deification[ dee-uh-fi-key-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF deification
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEIFICATION
Which was the more worthy of deification—the yoni, or the phallus?
This knowledge is a supernatural gift, which (in the Poimandres) confers ‘deification’.
From this view of the dead to the deification of the latter is but a short step.
It is absurd to quarrel with Milton's deification of the Judaic Jehovah.
But a fearful Nemesis follows the deification and adoration of them.
One has heard of deification, but what on earth does gourdification mean?
On the other hand, the result of the transformation in Hermes is deification.
The deification of heroes changed into the canonization of saints.
Again (p. 351), 'Totemism' (as opposed to fetichism), 'is a deification of classes.'
The deification of the wind as soul or breath is common to many mythologies.