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YahuahYahweh is a formidable, all-knowing, all-loving and yet, at times, extremely jealous God. This God can do things that even the most advanced of heroes are not capable of comprehending. YahuahYahweh exists outside of time where all things are cyclical as opposed to linear. Y-2-Yah as "He" is oftened called for short has a propensity for watching over the hero "The1stAtom" and loves to meddle in "Atom's" everyday mundane affairs sometimes to the point of " Atom's" exhaustion. But alas, it is all done with the greatest of love at its core.
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YahuahYahweh is a formidable, all-knowing, all-loving and yet, at times, extremely jealous God. This God can do things that even the most advanced of heroes are not capable of comprehending. YahuahYahweh exists outside of time where all things are cyclical as opposed to linear. Y-2-Yah as "He" is often called for short has a propensity for watching over the hero "The1stAtom" and loves to meddle in "Atom's" everyday mundane affairs often times to the point of "Atom's" exhaustion. But alas, it is all done in the name of a love so great mere mortals are not even capable of beginning to comprehend it's motivations, much less it's ultimate outcomes.

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YahuahYahweh is a formidable, all-knowing, all-loving and yet, at times, extremely jealous God. This God can do things that even the most advanced of heroes are not capable of comprehending. YahuahYahweh exists outside of time where all things are cyclical as opposed to linear. Y-2-Yah as "He" is often called for short has a propensity for watching over the hero "The1stAtom" and loves to meddle in "Atom's" everyday mundane affairs often times to the point of "Atom's" exhaustion. But alas, it is all done in the name of a love so great mere mortals are not even capable of beginning to comprehend it's motivations, much less it's ultimate outcomes.