A Deity is considered to be a God or a supernatural being that is seen as Divine or Sacred. Deities can also be in the representation of Goddesses.
A Deity essentially represents a force, type of spiritual nature, state of being, or personality trait of of a God or Goddess.
You can have a Deity that is personally created as well as personally experienced. There are Deities that can be personally experienced but not personally created by the person that is experiencing them.
There are Deities that are pre-personal, which means that they existed before they were personally experienced, or that they are outside of being able to be personally experienced.
There are Deities that are also super-personal which means that they are above and beyond the ability to be experienced personally in this dimension and they were not created by the person that is experiencing them.
GOD the Ultimate Mother Father Prime Source Creator in the form of a Deity is considered to be a super-personal Deity.
GOD can be experienced on all levels of Deity. However, the true form of GOD cannot be experienced through personal means, that is, the original form of GOD, which is the center of existence, and the beginning form of GOD before anything else existed besides GOD.
We experience GOD in its myriad of different forms, but we don't experience GOD in this Earth Dimension in its original form. This is because in order to experience GOD in its original form, you must merge with and be one with GOD in its original form. Basically speaking, you must go back to the origin point of existence, what some know as Paradise or The Isle of Paradise.
A Deity is a personal representation of how a person chooses to represent the essence, state of being, force behind, force of, or nature of the Divine being that they know to be a God, Goddess, or GOD.
Some of the most commonly known Deities are the Egyptian, African, Greek, Hindu and Asian Deities. But Deities have been used all over the world in thousands of cultures since the ancient times of this Earth Realm.