The circle represents the attainment of godhood—victory over death through regeneration.
There is in it no account of miracles or of great pretensions to godhood and the like.
Meanwhile, let us not forget that godhood means to Wagner infirmity and compromise, and manhood strength and integrity.
But this very individuality and peculiarity can only be founded on the broadest truths of the godhood and the manhood.
And the vital test of godhood he failed to meet: It is his own test, whereby he disproves his godship out of his own mouth.
Even in the case of a hero so surrounded with historic light as Cuculain we find a halo, as of godhood, often settling around him.
An effete world; wherein Wonder, Greatness, godhood could not now dwell;—in one word, a godless world!
The important thing was that his godhood had been grossly, unbelievably insulted—and at a damned inconvenient time, too!
Knowledge was godhood; godhood was knowledge, of the essence; the essence was knowing understanding.
At last she seeks, like the serpent in Paradise, to allure him with the promise that in her arms he will attain to godhood.