This article is about the deity worshiped by the Order. For the enemies representing this figure, see Alessa's Dream, The god, Incubator or Incubus. For this being in the comic universe, see Samael (comics).

God is the mysterious sun goddess worshiped among many members of the Order and has played a significantly antagonistic role throughout the Silent Hill series. She is often mentioned in the games revolving around religion, rather than games such as Silent Hill 2 and Silent Hill: Downpour.

She may be responsible for giving Alessa Gillespie her supernatural powers, as well as watching over the town of Silent Hill, Maine and influencing the area with supernatural properties, however, it is a mystery to how far God's role extends, and if She truly exists. James Sunderland in Silent Hill 2 mentions that the old gods of the town have not left the place and they still grant power to those who venerate them. It is unclear if he is including the Order's central deity as well.

God is often represented as an orange-haired woman draped in red robes. Despite the fact that God could be a possible reference to Christianity, or general religious institutions (She is often given titles of reverence to apply as such "God" and "Lord"), She is not the deity of any real-world religions.

The goals of many of the series' antagonists revolve around initiating Her rebirth, hoping to bring about the Apocalypse, and through the destruction of humanity, a promised Paradise. She is the central deity of the Holy Woman sect.

Names

God is also known as the Creator of Paradise, Lord of Serpents and Reeds, the Holy Mother and Samael.

There is a document in Silent Hill: Origins referring to the Order's god as Samael. The Order is never explicitly seen calling the god that (apart from Dahlia vaguely referencing the Mark of Samael, or Seal of Metatron as it truly is), but it's speculated that this document in Origins was written by an outsider. According to a memo in Silent Hill 3, opposers of the cult, and other outside groups gave Order gods various names not used by the Order, itself. It claims that the God of the Order was given a name of a demon - this demon could be Samael, also known as the Incubus. In context, it would make sense that Dahlia would refer to her own God as Samael in the first game (and also appear in a Christian church) because she wants to fool Harry Mason into believing she is not a cultist.

There is also a possibility that God's name is "Kwekwaxawe" ("The Raven" or "Raven") - see the Trivia.

Myth

The Order's paintings of God.

Presented in Silent Hill 3, these myths help establish backstory for God. They can also be heard in "Sun", track 22 from the game's soundtrack.

Birth and creations

According to the Order's beliefs, and unlike the Genesis account of creation and other stories from religion where a deity creates humanity, humanity apparently existed before God. Here, people knew nothing but pain and hatred.

Seeking salvation from the world around him, a man offered a prayer and a serpent to the sun (the serpent possibly being a reference to the fall of man). A woman, offering prayer and a reed to the sun, asked for joy. Taking pity on a world consumed by sadness, the pleas of these two people breathed life into God, and from them, She was born.

The world, as it was then, had no understanding of linear time. So, the first thing God did was establish a linear, measurable time, separating it into day and night. After this, She outlined to humanity the road to salvation and gave the world joy. Since people weren't able to die, God took away their immortality. The reason for this was so people could know the freedom and liberation that comes from death.

Lesser gods and angels

God and Her attending angels.

There came a time when God believed she needed assistance in holding authority over humanity. To accomplish this end, she was said to have created many lesser gods and angels. Among them were:

  • Lobsel Vith, referred to as the Yellow God in the Myth 4: Creation text, was said to have been created by God as an assistant to her. Little canonical information exists on Lobsel Vith, though it has been theorized that it may be Valtiel or an entity alike. Lobsel Vith means "Bad Vessel of Flesh" or "Bad Cycle of Flesh" in Mayan.
  • Xuchilbara, called the Red God, is mentioned in the same text. As with Lobsel Vith, no concrete evidence exists that can tie Xuchilbara to an established figure in the Silent Hill mythos, though it is theorized to be Alessa's Dream. It has also been confirmed that Xuchilbara is not Pyramid Head.[1] Xuchilbara means "flower spear" in Aztec, and in the Aztec culture, flowers are seen as symbols of rebirth and resurrection, while a spear has violent connotations.
  • Xuchilpaba is mentioned in Book: "Lost Memories" in Silent Hill 2: Born from a Wish. Xuchilpaba also remains a mystery. The relation between Xuchilpaba and Xuchilbara is unknown. It is implied Xuchilpaba governs a ritual which can resurrect the dead.

Valtiel, an "angel" of God, in Silent Hill 3.

  • Valtiel, often times cited as the closest being to God, is another being created by God. His role appears to be one of protection, as seen through his constant vigil over Heather Mason in Silent Hill 3 when he drags her body away after she dies in the Otherworld to revive her. However, he may simply be protecting the growing god she carries with no real concern for Heather's welfare. Taking the Sect of Valtiel into consideration, it would seem he is also worshiped, and the town's early executioners modeled their attire after Valtiel's. The name "Valtiel" is also derived from the word "valet", which denotes Valtiel's position as the caretaker or attendant to God. Taking the previous three into account, it is possible they are all Valtiel or aspects of Valtiel. In Silent Hill 3, he appears with a yellow head, though Pyramid Head and the executioners of his cult are both inspired by his appearance and don red masks. Finally, if one takes the implications of his actions in 3 to the fullest, then he appears altogether capable of resurrecting the dead.

Paradise and death

With Her creation of the world completed, God set about creating a place where people would be eternally satisfied. With its creation, though, God's strength was used up and She collapsed. With Her last breath, She promised She would come again. She is then said to have "returned to the dust".

The Crimson Ceremony

The Crimson Ceremony.

The Crimson Ceremony, an item from Silent Hill 2 required to achieve the "Rebirth" ending, is a work written as though spoken by a figure who holds itself to be of some importance. The speaker is never identified beyond the moniker of The Crimson One, though the usage of the text in such a manner as implied by the Rebirth ending seems to indicate that it comes from a source of divinity with power over life, death, and rebirth.

It is possible that the Crimson One is the God of the Order.

Xuchilbara, the Red God, might be the deity speaking through these scriptures, with "The Crimson One" being one of the deity's alternate names.

Valtiel, if he is not Xuchilbara or the Yellow God Lobsel Vith, could also be a likely candidate for the real identity of the "Crimson One", since he has been noted to have sway over rebirth; Valtiel has been seen to symbolically display this authority over rebirth through the turning of valves.

The deity that James Sunderland seems to want to conjure during the enactment of this ritual is therefore left to speculation, with no one single god or powerful being singled out as the one whose power is necessary to revive Mary Shepherd-Sunderland.

Resurrection

The people of the Holy Woman sect believed God would appear again one day, and as such, members of the Order have attempted to hasten her arrival; notable attempts are summarized below.

Dahlia Gillespie

Alessa burned in the fire.

By performing an unknown ritual in her own house, Dahlia caused her daughter, Alessa Gillespie, to be impregnated with God. Before the ritual could be completed, Alessa's soul fractured, ruining Dahlia's scheme. Alessa, although a child, was nevertheless slightly aware of her mother's dastardly agenda and deliberately severed her soul. This missing piece of Alessa manifested itself as Cheryl as a baby on a highway outside the town.

Before completion, the ritual was interrupted by Travis Grady, and Alessa was left severely burnt and disfigured, but nevertheless she inexplicably survived as a side effect of some combination of the ritual, the god in her womb, and/ or yet another Order-performed incantation. Travis made a hasty attempt to get what should have been a terminally burnt child to Alchemilla Hospital. Desperate to have her daughter made whole so the ritual could be concluded, Dahlia cast a spell that would in time draw back the missing half (Cheryl) to Silent Hill via the child's mysterious will.

Dahlia transforms Alessa/Cheryl into the Incubator for God.

When the two halves of Alessa and Cheryl were made whole seven years later, God's manifestation as either Incubator or Incubus was briefly brought into existence, this creature being terminated soon after by Harry Mason.

Claudia Wolf

At the end of Silent Hill, Alessa, as the Incubator, gives Harry a baby. The Order attempted to kidnap the baby, who is later revealed to be a reincarnation of Alessa, and continue the ritual. However, Harry fought back and killed the cult member that attempted this, as mentioned in Silent Hill 3. Harry and the child went into hiding, renaming the little girl Heather Mason and dyed her hair blonde.

The fetus of "God" that Heather dispelled.

Seventeen years later, during Silent Hill 3, Heather was made to realize by a priestess of the Order, Claudia Wolf, who attempted to nurture God using hatred, that she still carried God within her. Heather used Aglaophotis to expel God. As a result, she vomited God as a blackened fetus, but Claudia ingested God's fetus and violently birthed God herself. Heather defeated the physical manifestation of God, just as her father Harry did seventeen years ago.

Walter Sullivan

Another ritual, the 21 Sacraments, was a secondary protocol in case Dahlia's plan failed. Dahlia told Walter Sullivan as a child about the ritual of the 21 Sacraments. He planned on using the ritual to bring his mother back to life, which may mean that Dahlia could have lied about the ritual so that Walter would carry it out. A hypothesis is that if Walter did carry out the ritual, his mother would not have been brought back to life and Dahlia's plan would have worked. Henry Townshend defeated Walter during the events of Silent Hill 4: The Room, preventing his and Eileen Galvin's death, and ending the ritual in the process. Eileen, "The Mother Reborn", may have been the planned carrier for God as a replacement for Alessa/Heather, but what "The Mother Reborn" means is left vague.

Nature of God

Although God plays a substantial role in the Order's true endgames, it is unclear as to what exactly the nature of "God" is, and as to how She's connected with the significantly supernatural occurrences and phenomena of Silent Hill. God might possibly be seen as a symbol for the mysterious force that inhabits the world and is responsible for the horrific events throughout the series. God's creations, actions, and desires are more suggestive of a demon and/or malevolent dark goddess rather than a truly benevolent ruler of light. Nevertheless, she does indeed possess some form of power over light literally, as in photokinesis, as evidenced through the Incubator.

Physical manifestations

When a physical manifestation of God is presented, She acts like an almighty monster, rather than a truly omnipotent deity. It is possible, considering the malevolent nature of the Order, that God is actually a devastatingly powerful kind of creature that the cult worships, and is merely represented as a human (in this case, a female form) to make it seem less hostile and threatening. This is supported by the fact that Valtiel, depicted as a monster, is worshipped by the Order as one of God's "angels".

God as the "Devil"

One extremely alarming, unnerving and disturbing part of Silent Hill 3 in particular is an exchange of dialog between Vincent and Heather in which he admits "God" could even be perceived as the "Devil":

Vincent: "It's not uncommon for people to worship the same god and still disagree."
Heather: "'God'? Are you sure you don't mean 'Devil'?"
Vincent: "Whichever you like."

In Silent Hill 4, the Crimson Tome also implies that "God" or the "Holy Mother" is in fact the "Devil".

God and Her followers

God's followers lamenting Her death.

Through the course of the Silent Hill series, God, as a being, is rarely explored in depth. Rather, players are shown the Order acting in Her stead, following what they consider to be Her commands. Through their actions, God is portrayed as a strict being, demanding unwavering faith and devotion from Her servants, as well as various forms of sacrifices. In exchange, She seems to grant her followers rather bizarre powers, an example of which is Claudia Wolf and her ability to conjure shifts between worlds.

By examining The Crimson Ceremony, if that work can indeed be attributed to God, She is painted not only as strict, but vengeful as well, promising wrath and bitter vengeance, presumably on those who fail to heed Her call.

Another possibility is that God is in fact a construct of the combined beliefs and perceptions of the people involved, much like the monsters may be as well. Should that be the case, then it may be that there are no actual supernatural beings influencing the town, but rather an inexplicable phenomenon which merges reality with the subconscious thoughts of human beings. This could possibly explain why God appears as a creature which is as vulnerable to physical damage as most other monsters.

Benevolence vs malevolence

God's nature as a benevolent deity is often called into question. Far from being merciful, God's behaviors and actions are often violent and inhumane, exemplified by Her interests in torturing lost souls and punishing those whom She believes require it. She appears to be much more closely related to the common definition of a demon rather than a god. In Silent Hill 3, Heather even asks Vincent Smith if God could be considered the devil, to which he responds, "Whichever you like." God seems to feed on suffering, as all of Her rituals and birthing sacraments focus around both physical and mental agony. It often seems that God has little interest in preserving members of the Order unfortunate enough to be caught in the Otherworld, given the fact that members exhibit a fear of it and the mangled bodies of Order members are not an uncommon sight. God's omnipotence may also be questioned, as all of Her incarnations act no different from the other creatures that inhabit the Otherworld.

God curses Shepherd's Glen by enveloping the town in fog and summoning monsters.

In Silent Hill: Homecoming, God is presented as a malicious being. 150 years ago, the founders of Shepherd's Glen sought to separate themselves from the Order for reasons unknown. Fearing retribution from God, however, those four families entered into a pact with their divine patron, the Order's deity. In exchange for the life of one child from each of the four families every fifty years, they and their new home would be spared from Her wrath. When Alex Shepherd inadvertently drowns and kills Joshua Shepherd, the pact is broken and Shepherd's Glen becomes entwined with both the Fog World and the Otherworld, as part of Her wrath to the now "damned" town.

Prayer to God

God in the Order's stained glass.

In Silent Hill 3, a prayer to God is mentioned:

"Stained by the evils of this world,
we hold our sorrows within us.
Only you can heal us these wounds.
Each morning, afternoon, evening
and night, we call out your name
and pray for the day of the
Miraculous Descent.
I give to you unreservedly
my body and my eternal soul.
Whatever darkness may befall me,
I will endure with you beside me.
As proof of your miraculous power,
guide our obedient and willing souls
to the Road of Paradise, oh, Lord.
We will not give in to the power of
temptation as long as we have you
in our hearts.
Oh, Lord,
save us with your compassion.
Oh, Lord,
shower us with your blessings.
Oh, Lord,
favor us with your abundance."

Influence of real-world religions

No single religion can be listed as an influence for the Order's deity, and, by proxy, the Order's teachings and rituals themselves also have multiple influences. Hiroyuki Owaku cites the origins of Christianity, Japanese folklore and Aztec rituals as inspirations for the faith as detailed in the series.[2] The faith also bears a striking resemblance to occultism, demonic and Satanic worships.

Notably, a distinguishing trait sets the Order apart from other religions, in regards to its mythology. The Order proposes that humans had a history, if a jumbled, non-linear one, before God came into being, and that God only came into existence with the help of humans. This is contrary to every mainstream religion, in which the reverse is true. This may mean that the God in Silent Hill was artificially a human-made rather than an actual deity.

Unlike the majority of monotheistic religions, God is explicitly given a gender, being referred to as female and never called "goddess". The name "God", in English, is masculine, and this leaves room for the possibility that God may be intersex, especially when Its various incarnations are considered, such as the Incubus.

Trivia

Easter egg showing a painting of God found in the chapel in Metal Gear Solid 3.

Easter egg showing a painting of God found in the chapel in Metal Gear Solid 3.

  • Among the various documents that are found in the chapters of the series, there is one present in Silent Hill: Downpour entitled Early Residents: The First People. There it is written that anthropologists had discovered and found some artifacts that belonged to a tribe of Native Americans who once lived and made a home in Silent Hill, in an area near the Devil's Pit. The remains found were used for ceremonial rituals held in Silent Hill for the deity called "Kwekwaxawe" ("The Raven" or "Raven"). This could be the original name of Silent Hill's god, and it is demonstrated and revealed that the tribe who called the region "The Place of Silenced Spirits" before it was later renamed "Silent Hill" were known as the Kwekwaxawe Kanesda ("Nest of the Raven").
  • God is mentioned in Silent Hill: Book of Memories in the Ivory Testament memo. In addition, the Book of Memories is said to be imbued with God's will which is apparently why the book can alter reality.
  • Two paintings of God, along with Alessa, can be found in Metal Gear Solid 3.
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