Suppose there was a way to pull all the different theories together. Suppose that vile vortexes, god and/or the gods, space and time etc. could all fit into one grand idea.
The Masks of Odin by Elsa-Brita Titchenell
Odin - Odin, considered the chief god in Norse paganism, is closely connected with transformation/shape shifting into animal shapes. He is a god of wisdom, war, battle and death. He is also attested as being a god of magic, poetry, prophecy, victory and the hunt (wiki).
Remember my theory of old 4-toe being the Colossus of Rhodes, and that is supposed to have been built in honor of Helios?
Here's an excerpt from The Masks of Odin.
There is a suggestive connection between what myths call the "waters of space" -- basis of all existence and the common ground of universes -- and hydrogen (from the Greek hydor: water), when we remember that hydrogen is the simplest, lightest, and most abundant of the elements, and the one which enters into the composition of all known matter. The second arm of the trinity may be sought in the second element, helium, named for Helios, the sun, where it was first discovered. A connection may also be found between fire and the element oxygen which chemically combines with other elements in combustion. One aspect of the divine fire is Mundilfore, the "lever" or "axis" which turns the "wheels" of galaxies, suns, planets, or atoms. It is the power which initiates rotatory and translatory motion, creating vortices, dynamic entities in the waters of space.