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I thought he might be from our world as well. However, he didn't recognise young ben or call Earth by its proper name. So that's omniscience out. He could just obtain one of Ben's old shirts, he needed to be given it (ignore that he could have taken it by lasers). So thats omnipotence out. And he used camera's to see it from Andromeda. That's omnipresence out. So he is not a god and therefore it is unlikely he is a personification of someone from our world. Unless, of course, they limited themselves in ability like Derrik did. Just my two-cents.
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I thought he might be from our world as well. However, he didn't recognise young ben or call Earth by its proper name. So that's omniscience out. He could just obtain one of Ben's old shirts, he needed to be given it (ignore that he could have taken it by lasers). So thats omnipotence out. And he used camera's to see Earth from Andromeda. That's omnipresence out. So he is not a god and therefore it is unlikely he is a personification of someone from our world. Unless, of course, they limited themselves in ability like Derrik did. Just my two-cents.

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I thought he might be from our world as well. However, he didn't recognise young ben or call Earth by its proper name. So that's omniscience out. He could just obtain one of Ben's old shirts, he needed to be given it (ignore that he could have taken it by lasers). So thats omnipotence out. And he used camera's to see Earth from Andromeda. That's omnipresence out. So he is not a god and therefore it is unlikely he is a personification of someone from our world. Unless, of course, they limited themselves in ability like Derrik did. Just my two-cents.

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