Tibetan Buddhism speaks about the journey into the truth of existence, wherein wrathful deities are encountered, fearful aspects of emptiness. They are a necessary aspect of the journey, like a tunnel.
These wrathful deities are known as the anger of God, his monotheistic mania in other religions. Sometimes Samael, the Demiurge and his hosts.
The problem with the religions is they tend to do one of the following to these hosts: deify them, render them a unity, fear them, obey them, fear them, consider them satanic, reject them, or turn them into a duality of good/evil, or a multiplicity of holy names, each balancing the other in modality.
When the point is obvious: these deities are you, your voices, your good, your evil. In motion, back to the womb. And what are you? Emptiness in motion, emptiness reading itself, the perturbation folding in upon itself. In motion, back to genesis.
So when the Gnostics tell their genesis stories: each word is a tunnel, a wrathful deity, a copulating totem, wormholes to be travelled through, emptiness as God.