In Thus Spoke Zarathustra, Nietzsche describes the Ubermensch as a master of “this-worldliness,” a natural aristocrat who denies spiritual redemption in favor for accomplishments in this life.
As a Deitist we do not seek spiritual redemption. We seek spiritualism in creativity, Art, and Architecture. We view the architecture of the classical world as the epitome of beauty and the mastering of a trade. We seek spiritualism in our craft and perfecting it and producing something we can put our emotions and will into.