phanero-, phaner-, -phane, -phan, -phanic, -phanous,
(Greek: to show; to make visible, to manifest, to open)
A reference to the visibility or appearance of God, or a deity, to a human.
theophany (s) (noun), theophanies (pl)
1. A visible (but not necessarily material) manifestation or appearance of a deity in a form that can be seen by a human: " A visible manifestation of God to humans; such as, the story of Moses at the burning bush, is called a theophany." 2. The temporal and spatial revelations of God or the divine in some tangible or physical form: "In Psalms (in the Old Testament of the Bible) and in prophetic texts the theophany is often so drastic as to overwhelm the human observer; because when God comes, since humans are sinful, often His purpose in coming is to punish."
theophilanthropism (s) (noun)
The love of or fondness for both God and man: "The philosophy of theophilanthropism was established during the French revolution as a new religion to replace Christianity and to be pure deism, which is based on a God who created the universe and then abandoned it, assuming no control over life, exerting no influence on natural phenomena, and providing no supernatural revelation."
Not transparent; not pellucid.