They are just new from my brain’s train of thoughts (which sometimes, more often than not, go off on a side-track, and even derail altogether. You will be notified (or not) of an ensuing derailment, and precautions should then be taken. I will not be held responsible for lost articles, particles, nouns, pronouns, adjective, misspellings, misinterpretations, etc. That, hereby being said, I shall proceed.)"
Consideration #first- Seems humans have a need for believing in something greater than themselves. Actually, few now a days believe in (what we refer to as) nature. And it IS greater than us. The Earth itself. It is our foundation. We can see the devastation it can cause, and which we have no control over. Storms, eruptions, quakes, tsunamis, ice ages, mass extinctions, and so on. But that is not my point. Most fear, worship, and beseech ‘gods’ (sort of parental images, generally, and not totally unlike different forms of human government and most religious orders.)
Here comes the actual consideration- should, say, an alien decided to land on earth, I wonder, if he appeared as an old man, with a long white beard (no, not Santa or Gandalf) and flowing robes, announced he was God, would he be accepted as such, or would we still either kill him outright, or some government facility would take him into custody, ‘interrogate’ him (wonder if they’d use the Bible as a questioning tool.... ‘How many days did it take you to create the heavens and earth?’, ‘How many of each species did Noah take aboard the Ark?’ ‘What was the name of your son?’ and such) and then hush it all up (the gov), and say it was just an odd weather balloon.
This could also work in other areas of the world as Allah, Buddha, Vishnu, etc.
Welp, that was my consideration for the day. The first consideration in what may, or may not be more. Depends on stuff and things (as you can plainly see, I’m quite fond of stuff and things, both those with infinite possibilities, as well as some omni-nots :)