This is a riddle worded as a historical excerpt for the sake of the decipherer's entertainment.
Excerpt from the journal of Aulete of Hal-Saflieni, chronicler of the gods:
One curious case is that of the goddess of the high and the deep. After the culture's patriarch god created the universe, it seems that the new universe in turn created this diety itself. Angered that his creations made their own god, the patriarch refuses to allow her into the heavens. Unable to ascend, she is said to reside in the worship houses of sky, earth, and sea. The goddess of all cathedrals, all temples, and all mosques, songs to every diety are sung to her glory first. Her magical cloak makes her invisible, hidden from the creator, but practitioners insist that even the most faithless believe in her.
Intense study will follow, but with caution. The elders say that those who worship too intensely can diminish their connection to the goddess permanently. In some extreme cases, severe pain and disorientation have occurred.
Aulete died without ever elaborating on the subject. Archeologists haven't found anything either. Can you figure out the name of the goddess for the sake of preserving history and prove conclusively to the archeological community that you're correct?