Demiurge. I've seen it twice in the past fifteen minutes in two separate readings (one, NYTimes Book Review section and two, an article on translation by Rosmarie Waldrop -- neither of which are terribly fine reads).
Demiurge means what? According to the dictionary, a demiurge is a deity who fashions the world out of chaos (thank you, Plato) -- or is a Greek public magistrate. Your choice. I, personally, like "a powerful creative force or personality." The fundamental meaning of the word "creative." Not little creation but the big one: Creation. Order out of chaos. I like that. Demiurge.