Either things need to be tested to qualify as supernatural. Or they can simply be defined as being supernatural.
We know that Voldermort, Thor, demons etc. etc. are supernatural because we have defined them as being 'unexplainable by natural law'. We have in effect defined them as being "magical".
Your insistence that GOD (and GOD alone) qualifies as supernatural is just another example of your self-serving definitions. It is a way of special pleading the object of your own belief as supernatural by definition, whilst insisting that everything else needs to be tested.
If you can present some evidence of anything that really is supernatural then we can test your assertion to see if it holds up to examination.
Have you tested GOD?
What I have said is "GOD, if GOD exists, will be supernatural."
And I have asked how you know this? Are you just asserting your irrational beliefs as facts again?
You believe that GOD, and GOD alone, is genuinely supernatural.
No, once again that is not what I believe.
I will try once again to explain my position to you.
I agree that many people believe many things are supernatural, but I also see no way while I am simply a human living in this natural world to actually determine if something really is supernatural.
A GOD, if a GOD exists, would really be supernatural.
Other things might also really be supernatural.
We can test many asserted supernatural things and find out they are NOT supernatural.
Voldemort is a character in a fiction series, so we know that Voldemort is not really supernatural.
Many folk thought thunder and lightning supernatural but we now know they are not, they are just natural.
As a human though when I test things I either place them in a category of "I know they are natural" or "unknown".
I do not know of anything where I can say "That is really supernatural".
So far every God(s) or god(s) examined are creations of the human imagination.
The reason I have a high degree of confidence in that statement is that (as pointed out above) I see no way to even describe what true supernatural is. I can point out things it isn't (it is not natural), but I can't say what it really is.
All my experience, all the tools at my disposal, are natural. They are designed to detect natural. They follow natural rules and laws.
I do believe GOD exists.
But I cannot say anything about what GOD is. God, if GOD exists, really would be supernatural but since I have no idea what "supernatural" really is or any way to definitely test something that was supernatural or even define what supernatural really is, there is little I can say beyond stating my beliefs.
However, as a human, I also label things. As a theist, I worship a God, in my case the Christian God. I understand that is simply a label, not the object itself; it is a placeholder, a caricature, a map, a guide, a symbol.
The other God(s) or god(s) are also placeholders, symbols, caricatures, guides, maps, labels created to allow communication, discussion, guidance, direction, introspection, contemplation.
I also understand that I might be wrong and GOD might not exist, that there might really be nothing that is supernatural.
It really is that simple.
Anyone so limited that they can only spell a word one way is severely handicapped!