I could suggest fairies, a game between Loki and Pan, or even luck as possible explanations for the Universe
This is way off track Thundril. The best explanatory hypothesis is the one whose negation involves the greatest contradiction
. Re. "luck", I thought we'd already agreed that probability has no causal power; re. fairies, Loki and Pan, the idea that they could create a universe involves no contradiction whatsoever in its denial because, unlike the God hypothesis, the fictional character hypothesis attributes to them no such causal power.
Sure you can say "well God is a figment of the imagination", but the point is that God wouldn't then be an explanatory hypothesis. So are you serious about finding an explanation or not? If not, okay, well then the universe "just is", and you've got to accept, without complaint, that everything is ultimately an enigma, including yourself, love, beauty, truth, goodness etc