Divinity riding on clouds
A common theme that depicts the power of a god as one riding on a cloud. This is often connected to gods of rain and storms.
Key passages
2 Sa 22:10–11

He bowed the heavens and came down; a very thick cloud was under his feet. He rode upon a cherub and flew; he was seen on the wings of the wind.

Ps 18:9–14

So he bowed the heavens and came down with a thick cloud under his feet. And he mounted a cherub and flew, and he swooped down on wings of wind. He made darkness his hiding place; all about him his covering was a darkness of waters, thick clouds. From the brightness before him …

Ps 68:4

Sing to God, sing praises to his name. Lift up a song to the rider on the clouds—his name is Yah— and rejoice before him.

Ps 68:33

to the one who rides in the highest heavens of old. See, he gives forth his voice, a mighty voice.

Ps 104:3

the one who sets beams in the waters for his upper chambers, who makes clouds his chariot, who rides on the wings of the wind,