Pretty sure he means that items/abilities and such often have "God" as a prefix to indicate a certain level of efficacy.
An item that increases your firepower could be "God Power".
I honestly don't know. Well that's what comes to mind immediately. It's more like my reason isn't completely solid. It comes down to my characters mom dying, getting a robot body, then getting a biological body that contains recessive "god genes". That combined with the experimentation makes her weird.
Still trying figure out how to give myself some sort of Dragon power.
Getting draconic powers should be relatively simple considering the amount of races/feats/items/classes/etc based on the notion that you channel dragon powers. Being a dragon/half-dragon/dragonborn/similar is simple enough. Depends on your concept and what you're trying to accomplish.
As for being a God, I reckon that the setting does have deities though not as present as they usually are in DnD. No epic gods around or some such so it should be fine but that template does depend entirely on the character being worshiped. Merely hereditary godhood isn't covered.