Does Mahabrahma create the lives of those that join him in a new world? From wikipedia
During the Vivartakalpa, a deity from Abhassara plane is reborned in the Mahabrahma plane, as many living beings forget about their past life, this too happens with the Mahabrahma, and being unaware of the above planes of existence, he felt alone. He longs for the presence of others. After some times many other deities from the above planes were also reborn in those brahma planes, as his ministers and companions. Seeing this happens, he falsely believes himself to be their creator and other deities believed the same. This belief, state the Buddhist texts, is then shared by other deities. Eventually, however one of the deity dies and is reborn as human, practicing meditation,he got the power to remember his previous life. He teaches what he remembers from his previous life in lower heaven, that Mahabrahma is the Creator. It is this that leads to the human belief in Creator, according to the Pali Canon.
So, mahabrahamd does not create their sentience (which existed prior to this world cycle): but does he create their presence with him or their life?
I'm asking because I'm unsure whether there is truly no omnipotence in Buddism.