A circle is a "ring of light" (a Halo) whose area is π r² and whose circumference is 2πr; where r is the radius of the circle. In Hinduism, the circle is called Mandala; in Christianity, it is the eternal light called glory.

"When the LORD shall build up Zion, he shall appear in his glory" (Psalm 102:16)

The Father is the Y-Axis of the right angle. This means that the Father is the vertical line drawn from the source (zero) to the top of the circle. Therefore the Father appearing in his glory is represented by a circle and it's radius (r).

Circle = Glory Radius = Father (Y-Axis)

Consequently, we compute the magnitude of the Father whenever we calculate the radius of the circle. The magnitude of the Father is variable, depending on the size of the radius of the circle.

The magnitude of the Father at an instant is 5cm if the radius of the circle is equal to 5cm. Though the size of the Father may var…

"When the LORD shall build up Zion, he shall appear in his glory" (Psalm 102:16)

**Zion:**the new Jerusalem**He:**the Father**Glory:**Circle (Halo)The Father is the Y-Axis of the right angle. This means that the Father is the vertical line drawn from the source (zero) to the top of the circle. Therefore the Father appearing in his glory is represented by a circle and it's radius (r).

Circle = Glory Radius = Father (Y-Axis)

Consequently, we compute the magnitude of the Father whenever we calculate the radius of the circle. The magnitude of the Father is variable, depending on the size of the radius of the circle.

The magnitude of the Father at an instant is 5cm if the radius of the circle is equal to 5cm. Though the size of the Father may var…