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Tao is the Blessed Trinity

The Blessed Trinity


Tao (the Holy Spirit) is the third person of the Blessed Trinity. The other two persons are contained in the Holy Spirit, such that the Tao, though is one person, is the sum of the other two persons. The Tao is equal to three persons because the outer person is made up of an inner two persons. The two persons in the third person constitute the Dao.

The Blessed Trinity is the Circumbinary Disk, and the other two persons of the Blessed Trinity are the two binary black holes inside the Tao. The first binary black hole is the Father, the second binary black hole is the Son, and the Tao is the Holy Spirit.

T in the word Tao is the first letter of the prefix Tri-. Tri means three (3).
Examples of usage of the prefix Tri- are as follows:
  1. Trioxide: a trioxide is a compound with three oxygen atoms.
  2. Trimester: a period of three months.
  3. Triad:a group or set of three related people or things.
The Trinity is made up of three persons called the Blessed Trinity, and the Blessed Trinity is equal to the Tao.

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