The Blessed Trinity

The Blessed Trinity (isosceles right triangle ABC)
made up of the Father (triangle CAF) standing
in front of a mirror (CF).
Photo: Cut The Knot
The Blessed Trinity is the fundamental unit of God made up of the three persons in God which are the three sides (or the three angles) of an isosceles right triangle.

The Blessed Trinity is itself the Word (the Holy Bible) made up of the two testaments: the Old Testament and the New Testament.

This means that the Word (the Holy Bible) is metaphysically an isosceles right triangle made up of two smaller isosceles right triangles. The first isosceles right triangle constituting the Word is the Old Testament and the second isosceles triangle is the New Testament.

The Old Testament is about the twelve tribes of Israel, the New Testament is about the twelve disciples of Jesus; therefore the first isosceles right triangle is the twelve tribes of Israel and the second isosceles right triangle is the twelve disciples of Jesus.

Let the Blessed Trinity be the isosceles right triangle ABC. Israel (the 12 Tribes) is triangle CAF, and Jesus (the 12 Disciples) is triangle CBF. The vertical line dividing the isosceles right triangle ABC into two congruent isosceles right triangles CAF and CBF is a mirror called the Holy Spirit.

Israel (CAF) is standing in front of a mirror, and the Church is mirror image of Israel. This means that the Christians constitute the image of the twelve tribes of Israel; and the God of the Christians is the image and likeness of the God of Israel.

Since the God of the Christians is the image of the God of Israel, there is only one God. Only the God of Israel is real; the God of the Christians is just a virtual image in a mirror. Saint Paul, while addressing the Christians, spoke about the image and the mirror:
What we see now is like a dim image in a mirror" (1 Corinthians 13:12) "GNT"
The God of Israel is the God of the Fathers: Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. He is the only God, and there is no other God.

Jesus came for the glory of the Fathers,
For i came down from heaven, not to do mine own will, but the will of him that sent me" (John 5:38) "KJV"
I = Jesus

I came down from heaven: Jesus came down from heaven

Him = God
Me = Jesus

The will of him that sent me: the will of God who sent me

God = 7 (the Seventh Day of Creation)

Therefore, the object (God) in front of the mirror is equal to 7. The object is 7, the image in the mirror is 7', and the mirror is 1.

God, His image, and the mirror constitute the Blessed Trinity. God is the Father (7), the image is the Son (7'), and the mirror is the Holy Spirit (1). This means that there is only one God in the Blessed Trinity, and His identity is 717'.

7 = God (the Father)
   = Object

7' = Jesus (the Son)
    = Image

1 = Holy Spirit (Reasoning)
   = Mirror

God is the isosceles right triangle CAF, Jesus (the image of God) is the isosceles right triangle CBF, and the Holy Spirit (the mirror) is the vertical line CF between triangle CAF and triangle CBF.

Therefore,

CAF = 7 (God)
CBF = 7' (Jesus)
CF = 1 (Reasoning)

717' is  י ה ו ה‬ (Yahweh).

Where,
 ה = 7 (God)
 י ה  = 7 (Jesus)
 1 = ו (Mirror)

This means that י ה ו ה‬ is the Hebrew Word for the Blessed Trinity.

By the end of the Babylonian exile (6th century BCE), the very existence of foreign gods was denied, and Yahweh was proclaimed as the creator of the cosmos and the true God of all the world. Wikipedia




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