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Dao: the Father and the Son

Dao is a word describing the two black holes inside the Tao. The name Dao does not take into consideration the external circle enclosing the two black holes.

Since the two black holes are two out of the three persons of the Blessed Trinity, Dao is the Father and the Son. The first black hole is the Father, the second black hole is the Son.
God is the Father, and Jesus is the Son on the right hand of the Father:
Who, then, will condemn them? Not Christ Jesus, who died, or rather, who was raised to life and is at the right side of God, pleading with him for us! (Romans 8:34) “GNT”
Therefore, the Dao is made up of the Father (God) on the left and the Son on the right hand side of the Father.
Recall that one of the two black holes is the object and the other is its image. Jesus is the image of the Father (God).
He is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn over all creation. (Colossians 1:15) “NKJV”
Jesus, a human, is the image of God because mankind is the image of God.
God created mankind in his own image (Genesis 1:27) “NKJV”
In reality, there is only one person: the Father. The Father is the Object and the Son is the image of the object when the object is placed in front of a mirror. This brings us to the prefix mono-.
The prefix mono- means one, only or single.
Since the Father is one person, and one is mono-, the one person is Mao.
  • Tao = 3 Persons
  • Dao = 2 Persons
  • Mao = 1 Person
Therefore,
Mao = the Father
Applying this to China, who is the Father of the People’s Republic of China? The answer is Mao! The Chinese will understand the Holy Bible better from this perspective than when we try to make them practice Church Doctrines and obey Church rules.
We are speaking the language of the Chinese; we are speaking in tongues. The tongue is the Dao.
The prefix Di- means 2. Therefore, D in the word Dao implies 2: the two persons called the Father and the Son.

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