Good thread, S&F.
I have a similar line of thought when it comes to the Trinity, except I see it as the Father, Mother, and Son. I also believe that the Trinity
represents existence itself as well.
The Father is the Spirit, the part of ourselves that we do not see. It is the information giver, the part of us that sends thoughts and emotions. The
Father is actually the Holy Spirit as well, they just used it twice in order to remove the Mother aspect of God.
The Mother is Earth, the physical and material universe around us, it is the part that we can see. Our bodies and the world around us is the Bride
(Mother) of Christ (Father), not the church as Christianity wants us to believe, they are actually the whore of Babylon.
The Son is where both the Mother (Bride) and Father (Christ) meet or are "married". We are the Son, the receiver of the thoughts and feelings that
both the Mother and Father relay to us. We are the perceiver of the universe, we are the image of the invisible God (Colossians 1:15) as well, not
only Jesus. We are the "image" because the only thing we ever see is the image we possess, we are locked into our own unique perspective of the
Think of it like this: the Father is the painter, the Mother is the painting, and the Son is the canvas (image) in which the painter paints his
painting. In reality though, we are all three combined into One because we are physical (painting), spiritual (painter), and the image (canvas).
Or you could think of it as an infinite line of numbers, where the negative numbers (unseen) represent the Father, the positive numbers (seen)
represents the Mother, and zero (where the seen/unseen positive/negative meet) represents the Son. We are the middle point, where everything comes
We are the light of the world because our image (the only begotten Son/consciousness) lights up the world around us. We are the Son of God and we are
all One, hence "only begotten Son". Christianity has intentionally convoluted and placed what we ALL are onto one man in order to keep us from knowing
the truth, that we are ALL eternal beings and will never die because life will always go on. Death is only an illusion for those left
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