Reverence is a deep respect, awe and even fear of something. When religious we were taught to have a reverence for so much! We didn’t even know why! It was no more than superstition. The Trinity was one of those ideas that we were to have reverence for. But when you study the science it was nothing more than a way to express a formula for universal experiences.
Everybody knows and understands the concept of duality and polarity. It takes interaction of the polarities to produce the third thing or experience. The third thing is not physical, it’s abstract.
For example, a man and woman are polarities, or opposites, in the physical. Before anything happens between them they can experience desire. Desire is the abstract trinity produced from the polarity. The third “force” can’t be known directly you need its polar opposite.
It doesn’t have to be a romantic situation. Music could inspire a love for it. A canvas could inspire a painter to paint. Lebron James could inspire Kevin Durant to play his greatest game. The inspiration is the third aspect of these particular trinities. Polarity produces the trinity, ALWAYS! It reconciles duality (This makes for powerful life application).
What I just explained is the science behind an idea that we had reverence for in religion. The father, son, and the holy spirit are called the creative trinity. It’s a formula, not an aspect of the Godhead to be worshiped blindly.
The Trinity, in this case, is the masculine number three.
Understanding the idea you can now think of many trinities within your experience. It’s science. It is the basis of numerology that was founded in the Khemetic sciences.
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