The Trinity is a right-angled triangle, with the Cross located at the right angle – H. The other two angles of the right- angle triangle are 45˚ respectively.
Y = 45˚
W = 45˚
The sum of the angles of the Trinity triangle is equal to 180˚.
Y + H + W = 180˚ ………………………. (Sum of angles of a triangle)
45˚ + 90˚ + 45˚ = 180˚
H, where the Cross is found, is the God-head or the Father. Y is the right hand side of the Father, and W is the left hand side of the Father. Therefore H is the Father, Y is the Son, and W is the Holy Spirit.
So, from the diagram above, we can appreciate how the Son Y was seated at the right hand side of the Father, and how the person of the Holy Spirit W is located at the left hand side of the Father.
The Blessed Trinity was created from the Cross when the two wings – H’ = 5 and H = 2 – unite to form a perfect wing 7.
H = Wing 2
H’ = Wing 5
H + H’ = 2 + 5
From the diagram above,
Mirror = Line YW
Y = 7
W = 7
Y = 7 means that the identity or magnitude of Y is equal to 7, and W = 7 means that the identity or magnitude of W is equal to 7. Therefore the identity or magnitude of YW is the average sum of the identity or magnitude of Y and W.
Sum of Y and W = 7 + 7
Average sum of Y and W = 14/2
Therefore, YW = 7.
This arrangement confirms that the Cross is comprised of an object in front of a mirror. The object is H; and the Mirror is YW = 7.
The image H’ is visible when the object H is placed in front of the Mirror 7 (YW). H’ is not real.
H = Object
H’ = Image
The arrangement of the object H and its image H’, with the mirror 7 between, is in the order H7H’.
H7H’ is equal to יהוה
H represents the one and only God or the one Word, and H’ is the image of God or the reflection of the one Word. In other words, there is only one God known as God the Father – represented by H.
The creation of H7H’ from the Cross proves that YHWH’ or YAHWEH’ is JEHOVAH’ - יהוה.
Though there is only one image H’ of the one and only God the Father H; the image of the Father was reflected twice. The Father H and his image H’ are described as God the Father and God the Son.
H = Father
H’ = Son
The two times the image of the Father was reflected are represented by Y and W respectively. This means that,
H’ = Son = Y and W
Y = Son = First image of the Father
W = Son = Second image of the Father
YW is a single line which is equal to one image H’. The mirror YW is equal to the image in the mirror H’. ‘Y and W’ means that the image appeared twice.
Two images in one mirror means that the two Sons Y and W are in one image H’. This means that the second image W was crucified in the first image Y when Jesus was crucified on the Cross; and the first image Y was glorified in the second image W at the end of Time.
The first Son Y was Jesus who was crucified physically on the Cross in the beginning. The second Son W was the Spirit in Jesus who was crucified in Jesus in the beginning. The Spirit W was the third person Jesus kept referring to as the Son of Man.
In the beginning, the Spirit was in Jesus Y such that both Jesus Y with the Spirit W was one person Jesus Christ. At the end, Jesus Y was in the person of the Spirit W such that both the Spirit and Jesus are one person – the Messiah.
In other words, Y in the beginning was Jesus, and W at the end was the Messiah. W (Messiah) was an invisible Spirit in visible Y (Jesus) in the beginning; and Y (Jesus) was an invisible Spirit in visible W (Messiah) at the end. Y (Jesus) was the one and only sacrifice, and W (Messiah) was the glory.
Y and W were two persons in two different periods on earth. Y (Jesus) existed in the beginning, and W (Messiah) existed at the end. Y (Jesus) was executed physically in the beginning and W (Messiah) felt the force of the nail in his right and left hands where he was in the future. Jesus (Y) felt the suffering and persecution of W and kept speaking about the suffering and persecution of the Son of Man, and how the Son of Man was betrayed.
W = the Son of Man
Jesus’ concern was not about himself, but about the man who volunteered for the future work and was suffering as a result of that. He kept speaking about the man in the future who was suffering with him. The man is the third person of the Blessed Trinity. He is the one at the left hand side of the Father. He is the one represented by W.