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==Known Users==
 
==Known Users==

Revision as of 01:03, January 2, 2020

The power to have absolute Lordship, Transcendence and Divinity as one single united force. Trinity version of Omnipotence. Ultimate Form of Trinity Force. True variation to Monotheistic Deity Physiology.

Also Called

  • Triopotence
  • Triplicity
  • Trivinity
  • Absolute/Real/True/Ultimate Godhood/Godhead
  • Omnipotent Trinity Force
  • Trinity Deity/God/Goddess Mimicry/Physiology

Capabilities

The user has the ability to use the combined forces of Lordship, Divinity, and Transcendence, achieving a state of absolute power.

In Monotheistic religion (especially Islam and Judaism) these are real requirements for godhood which applied only to Monotheistic Gods (Allah/Yahweh).

In Christianity, this power is demonstrated in the form of trinity, since each of the Holy Trinity members have one signature power that works exclusively on them (Omnipresence, Omniscience, to Omnipotence).

Unlike the Supreme Beings interpreted in certain media as well as most religions, a Trinity Deity is the most accurate interpretation of a Monotheistic Deity, since he/she has all the three powers stated earlier, while the former interpretation don't always meet that standard as they lack all the three powers to be classified as a Trinity God.

Applications (General)

Applications (Examples)

Divinity:

Transcendence:

Lordship:

Associations

Limitations

  • If there are more than one user, the user may not be truly omnipotent, omniscient or omnipresent.

Known Users

  • God/Yahweh/Allah (Abrahamic Religions)
  • El (Canaanite Mythology)
  • Aten (Egyptian Mythology)
  • Nu (Egyptian Mythology)
  • Para Brahman (Hindu Mythology)

Gallery

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