The power to be a Trinitarian God. Variation of Monotheistic Deity Physiology. Not to be confused with Triple Deity Physiology, though it is deemed as an ultimate variation of the latter.

Also Called

  • Monotheistic Trinity God/Goddess Physiology
  • Omnipotent Trinity Force
  • Trilogy
  • Triopotence
  • Triplicity
  • Trivinity

Capabilities

The user either is or can become a Trinitarian Deity, an interpretation of a Monotheistic God that was mainly found in Abrahamic religions, especially Christianity.

This is a result of combining Cosmic Otherness (symbolized by the number of division 2) with Unity (symbolized by the number 1). Each part of the Trinitarian God is akin to the Body, Soul, Spirit (or Id, Ego, Super Ego), each are completely divided from each other, yet one. The Tri-Unity.

Unlike Triple Deities that revolves around three normal Gods as a simple group, and with the rest of the Trinity Gods being three as one being but not guaranteeing Omnipotence, Omnipresence, and Omniscience, the Monotheistic Trinity God, also consists of three subjects as one singular being, but the biggest difference, is that the user, is guaranteed to have all the three aforementioned powers. Another difference is that, according to Abrahamic religion doctrines, the three avatars are what'll make the sole representation of the user as a whole, for example the Holy Spirit, God the Son, and God the Father consisting of God as a whole.

All in all, the user is without a single semblance of doubt, the most imminent, powerful, godly, and invincible force of pure benevolence.

Applications (General)

Applications (Examples)

Divinity:

Transcendence:

Lordship:

Associations

Known Users

  • God/Yahweh/Allah (Abrahamic Religions)
  • Triple Goddess (Wicca)
  • The Trinity (Skullgirls)

Notes

See Also: God

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