A10.1. Which evidence documents that the thinking component of the Gods "Holy Trinit"
@ Dr. Eng. Jan Pająk

A10.1. Which evidence documents that the thinking component of the God’s "Holy Trinity", known as the ”Holy Ghost” is only around 6000 years old

The number 6000 years describing age of the physical world, and thus also the approximate age of God, of course was NOT just taken from the ceiling. There is various evidence which justifies it. Let us review most significant examples of this evidence:
(1) Data provided in the Bible. This date represent a basis for calculating when in past the creation of the first pair of people took place, and thus also when the creation of the physical world was accomplished – and shortly before that, the self-evolution of God. In the Bible this data are provided in several places. Their example can be the Book of Genesis 5:3 to 5:32. On the basis of data contained in the Bible, around 1640 someone named Dr John Lightfoot (1602 - 1675), who was an Anglican priest and simultaneously a Rabbinic scientists and a Vice Chancellor of the University of Cambridge, calculated exactly when the first couple of people was created by God. It come out to him that it was on 23rd October 4004 before the Christ (means a bit above 6000 years ago). In around ten years later, the Irish bishop named James Ussher, who was 17th century Archbishop from Armagh in Ireland, repeated this calculations and also determined that God created the first couple of people in 4004 B.C. Bishop Ussher published his calculations in 1650 in the book entitled "Annales veteris testamenti, a prima mundi origine deducti" (i.e. "Chronicles of the Old Testament, deductions of the first creation of the world"). In present times it is him whom the credit is attributed for calculating the age of physical world and people at slightly above 6000 years.
(2) Human verbal and written traditions. If one analyses human verbal and written traditions, such as myths, descriptions of past, holy books, etc., then it turns out that two main periods can be distinguished in these. The first such period, which spans from now till just around 6000 years ago, is the “period of evidence”. Means, for this period everything can be dated, chronologically sorted by years, learn names and people, etc. In turn the other period is just a ”period of ambiguity”. It supposedly also existed on the Earth, only that before 6000 years ago. But for this “period of ambiguity” everything seems to disappear in “darkness of the past” and nothing can be determined for sure. Everything that concerns this period appear as if it happened, but it is like in recalls from a dream, means it cannot be neither sorted chronologically, nor assigned names or specific people to it, etc. So it seems that this ”period of ambiguity” never existed, but was just invented and simulated by God, so that an impression is created for an apparent continuity of human history beyond times in which human beings were created - for other examples of similar simulations of God see chapter JH /?/ of this volume.
(3) Home animals. For the entire duration of 6000 last years, people were unable to domesticate even a single home animal. So all evidence indicates that home animals were also created by God simultaneously with the man in already final genetic makeup which gave to them just such unique attributes of domesticated relatives of wild animals. But unfortunately for humans, every now and again the humanity allows to extinct a next specie of home animals. I already have heard about two relatively recent cases of extinctions of home animals, namely (1) a domesticated polar fox of New Zealand Maoris, named “kuri”, and (2) a domesticated elk of Slavs from the eastern side of Białowieża Virgin Forest - note that the animal in Europe called “elk”, in North America is called “moose”. (Both these cases of extinction are to be described below.) But if one analyses historic sources, mythologies, or holy books, then it turns out that originally created by God was no much more home animals than we have them at present (i.e. there was only several more of them). This in turn means, that no many at all of these home animals had opportunity to extinct by now. In turn such a small number of extinct home animals means, that the actual creation of the physical world and the man must occur relatively recent (means around 6000 years ago) – so that people had no enough time to cause the extinction of the majority of home animals that God gave to them.
One amongst cases of extinction of home animals known to me, was a home polar fox of New Zealand Maoris, called “kuri” by them. It got extinct around 1850 - various sources quote different years starting from 1830 to 1860. Because in the Europe no nation had a domesticated fox, the first white settlers arriving to New Zealand called this domesticated fox to be a “Maori dog”. But this “dog” looked like a polar fox, was giving out a typical “cry of fox”, and was unable to bark like a dog. A Frenchman named Crozet, who visited New Zealand in May 1772, describes this animal of Maoris in the following manner: “The dogs are a sort of domesticated fox, quite black or white, very low on the legs, straight ears, thick tail, long body, full jaws, but more pointed than those of the fox, and uttering the same cry; they do not bark like our dogs”. A curious attribute of this domesticated polar fox was, that according to legends of Maoris, it was brought to New Zealand, and given to Maoris, by a ship of some strange visitors. Who were these visitors? After all, on the Earth is NOT known any nation that would cohabit with a domesticated polar fox.
Another case of extinction of an domesticated animal known to me was “elk” (in Americas called “moose”) kept by one amongst Slavs tribes that lives on former Polish eastern territories – i.e. at the eastern side of the Białowieża Virgin Forest. This domesticated elk got extinct shortly before the year 1945. (Similarly as this was with the domesticated Maori fox “kuri”, also this elk (moose) does NOT got extinct just by itself, but people helped it to disappear. In case of this elk, in its extinction helped German soldiers who shoot and eaten last such elks.) Its extinction is a great loss for the humanity, because this elk with a success performed functions of two other home animals, namely a horse and a cow. As a mount it was even faster than a horse, it also had a propelling power greater than a biggest horse. In turn its milk was more sustaining, taster, and more fat than milk of cows, while this elk was giving more milk than a cow gives it.
(4) Imperfection of some methods of God’s action. About this imperfection I am writing more in subsection A17 of this volume. If one thinks carefully, the existence of this imperfection also indirectly proves the relatively “young age” of God.
(5) The existence of two histories of the universe. As this is explained in subsections NH1 and NH2 of volume 12, there are two parallel but drastically different histories of the universe, namely (1) the true history of the universe - means the one described in the Bible, and (2) the simulated history of the universe - means the one which is laboriously reconstructed by human scientists. Well, the sole fact that such two histories do exist, is another item of evidence that God created the physical world and man only around 6000 years ago. Only in such a situation there was a need that to the universe “years should be added” – so that the universe looks as if it is already around 14 billion years old.
The above can be complemented and emphasized with the information, that these 6000 years represent the approximate age of the thinking (i.e. “software”) component of God – which by the Christian religion is called the “Holy Ghost”. In turn the “hardware” component of God, means the “counter-matter” by the Christian religion called “God Father” or “The Ancient of Days”, exists already since infinity. Only that before that breakthrough moment of time that occurred around 6000 years ago, in this infinitively existing “hardware” component of God still did not self-evolved that thinking and self-aware component – as this is described in subsection A1.1.

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