### Wheel Theory, The Projective Line, and the Trinity; Finding the Trinity in A Priori Systems

The doctrine of the Trinity defines the Trinity of persons in one nature of God; the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. In the Trinity, the Father is not the Son is not the Holy Spirit, but all are one unity of God. God is the first mover and the progenitor of all things. In this way, the combination of the Trinity and God as the first mover creates the basis of a theological system in which we can find A Priori parallels in the methods which we apply to our experience of the material world. At the origin of mathematics is the concept of the unit or a ‘natural number.’ Since all numbers are derived from various logical operations applied to the original unit, the unit is the foundation of the A Priori system of mathematics.

As the unity of God contains three persons, the unity in mathematics contains three numbers. These three numbers are {∞, 0, 1}. Commonly in mathematics division by zero (and hence infinity) is not allowed or accepted as a number. However, there is a type…

As the unity of God contains three persons, the unity in mathematics contains three numbers. These three numbers are {∞, 0, 1}. Commonly in mathematics division by zero (and hence infinity) is not allowed or accepted as a number. However, there is a type…