We find our next clue in Genesis 4. The injured party, Abel, is crying out in pain and anguish in a way that the Lord can hear but Abel's body is dead and his blood is now seeping into the ground.
The Holy spirit knows the difference between the soul and spirit, therefore it should be possible for us to know it too. That's the reward we get for being diligent, and discerning nuance.
God is a spirit doesn't mean that God is mystical and undefined, it means His physical nature is that of a vapor. However, God is more than just a Spirit so it's accurate to say that God has a Spirit.
According to the Psalmist, King David, we were curiously wrought in the lowest parts of the Earth. A gravitational singularity to be precise. Here's another thought in the form of a deductive question:
Here's our premise in the form of a testable hypothesis. It's simple deduction: if believing in Jesus Christ is the power to be free from hell in the center of Earth, then we must have started life in the center of Earth.
Complicated deduction is an exercise in mental agility, but sometimes things fall in your lap. We have an explicit statement that the human soul is a gravity node. How so? God has put eternity, a singularity, in our hearts.
We’ve drawn together three distinct lines of deductive reasoning to confirm that the soul is a gravity node. Now we need experimental confirmation of our hypothesis. Is there a way to test the hypothesis that the soul is a gravity node?
Here's where we've gotten to: the mind is part of the soul, and the soul is gravity, so can we say that the mind of the spirit is referring to the gravitational component of a spiritual entity?
We've introduced gravity as the mechanism by which the creation will be purified and how light will be separated from darkness. Gravity was created on the second day. Matter, space and time existed before that.
The foundations of the earth refers to a gravitational singularity at the center of Earth and it gives us the Biblical core accretion model. Another aspect of the Biblical theory of gravity has to do with the nature of the soul.