God as the Holy Trinity existed with a formless mass of water in darkness, but they weren't the only ones present. There are passages in the Bible that make it clear that God had already created all human souls.
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.
It's not a good idea to pull Bible passages out of context because we've decided what we want them to mean and then proclaim that we have some new doctrine. That's inductive reasoning, or eisegesis.
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?
The singularity at the center of the Earth is an assembly of souls, each soul is a gravity node, the nature of which is the act of concentrating to hold a thought.
God decided to create a multitude of souls. There were billions and billions of them. Why did God decide to create billions of souls? For his good pleasure. We've defined the soul as follows:
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.
Time is a field emitted from the singularity at the center of the Earth which causes a linear progression of moments to pass at a rate which is proportional to the square of its distance from the source.
Minded really means the thought. The link to gravity is a deep end that we can go off. Thought is the act of holding on to an idea, concentrating. Concentration generates a gravitational field. That's the singularity.