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     It has been shown that the Trinity doctrine originates from spiritualistic and occultic sources.  As this is true, then what about the belief that there was only one God in the beginning?  Is this what the Bible teaches, or is this also spiritualistic in nature?  Where is the origination for this belief of only one God?
     "Holy is God, the Father of all things, the One who is before the First Beginning." The Secret Teachings of All Ages, p XL, by Manly P. Hall--33rd Degree Mason (Hall is quoting from the writings of Hermes or Cush.  Hermes who was the interpreter of the Mysteries, or basically the founder of spiritualistic Babylonian religion.  Hermes or Cush was also the father of Nimrod (see Genesis 10:8), and Nimrod was the one who founded Babel or Babylon (Genesis 10:9-10) and then based its Mystery religion upon the spiritualistic teachings of his father).

     So we see that the foundation for the Mystery religion of Babylon is the belief that there was only one God in the beginning, and that this one God was named the Father!

     Who else believes and teaches this spiritualistic Babylonian doctrine?

The Roman Catholic Church

     “There is one God, infinitely perfect, who exists of Himself from all eternity.” The Convert’s Catechism of Catholic Doctrine, p 31 by Peter Geiermann, C.SS.R., Imprimatur - September 16, 1957.

     Again we see that there is a clear and firm connection between Roman Catholic belief and the religion of the Mysteries of Babylon.

     But isn't this belief of there being only one God in heaven exactly what the Bible teaches?  Lets see.
     “In the beginning, God created the heaven and the earth.” Genesis 1:1.

     Is this verse teaching that there was only one God in the beginning who created the heaven and the earth?  The Hebrew word for God used in this text is “Elohiym” (Strong’s Exhaustive Hebrew Concordance, word #430), which is the plural form of one God.  This text would then correctly read as follows: “in the beginning, Gods created the heaven and the earth.”  So in this verse, we have the truth taught to us that there was more than just one God in the beginning who involved Themselves in creating the heaven and the earth!  Thus in the very first verse of the entire Bible we find the truth that destroys the spiritualistic and occultic teaching of the mysteries of Babylon, along with the Trinity doctrine, because it declares that there is more than just one God in the beginning!
     Now this true biblical belief, that there is more than one God in heaven in the beginning, is not the Trinity doctrine.  Trinity teaches that there is only one God who split Himself into three Persons.  As soon as you understand that there is more than just one God in heaven, the Trinity doctrine is seen to be error, and its spiritualistic foundation crumbles.  And with the Trinity doctrine destroyed, and since this doctrine is the foundational basis for "all the other teachings" of the Catholic church, then you can see that the doctrines of Catholicism are just a mass of spiritualistic error!  So when you understand that there is more than one God in heaven, and that the Trinity doctrine is not Biblical truth,  you then are beginning to be set free from all spiritualism!