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The head of the family of God is The Almighty, The Most High God [Elohim], the Father who is above all and over all and acts through his subordinate. (2 Corinthians 6:18)
The Father's subordinate is the Son of God, His only begotten son, who he gave to redeem the world. (John 3:16)
The two of them (the Father and the Son) make up the nuclear Family of God.
Each of them (the Father and the Son) are spirit beings (unlike physical man) (John 4:24). Each "being" possesses (owns) their own spirit (their mind, thoughts or essence). The Father's spirit is the Spirit of God (the mind of the Father). The Son's Spirit is the Spirit of [the] Christ (the mind of the Son) (Romans 8:9, Galatians 4:6).
The two spirit beings are two separate beings (2 = 2, which makes way more sense than 1+1+1 = 1). Each of the Spirit Beings possess their own spirit (mind). If each spirit's spirit were a separate being, there would be 4 beings in all. (2+2=4) instead of 3 as claimed in the Trinity (3=1).
The Son of God, after glorification, existed again as a Spirit and now possesses (owns) his own Holy Spirit (a mind, thoughts, essence). The Holy Ghost (Comforter) is the spirit of the Son (John 14:26). Are they two separate beings? Is your mind (or essence) a being separate from you? No, it is the expression of you.
Is the Son a God? the God? He is not the most high God. He is the Son of the Almighty God. The Son inherited the Father's nature, but doesn't possess it in his own power. The Son was given His power by the Father. (John 5:26-27, John 3:35)
Each in this family (the Father and the Son) has a spirit (mind, thoughts, essence). Since the owner is Holy, their Spirit is Holy. A Holy Spirit.
Holy Spirit and Holy Ghost are synonyms (two words for the same thing).
So, there is a Holy Spirit of the Father and a Holy Spirit of the Son. Both these Spirits are the same because the Son is conformed to the Father. In this way, they are One. The beings are separate, their spirits are one like a husband and wife become one in spirit, in thought, in mind, not in being. (1 Corinthians 6:17, Genesis 2:24, John 10:30)
It doesn't get much more plain than the following:
But to us there is but ONE Elohim [God], the Father, of whom are all things, and we in him; and ONE Master [Lord] Yahushua the Messiah [ed. notice, the master - the Son, is NOT here referred to as an Elohim - God], by whom are all things, and we by him. 1 Corinthians 8:6
And this is life eternal, that they might know thee, the only true Elohim [God], and Yahushua the Messiah [ed. here, also, the Son is NOT referred to as an Elohim - God], whom thou hast sent. John 17:3
The Holy Ghost is completely ignored in both of these verses.
With that, I will end.
(if you have any comments or questions I would be happy to help, if able.)