Chun-Ji-Shin-Myoung (天地神明; the Gods of the Heaven and Earth) refers to the Trinity of the Universe. The Trinity of the Universe also means three energies that make up the Spirit.
The spirit is created with three energies: the Thought Adjuster, the Spirit of Truth, and the Spirit of Holiness.
All the three components of Spirit have the golden color of wavelength. The Thought Adjuster has the brightest color, the Spirit of Truth has the golden color of the middle brightness, and the Spirit of Holiness has the palest golden color.
The Thought Adjuster is the light of the Creator. The Spirit of Truth is the light of the Universal Father. The Holy Spirit is the light of the Universal Mother.
Three energies are integrated as the ONE to make the Spirit. Thus the Spirit is created with its own independence and individuality. This is called “the Trinity of the Spirit”.
The Korean old ancestors had known that the Spirit is the ONE but three components. And thus they had used the word “Chun-Ji-Shin-Myoung (天地神明; the Gods of the Heaven and Earth)”. Chun (天; the Heaven) represents the Universal Father. Ji (地; the Earth) represents the Universal Mother, and Shin-Myoung (神明; the Brightness of God) means the Thought Adjuster granted from the Creator.
Chun-Ji-Shin-Myoung (天地神明; the Gods of the Heaven and Earth) means the Trinity of the Spirit and also refers to the Trinity of the Universe. In the West, by the influence of Christianity, the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit were considered as the Trinity. The Creator as the Father, the Universal Father as the Son, and the Universal Mother as the Holy Spirit.
The old Korean ancestors had recognized the Heaven as the father who gave birth to us, and the Earth as the mother who raised us.
They had recognized that between the Heaven and the Earth, we were born with the Shin-Myoung (神明; the Brightness of God).
Now Udeka discloses the secret of the universe about the Chun-Ji-Shin-Myoung (天地神明; the Gods of the Heaven and Earth).
*Translated by Dol. Edited by Metrica.