I am he; I am the first, I also am the last.
the sinful pride of the JWs and other heretics,
who do not want to think that anything can be
beyond the reach of human reason. Yet remember,
precisely this line of though has been used to
eliminate the idea of God existing at all, though
it required a lot of irrationality and non-pursuit
of questions of origin beyond some outstanding
point itself still physical and without explanation
for itself, other than, it just is. At that point you
might as well ascribe intelligence, choice, will
etc. to this primordial physical or semi physical
mass, except you can't, all such things incl.
"the physical medium itself" as certain people
are calling the world soul as Plato and hermetists
called it, is manipulatable, and may have some
nature with inclinations, but is not intelligent and
in control. Obviously it cannot be Creator, only
a creature out of which God made everything else.
The word "mystery" is denounced by JWs as pagan,
but the word's usage had to do with rituals and so
forth whose purpose was little understood but
involved a participation in some entity or other,
its more limited sense in English, a great puzzle
you can't figure out much of which, was not the
meaning in "the Mysteries."
Yet The Father is the ground of being of the Other
Two. The Son ETERNALLY without a time before
which He was not, is begotten of The Father.
The All Holy Spirit is ETERNALLY without a time
before which He was not, spirated from The Father.
There is a special mystery regarding The All Holy
Spirit, Whose actions always of The Father and
declaring of the things of The Son, is often so
hidden that He might be mistaken for a force or
energy or action of The Father, but He is in fact
a PERSON, as shown by even the NWT the
Jehovah's Witnesses love so much, which calls
Him "that one" and ascribes action to him.