The Trinitized Sons of Gods. If two mortal finaliters, on going before the Architects of the Master Universe, demonstrate that they have independently chosen an identical concept for trinitization, the Architects are empowered, on their own discretion, to promulgate mandates permitting these glorified mortal ascenders to remove themselves for a time to the trinitizing sector of the Paradise Citizens. At the end of this assigned retreat, if they report that they have singly and jointly elected to make the paradisiacal effort to spiritualize, idealize and actualize a selected and original concept which has not before been trinitized, then the Master Spirit of the superuniverse orders the trinitization. The process in so many words: two mortals come up with a new idea which is approved; they are embraced by the Trinity; a new creature is produced, a creature-trinitized son. The mortals can only do this process once, whereas the Trinity can do this any number of times.
The trinitized order of sonship is divided into three major divisions: 1. Deity-trinitized sons (which the book won’t reveal). 2. Trinity-embraced sons. 3. Creature-trinitized sons. The first order of Trinity-embraced sons are called the Trinitized Sons of Attainment. Of note are the Mighty Messengers, a class of perfected mortals who have been rebellion tested or otherwise proved as to their personal loyalty; all have passed through some definite test of universe allegiance. Also of note is Those Without Name or Number, whose spirituality and ability to worship is beyond that of the evolutionary races of time and space. After their training they are assigned to the services of the Ancients of Days, the rulers of the seven superuniverses. The second order of Trinity-embraced sons, the Trinitized Sons of Selection, are assigned to the courts of the Ancients of Days.
There are about 100,000,000 of Those Without Name or Number on Uversa, the capital of Orvonton, our superuniverse. “Since those Without Name or Number are the superior spiritual minds of the survival races, they are especially qualified to sit in judgment and to render opinions when a spiritual viewpoint is desirable, and when experience in the ascendent career is essential to an adequate comprehension of the questions involved in the problem to be adjudicated…Adjudication is the highest function of any government, and those intrusted with verdict rendering should be chosen from the highest and most noble types of the most experienced and understanding individuals.”