1. There are three primeval Unities, and more than one of each cannot exist: one God; one truth; and one point of liberty, and this is where all opposites equiponderate.
2. Three things proceed from the three primeval Unities: all life; all goodness; all power.
3. God consists necessarily of three things: the greatest in respect of life; the greatest in respect of knowledge; and the greatest in respect of power; and there can only be one of what is greatest in any thing.
4. Three things it is impossible God should not be: whatever perfect goodness ought to be; whatever perfect goodness would desire to be; and whatever perfect goodness can be.
5. The three witnesses of God in respect of what He has done and will do: infinite power; infinite knowledge; and infinite love; for there is nothing that these cannot perform, do not know, and will not bring to pass.
6. The three ultimate ends of God's regulation in giving existence to every thing: to weaken the evil; to strengthen the good; and to manifest all discrimination, that what ought to be might be known from what ought not to be.
7. Three things which God cannot but perform: what is most useful; what is most necessary; and what is most beautiful of all things.
8. The three stabilities of existence: what cannot be otherwise; what need not be otherwise; and what cannot be conceived better; and in these will all things end.
9. Three things will necessarily exist: the supreme power; the supreme intelligence; and the supreme love of God.
10. The three characteristics of God: complete life; complete knowledge; and complete power.
11. The three causes of living beings: the love of God in accord
with the most perfect intelligence; the
understanding of God knowing all possible means; and the power of God in accord with supreme will, love, and intelligence.
12. There are three Circles of existence: the Circle of Ceugant, where there is nothing but God, of living or dead, and none but God can traverse it; the Circle of Abred, where all things are by nature derived from death, and man has traversed it; and the Circle of Gwynvyd, where all things spring from life, and man shall traverse it in heaven.
13. The three states of existence of living beings: the state of Abred in Annwn; the state of liberty in humanity; and the state of love, that is, Gwynvyd in heaven.
14. The three necessities of all animated existences: a beginning in Annwn; progression in Abred; and plenitude in heaven, that is, the circle of Gwynvyd; without these three things nothing can exist but God.
15. Three things are necessary in Abred: the least of all animation, and thence a beginning; the material of all things, and thence increase, which cannot take place in any other state; and the formation of all things out of the dead, hence diversity of existence.
16. Three things cannot but happen to all living beings by the justice of God: cc-sufferance in Abred, because without that none could obtain the perfect knowledge of anything; co-participation of equal privilege in the love of God; and co-ultimity, through the power of God, in respect of such as are just and merciful.
17. The three necessary occasions of Abred: to collect the materials of every nature; to collect the knowledge of every thing; and to collect strength to overcome every adverse and Cythraul, and to be divested of evil; without this traversing of every state of life, no animation or species can attain to plenitude.
18. The three principal calamities of Abred: necessity; forgetfulness; and death.
19. The three principal necessities before fullness of knowledge can be obtained: to traverse Abred; to traverse Gwynvyd; and the remembrance of all as far as Annwn.
20. Three things indispensably connected with Abred: forgetfulness for it cannot be otherwise; the escape of death or evil and Cythraul; and the increase of life and goodness, by being divested of evil in the escapes of death; and this from the love of God embracing all things.
21. The three instrumentalities of God in Abred for the subduing of evil and Cythraul, and escaping from them towards Gwynvyd: necessity; forgetfulness; and death.
22. There are three primary contemporaries : man; liberty; and light.
23. The three necessary obligations of man: to suffer; to change; and to choose; and whilst he has the power of choosing, the other two things are not known before they happen.
24. The three equiportions of man: Abred and Gwynvyd; necessity and liberty; evil and good; all equiponderate, man having the power of attaching himself to the one he pleases.
25. From three things will the necessity of Abred fall on man: from not endeavoring to obtain knowledge; from non-attachment to good; and from attachment to evil; occasioned by these things he will fall to his congener in Abred, whence he will return, as at first.
26. From three things will man fall of necessity in Abred, though he has in every thing else attached himself to good: from pride even to Annwn; from falsehood to a corresponding state of perception; and from unmercifulness to a similarly disposed animal, whence, as at first, he returns to humanity.
27. The three primaries of the state of man: the first accumulations of knowledge, love, and power, without death. This cannot take place, in virtue of liberty and choice, perhaps to humanity: these are called the three victories.
28. The three victories over evil and Cythraul: knowledge; love; and power; for these know, will, and can do, their conjunctive capacity, what they desire; they begin in the state of man, and continue for ever.
29. The three privileges of the state of man : equiponderance of evil and good, whence comparativity; liberty of choice, whence judgment and preference; and the origin of power, proceeding from judgment and preference, since these must necessarily exist before any other action.
30. The three inevitable differences between man, or any other living being, and God: man is finite, which God cannot be; man had a beginning, which God could not have; man must needs change his condition successively in the circle of Gwynvyd, from not being able to endure the Ceugant, but God needs not, being able to endure all things and that consistently with felicity.
31. The three primaries of Gwynvyd: cessation of evil; cessation of want; and the cessation of perishing.
32. The three restorations of the circle of Gwynvyd: original Awen; primitive love; and primitive memory; because without these there can be no Gwynvyd.
33. Three things discriminate every animate being from others: Awen; memory; and perception: these will be complete in every one, and cannot be common to any other living being; each will be plenary, and two plenaries of any thing cannot exist.
34. Three things has God given to every living being: namely the plenitude of his species ; the distinction of his individuality; and the characteristic of a primitive Awen as different from another; this is what constitutes the complete self of every one as apart from another.
35. From understanding three things will ensue the elimination and
subjugation of all evil and death: their cure;
their cause; and their operation ; and this will be obtained in Gwynvyd.
36. The three stabilities of knowledge: to have transcended every state of life; to remember every state and its contents; and to be able to traverse every state, as one would wish, for the sake of experience and judgment; and it will be obtained in the circle of Gwynvyd.
37. The three characteristics of every living being in the circle of Gwynvyd: vocation; privilege; and Awen; nor is it possible for two beings to be identical in every thing, for every one will be complete in what is characteristic of him; and there is nothing complete without comprehending the whole quantity that can possibly belong to it.
38. Three things none but God can do: to endure the eternities of Ceugant; to participate of every state without changing; and to ameliorate and renovate every thing without causing the loss of it.
39. Three things that can never be annihilated, from their unavoidable possibilities: form of existence; quality of existence; and the utility of existence; for these will, divested of their evils, exist for ever, whether animate or inanimate, as beautiful and good varieties of the circle Gwynvyd.
40. The three excellencies of changing condition in Gwynvyd: instruction; beauty; and repose, from not being able to endure the Ceugant and eternity.
41. There are three things on their increase : fire, or light, understanding, or truth; and the soul, or life; these will prevail over every thing, and then Abred will end.
42. There are three things on the wane: the dark; the false, and the dead.
43. Three things acquire strength daily, there being a majority of desires towards them : love; knowledge; and justice.
44. Three things grow more enfeebled daily, there being a majority of desires in opposition to them: hatred; injustice; and ignorance.
45. The three plenitudes of Gwynvyd: participation of every nature, with a plenitude of one predominant; conformity to every Awen, and in one excelling; love towards every living being and existence, and towards one, that is, God, above all; in these three ones will the plenitude of Awen and Gwynvyd consist.
46. The three necessities of God : to be: infinite in Himself; to
be finite to the finite; and to be co-united with every state of animated
being. in the circle of Gwynvyd.