In 1968, while on sabbatical in Geneva, Benoit Mandelbrot published a 34-page monograph on the fractal nature of divinity.
There are three that bear witness in heaven, he wrote: the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost – and these three are one.
There are three that make up God the Son: God the Chocolatier, Jesus the Mexican and Jesus III (aka Machete Jesus). All three are one.
And there are three persons in Jesus the Mexican: Tijuana Jesus, Tequila Jesus and Jesus Cabrón. Immortal, invisible, one.
Belinowski’s law: After JTM (Jesus the Mexican), it’s Jesuses all the way down.