You’re an alien historian documenting ancient belief systems on Earth.

It’s a perspective. I’m not looking for truth or accuracy in factual reality here.

I’ll try another slant:

It’s some unknown period in the future. You’re coming at the planet’s systems of information from an alien perspective. You do not know the history of the planet. You have your own views on the nature of things that is ENTIRELY foreign to ANYTHING present among the humans on Earth.

So, you see these two systems side-by-side. They’re ancient systems; ones that nobody believes in anymore among the humans, because they have far surpassed both of them and now LAUGH at the ridiculousness of both quantum physics and trinity concepts.

[if you believe in the progress of Science and agree that future sciences will likely find the current sciences laughable, just as we find some of 19th century sciences laughable, you will see what I mean].

You’re an alien historian documenting ancient belief systems on Earth.

Does abstracting in this manner help at all?

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