"‘Spirit’ in the technical trinitarian use, signifies that the Third Person is spirated or outbreathed by the Father and Son. The Hebrew Ruach and the Greek Pneuma denote a breath, or breathing. Genesis 1:2; Numbers 27:18; Psalm 51:11; Isaiah 63:11; Hoses 9:7 (Gesenius in voce); Matthew 3:16; Luke 1:25; John 1:32-33; 3:5-6; Acts 2:6, et alia. Christ ‘breathed on His disciples and said unto them, "Receive ye the Holy Ghost!"’ John 20:22. This spiration of the Spirit in time, was symbolical of the eternal spiration in the Godhead. The Third Person is also described as ‘proceeding’ from the Father, John 15:26….