[52] Humans, Gods and Angels, all have 2 souls

All men are DI software (our spirits, our self writing self learning operating systems) running on biological hardware (our human brains). 

But God blew his spirit into Adam's 2 nostrils [wyP'a;B.] and of course into his 2 lungs. These are two receptacles for God's spirit, which depict our human soul and our angelic soul and more particularly our human brain and our angelic brain. And the lungs breath in and out all day and all night long. This pictures our spirit going out of the human brain and in to the angelic brain when we fall asleep and out of the angelic brain and in to the human brain when we wake up. See into51.

7 And the LORD God formed man [of] the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils [wyP'a;B.- dual] the breath/spirit of lives [plural]; and man became a living soul. (Genesis 2 KJV)
7 And Jehovah God proceeded to form the man out of dust from the ground and to blow into his nostrils the breath/spirit of lives [plural] and the man came to be a living soul. (Genesis 2 NWT)

But it does not stop there. Oh No. For Moses said...

8 And by a breath from your nostrils [^yP,a; - dual] waters were heaped up; They stood still like a dam of floods; The surging waters were congealed in the heart of the sea. (Exodus 15 NWT)

So God has two nostrils, 2 receptacles for his spirit. For we are made in his image after all. So he has 2 divine bodies (says Jeff). So there are 2 types of divine body. Which type does Jesus have and what is the difference between them? Which one did God sacrifice for the angels asks Mike? Well... We are in the image of God and we are two souls one human and one angelic connected by a subconscious link at present. So God has a human type divine body and an angelic type divine body. Whereas Angels have an angelic body and human type divine body. So we all are double souled. But hopefully not double spirited, of double psyche which is the correct translation of James 1.

8 a two-souled man {is} unstable in all his ways. (James 1 YLT)
8 male person two-souled, not standing down in all the ways of him. (James 1 KIT)
8 avnh.r di,yucoj avkata,statoj evn pa,saij tai/j o`doi/j auvtou/ (James 1 WHO)
8 a two-spirited man {is} unstable in all his ways. (James 1 LWT)

So there are 4 vehicles that God has for his spirit. The human body, the angelic body, the divine physical body and the divine spiritual body

Men are human connected to angelic
Angels are angelic connected to divine physical
Gods are divine physical connected to divine spiritual

Nose and Nostrils

10 Let them instruct Jacob in your judicial decisions And Israel in your law. Let them render up incense before your nostril/nose [^P,a;B.- singular] And a whole offering on your altar. (Deuteronomy 33 LWT)
9 Through the breath of God they perish, And through the spirit of his nose/nostril [APa;- singular] they come to an end. (Job 4 LWT) 2 As God lives, who has taken away my judgment, And as the Almighty [lives], who has made my soul bitter,
3 While my breath is yet whole within me, And the spirit of God is in my nostril/nose [yPia;B.- singular] (NWT)
4 My lips will speak no unrighteousness And my own tongue will mutter no deceit! (Job 27 NWT)

22 For your own sakes, hold off from the earthling man, whose breath is in his nostril/nose [APa;B.- singular], for on what basis is he himself to be taken into account? (Isaiah 2 NWT)
20 Out of its nostrils [wyr"yxiN>mi - dual] smoke goes forth, Like a furnace set aflame even with rushes. (Job 41 NWT)
22 For your own sakes, hold off from the earthling man, whose breath is in his nostrils [APa;B. - singular], for on what basis is he himself to be taken into account? (Isaiah 2 NWT)
20 The breath of our nostrils [WnyPea; - dual], the anointed one of Jehovah, has been captured in their large pit, The one of whom we have said: In his shade we shall live among the nations. (Lamentations 4 LWT)