By nature a person IS an individual. If you don't know what a person is, then you should not have replied in the first place.
Is Jesus the Lamb of God and the Lion of Judah?
If yes, then WHY did you put all of those on your "list" of "persons"?
If no, then you need to go to Bible school.
A "person" is also used for a character. For example, Han Solo and Indiana Jones are two different "persons" of Harrison Ford.
If "person" means "individual" then God is one person, which agrees with the scripture of Hebrews that also addresses God as a singular person. Jesus Christ is the express image of the person of God, it says.
But you don't like that scripture, and you really want God to be multiple persons. So if that is what matters to you, I will use a definition that allows God to consist of multiple persons that does not contradict the scripture, "Our LORD God is one LORD", "I am my Father are one" "These three are One." One God, besides whom there is no other God, he who alone made the heavens and the earth. Not as a team, as one individual.
Isa 44:6 KJV
(6) Thus saith the LORD the King of Israel, and his redeemer the LORD of hosts; I am the first, and I am the last; and beside me there is no God.
Isa 37:16 KJV
(16) O LORD of hosts, God of Israel, that dwellest between the cherubims, thou art the God, even thou alone, of all the kingdoms of the earth: thou hast made heaven and earth.
Joh 1:3 KJV
(3) All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made.
The difference between my proposed usage of the word "persons" and your insistent usage of the word "persons" is that my usage doesn't require polytheism. Why are all of those on my list of persons? Because they are different titles or roles or appearances. God played a different role as Jesus than he took as the pillar of cloud and fire that lead Israel in the wilderness, and still a different role than the "still small voice" or as when he spoke to Job.
Yes, this sounds different than what you believe, but what you believe is the product of simply repeating traditions of men. No one starts from a clean slate, picks up the Bible, and reads a Trinity from scripture only. I read the scripture and I can see that it says we have One God and that Jesus is God. Should you be able to show me where the Bible clearly teaches a Trinity I would concede to that gladly. In the meantime, cease the rabid condemnation and mocking of others when you are unable to define your own doctrine from scripture.