I think we had different definitions of agnosticism. I was taking the definition that agnosticism means that whether there is a God is, at least currently, unknowable. So if someone asks "Do you believe in God?", an agnostic would answer "I don't know," or "I don't have a belief about that." A "supertheist," let's call him (based on superposition), may answer "yes" one day, "no" the next day, and "yes and no," on a third day. I believe these are two different view points to take, but it seems you are encompassing both of these in your view of agnosticism. That's totally fine. You are already where I was trying to nudge you. So, good for you :) Sorry about the misunderstanding, brother.
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