8. Book 2-a - Narrative for Book 2-b - Properties of Transcendental Function

Updated Narrative


23 July 2022

St. Bridget of Sweden (1373 AD); St. Apollinaris of Ravenna (1st Century AD); St. Liborius (4th Century AD)

Two quotes from an ancient Litany to the Blessed Virgin Mary, probably written by St. Dominic:


Sancta Maria, fons verae sapietiae, ora pro nobis

Sancta Maria, lumen rectae scitiae, ora pro nobis




Holy Mary, the fountain of true wisdom, pray for us

Holy Mary, the light of the proper knowledge (science), pray for us


I always knew that Most Holy Mary is the most brilliant human being.



Old narrative:

This book contains some of the unique mathematical properties called by me Index Mathematics - where the indexes of Constants (subscripts) are used to calculate the values of the Constants. It is described in the paper "9. Book 2-b - Some of the properties of Transcendental Function” with some numerical examples. Also, the general formulas for multiplication, division, powers, and logarithms are derived, and the relationship between constants C0C16, and CHT.

26 December 2016, Feast of St Stephen 

Andrew Yanthar-Wasilik


Return to the Syllabus   >>>   132. Syllabus of the course – “Voyage through God’s Universe (Cosmos and beyond) according to St. Hildegard von Bingen and others, with the help of Mathematics, Cosmology and Quantum Mechanics."




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