The narrative for Book 6 - Derivation of the General Formula for Constants of the Cosmology and Quantum Mechanics.

21 September 2017 AD, feasts of St Matthew


In Book 6 a General Formula for any Real and Complex(?) Number as a numerical value of the constant will be derived.

In previous Book 5, the values of the constants were only Integers.

This General Formula will allow calculating any number substituted for constant Cx. As to the complex numbers, it will be checked later, but there is no reason why it should not work also.

Simple generating functions will be used to generalize the Formula, however, it will be split again into a number of easier parts. Derivation of the Generating Function for the whole sequence is as you will see rather difficult, and may be better left for professional mathematicians.


The General Formula consists of many strings (at least 7-8 plus 4-5 repeats) and it reminds me of some sort of complicated DNA/RNA with more than just two strings.

Substituting two real numbers (x) for a Constant will give two candidates for coupling constant of the force of gravity, αG. Later on one of the candidates will fit better.


Also later on - Quarks, which I think are connected with the Gravity Coupling Constant will be calculated.


This General Formula unites big and small, Universe and Quantum into one elegant formula.


In addition, which may come as a “shock” for some, another full-scale Universe is sure to exist, I mean It is being described by the same Equation. However, there are only two of them (I mean the Universes).

The Graph of the Function looks like sort of letter M, divided into two sections: visible (Real) and Invisible (Complex), (It will be published in Book 7).

So the Multiverse Theory is disproved, and quite possibly same fate meets String Theory.


As for me, as a Roman Catholic, this fact proves what is said in Credo:

“Credo in unum Deum, Patrem omnipotentem, factorem caeli et terrae, visibilium omnium et invisibilium...”

“I Believe in one God, the Father Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth, and of all things visible and invisible...”


Or: “In principio creavit Deus caelum et terram.”

In the beginning God created heaven, and earth.” Genesis, Chapter 1, Verse 1.


Yes, it will be now more obvious for everybody, I hope, to see the Hand of the Most Holy Trinity as a Founder of the Worlds.


More about it in an extra Article. 

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