## Quick narrative to “Book 1-b - Transcendental Constants - Introduction”

In simple terms, the whole idea behind deriving Transcendental constants is to notice, that “π” is constant number “8” (subscript “8”) i.e. *C*_{8}, and “e” is constant number “7” (subscript “7”) i.e. *C*_{7}. This fact allows to calculate all other Transcendental Constants, as shown in Eqn.1 to Eqn. 11.Calculated numbers (constants) go from minus infinity ( − ∞) to plus infinity ( + ∞) - subscripts.

However, I claim that our Universe is contained from constant number “0” (subscript “0”) i.e. *C*_{0} to constant number “16” (subscript “16” ) i.e. *C*_{16}, **total of 17 Transcendental Constants**, describing completely all things inside and on the borders. (However, constants from the “outside” may be necessary also to describe some facts, as they are God, it may concern mostly functioning of things, but this idea will surface in later parts (Books). When you look at the values of constants from the first (beginning) i.e. *C*_{0} to last (end) i.e. *C*_{16} you can see, that their **numerical value ranges from approximately 1 to 10**, and this is the section of our Universe, out of infinity. (log 1 = 0, log 10 = 1, if you prefer this way).

In my understanding, it would be ridiculous to claim, that there is nothing else in existence (such as the Most Holy Trinity), or that there are similar universes; obviously, if these other universes would exist they would be completely different than our Universe, I think that is impossible, I mean the idea of multiverse is nonsensical. The only thing which exists along is an invisible world as described in the Bible and explained by Catholic Saints.

All the Constants form a function which I have named **“Transcendental Function”** consisting of only irrational values (to be proved). Equations from Eqn. 16 to Eqn. 22 describe a linear function, proving that Transcendental Function is indeed exponential.

15 November 2016 AD, S Albertus Magnus, O.P.

Andrew Yanthar-Wasilik

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