The following quote is from Andrew W. Hartsook’s book CHRISTIAN SCIENCE After 1910 (page 196). It is a paragraph from Mary Baker Eddy’s Last Will and Testament. Since the item is “4” I feel that what is written in the following paragraph has to do with the divine calculus — the Word, the Christ, Christianity, and Science. More specifically, it has to do with the squared-cycle (or if you prefer, the squared-circle) of Science.
“4. I give and bequeath to Mrs. Pamila J. Leonard, of Brooklyn, New York, the sum of Three Thousand Dollars ($3,000); to Mrs. Augusta Stetson, of New York City, my “crown of diamonds” breastpin; to Mrs. Laura Lathrop, of New York City, my diamond cross; to Mrs. Rose Kent, of Jamestown, New York, my gold watch and chain; and to Henry M. Baker, of Bow, New Hampshire, my portrait set in diamonds.”
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