Transcendental operator
I'm not entirely sure, about its actual use case, but got me thinking, its pretty cool spell
Transcendence operator is such operator, which returns a tuple containing objects of same order, for any algebraic structure with elements, that have taxonomic properties <==> elements belong to two or more disjoint sets, where every set for all their elements satisfies a predefined inequality relation, dependent on the generative context. Specific inequality relation, is given, by binary inequality relation, between the edges starting from the common point(point of categorical divergence).

## Example

Let's for take this diagram for example. In this case, if we specify the inequality relation by the rule
$\vec{h} > \vec{v}$
, then
$\forall{x,y} \in X, Y | y > x$
For example in context of standard algebras, Y and X can accordingly represent: Operators and numbers(values). Every operator is higher order object, than any number. Sorry, I'm kinda disabled when it comes to handwriting lol
Think about it as kinda teleporter/transformator, which for particular generative elements, gives you flattened structure containing, all generated objects grouped into well-typed comparable(hierarchical) categories.