It's absurdly long and complex, you can tell that much. Attempts to distill it or speed it up fail uniformly, and thus you begin it the long and hard way. While you aren't a trained mathematician, you are superhumanly intelligent and bolstered by as many means of supernatural power as you can lay hands on.

The math is intensely beautiful and complex, like entire worlds in each long equation that describes but one point of the great Prophecy of Primus and its conclusions. It's like reason, thought and power were distilled into formulae. It's like reading math with each number or letter beyond a word of power, resonating with the greater document in ways you can't even begin to comprehend.

You're certain a lesser mind would go mad merely reading this.

You're also certain it is the greatest thing you've ever read, as if Creation was formulated and expressed through this Prophecy.

After a day of study, you're convinced of one thing: You could spend eons plumbing every bit of the calculations here, and thousands and thousands of eons coming to fully appreciate and understand what Primus has written. Yet you begin to see the basics of it, the very beginning of it.

You also believe that you can go in several directions from here, all given from the insight of your research chops.

You could continue to study the Prophecy of Primus directly, learning more about it and gaining further insight in general.

You could attempt to find some bit of useful formulae and study it, and perhaps gain an insight and power from it.

You could attempt to find a trained mathematician or numerologist, which would doubtlessly provide additional insight and aid.

You could attempt to bolster your lawful nature somehow, as surely the unity would make it easier to understand such a fundamentally lawful thing.

You could attempt to find a way to make the words of power and the greater structure illuminate the way - high difficulty but possibly high reward, and possibly dangerous as well.