This is a continuation of last week’s post: LINK

The complex power tower is defined by an `infinite tower’ of exponents:

The sequence of successive approximations to this function is

If the sequence converges it is easy to solve numerically for a given .

In Part I we described an attempt to fit a logarithmic spiral to the sequence . While the points of the sequence were close to such a curve they did not lie exactly upon it. Therefore, we now examine the asymptotic behaviour of the sequence for large .