Gann gave much attention to grain markets, and in particular Wheat, Corn and Soybeans. Gann had a Wheat chart back to 65 BC, which Baumring took back to 1200 BC.
Long historical data made Wheat a premier market to study long term cycles, and grain markets depend on weather, a secondary phenomenon which Gann also studied and analyzed.
Among professional traders, risk management is understood to be the absolutely most fundamental element leading to successful trading, because with proper risk management one can use randomly generated signals and still trade successfully.
This is done by limiting oneís losses while letting oneís profits run.
The name Alchemy has reference to Ancient Egypt, known to Arabs as Kemi (Black Land). Al-Kemi means "of Egypt".
The Great or Royal Art of medieval philosophers predated chemistry but goes beyond material science to more subtle concern with transmutation - of base metals into gold, and of base man into spiritual man. .
One can learn much by studying the lives and achievements of the great thinkers who have shaped human history and culture.
In our biographical library we have a collection of rare texts which complement theoretical study by allowing deeper insight into the characters and deeds of many significant philosophers.
Franz Bardon's magical works present a path of initiation through 3 levels of the Tarot.
The first book teaches internal training, the second teaches the science of Magical Evocation, and the third teaches transcendental methods of the Kaballah.
Frabato presents biographical informatioin about Bardon, with commentaries by friends and students.
The Sun is the most dominant influence in our lives, and a primary source of influences from the cosmos transmitted to the Earth.
Ancient and esoteric traditions had advanced theories of solar influence.
We cover theories concerning all kinds of solar effects.
The solution to Gann's Law of Vibration from the 1909 Ticker Interview. Penicka analyzes Gann's exact words correlating them with the cutting edge science of Gann's day to develop a system which identifies the "mathematical points of force" behind all market action.
A system of order based on atomic data generates master numbers for each market structure.
W.D. Gann Works
We stock the complete collection of the works of W.D. Gann.
His private courses represent the most important of his writings, going into much greater detail than the public book series. Our 6 Volume set of Gann's Collected Writings includes supplementary rare source materials, and is the most reliable compliation of Gann's unadulterated vital work.
Dr. Jerome Baumring
The work of Dr. Baumring is the core inspiration upon which this entire website is based. Baumring is the only known modern person to have cracked the code behind WD Gannís system of trading and market order.
Baumring found and elaborated the system of scientific cosmology at the root of Gannís Law of Vibration.
There is no other Gann teaching that gets close to the depth of Baumringís work.
Los Angeles Times Article on the Sacred Science Translation Society
Louis Sagahun of the LA Times interviews Brad Stewart regarding the Sacred Science Translation Society and its roots in the esoteric theories and teachings of W.D. Gann’s Law of Vibration.
In 2007, Los Angeles Times staff writer Louis Sahagun contacted the Sacred Science Institute while doing research for his book, Master of the Mysteries: The Life of Manly Palmer Hall, for information, and references related to various esoteric subjects. During several discussions, the subject of the Sacred Science Translation Society came up and it was explained to him that the Society evolved from and was funded by a group of financial market analysts involved in research into the theories of W. D. Gann. Mr. Sahagun was surprised to learn of the cross-over of between the metaphysical sciences and a school of financial market analysis and forecasting and wanted to learn more. He discussed the subject with his editor at the Times who was also interested, and an interview was arranged soon after, which resulted in this article which was run on front two pages of the Lifestyle section in the Saturday, July 28, 2007 edition of the LA Times.
Sacred Science Institute, a small publisher, offers a different book of numbers
Investors seek keys to financial success in translations of obscure, even mystical texts
By Louis Sahagun, Times Staff Writer
Saturday, July 28, 2007
Brad Stewart was a teenage stock trader in 1986 when he went to a West Los Angeles financial bookstore and stumbled across a strange, smoke-filled back room devoted to an odd science. The co-owner of the store, Jerome Baumring, sat with his cowboy-booted feet on a desk and chain-smoked while staring through owlish glasses at a computer screen filled with stock market quotes. Baumring was surrounded on three sides by teetering stacks of books, mostly rare original editions about financial markets, music theory, astrophysics and mysticism. If properly understood, he told Stewart, the books offered the astute investor a better understanding not just of life, but of the world of finance.
Soon Stewart was "buying hundreds of books I needed to understand the subject." Over time, Stewart amassed a library of tomes on such things as Pythagorean harmonics, celestial mechanics and Jewish mysticism, and established himself as the go-to guy for such material among financial traders with similar interests. Now, the 40-year-old son of a Laguna Beach real estate investor presides over the Sacred Science Institute, a small publishing firm specializing in English translations of some of the most complicated and convoluted tracts ever written. The audience: people who see geometrical connections between the architecture of Hindu temples and fluctuations in the Dow Jones industrial average.
Stewart operates out of a chalet compound outside Idyllwild in the San Jacinto Mountains west of Palm Springs. The company operates under an unusual working relationship between scholars and translators with an academic interest in rare scientific and religious works, and Stewart's clients — about 400 people he likes to call "my financial guys." These book buyers tend to live in the world's financial centers, such as New York City, Singapore and London. The Sacred Science Institute is 12 years old and has published about 500 books, mostly rare financial market treatises. Most of his clients are fans of financial wizard W.D. Gann, whose century-old books are so dense that many students give up before gaining an inkling of his "square of nine" investment techniques. Stewart's clients aren't reading these texts to find coded references to Dell's stock price on a specific date. They read to discern larger patterns in how the universe operates.
Settling into a chair at a large wooden table in his living room and opening an elephantine edition, Stewart said, "I'll show you why my guys are into this." "This baby begins with Pascal's arithmetical triangle and logarithmic spirals," he said, "and then just keeps going and going through Hindu chakras, the Egyptian alphabet and the harmonic patterns in the stained-glass windows of medieval cathedrals." "The point is that this is a mysteriously organized universe," he said. "The market — its prices and times — move in accordance with its harmonic rhythms; there's a nonrandom element to it all."
"The point is that this is a mysteriously organized universe," he said. "The market — its prices and times — move in accordance with its harmonic rhythms; there's a nonrandom element to it all."
The big book on the table had an equally hefty title: "Natural Architecture: A Report by Petrus Talemarianus on the Establishment of a 'Golden Rule,' According to the Principles of Tantrism, Taoism, Pythagoreanism and the Kabala, Serving to Fulfill the Laws of Universal Harmony and Contributing to the Accomplishment of the Great Work." Published in 1949 in French and restricted to 252 copies for members of a secret society, "Natural Architecture" was recently translated into English by Ariel Godwin and edited by his father, Joscelyn, a professor of music at Colgate University in New York. "You don't have to get the math to understand the basic idea, that numbers are the basis of the universe," Joscelyn Godwin said. "By the time you finish reading, you believe."
As for putting that knowledge to work in the stock market, however, Godwin joshed, "I just wish I had the money, the time and the temperament to try it out." But are such things actually related to the stock price of Microsoft in the morning? "Absolutely not," said critic John Allen Paulos, a professor of mathematics at Temple University in Philadelphia. "Why not study belly button lint? The translations might be difficult undertakings, but the financial codes and formulas that people think they discern from them have nothing to do with the stock market."
"It can take years to translate some of these books. But my guys will wait, because there's no place else to get them."
Still, Stewart has his fans. Future offerings will include "The Archeometer" by Saint-Yves d'Alveydre. The works will sell for as much as $350 each, for those who wish to buy only one, and $250 for those who join the Sacred Science Translation Society. Exactly when the books will be released is hard to say. "I have no deadlines," Stewart said. "It can take years to translate some of these books. But my guys will wait, because there's no place else to get them."
Regular customers include Steve Rideout, a natural-gas trader and hedge fund developer who believes that "while the predictive world of finance is difficult," mastering the geometrical codes hidden within such works as Plato's "Timaeus" will give him just enough of an edge "to actually make some money." Commodity trader Robert Tam said two decades of intense study of the relationship between science and religion has led to spiritual renewal.
"It takes a lot of homework figuring out these ideas — initially, it killed my social life," he said. "But as I delved deeper and deeper into Plato, geometry, the movement of the planets and music, I found myself also moving deeper into my own Orthodox Judaism." Stewart appreciates such connections as well.
"This material is not for everyone," he said. "And I always tell people, 'Don't expect to read a few books and get rich.' In fact, I'm not even all that interested in the stock market anymore. "Money doesn't solve the big questions, the ones that resonate with the heart," he said. "For me and many of my financial market guys, it was simply the stick that was whacking us down the road to the real prize: a better understanding of the order of the universe."
What was that?
The Sacred Science Institute publishes works that are dauntingly complex, as seen in this excerpt from an obscure book called "Natural Architecture": "According to forma or discontinuity, the sum of the numbers, for each column, innumerates all the possible options between things defined by their number, combining these in all possible ways, and thus it signifies liberty of human will, which, being one, can at the same time be all, in that it participates in Unity but is also limited by the multiplicity of things."
Ferrera's Collected Outlooks 2008 - 2019 are like instructional manuals in the Art of Financial Forecasting, providing educational studies on market theory and technique by a highly respected forecaster.
They expand the toolbox of even seasoned traders, providing new tools and deep insights into cycles, technical analysis and Gann forecasting.
Applied Gann Theory
Supported by the cosmological theory behind Gannís work, we also specialize in practical tools needed to analyze and trade the markets.
This category will specifically focus upon the books and courses that provide very specific and applied tools from Gannís toolbox used for real time trading.
Like W D Gann, Bayer understood the Secret Cosmology behind the financial markets discovered within Ancient teachings.
His 9 books cover deep esoteric finance, including topics like Squaring of the Circle, the Ellipse, and the 5 Fold Horoscope. We do a quality hardcover reprint of each of his works and offer a 2 Volume Suede Edition of his Complete Works.
Vibration by The Patterns
Volume 1 of Dr. Lorrie Bennet's 4 volume series. A course in Theoretical Wave Mechanics as an introduction and foundation to Gann's Law of Vibration. This volume lays foundations for all Gann and Baumring's higher teachings and is an essential prerequisite to move on to the deeper levels of Gann Theory presented in Vols. 2-4.
Gann Analysis goes deeply into fields of history, economics, science, metaphysics, ancient civilizations, occultism, astrology, numerology, astronomy and time cycles.
Gann's Recommended Reading List of 90 titles laid a foundation extended by Baumring to over 500 titles,
We provide comprehensive resources on the deep principles of Gann's work.
Gold Secrets Revealed
L. David Linsky's new book "The Key to Speculation in the Gold Market" reveals a method to accurately predict when Gold will make its tops and bottoms. Gold Market projections since 1974 have an accuracy of 90-99%, and insight into previously unknown cycles will allow any trader to capture Gold's primary swings for the rest of their life.
Rudolf Steiner, founder of the Waldorf Schools, developed Anthroposophy, a science based on psychic perception of hidden elements in nature and reality.
Olive Whicher and George Adams extended projective geometry into a study of spiritual to material spaces.
Students of Gann find invaluable insights into Steiner's system, as taught by Dr. Baumring.
The Hebrew system of Gematria pervades the Bible concealing secondary teaching in a number code read only by initiates into this deeper system of knowledge.
W.D. Gann and George Bayer were two individuals deeply immersed in this form of Biblical decoding, developing systems of mathematics, prediction and astrology out of their readings.
A generalized term for any kind of metaphysical methodology for predicting future events. Examples would be psychic phenomena, reading crystal balls, scrying mirrors, numerology, astrology, and many more such divinatory techniques.
These systems are popular amongst esoteric traders and forecasters seeking insight into future events.
Metaphysics We have completed several translations of important books on metaphysics.
These include 4 works on universal harmonics by Hans Kayser, as well as "The Archeometer, a Key to All Science", "The Natural Architecture, the essence of Hermetic and Pythagorean science" and Eberhard Wortmannís "Law of the Cosmos".
Electromagnetism is a basis of Physics, but there remains mystery about the true nature of electricity.
Our books look back to the 1800ís where the subject involved vibrational physics and astronomical energy fields.
Gann was conncerned with the Law of Vibration as a principle of natural phenomena.
Space and time can be seen as the primary elements which define the container of existence in which we all function. In the financial markets we could say that Price and Time are the two primary elements which define market movement and structure.
Price is Space in the financial market cosmos, and Gann himself even referred to Space in market charts.