The Market Timing Report. Andrew Pancholi, Cycles Analysis. A monthly market timing letter provides an evaluation of the S&P500, the Dollar, Crude Oil and Gold.
Each month shows what markets have critical cycles approaching or key turning points for the immediate future, highlighting important setups and timing points for traders.
The two fundamental elements of reality are space and time, and of the markets price and time.
Gann always said that Time is the most important variable.
If you know exactly WHEN to place your trades, when the market will turn, top, bottom, react or breakout, you will be able to trade or invest with great precision.
Gann Reading List
In the 1940ís Gann published a 2-page list of about 90 Books that he stocked and sold to his students, known as "W. D. Gannís Recommended Reading List".
Each book contains some component of Gannís system of knowledge essential for piecing together his system.
Any one book may have one simple idea critical to Gann's perspective.
The Law Of The Cosmos, The Divine Harmony According To Plato's Republic/Timeaus, and The Platonic Riddle Of Numbers Solved contains 100s of sophisticated diagrams on Sacred Geometry, Pythagorean and Platonic Number Theory, Harmonics and Astronomy with analysis, elaboration of Universal Order and Cosmic Law.
Books exploring the human spirit, its state and development and relationship to higher planes and beings. General works on spirituality that are otherwise hard to categorize.
The Sacred Science Translation Society began in 2004 as a project to translate important and rare works on Cosmology and Esoteric Science into English.
Donors and Contributions raised $40,000 to translate masterpieces from French and German on critical subjects in Harmonics, Geometry, Esoteric Mathematics, and Ancient Cosmology.
A branch of Chaos Theory, fractals are beautiful self-similar patterns mathematically generated from non-linear equations.
Fractals apply directly to financial market phenomena, and time-periodic market charts show that similar patterns permeate each time level.
Gann and Baumring saw common patterns foreshadowing coming events within consistent 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.
OrpheusINtroduction & Table of Contents
Translated by Ariel Godwin
By Hans Kayser
Table of Contents
First chapter. The lambdoma and its relation to the problem of the overtones and undertones.
Second chapter. On the sound in the stone. Crystallography.
Third chapter. The Oth-Aleph and the star of the pleroma. The formulae of harmonics.
Fourth chapter. Number and sound. Mathematics.
Fifth chapter. On the sound in the microcosm. Atomic theory.
Sixth chapter. Doctrine of color. Physics, optics.
Seventh chapter. On the sound in the macrocosm. Astronomy.
Eighth chapter. Sound and growth. Geology, botany, zoology.
Ninth chapter. Sound and form. Architecture, art.
Tenth chapter. Doctrine of harmony. Tonal system, music theory.
Eleventh chapter. Man, tone, and rhythm. Anthropology, history, periodicity.
Twelfth chapter. On intuition. Philosophy, language, psychology, ethics.
Finale. View of past and future.
The Sacred Science Institute’s Hans Kayser project, which has so far issued English translations of Harmonia Plantarum (first published 1943), A Harmonic Division Canon (1946), Textbook of Harmonics (1950), and Paestum (1958), now presents Kayser’s first and least known book: Orpheus I. Morphologische Fragmente einer allgemeinen Harmonik, erste Lieferung (1926).
The nature and circumstances of these “Morphological Fragments of a Universal Harmonics” are nothing short of extraordinary. Under the prophetic name of Orpheus, Kayser (1891-1964) intended to erect a monument to rival Albert von Thimus (1806-1878), whose Harmonic Symbolism of Antiquity (Die harmonikale Symbolik des Alterthums, Cologne, 1868, 1876) had opened his imagination to harmonics as the universal key. Thimus had addressed it only as a historical phenomenon, concentrating on ancient Greece, Egypt, and China. Kayser intended his Orphic project to bring harmonics into the modern world by showing its application to the sciences and humanities, and its spiritual value for the present and the future.
Kayser’s grand plan was to cover the entire field of arts and sciences, harmonically treated, in twelve “chapters.” The present work was only the “first instalment” (Erste Lieferung), comprising the general introduction and chapters 1 and 2. A prospectus inserted in the book outlines the complete plan, followed by a laudatory essay and inviting subscribers. It suggests that future chapters are well underway by reproducing two diagrams from them: “Harmonic analysis of the hydrogen spectrum,” from the fifth chapter, and, in four colors, “The diatonic circles of the combination types,” being table 8, figure 9 of chapter 3. According to Rudolf Haase, from whose biography (Hans Kayser. Ein Leben für die Harmonik der Welt, Basel: Schwabe, 1968) most of this information is taken, Kayser did complete the third chapter in manuscript. He awaited a favorable response from critics and subscribers, but was disappointed. The scientific and musicological press took almost no notice of the work, and what they did say was discouraging: Kayser’s addressing the reader with the informal du was inappropriate for an academic work; the presentation was too flamboyant, etc. Besides, after 1926 Kayser’s personal finances took a turn for the worse. For several years he supported his family by playing the cello in a nightly cinema orchestra. The political horizons darkened for liberals like himself. Only after his timely move to Switzerland in 1932 under the patronage of a far-sighted businessman, Gustav Fueter, was he able to resume, in the words of Haase’s title, “a life for the harmony of the world.”
The high-flown rhetoric of the prospectus matches the extravagance of Kayser’s ambition and of this lone completed monument. It speaks of the aspirations after Germany’s defeat to revive the best of its prior culture. For Kayser this included the Rhineland mystics of the late medieval period (Meister Eckhart, Tauler, Ruysbroeck,); the blending of science, alchemy, and occultism in Paracelsus; the mystical theosopher Jacob Boehme and his followers; the philosopher-scientists Kepler and Leibniz; and Goethe’s synthesis of a poet’s eye with a new scientific outlook, leading to the Naturphilosophie (philosophy of nature) of the Romantic period. Before specializing in harmonics, Kayser had studied all of these and edited two series of mystical writings: the popular series Der Dom (the cathedral) and his own Chorus mysticus (mystical chorus). Somehow he found time to write a dissertation, too, on “Literary Parallels between Fra Angelico’s Representation of the Last Judgment and the Writings of Antoninus Florentinus” (Erlangen, 1925).
As the overture to a work of Wagnerian ambitions, the present volume sets the tone of what is to follow, then exemplifies the themes and methods that will be used henceforth. The tone of the Introduction is earnest and we might say religious, only it is subservient to no particular religion but rather to the metaphysical principles behind them all. Readers familiar with the modern “Traditionalist” current identified with René Guénon will recognize the impersonal application of universal principles—in Guénon’s case, geometric (as in The Symbolism of the Cross); in Kayser’s, harmonic. Those more familiar with the work of C. G. Jung will recognize Kayser’s distinction of the ego, with all its problems, from the impersonal Self. Anthroposophists, about whom Kayser was at first scathing but later more sympathetic, will notice similarities to Steiner’s instructions for a higher perception of the natural world. All four—Kayser, Guénon, Jung, and Steiner—were concerned to give meaning to a postwar world in which materialism was asserting its claim as the only viable philosophy.
Following this introduction, Kayser explains the lambdoma, the diagram named from the Greek letter Lambda, Λ, which encompasses the integer series and its reciprocal fractions. The two large folding plates of a triangular and a square lambdoma (Tables I and II), enlarging on prototypes in Thimus’s work, are a marvel of typographical intricacy. All of Kayser’s harmonic writings presuppose an understanding of this diagram and some sense of its musical nature. The ability to hear tones in one’s imagination has nothing to do with “perfect pitch,” but it does require familiarity with the basic intervals, so that when a perfect fifth is mentioned, the inner ear responds. Some time spent experimenting with a string—a cello or guitar string will serve in lieu of a monochord—will go far to clarify the Pythagorean insight into the link between tone and number, on which all harmonics rests.
The second chapter plunges us into the realm of crystallography, a territory as unknown to many readers as it was to the translator. In the spirit of Naturphilosophie, and of esoteric philosophies in general, it sees all of nature as alive and to some degree conscious. For Kayser, this life and consciousness are proven by the presence of harmonics as determinants of crystal growth and geometry. All his evidence and its illustrations come from the researches of Victor Goldschmidt (1853-1933), the founder of modern crystallography, who presumably consented to this extensive borrowing from his works. Because crystal formation relates closely to solid geometry, Kayser reprints a rare article by Christian Samuel Weiss (1780-1856) on the proportions of the Platonic and other regular solids, these also favoring harmonically significant numbers. The widow of Hans Hauswaldt (1851-1909) allowed Kayser to enhance his work with her husband’s photographs of polarized light through crystals.
Kayser’s lavish use of material by these specialists explains, to some degree, how at the age of 33 he could confidently promise to cover all the disciplines listed in Orpheus’s twelve chapters. Although the original research was not his own, his omnivorous mind enabled him to absorb it and fit it into his global vision. This he would pursue against all odds and the indifference of the academic world, right up to his metaphysical masterwork Orphikon, issued posthumously (1973) by his faithful Basel publisher, Julius Schwabe. Although Orpheus went off like a solitary rocket, by the end of his life Kayser had fulfilled its promise, and more.
If the reviewers thought Orpheus’s presentation too extravagant for a musicological textbook, they were right. The book comes in a green clothbound slipcase with a discreet label: Orpheus. Erste Lieferung, and measures 18½ by 12¼ inches (47 x 31 cms.). When the three-colored folding plates are opened, it spans 4ft. 2ins. (127 cms.). The paper is handmade, the margins wide, and the fonts are roman and italic, rather than the Fraktur, so offputting to non-German readers. The endpapers are solid scarlet facing metallic gold. The sixteen cyanotypes of crystal radiances are individually glued in. In short, it is a bibliophile’s treasure for its size, its quality, and its rarity, since no more than 200 copies were printed and there has never been a reissue. No American library claims to own one.
Although Orpheus was copyrighted in 1926, Kayser always dated it to 1924. That was the year in which he published a pair of modest “Papers around Orpheus” and issued prospectuses that invited subscribers to the central work, promising the first instalment for December 1925. He intended to print and publish it himself. In 1922, during the German monetary crisis, he had sold his private library to a Dutch dealer for hard currency, and invested it in printing equipment. He set up his printshop in a disused Berlin bathhouse and for a few years produced finely printed editions of his own and others’ writings, some as jobbing work, some under his own imprint of “Kunst und Technik” (Art and Technology).
Further information on the printing history of Orpheus comes from a Hamburg auction house, which in 2019 offered a separate publication of the 27-page Introduction (Einleitung) on handmade paper, full format, and paper covers, remarking that “The work appeared in 1924 from the Kunst und Technik press, but remained unfinished after only one instalment. Gustav Kiepenheuer took over the remainder and printed a new title page.” The Kiepenheuer Verlag in Potsdam specialized in art books and bibliophile editions. It did indeed publish and copyright Orpheus in 1926, but apparently Kayser had already printed the Introduction, if not the whole book, on his private press.
For the bibliographic record I will add that in both copies to which I have had access, Table III is lacking. It was reassuring to find in a bookdealer’s catalogue the statement that “According to the publisher, the missing Table 3 would be included in the final instalment, which never appeared.” Evidently some copies of Orpheus contained an apology to that effect. Moreover, our two copies have a significant difference. In one, the first chapter opens with the quotation from Iamblichus on Nicomachus (p.19, below) and continues through the quotation from the Tao Te King. There follows a rather pedestrian explanation of overtones, undertones, and the universal law of polarity, with a long footnote dissenting from Helmholtz’s theory of overtones and rejecting equal temperament. The text resumes with the analyses of the lambdoma at the bottom of p. 20, below. The other copy, which I translate from here, opens the chapter with the passage evoking Northern Light, quoting Goethe, and intimately addressing the reader. The explanation of overtones is cut by a half and enlivened by mention of Schoenberg, bells, organ stops, the clarinet, and an experiment with the piano. Kayser cleverly managed these improvements by reprinting only a single folio sheet comprising pages 1-4. He must have kept some copies of the first state, for he inscribed this one to “Herrn F. Charbonnet, in memory of his Berlin sojourn, August 1929.”
There follows a translation of Kiepenhauer’s prospectus, with a reproduction of its modernistic cover which may or may not contain some harmonic-geometric secret.
Edward Dewey specialized in cycles, and formed the Foundation for the Study of Cycles. We publish his 650 page Magnum Opus, How To Make a Cycle Analysis.
Dewey also developed his Unified Field Theory called The Theory of Laminated Spacetime, presenting a scientific system behind market causation similar to Gann and Baumring.
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Baumring Metaphysical List
Dr. Baumring compiled long reading lists much more comprehensive than Gann's, covering all areas of the markets, science and metaphysics.
Baumring read 1800 words a minute and had a photographic memory, so he was able to collect a vast set of source works in his 10,000 volume library.
Around 500 are highly relevant to Gannís work.
There are many important non English Language esoteric and scientific works which we have in our archives but have not, as yet, been translated into English.
Some important books in this section have already been translated by our Translation Society, and we intend to translate others in the future.
Our collection contains a selection of works on physical development and health, from yoga, to theories of nutrition and the like based upon esoteric ideas and principles developed in different schools and traditions of thought.
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.
There are a many important historical figures in the field of science and cosmology, like Pythagoras, Plato, Hermes, Bruno, or the misrepresented Isaac Newton.
The work of these outstanding men contributed a great deal to our extended fields of knowledge.
We specialise in books exploring the work of past masters who contributed so much.
The vortex, a key element of 19th century aether physics, was critical to W.D. Gannís market science and was taken up by great thinkers like Walter Russell and Edwin Babbitt.
Vortex and Toroidal energy theory provides a dynamic space-time model of energy fields from human and plants to planets, suns, solar systems, and galaxies.
Daniel T. Ferrera
Our most popular author, Dan Ferrera is a master of making complicated ideas easy to apply. His 9 courses present KEY elements of Gann Theory and Technical Analysis including Time Cycles, the Square of 9, Periodicity, Price Structure, Swing Trading and Risk Management, providing advanced tools for the average trader.
Magic Words Thru the Zodiac cracks the complex symbolic code that W. D. Gann used within "The Tunnel Thru the Air".
It unveils a Masonic Gematria cypher which serves to decrypt references and clues concealed in names, dates and other key words thru the text.
These conversions are used to determine anchor points for important market cycles.