Not everyone has the skill, experience or desire to make forecasts of market phenomena, so they turn to experts who provide information to help anticipate market trends.
Our top analysts provide forecasts or reports for different markets to help traders understand market action and get educational guidance with trading or investments.
W.D. Gann’s original work is a critical element for any Gann researcher, but many find Gann’s deeper work challenging without help from well-seasoned analysts and traders.
We offer valuable secondary works presenting and developing Gann’s ideas: the best teachers in this field are not so much competitors, but fellow contributors to ongoing research.
The stock and commodity markets have a history stretching over millennia, from the Bible to the present day, furnishing data on sun spots, planetary changes, weather cycles, volcanoes, earthquakes, solar variances, and other influences on financial markets.
Gann charted Wheat back to 65 BC and Baumring took this back to 1200 BC.
Plapcianu followed Baumring's lead into the core of Gann's Cosmological System, cracking Gann's Squaring of Price and Time.
He quantifies Gann's innermost system demonstrating how markets move in multi-dimensional Space & Time, including new and sophisticated trading algorithms which generate 4000% annualized returns.
Baumring Financial List
Dr. Baumring compiled long reading lists even more comprehensive than Gann's, comprising works having key elements directly applicable to Gann Theory and Cosmological Economics.
Any student wanting to explore particular fields in depth will find Baumring’s lists to be indispensable, since they over important but unfamiliar topics.
Zen and Chan are similar terms from Japanese and Chinese systems of Buddhism, but they originate from the Indian word Dhyana, loosely translated as "meditation".
Zen is a mind science, giving direct access to the core layers of mind.
The origin of Zen is in India, home of Buddhism. Allan Watt’s called it "Hinduism stripped for export".
We don't cover all theories of modern or academic physics, but specializes in unusual books relating to applications connected with such topics as financial forecasting, and alternative or ancient cosmology.
We cover theories like electromagnetism, energy grids, vortex systems, wave theory, vibration, relativity, power laws and hyper-dimensions.
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 Gann’s system of trading and market order.
Baumring found and elaborated the system of scientific cosmology at the root of Gann’s Law of Vibration.
There is no other Gann teaching that gets close to the depth of Baumring’s work.
Hans Kayser Master of the Science of Harmonics
About the Author
The Sacred Science Institute is honored to be involved in supporting the work of the Sacred Science Translation Society through translating the complete works of Hans Kayser, the great master of Harmonics which forms the basis for Gann’s Law of Vibration.
Kayser’s Textbook of Harmonics is a 600 page masterpiece on the science and technology of harmonic vibration as an ordering principle or control factor behind all universal form, structure and process. Gann developed much of his Law of Vibration through the Natural Sciences of the late 1800’s.
Hans Kayser was a contemporary of Gann and took a similar interest in the science of vibration, applying it to the fields of science, cosmology, philosophy, architecture, botany and much more. As such, it is one of THE most important source and reference works for any serious student of Gann Theory.
Hans Kayser was born on April 1, 1891, in Buchau am Federsee, Germany.
In his youth he flourished as a musician and painter. As a young man he would often express a heartfelt reverence for nature combined with a solidly scientific approach; this respect for the patterns building the universe must have grown from his father’s influence during his formative years.
In 1911 Kayser undertook music studies at the Berlin Academy of Music. He first studied composition with Engelbert Humperdinck (whose teaching style he strongly disliked), then quickly transferred to Stuttgart to study under Joseph Haas; but after a few months he returned to Berlin, not to resume his studies at the Academy, but instead to pursue private lessons. Thus, in April 1913, he began lessons with Arnold Schönberg.
Schönberg gave Hans an excellent background in harmonics and composition theory, though they eventually quarreled; Schönberg, despite recognizing his student’s great gifts, advised Kayser that he should not become a composer since he was more philosopher than musician. Despite their differences, Kayser later remembered Schönberg fondly, in particular the gift for painting that both men shared.
World War I
With the outbreak of World War I Hans joined the army voluntarily as this meant he could choose which regiment to serve in. His military service was marked by a series of lucky and rather humorous accidents .
Following the end of the war Kayser studied art history with Prof. Hans Preuss, and wrote a dissertation drawing parallels between Fra Angelico’s art and the Summa Theologica of Antoninus Florentinus.
By then, Kayser’s literary career had begun: 1919 saw the publication of the first volume of Der Dom: Bücher deutscher Mystik by Insel-Verlag, a collection of writings on mysticism by authors including Johannes Kepler, Jakob Böhme, and Paracelsus, edited in part by Hans Kayser.
He bought a printing press in 1922, with which he produced various small publications, mostly ephemeral; this project did not last long, but gave him some experience in book design that he would have opportunities to use later.
Kayser's Orpheus was published in 1926, followed by Der hörende Mensch (The Hearing Human) in 1932.
Life & Writings Throughout World War II
Hitler was now on the rise to power, and some of Hans’s writings had been suppressed because of his anti-Nazi sentiments. The Kaysers’ financial situation was worsening, and had they remained in Germany, there might have been great danger, since his wife Clara was of Jewish descent. They were saved by an unforeseen circumstance: Gustav Fueter (1889-1948), a prominent Swiss businessman, became Hans’s patron by moving him and his family to Switzerland and supporting him financially for two years. Like Kayser, Fueter believed that the development of harmonics as a science had the potential to improve the human condition.
Hans Kayser enjoyed a singular friendship with his first patron, instructing him in harmonics even though Hans was not a born teacher, and undertaking works in which the whole Kayser family was involved (most notably Blätter für harmonikale Forschung, a 15-volume collection of essays distributed to a very limited circle).
Due to evolving personal differences Fueter ceased his support of Kayser in 1936. Not long afterwards Clara managed to secure the patronage of Hermann Rupf, another wealthy businessman with a strong interest in the arts. This paved the way for the publication of Vom Klang der Welt (The Sound of the World, 1937),Abhandlungen zur Ektypik harmonikaler Wertformen (Essays on the Ektypics of Harmonic Value-Forms, 1938), and Grundriss eines Systems der harmonikalen Wertformen (Plan for a System of Harmonic Value-Forms, 1938); these three books would form the major part of the foundation for his Lehrbuch der Harmonik (Textbook of Harmonics).
Kayser continued to work under Rupf’s patronage during the war years, resulting in the publication of Harmonia Plantarum (1943), dedicated to the memory of his father and their botanical explorations; and the 2-volume set Harmonikale Studien (Harmonic Studies, 1946-7). The Lehrbuch was the culmination of his career, not only in its magnificently all-embracing content, but also in its presentation; the original oversize edition, produced on high-quality paper with multiple folding plates, was a testimony to Kayser’s technical knowledge as a printer and his discerning taste in design.
Hans lost his German citizenship in 1940, and was without a homeland until 1948, when he was granted the rare privilege of becoming a Swiss citizen.
A trip to southern Italy in 1954 formed the basis for Paestum (1958), a harmonic analysis of Grecian architecture that offers some astounding revelations about the designs of ancient monuments, while at the same time painting a moving and evocative picture of the harmonist’s solitary quest for ancient knowledge. In Paestum, Kayser’s great learning and wisdom are conveyed in a more fully matured style than ever before, making what would be his final work—besides Harmonikale Symbolik, published posthumously—a true masterpiece.
Kayser’s Passing & Legacy
Hans Kayser died peacefully from heart failure on April 14, 1964, after a relatively short illness. He was 73. He was survived by his wife, two daughters, and five grandchildren. He also left behind a library of approximately 4,500 volumes. During his lifetime, Kayser authored a total of 15 books and 45 essays, as well as 32 musical compositions.
Ammann, Walter (ed.). Hans Kayser: zum 100. Geburtstag am 1. April 1991: Biographische Fragmente. Bern: Kreis der Freunde um Hans Kayser, 1991.
Haase, Rudolf. Hans Kayser: Ein Leben für die Harmonik der Welt. Basel: Schwabe & Co., 1968.
The Hans Kayser Website
For a vast resource filled with Hans Kayser and Harmonics writings, visit our Hans Kayser website: www.hanskayser.com
Here you will find the following sections of Kayser writings and resources:
The first release in our project to translate the complete works of Hans Kayser.
The Textbook is THE MOST IMPORTANT WORK ON HARMONICS AND VIBRATION EVER WRITTEN!
This course is the equivalent to a Ph.D. in technical and historical harmonics and musicology, and there is no work ever created or conceived which touches the depth of knowledge and scientific application of this masterpiece!
Harmonia Plantarum by Hans Kayser ( $175.00 )( Discount Price: $100.00 )
German Edition 1943. 350 Pages - with numerous plates and illustrations.
This is Kayser's extensive work on the Harmonics of Plant Forms, filled with fascinating diagrams of the structure and harmonic relations of plant forms.
Paestum by Hans Kayser ( $150.00 )( Discount Price: $100.00 )
German Edition 1958, Translation Society Edition 2010. 205 Pages, with 50 plates and illustrations.
This is Hans Kayser’s primary work on the Harmonics of Architecture, using the temple at Paestum to demonstrate how Sacred Architecture is constructed according to Harmonic Proportions.
A Harmonic Division Canon
A Harmonic Division Canon by Hans Kayser ( $75.00 )( Discount Price: $50.00 )
German Edition 1946, Translation Society Edition 2010. With 20 plates and illustrations.
This interesting, shorter work by Hans Kayser gives a harmonic analysis of the human body, and its proportions. The collection of essays by Kayser’s student Rudolf Haase presents a number of very interesting essays on the History of Harmonics and its relations. Also included is Hans’ Kayser’s Horoscope with a brief analysis.
German Edition 1943. 175 Pages With plates and illustrations
This is Kayser's introductory work on his Doctrine of the World Harmonic, and an essential introduction to the subject of Harmonics and lead in to the Textbook of Harmonics. An excellent work to introduce one to the subject and to Kayser's approach to the topic.
Akroasis by Hans Kayser ( $75.00 )
Our Hans Kayser Translation Project through the Sacred Science Translation Society and Sacred Science Preservation Foundation is an ongoing non-profit project to bring ALL of Kayser’s important work into English for wider consumption. We have translated the 1st four of approximately 12 Volumes of Kayser’s work, and plan to continue the work until the series is completed.
The Gann Pyramid, Square of Nine Essentials. By Daniel T. Ferrera. A groundbreaking course on the Square Of Nine, Gann's most mysterious calculator.
This course explains the essence of this fascinating tool and its useful principles, with detailed expositions of key applications to the market. Gann's most secret and powerful trading tool!
Books by and about the geometrical techniques of Dr. Alan Andrews, developer of the Pitchfork, the ML Line and a number of excellent geometrically based tools.
George Bayer's Works
Complete Works Of George Bayer. 2 Vols. Vol 1. - George Wollsten: Expert Stock and Grain Trader - Turning 400 Years of Astrology to Practical Use Vol 2 - The Egg Of Columbus - Traders' Hand-Book of Trend Determination - "Money" or Time Factors In The Market - A Course In Astrology - Bible Interpretation - Preview of Markets - Gold Nuggets For Traders.
Law of Vibration
The Law of Vibration 4 Volume Series by Dr. Lorrie Bennett on Gann analysis explains the scientific foundations behind W.D. Gann's forecasting system, the Law of Vibration. Dr. Bennett is the first person since Dr. Baumring to solve much of the puzzle left behind by Gann! V1-Patterns, V2-Numbers, V3-Planets, V4-Geometry.
Biographies of market masters, traders and historical figures in our field.
The Square: Quantitative Analysis Of Financial Price Structure by Catalin Plapcianu develops the science behind Gann's Squaring of Price and Time. Proves that financial markets are mathematically controlled and predictable. A deep insight into Gann and Baumring's deepest system which tracks energy through the space/time matrix.
In Gann’s day the two primary focuses for trading were stocks or commodities, but most principles taught for stock equally applied to commodities.
Without ignoring Gann’s commodity work we provide works focusing on equity markets and individual stocks, or discussing the stock market, revealing valuable techniques with a scientific or esoteric perspective.
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.
We have many books on initiatory systems and the exploartion of human potential.
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 Wortmann’s "Law of the Cosmos".
The origin of modern chemistry goes back to the mysterious science of Alchemy, which originated in Ancient Egypt, know to the Arabs as Kemi, the Black Lands.
Alchemical experiments with chemicals and compounds led to the modern science of chemistry, although Alchemy incorporates spiritual and esoteric elements missing from chemistry.
Much science from the 1800’s postulated a 4th Dimension, often considered to represent Time, in relationship to 3-Dimensional space.
Gann himself posited the idea of space itself being a 4th dimension in the markets, which requires the Gann theorist to become familiar with complex and often metaphysical theories of extended dimensionality.