How to Trade Like W. D. Gann, by Timothy Walker. Provides profound insights into Gann's Mechanical Trading Method thru a detailed analysis of 322 trades from 1915-1931 presented in WD Gann's US Steel trading course.
Shows how Gann turned $3000 into $6 million, generating 1337% returns in 8 months. Gain insight into one of the great traders.
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.
W.D. Gannís original work is a critical element for any Gann researcher, but many find Gannís deeper work challenging without help from well-seasoned analysts and traders.
We offer valuable secondary works presenting and developing Gannís ideas: the best teachers in this field are not so much competitors, but fellow contributors to ongoing research.
Most people never give thought to the idea of a calendar and how we organise the passage of time.
The days of the weeks and months, and the number of months each year are important influences on our experience of reality.
We present many works on the exploration and meaning of time vis numerous calendar systems.
Celestial Mechanics deals particularly with the motion of celestial bodies, especially the solar system, but also wider regions of cosmic space.
The subject explores the relationships and processes of heavenly bodies, examining cycles of time, motions of celestial bodies, and the influences between cosmic and local forces.
Non-linear dynamic mathematics, known as Chaos Theory, seeks order in seeming random patterns, exploring subjects like Fractals, System Mechanics, Lorentz Attractors, and more.
Dr. Baumring originated the idea that Chaos theory provided insight into market phenomena, and later the great Mandelbrot tried to apply Chaos theory to the markets.
Videos and DVD
Our ever growing collection of videos of lectures, films, documentaries covering subjects in our fields of interest. We keep our eye out for interesting and informative documentaries and add them to our catalog to help promote interesting ideas that are not so well known.
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.
Sacred Science in Theory & Practice
The Philosophical Foundations of Sacred Science
Finding Order in Randomness
The search for order within chaos is a quest that stretches back to the earliest reaches of human thought. Since ancient man’s first development of science and philosophy, two fundamental positions have vied for dominance. One claims randomness to be the underlying factor of the universe, while the other argues that order pervades this entire cosmos, and that the perception of randomness is merely an artifact of an ignorance yet to be penetrated.
As humanity advances from one scientific revolution to the next, from Renaissance to Enlightenment, through Einstein’s Relativity to high energy particle physics, pushing ever forward into sciences of greater order like Chaos and Complexity Theory, Superstring Theory, and M Theory, one thing is forever assured, that where once chaos reigned, now order dominates!
Yet still, we see the arguments of the random theorists persist within fields where their viewpoints are as yet incapable of penetrating, arguing with all the passion of the religious fundamentalist that the claim of order in some complex systems is even unscientific, when in reality, such a discovery would represent the epitome of scientific method.
Finding Order Within the Limits of Our Tools & Beliefs
In the same way, the modern economic theorist who believes in Random Walk Theory, may find himself denying even the possibility of order within a complex social system like the financial markets. Sacred Science theory would argue that this denial is due to the fact that their limited tools are incapable of quantifying such order, while their belief system is incapable of accepting that such order could even possibly exist.
The implications of such an unknown order or causation existing beneath what have always been considered random phenomena, and between what have scientifically been considered to be disconnected material and non-material elements of reality, would be so revolutionary as to force the redefinition of the fundamental assumptions underlying our entire interpretation of the universe and our position within it.
Leaving Room for That Which We do Not Know
Such considerations cannot be dismissed by any truly objective thinker who possesses the intellectual integrity to fully investigate the data before making an uninformed judgement. Such judgments would, in truth, be nothing more than meaningless dogmatic opinions, as lacking in intellectual honesty as the dogmatisms expressed by the ignorant religious fundamentalist.
Sadly, many scientists and academics today lack the intellectual integrity to objectively explore theories and evidence that fall beyond the scope of their dogmatic belief systems. In the evolution of science over the last 100 years, the limited biases of militant materialism and logical positivism have infested the scientific community causing what was once an objective scientific tradition to degenerate into a narrow-minded and dogmatic scientism that plagues much of modern mainstream society and academia today.
The Sacred Science Institute looks back to the traditions of old wherein the investigation of reality and natural phenomena were done without the stagnant preconceived notions that hinder the modern dogmatist, whether scientific OR religious, as our position lies somewhere closer to the center between both. With an open mind and the tools of rigorous analysis, we seek evidence of correlation between uncorrelated fields that would never be considered within more limited and rigid systems of thought, if not being outright rejected without consideration, as many cutting-edge ideas commonly are today.
Reimagining the Future with Help from Ancient Knowledge Traditions
We have discovered that there are traditions of knowledge reaching back to ancient times that possess insights into the interconnectedness of all things, both material and nonmaterial, which have been all but lost today. In appreciation of this, we turn to resources that have been missed or ignored by modern thinkers and revive traditions of thought and knowledge which have been discarded or lost to the modern world. Our catalog of reprints represents what we have discovered to be the most valuable and useful of these traditions, permanently preserved for the of the out-of-the-box thinkers of tomorrow.
Back at the turn of the 20th century, the academic scientists of the day thought that they had explained all there was to know of the material world. Looking back at them now, we smile condescendingly, knowing just how wrong they were! Similarly, when we look ahead to the science that will exist 100 or 500 years from now, we must ask ourselves, “What will they understand and smile about, that we are totally missing today?”
Sacred Science is one branch of this science of the future that we feel has been missed or ignored by the mainstream thinkers of today. It has the potential to open the doorway to the kind of insights that have the power to redefine the scientific, social, psychological, economic and spiritual traditions of mankind in ways that are hard to even imagine.
Ultimately, this branch of science leads to a quest for a fuller understanding of the Universal Cosmology behind all things. Sacred Science is but one application within this grander theory that seeks to unveil as yet unknown universal correlations, causations and order within seemingly random and mundane phenomena.
Idealism VS. Materialism
“The Universe begins to look more like a great thought than like a great machine.”
– Sir James Jeans, British Astrophysicist, The Mysterious Universe, 1930.
Returning to our quest for order within randomness, we must ask ourselves, if the assumptions of randomness within the financial markets could be proven to be wrong through the elaboration of a mathematical order or the demonstration of a process of cosmological causation or correlation behind such complex social and psychological systems, would this not require, if not inspire, a revolution in scientific, social and economic theory at the very least?
Such a revelation would force a reevaluation of all scientific and social theory from the ground up. It would fundamentally redefine the synergistic relationship between man and his environment, psychophysiology and cosmology. This theoretical dualism again characterizes an ancient debate between traditional idealism and modern materialism.
Idealism: Our Universe as an Extension of Mind
The history of the world, in every tradition as far back as human thought reaches, fundamentally defined the universe from what would be considered a perspective of “idealism.” Idealism sees the material world as being the extension of a mind, energy or consciousness based field underlying and empowering it. In this tradition, the universe is seen as unfolding out of this unified field, manifesting through a hierarchy of dimensional planes ranging from the highly subtle, if not unmanifest, to the concrete and tangible physical universe.
From this perspective, the material planes are seen as a subset or extension of the more subtle energetic realms, which serve as the source of all material reality, and provide the order and laws which govern it.
Materialism: Can it be Proven in a Quantum World?
In contradistinction to this traditional perspective, only in modern times (with a few schismatic older roots) has there developed a school of scientific materialism which has promoted an alternative perspective positing the material universe as the ground of existence, with all non-material elements such as individual or mass consciousness being merely secondary artifacts of a biological brain, without which all consciousness and subjective orientation is incapable of existing. Such a perspective denies the vast range of metaphysical possibilities which exist in idealism, limiting all reality to nothing but pure matter and the direct consequences of it. It is essentially an exact reversal of the perspective of idealism.
However, as science progresses further into the more rarified realms of high energy particle physics, quantum mechanics and Relativity, the materialistic model begins breaking down, and objective phenomena begin to be defined by more abstract elements like energy and fields, and the line between matter, energy and consciousness begins to blur. Paradoxes like Schrodinger’s Cat begin to demonstrate that the interdependence between the observer and the object observed is something that cannot be discounted, and that objective, material reality may not be something as solid and clearly identifiable as people think. Similarly, Relativity begins to distort the meaning and experience of time as it is perceived from different vantage points, even bringing into question the validity of our linear experience of time altogether.
In fact, in the same way that materialists often demand that idealists “prove” the existence of abstract elements, consciousness fields or religious principles like God, the same question can be reversed upon themselves. If one demands that materialists provide “proof” that the objective material universe even exists at all, and is not simply a conceptual construct of our subjective consciousness, like a dream, materialists are just as incapable of proving that existence as a spiritual person is of “proving” the existence of God to a materialist. Any person with the capacity for deep thought is capable of engaging and proving this simple thought experiment for themselves, and any honest rational thinker will see that both lines of thought lead to the same inconclusive ends.
The logic of such the argument runs as follows:
All evidence of the existence of the material universe is, first of all, only obtained by the action of an individual’s subjective consciousness, and any scientific tool of measurement is nothing more than the extension of one of our physical senses, the input of which is known only by the associated brain using that tool.
Similarly, all scientific laws, principles and theories are nothing but mere mental constructions developed by the subjective thinker using his brain and subjective awareness.
Our Unanswerable Paradox
Since it is impossible for anyone to “know” anything without the use of this subjective consciousness or awareness, the material universe can ONLY be known to exist within subjective consciousness. And since all perception, awareness, measurement, conception of the universe only exists within and through the subjective consciousness, there is no way to “prove” that the universe itself is not merely a mental projection or conception of that subjective consciousness.
In our dreams, our internal universe is perceived to be just as real as in our waking state, and it has been scientifically proven that our body and brain waves respond to these dream states exactly as they would to the real, “objective” world. As the ancient tradition so aptly tells it, the great Taoist sage, Chung Hua, awoke from a dream in which he had been a butterfly flying from flower to flower… but upon a moment’s reflection pondered:
“Was it Chung Hua dreaming that he was a butterfly, or is it the butterfly now dreaming that he is Chung Hua?”
This is an unanswerable paradox which undermines the position of the materialist once and for all, leaving the basis of their supposed “objective reality” as nothing but a subjective proposition. Every scientific instrument is nothing more than an extension of one of our physical sensory mechanisms, all of which are tendrils or extensions of our brain and mind or subjective consciousness. As such, no scientific instrument can be absolutely verified to be perceiving an absolute objective reality that exists on its own outside of our subjective consciousness. Remove that subjective consciousness and the objective universe ceases to exist right along with it.
Understanding this paradox leaves the contemplative thinker in position of greater humility and unknowing of the true relation between the subjective and the objective, the ideal and the material. This being the case, it is due time that mature minds put aside unexamined prejudices and instead open to the possibility of a broader vision of reality. In so doing, we do not propose the abandonment of scientific method, but rather call for a broader application of that method, not restricting it to merely materialistic phenomena, particularly since the scientific method itself is nothing but a subjective exercise upon subjectively percieved phenomena.
Re-examining The Scientific Method
Now that materialistic objectivity has been called into question, let’s also address rational objectivity and the relationship between preconceived notion and unbiased exploration. True scientific method is intended to operate from a mental position of pure rational objectivity, engaging in repeatable experiments to determine the potential validity of hypotheses developed from research or theoretical reasoning. Sadly, many modern scientists have lost the objectivity required to honestly conduct such research, and instead often evaluate alternative theories from a position of rigid pre-conceived notions and dogmatic belief systems which contaminate the results of their observation.
In so doing, much of modern academic science has lost its true scientific standing and has instead become the violent defender of opinion based dogma, rejecting without consideration theories that fall outside the purview of its materialistic belief system, just like the Church in the Middle Ages fought to uphold its rigid dogmatism in the face of scientific research and evidence. The Church placed Galileo under house arrest for claiming that the Earth circled the sun, and that moons did the same with planets and refused to look in the telescope to SEE that easily proven truth. In the same way, many scientists refuse to even look at the evidence provided by Sacred Science, let alone engage in an objective rational exploration of its possibilities with an open and explorative mind. And so have the tables turned…
Much of modern academician deals with issues like the mysteries of ancient civilizations, or PSI phenomena, healing, mysticism and the like by simply ignoring the issues, or denying that they exist at all other than as some kind of delusion. This sort of “sweep it under the run and hope no one notices” type of approach worked fine back in the day when knowledge was restricted by the control of academic institutions. But with the advent of the Internet where people can share and discover information from independent sources, academia is losing their stranglehold on public information, and the common sense of a wider public is calling such dismissals into question.
Our exploration of Sacred Science is based upon a perspective that rejects the institutionalized dogma of today which considers markets to be a random and unpredictable phenomenon, and instead seeks to understand and develop a wider universal theory that extends beyond the boundaries of modern random walk theory, and its basis in materialistic science. This is done through extensive research and experimentation to develop working hypotheses which prove an interconnectedness and perhaps even causation between these physical and mathematical laws of the cosmos, and these subtler, yet still universal elements of social and psychological phenomena like civilizations, governments, companies, individuals and their creations such as the financial markets.
Donald Bradley is famous for creating the Siderograph model of market action, and he wrote other astrological books which we publish in our Collected Works of Donald Bradley.
His Siderograph Model is famous for providing an almost perfect model of market action over the year. Our course has 100 years of Siderograph models (1950-2050).
Keys to Speculation
Keys to Successful Speculation by Daniel T. Ferrera is an applied technical trading system using the essentials of risk management with Gann based swing trading.
This course has everything a trader needs to go from "0" to being a successful trader, including account management, risk management, trading strategy, entry & exit signals.
We maintain the largest collection of secondary works on Gann Theory in the world, publishing many books written by top Gann experts and experienced Gann traders.
We continually review work by other Gann experts, filtering out the highest quality material for inclusion in our catalog in order to satisfy the needs of our demanding clientele.
Hasbrouck Space and Time
With rare research from the 1920ís through the 1970ís, the Hasbrouck Space-Time Archives studied market influence based on Solar Field Force.
Muriel Hasbrouck, aided by her husband Louis, researched solar phenomena, space weather and earthquakes in relation to market forecasting, producing a well-received forecasting letter for 30 years.
Prandelli's work is popular with swing traders due to the usefulness of his Gann tools which project Key Price Levels and Cyclical Turning Points.
His courses use Gann's Planetary Longitude Lines and Master Time Cycle combined with his KEY Risk Management and Trading Strategies to produce10-15% monthly returns consistently.
A detailed exploration of W. D. Gann's Mechanical Trading System illustrating Gann's trading strategy over a period of 15 years when Gann turned $3000 into $6 million, producing a 1400% return in 8 months. This study provides the foundation that Gann required for ALL students, which still works today producing 570% return in the S&P in 2014 in 3 months!
The wisdom teachings of the Egyptian "Thoth" (the Greek Hermes) were preserved in the Hermetic Arcana, translated from Greek by Ficino during the Renaissance.
These trace back to the likes of Pythagoras and Solon (Socratesí teacher), filtering through many channels to become the basis of Western Philosophy, Science and Esoteric traditions.
Hebrew culture has great traditions of wisdom, mysticism and cosmology, the deepest of which is the Kabbalah.
We focus especially on Gematria, the Tree of Life, and the Kabbalistic coded language widely developed in Magical traditions.
Gann used Kabbalistic codes, creating hidden meanings such as found in traditional texts like the Bible
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.
Yoga is an Indian system of human development with many branches and schools.
The word Yoga means "yoke", as in yoking a horse to a carriage, and Yoga gives methods for man to link himself to the Divine.
Yogic systems include Laya Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, Raja Yoga, Jnana Yoga, Kriya Yoga and Karma Yoga.
Since Plato the principle of Aether, a subtle universal plenum filling space and responsible for propagating forces and energies, along with Earth, Air, Fire and Water, has been a core universal element.
Until the late 19th century, scientists, including Einstein, and most cosmological systems, incorporated the principle of Aether as being fundamental.
The Precession of the Equinoxes, of vital importance in the ancient world, relates to the passage of our solar system through 12 cycles of 2620 years over a 25000 year period.
Ages of change (as in The Age of Aquarius) occur every 1 degree, taking 72 years, with longer cysles such as the Platonic Year, the Yugas, and the ages of Iron, Bronze, Silver and Gold.