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.
For 20 years Dan Ferrera has been one of our most respected market analysts, with a Master’s Degree level of education in technical Gann analysis. One of the clearest interpreters of Gann, he produced his own advanced work of technical analysis, The Spirals of Growth & Decay, prior to writing detailed courses on every angle of Gann’s work
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.
Science provides vital concepts for analyzing financial markets. Studies of momentum, moving averages, pattern formation, energy, speed, power, strength, impulse, gravity centers, electro-magnetism, solar phenomena, geomagnetic field influences, aether physics, vortex systems, vibration, and wave mechanics are of significant relevance.
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.
Esoteric and Pythagorean sciences love to play with the value and meaning of numbers, from the complex mathematical theories of the Platonists, via Fibonacci’s ideas, to number progressions, ratios, proportions, sequences, and chaos theory.
We specialize in the overlap of numerical and esoteric systems positing a more integrated cosmology.
SCIENCE The Translation Society project has English translations of important books on harmonics and cosmology.
These include 4 major works on harmonics by Hans Kayser, "The Archeometer, a Key to All Science", "Natural Architecture, the essence of Hermetic science", and Eberhard Wortmann’s "Law of the Cosmos, decoding Plato’s Timaeus".
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.
Introduction to The Archeometer
By Dr. Gérard Encausse (Papus) & The Friends of Saint-Yves
Saint-Yves d’Alveydre & his Work
An excellent writer, a sociologist of high caliber, a great historian, an orientalist possessing a complete command of Hebrew and Sanskrit, a remarkable musician: Saint-Yves d’Alveydre generously fulfilled all the requirements of Esotericism.
His initiatory path was always one of suffering and sacrifice. He was initiated into the Western tradition by the highest Centers, and into the tradition of the East by two of the highest dignitaries of the Brahmanic Church, one of whom was the Brahatma of the holy Centers of India. Like all the pupils of true Eastern initiation, he had all the notebooks from the lessons, and each page is countersigned by the Brahmin responsible for transmitting the holy Word.
Reading these notebooks requires profound knowledge, not only of Sanskrit and Hebrew (which the Brahmins of high initiatory degrees know in depth), but also of primitive languages whose adaptations are hieroglyphs and Chinese characters.
Besides knowledge of the Vedas, and consequently the holiest Mantras, the seven meanings of Sepher, and the Kabbalistic keys, the “Intellectual Master” held the true proof of his degree: the living key, permitting one to transform, in immediate application for man, art, and society, the knowledge that would otherwise constitute a mere encyclopedia of beautiful things, dead and frozen.
Beneath his fingers, the rhythms of ancient druidic songs took form, prodigious and disturbing; the secrets of the ancient Gothic forms of architecture and future buildings of iron and glass were voiced, translating the words of Christ and the angels of revelation into architectural language. And I could follow my argument through pages and pages without reaching the depths of this admirable science, which was so admirable simply because it was living, and which was living simply because it had its source in the Principle of Love.
Writers and artists were touched by Saint-Yves’s poetic works: the Lyrical Testament, now lost, his various poems to the Queen of England and the sovereigns of Russia, and above all his magnificent Victorious Joan of Arc, which we cannot recommend too highly to artists worthy of the name.
As a sociologist, Saint-Yves dedicated the greater part of his life to the defense and diffusion of a certain form of social organization: Synarchy.
Synarchy is by no means a new social movement. It was in operation in humanity thousands of years ago. The 900 pages of Saint Yves’s Mission of the Jews are devoted to demonstrating this thesis throughout universal history.
The Mission of the Sovereigns and True France demonstrate how immediate progress will be achieved by the application of Synarchy to our current social forms in all countries.
An immense misfortune struck Saint-Yves suddenly. The companion to whom he had devoted his entire life was taken by merciless death, despite Saint-Yves’s sleepless nights and months of struggle. At this moment he revealed himself as a husband worthy of his name and title, in the Christian sense of the term.
This death, which could have destroyed everything, saved everything. From the deepest despair, the voice of the dear departed resonated, and from then on, as an angel from on high, she accompanied all the efforts of the poor exile here below.
Under the direction and inspiration of the departed, new works of an entirely new character were born: the Archeometer and its applications came to see the light of day.
What is the Archeometer?
The Archeometer is the instrument used by the Ancients for the formation of the esoteric myths of all religions. It is the canon of ancient Art in its various architectural, musical, poetic, and theogonic manifestations. It is the Heaven that speaks: every star, every constellation becomes a letter or a phrase, or a divine name lighting the ancient traditions of all peoples with a new day.
Saint-Yves applied Archeometric keys to a new translation of the Genesis of Moses, in a work that is sadly little known: The Theogony of the Patriarchs. Together with the Vulgate, Fabre d’Olivet’s translation, and other earlier attempts, this new adaptation of the words of Moses in Saint-Yves’s rhythmic prose is of greatest interest to the members of all the Churches of Christianity, pastoral or secular.
Over time, Saint-Yves, initiated directly by the Hindu Brahmans, wrote his Mission of India, in which the question of the “Mahatma” is resolved definitively and clearly. His “friends” have reverently reprinted this work, of which all but one example had been destroyed.
Thus, here is a subject of study for future critics, or rather, many subjects, and we do not know what posterity will find most striking: the author’s immense erudition, his style as personal as it is brilliant, or the exalted revelations of the initiate and historian.
A Note by the friend's of Saint Yves d’Alveydre
Barely two years have passed since our venerable master, quitting the visible world, passed through the Gate of Souls to be united forever in the divine Word with that angelic soul who, although invisible, was always his support and his life here below.
The passing of this brilliant genius caused a number of his disciples to come forward from all sides, and we can only be happy that some of these converts of yesteryear, with a little too much neophyte zeal, attempted to persuade themselves and others that they were truly the depositories of the Master’s highest confidences and his most intimate thoughts. Needless to say, they all had complete possession of the Archeometer, whose exact description, which we have from the very hand of its Inventor, has heretofore been entirely unpublished.
Some have not hesitated to give Qabbalistic interpretations to this Instrument of interpretation. Others, who do not blush in claiming knowledge of the utmost secrets of Archeometric Science, promise grandiose and phantasmagoric Initiations which, thank God, will never exist except in their impetuous imaginations. Finally, others, all the while invoking Saint-Yves’s name, serve up lucubrations to their readers exhibiting an anticlericalism and antipapism that is truly far too rudimentary and juvenile, worthy at best of an electoral village subcommittee or a lodge of the tenth order of the Grand Orient of France. During the Master’s lifetime, such writings would have gotten their authors pilloried for the use of even one of those stinging words of which he had the secret.
Among those spirits who read and appreciated Saint-Yves sincerely, some may have wondered why his Friends have shown so little enthusiasm in defending his memory. The reason for this is simple. A being such as himself, whose passing we can never lament enough, does not need to be defended; although dead on Earth, he is powerful enough to defend himself alone, having left behind enough unpublished works to close the mouths of all imposters. The work we publish today is a resounding proof of this. Its hour has come, the hour desired and chosen by the Master, and like a thunderclap, it drowns out all the nonsense produced under his name in the last two years.
This book, the complement and final seal to the Missions, is the true Introduction to the Study of the Archeometer. Never, in any of his previous works, did Saint-Yves reveal the foundation of his innermost thoughts as much as he does here; never, in any other work, did he scrutinize the Mysteries so boldly; and never has he revealed himself so completely as in this work.
He is no longer merely the Christian genius, the inspired reformer of the Synarchy that we will rediscover; he is the true successor of the ancient Nabis, the last Prophet. A terrible flame burns in the work of this modern Isaiah, every bit as severe for contemporary Pharisees and Scribes as was the son of Amos for the scholars and priests of Judah. Equally terrifying are his visions regarding the future of France and Europe, today fallen back into the worst of Pagan Anarchy; many, alas, have already been fulfilled, while others are on their way to being accomplished. Indeed, had we not heard the reading of these prophecies from the very mouth of the Master more than seven years ago, beside the infinite Sea that gave them, if possible, even more breadth and majesty, we might have believed them to have been written after the fact.
But as he points to the catastrophes imminent for peoples subject to the unrelenting Laws of historical Cycles, his heart bleeds before this Fate, which seems inevitable, but which might still not happen. And he adjures his human brothers to abandon the false path and follow the true Path, which he has already shown them for twenty years, and which he shows them still. He beseeches them, finally, to give a true testing to the only means that can still oppose Fate and save Humanity. And in this he is a true man, a man to whom “nothing human is alien,” and this is not the least of his entitlements to our veneration and our deepest affection.
As indicated by certain allusions to contemporary events, the work we offer to the public today was written around 1903. We reverently gathered scattered notes and complete sections, and in this we wished to be strictly nothing but the simple organizers. Of this we forewarn the reader, who will then understand why we had to place one fragment, written in a completely different manner and style from the rest of the work, in an appendix. We have preserved and published this incomplete fragment with the conviction that it will be read with pleasure by all those who have known the Master and visited him; for there they will find him complete with all that fine irony, effervescent spirit, and exquisite mixture of Attic and Gallic wit which lent so much charm, originality, and occasional surprises to his most elevated and serious conversations.
As for the form and division of the work, we need not discuss it; it is clear enough, especially now that plates from the Archeometer have been circulated and reproduced far and wide.
Bill Meridian is an old friend and we stock all his books. Bill began applying computers to financial astrology in 1983, and developed a collection of horoscopes for major markets and companies.
He was ranked #2 in stock market timing in the USA in 2013 by Timer Digest. His books are staple requirements for anyone wanting an education in AstroEconomics!
Dewey's Cycle Analysis
How to Make a Cycle Analysis. By Edward R. Dewey. Written in 1955 as a correspondence course, this how-to manual provides step-by-step instructions on all elements of cycle analysis, including how to identify, measure, isolate and evaluate cycles.
The most detailed cycle course ever written, by the founder of the Foundation For The Study of Cycles.
Bradley's Stock Market Prediction. 100 Years of Siderograph Charts and Software. The Siderograph Indicator is a market model used by many analysts to give current turning points and trend indications for the markets.
This book includes the original text and charts for 100 years from 1950 to 2050, along with the software to produce the charts.
Trading Selene’s Chariot
Sean Erikson, a professional trader and fund manager, presents a set of highly refined tools for advanced swing trading based upon principles of celestial mechanics and ancient geometry.
Developed and refined over 3 decades of research, trading and professional management, his astro-trading tools represent the culmination of a lifetime quest.
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.
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 (Socrates’ teacher), filtering through many channels to become the basis of Western Philosophy, Science and Esoteric traditions.
The Tarot, also known as the Book of Wisdom has a long and interesting history reaching back to its first documented appearance in the 1500’s.
Legend atributes the Tarot to Ancient Egypt and a supposed underground temple with images on the walls.
The symbolic cards passed down via wandering "gypsies", and were commonly used in fortune telling.
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.
In ancinet times architecture often incorporated esoteric knowledge almost lost today, but encoded secretly into many existing ancient monuments.
Geometric principles of divine proportion govern the complex forces underlying financial markets as well as architecture.
We have one of the largest collections of books on these subjects in the world.
In ancient times science and philosophy were interwoven, such as in the ideas of Pythagoras, Plato, Aristotle, the Alchemists.
Philosophy is at the root of human knowledge, and we specialise in systems of thought and ideology, particularly concentrated upon alternative and classical works.
There is a long tradition of the use of instruments to read subtle energy forces in nature, through the use of subtle measuring devices like dowsing rods and pendulums.
The Jesuits were famous for finding water sources, showing advanced knowledge of using these techniques.
The scientific name for this practice is Vibrational Radiesthesia.
Sean Erikson, with 25 years' experience, provides powerful astro-tools for advanced swing trading based upon celestial mechanics to consistently predict the angle of attack or slope of a forthcoming trend.
A simple astro-timing tool gives the next 1-3 turns out and a geometrical price projection tool gives 2 probable price projections for each move.