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).
Behind the Veil
Behind the Veil, by Dr. Alexander Goulden is one of the favorite courses of technical analysts and serious traders. Based on scientific principles identifying Price Levels, Time Turning Points, and Trends, thru Harmonic, Astronomical and Geometrical Techniques developed by a Cambridge Scholar. A new angle on 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.
Books on the psychological element of the markets and trading. These works cover both how markets are influenced by the psychology of the individuals behind them, as well as the actual psychology behind trading for the trader.
In the esoteric tradition the use of symbolism as a communicative form has been taken to its highest representation.
Reading the symbols of the ancient systems takes great study and the development of intuitive insight, which can take many years of training.
Ultimately, the symbolist learns to read the world itself as the Grand Symbol of the Mysteries.
The Tarot, also known as the Book of Wisdom has a long and interesting history reaching back to its first documented appearance in the 1500ís.
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.
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.
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
What Is Sacred Science An Introductory Overview
Sacred Science encompasses a vast body of wisdom teachings which embraces the whole scope of historic and modern Metaphysical and Esoteric Sciences and Arts.
The Sacred Science website makes available a rich collection of resources spanning the ages from the most ancient Wisdom Traditions of humanity up to modern esoteric scientific concepts.
We extend our modern scientific research into the deep study of Financial Markets, applying ancient concepts such as the Laws of Vibration and Harmonics to technical analysis of subtle natural, mathematical and geometric principles underlying Market Trends.
In applying Sacred Science to the Financial Markets, we have coined the term "Cosmological Economics", a new and cutting-edge paradigm which integrates the principles of scientific cosmology with economic theory producing powerful applications in financial market analysis and forecasting. This field has emerged from a long tradition of investigation into correlations between universal order, mathematics and natural science on one side, and patterns of mass psychology and human behavior on the other. The fundamental premise of Sacred Science is that market movements are not random, and that through the use of cosmological ordering principles, financial markets are predictable!
You will find much information on this significant practical application of Sacred Science on this website, but if you are seeking more detailed information on Cosmological Economics you will perhaps enjoy a visit to the website of our sister institute, the Institute of Cosmological Economics
We have compiled a long history of impressive forecasts and predictions that have been documented over 100 years, produced by a variety of analysts and forecasters with different approaches and skill sets, during different historical time periods. These analysts have left records of their market forecasts and financial models which have predicted market behavior with an accuracy that is far beyond the possibility of chance correlation. Sacred Science is the science behind such financial forecasting methodologies, elaborating both the theoretical foundations as well as the practical technologies through which such forecasts can be produced.
There are numerous approaches used to create such forecasts, such as cyclical analysis, energetic modeling, mathematical series, harmonic composition, geometrical projection, periodicity sequencing, structural analysis, sympathetic resonance and more. But the fundamental premise remains the same, that behind the phenomenon we call “the financial markets” lies a system of order that can be defined and predicted using the scientific principles which underlie certain systems of ancient, modern and alternative cosmology.
Stock Market Science: The Subjective & Objective Fields
There are two primary fields of influence lying behind this science, an internal and an external, or a subjective and an objective. The core premise behind the subjective element is that the financial markets are essentially a “barometer of mass human psychology”. A market is nothing more than the measure of the conjoined summation of all thought and feeling behind or about the value of a particular entity or product like a stock or a commodity. Some markets are even comprised of non-real, conceptual entities like indexes or ETF’s, options and derivatives, which are just purely theoretical entities with absolutely NO physical existence whatsoever.
A “market” then, for any such entity, is the summation of all investment decisions engaged in by the mass of society “trading” that particular entity. And the “decisions” that are made through the buying and selling of stocks and futures of any kind, come directly from the mind, emotions, and overall psychology of the traders involved.
The Subjective Dimensions of Stock Markets Movements: Human Hopes, Fears & Indecision
That psychology is influenced by a wide range of factors such as study, intelligence, information, emotion, and experience, which vary from person to person, from moment to moment, and continuously shift and change according to the immediate circumstances of the individual and current situation of the world. Every individual continually processes a combination of both his own individual internal experience, and his external collective experience, these two elements engaging each other in an ongoing feedback loop. The entire collective body of traders or investors in any market engage in the same process, creating what we define as “mass human psychology.”
There are only three possible directions in which the market can move: up, down and sideways. Correlatively, there are only three summational influences of human psychology as applied to making a trading decision, which are hope, fear and indecision.
With hope, the market rises. With fear, it falls. And with indecision, it goes sideways…
Extreme forms of these would be euphoria and panic, which are what produce parabolic spikes and crashes. The model need not be complex, simply a range of three general psychological states with their three correlative market responses will serve to provide a general psychological theory of the markets.
The secondary or objective form of influence behind the markets is caused by external physical or social phenomena which will vary for each market, having greater effect on some and little on others. Here we are talking about elements like weather, war, political upheaval, supply, demand, natural disasters, government control, social trends, the business cycle, and all other such external factors which may influence the markets.
Beyond Duality: Pattern, Repeatability, & Cycle Theory
However, we do not necessarily consider these factors in the way that a fundamental analyst would. Whereas a fundamentalist would look at each of these elements as a cause in itself, we look at them more deeply, seeking a sense of possible order or even causation behind such elements, looking for patterns or influences which may directly or indirectly affect them.
For instance, when one examines either weather patterns or the business cycle, one can easily discover that these events occur according to regular time periods which can be explained by cycle theory. There are both long term and short term cycles which have been proven to influence weather patterns, though the actual cause is as yet still a field of active investigation.
The Business Cycle
The Business Cycle, which by its very nature is defined as a cycle, and has been plotted out through history by many academic scholars, the ex-Fed Chair, Paul Voelker, even acknowledging the undeniable effects of its influence. But how often do you hear anyone ask whether there may be some kind of plausible explanation behind such a cycle, some potential cause? Is this not the next logical step in such a consideration? Yet very few seem to ask this question, as if a “cycle” were just an entity unto itself with no cause or correlation.
It is exactly these kinds of causes and correlations that Sacred Science seeks to examine. Within this paradigm, such questions represent the next logical step in this field of exploration. We simply ask WHY?
Why do weather patterns fall into regular cycles?
Why can the Business Cycle even be defined as a cycle that has shown itself throughout history for 100’s if not 1000’s of years?
Is this not the next logical step that a rational mind observing a phenomenon would ask about something that is, as yet, unexplained?
Is it not within the purview of scientific method to engage in such inquiry and investigation?
By analyzing systems of ancient and modern cosmology, Sacred Science examines the potential correlations between such seemingly disconnected events as financial markets or business cycles, being a mass social or psychological pattern, and natural phenomena, which are strictly governed by the laws of science and mathematics.
It asks the simple question: could there be an as yet undiscovered cause behind or correlation between these seemingly disparate events? And the answer we discover in our analysis is YES! Indeed, there is, at the very least, some kind correlation between these events that has been well documented over long periods of history!
Sacred Science: The Quest for Causation
Ultimately then, the field of Sacred Science seeks, at most, the discovery of an unknown, underlying system of cosmological order or causation behind mass social patternings like the financial markets, or at the very least, to provide some kind of explanation for this documented pattern of mysterious correlation between such phenomena. In either case, the results will inevitably define some unknown degree of order in what is currently considered by modern science to be a totally random or chaotic phenomenon.
Either discovery would be powerful, the lesser providing a valuable methodology for forecasting financial markets based upon the know correlations, even if the reason for those correlations remained unknown. But the former would be so radical as to inspire a revolutionary breakthrough in modern scientific, economic, and social theory, the like of which would force a complete reevaluation of the fundamental principles of science and the nature of reality itself.
T. G. Butaney, a famous Indian astrologer, wrote 3 books on astrological financial market forecasting and horse racing prediction.
His books were judged "The Best Money Minting Books on Speculation and Racing By Readers All Over The World", and explain Market Forecasting, Race Astrology & Numerology and Handicap Formulae.
How2 Trade Like Gann
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.
Long Term Investing
The time window is a main consideration when investing.
Position trading methods will be of importance to the long term investor because he will want to know when to expect his greatest returns, and when to exit or hedge his position.
Much of Gannís work focuses on long term market movements, as he always tried to see the BIG picture.
Position trading is an approach recommended by both Gann and Baumring, saying that there were maybe only about 4 good trades per year in any market. Markets would go into congestions of accumulation or distribution for years awaiting a new trend, and meanwhile one trades other markets. Gann taught the same principles on his higher level, saying that MOST money was always made in following a strong trend.
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. .
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.
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 Wattís called it "Hinduism stripped for export".
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.
We may be indebted to Ancient Greece, but Greek knowledge derived from Ancient Egypt, and Hermes Trismegistus, the Thrice Great Hermes is the Greek name of Thoth, the Egyptian God of Knowledge.
Hermetic teachings were first translated into Western languages by Ficino at the dawn of the Renaissance, forming the inspiration for modern esotericism.
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.
Pythagoras, educated in Egypt and India, later founded a school on the Isle of Samos. His system of the Quadrivium: Arithemetic, Geometry, Music and Astronomy, the 4 Classical Liberal Arts, provided a foundational curriculum for centuries.
Pythagoras has been a major influence on many thinkers, including, Plato, Kepler and many modern philosophers.
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.