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.
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. .
Magick in the Western Esoteric tradition represents a Western equivalent to the internal training systems that are found in Eastern traditions, but is focused on the development of human powers and abilities.
These include mastery of physical, emotional and mental bodies, control over the elements and development of psychic perception and influence.
The Canon refers primarily to an ancient esoteric system of knowledge and cosmology encoded into temples, artifacts, art and monuments.
The Egyptians had a specific Canon to lay out the grids upon which they designed their art, and there are also canons of proportion used in the Renaissance, as well as by later artists, geometers and musicians.
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".
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.
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.
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.
Cosmological Economics in Theory & Practice
Roger Babson’s Forecasting Tools Predictive Techniques from the Man who Applied Newton’s Laws to the Financial Markets
Roger Babson—proponent of the application of natural law to financial forecasting—built a $50 million fortune before the mid 1900’s.
He developed a forecasting service based upon the principles of Sir Isaac Newton’s principle that, “for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction”.
Babson graduated from M.I.T. in 1898, and in 1907 first experienced the chaotic nature of markets by witnessing a massive stock market collapse, with the market falling from 111 to 60 in a very short period.
While seeking an industry to which he could apply himself that would give him the opportunity to produce “repeat” business, the field of financial information struck him as a useful endeavor, and he built a massive fortune providing such information through his company, Babson-United Investment Reports, which survived him by decades only to close in 2001 with the advent of Internet.
Aside from Newton’s theories of Gravity and Action/Reaction, two other books inspired Babson’s thought surrounding the markets, Samuel Benner's famous book, Benner’s Prophesies of Future Ups and Downs in Prices and a book by Henry Hall, How Money is Made in Securities Investments, (both foundational texts in Dr. Baumring’s Courses and reprinted in our catalog) that influenced his ideas regarding the financial markets. He was guided by a particular quote from Benner:
“There is a time in the price of certain products and commodities, which if taken by men at the advance leads to fortune, but if taken on the decline leads to bankruptcy and ruin.”
Babson’s Chart & The Normal Line
Working with an old colleague and teacher from M.I.T, Professor George Swain, who had originally given him the idea that Newton’s theories could be applied to financial markets, Babson developed a chart using the principle of action and reaction above and below a “normal line” which would help to analyze and predict financial market movement, famously called the Babson Chart.
In his analysis, a “normal line” is drawn through the chart, essentially representing the average curve of the market movement over an extended period of time. Periods when the market moved above this line were considered to be times of prosperity and periods when the market moved below it were times of recession or depression.
Dr. Jerome Baumring on Babson
Baumring used to discuss this chart in terms of “the area above the curve” and the “area beneath the curve”, explaining that according to Newton’s Law that every force must have an equal and opposite force counterbalancing it, Babson would calculate the sequential “areas above or beneath the curve” in reference to those of the past. In so doing Babson was able to forecast not only the times of prosperity or depression, but also the degree and length of those periods. In Babson’s autobiography, Actions and Reactions, he explains:
“Our contribution to the analyzing and forecasting of business conditions was in connection of the areas above and below this Normal line. Other systems of forecasting considered only the high and low of the charts, while our studies considered the areas of the charts. Based upon Newton’s Law of Action and Reaction, we assumed that after a depression area, equal in area to the preceding area of prosperity, had developed, another area of prosperity would be due. In making these studies we took cognizance primarily of the shape of the areas.”
The full details of Babson’s theories and applications of his Newtonian forecasting principles were never made public but were passed on, at least in part, to two of his associates George Marechal and Dr. Alan Andrews, both of similar fame in different circles, though not of as great fortune, as Babson became one of the richest men of the 20th century.
Dr. Andrews provides just about the only explanation of:
“The application to price fluctuations of Newton’s law of physics to which the late Roger Babson attributed his fortune of over $50,000,000. The Action and Reaction Rule states that these are equal and opposite.” But he continues by elaborating a set of tools and rules for this Newtonian analysis, describing “how drawing a single line will enable you to know where the price of any stock or any future is now headed and the probable time it will reach there.”
Andrews explains how Babson:
In gratitude to Newton, established the Gravity Research Foundation now located at New Boston, N.H., and went to England where he was able to buy Newton’s former home. He then transported the study where Newton made his discoveries to the Babson Business Institute, and you may visit and sit in this beautifully paneled room...
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.
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.
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.
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.
Weather has a strong influence on the potential prices of crops, so Astrological weather forecasting was of great interest to market analysts.
We publish George McCormack's Long Range Astro-weather Forecasting which is considered one of the better classics.
A.J. Pearce also wrote some sections on weather forecasting which are classics.
We have many books on initiatory systems and the exploartion of human potential.
Sacred Geometry explores natural order representing foundational templates of the cosmos, via special proportions like "phi", the Divine Proportion, ubiquitous throughout nature as a primary generating and ordering principle.
Musical harmonic ratios dominate sacred geometry, showing how nature is a form of frozen music.
Kayser, the greatest scholar of harmonic science, was far ahead of his time, penetrating the depths of ancient esoteric Pythagorean Tradition to present a universal Law of Vibration.
His "Textbook of Harmonics" provides the most valuable insight into Gannís Law of Vibration of any resource.
We have so far translated four of his works into English.