by the Numbers The 2nd Volume in The Law Of Vibration Series

This book will provide the initial unveiling of the 13 Sacred Numbers, revealed in the secret code hidden in The Magic Word, that are the basis for Gann’s system and the natural law/logic behind them. No one would know how to use those numbers unless they have worked through the wave mechanics presented in Volume 1. This book is the primer for putting those numbers into wave form using a simple mathematically sequenced wave structure to teach it.

So far in the Law of Vibration series the process of developing wave formations has been presented to help you train your mind to see the interval waves and their interactions in an idealized/perfect structure (Book 1), and this book has presented the ideal/sacred number intervals that are used to build those waves, how to develop a number set that is created by the interaction of at least two major intervals that are in a market. (Book 2). Included is an introduction to the tools that are helpful in analyzing the chart to identify the major wave formations in a market, break them down into their lower waves structures as well as applying the number set.

In this book a system of vibratory numbers will be revealed that allows one to easily build the dominant (Primary) and Sub-Dominant (Secondary) cycles in a market. More tools will be presented that help in understanding the vibratory structure of the market and its use. These tools are primarily Gann in nature such as the Fans, Squares, Number Squares and many of the various number charts Gann utilized in his work.

Also within the works is the Periodic Table of Numbers which helps to reveal the “hidden octave” of the square root of two as well as the measures of

PHIandPIand their source calculations within the very Structure of Numbers. Then by utilizing the developed Structure of Numbers and the techniques of Waves from Patterns one will be able to build a cyclic wave form that correlates to the markets they are drawn from. Techniques as well as theoretical development of those techniques will be discussed which will increase the students understanding of how to apply the Structure of Numbers as shown in the Periodic Table of numbers to project both time and price.Numerous example Charts of the numerical LOV will be developed showing why the lows of a market can predict the very structure of that market. Also included are templates to allow the student to develop their own understanding of Gann’s Master Charts and how to utilize the information contained in evaluating the market’s time and price. Additional evaluation of the event of Attenuation from Patterns will be developed as well as presentation of the underlying number structure of the waveform.

The element of Number sets will be presented as a technique to determine the numbers which are active in a Market. This draws from Baumring’s numerous examples of utilizing Primes and divisions to develop the active number sets. Numerous examples will be presented which will provide the student with sources to develop their own number sets to define their markets as well as example markets showing the presence of those number sets working in a market.

The utilization of square roots and cube roots will be investigated explaining the why of many techniques developed over the years to explain the markets. It is the goal of this text to reveal the hidden structure of the numbers as they pertain to the markets. Giving the sacred numbers and their source as well as the relationships between those numbers that allows the student to quickly sort the numerous measures of a market into the active cycle lengths and the associated number sets.

The harmonic and musical structure of the market will be defined, calibrated and orientated to the cycle structures provided by Gann. The use of the Square of 9 as a musical octave calculator will be elaborated. The theory of how markets can be read as music will be fully explained.

I am aware that all would like to have the whole of the Law of Vibration at once, but it is being released in steps to allow the student time to absorb each part of the Law and to force them to study, practice and apply each step along the way because if you miss a step, the Law is not as clear, and its usefulness diminishes with each missed step.

I have broken the series into points where if the information is taken and applied the student could continue to progress in the Law even if no other books were purchased. This makes the work available to all at least in some form. Don’t expect mastery in a few days, weeks or even months. As each step was taken in my research, a span of years could occur as I practiced the steps and watched what was occurring in the charts.

It is my hope that by presenting this information, it will shave at least a decade off your studies and path to mastery, but you must still perform the exercises and spend the time drawing on charts. But having this knowledge will speed up the path and bring you to an awareness of its full potential faster.

My prayers are with you,

LVB

## The Whole Wide Wonderful World

The whole world is very intimidating and overwhelming. Due to this, man has spent eons observing his world and then making it less intimidating and manageable for life? How does he do this? He divides his world into parts. He takes one part of life and creates divisions that allow him to slowly comprehend his world. Let us begin with what man perceives. He sees light and color, so he took all the light that he sees and divided it into colors such as yellow, red, blue. Those he labeled primary colors. Then he discovered that by blending those colors together you found other colors. Red and yellow made orange, blue and yellow made green, and red and blue made brown. And after a while, he had so many colors that he created shades of green, shades of red, shades of a color he was trying to describe. In this way, man organized color so that he could talk to others about what colors he was experiencing. He then had to teach others about colors and so as kids would say…. school began.

He took sights, sounds, touch, taste, temperature and created divisions that could be used to describe his world. Then he went further and began dividing up the celestial sphere into signs, the world into countries or continents, even the spoken word became a division of sounds called phonics. Everything is divided. What is key, is to share what you have divided, explain how many divisions were created, and what each division stands for.

If you divide colors, it is what that color looks like, sounds are divided into different tones, touch into what it is, a temperature, a vibration, a texture and all the other things that define the characteristics of what we experience in interacting with our world. What man never agreed on is how many divisions there needed to be. Some divided by 2 for male and female, others by 4 which are the number of seasons for most of the geographical regions where man lives. Some divided by 10, or the number of fingers on the hands and toes on the feet. Some divided by other divisions that were not always evident, such as the division of numbers beyond the simple counting of 1 to 10.

Then in each division was given a name and hopefully a description. So, when you are attempting to learn about someone’s work you should ask a few questions to fully understand the part of life you are dealing with. What part of life is this dividing? What was the characteristic that was divided? Why did you use the divisions that you used? What does each division mean or what characteristic is it meant to contain?

When these questions are asked, one begins to understand how to use that part of life that is being explained, how to mix them together, how to shape the world with them. What you must understand is that all things can be divided, all parts of nature can be compartmentalized and that the key to using them is to understand what the divisions are meant to reveal.

In learning about a new part of life, one should seek to understand what characteristic of life is being considered, why it is being divided the way it is, and what are the actual number of divisions. But know that in dividing things, often those things that are similar in nature can also be grouped into similar characteristics such as color, sound, touch, speed, gravity, as each is a division of wave lengths of light, sound, vibration, speed, and gravity.

In this text is presented a system that helps you to define the Law of Vibration. It is based on the understanding that numbers are used to define divisions of our world and that numbers can create the divisions that occur in the world. It is presented utilizing a numbering system that is known to most, the numbers of music. It could have been presented using any system of definitions but as music is universal and known to most, it makes sense to use that knowledge to present new information and thoughts. And music itself is the process by which the characteristic of sound as a wave is presented and a wave is a vibration. So, I ask the reader to accept that there is a basis that is presented, musical notes, but that in building the understanding some changes are necessary to the understanding.

The following spiral images illustrate concepts from the text:

After determining the keynote, the related scale and major notes that will be played in the sequence becomes important. Growth in the markets is noted by many techniques… Fibonacci, Square Root of 2, Spirals, Geometric and Gann expansion levels. But which of all the numbers is the most important? Gann used Square root growth on his square of 9 which strongly correlates to the Law of Vibration as noted here. Others have used Geometry with square roots other than 2 for the growth. I would propose a generator of sequences/growth based on the Law of Vibration as exposed here, growth by the squares of numbers. The major point that all are searching for is the sequence that a market will follow so that an estimated price or time can be found. There are three which present themselves in the Periodic Table of numbers.

The square of 9 is an octave calculator which can be utilized for finding the notes and their value points in the octave for vibration work. The secret to the Law of Vibration and the square of 9 is to be able to utilize squares and square roots. As our system is based on this system and the esoteric/Biblical logic already explained it should be easier to grasp the structure of the square of 9. In most cases the square of 9 is presented without any additional instructions and often those that are given are not complete and leaves the user confused. Using the squares, the family of numbers and the logic presented at the beginning of this book will help the reader learn and understand the square.

Remember that the Hexagon chart and the Square of 9 are related and one should spend time mastering both. In this way, you can move from one chart to the other and gather the information that is necessary for the octaves work. Or you can do as so many in today’s world do…just use the computer and let it tell you what you need to find. BUT as a researcher I have found that physically using the square of 9 and my hands seems to bring a better understanding and mastery of the material that just looking at a computer screen.

In all cycle work, there is a point where two cycles can overlap and create a common time span which can cause an error in your study. The time span can make one consider that it is a specific cycle that is present. He cautions you to test the other possible cycles to make sure that your finding is correct.

Gann was very adept at hiding information in plain sight. As covered, the square of 9 is an octave calculator that works for price. He also taught it was used for time but there was a second “Time Calculator” that he used as well.

Remember that the key to Gann is the squaring of time and price and the squares of numbers. He has the square of 28 on a price chart in which he shows 28 points along the price (y) axis and 28 points in time along the time (x) axis. This is the squaring of price and time. In our Family of numbers, we have the numbers which create the different octaves listed under the octave: ____ heading. By using the numbers listed under the octave heading you will know that these are the numbers to create it.

Remember from above that there are three ways to find notes that will create a sequence 1) Dimensional growth 2) Squared numbers sequence 3) Multiplying notes (parents) to create notes. Each of these can create a sequence of expected notes when dealing with the moves of a market. A full study of a market and its prior bull and bear runs should help determine the progression of notes to expect in your market price. Time should correlate with the movement from one note to another note.

As noted in the section above about the notes and their percentages we can find points where significant support and resistance can occur. Gann’s retracement lines and related percentages are based on the idea that the prior highs and lows will hit “Octave notes” and the strongest being the “whole numbers” of the square of 9 i.e. perfect squares. If we take a whole number and then its 100% advancement, we will arrive at the next octave up of the number. 50% up will result in its opposite on the square of 9 and a 5th position while 50% down will give the lower octave of the note. It is in this way that the 100% and 50% levels above and below our note become critical as they represent the octave and its 5th.

In the lower time frames, we could find difficulty in getting the LOV to be seen as the steps between the numbers is so great a move in the market can be seen as being within a single note. The Thirds suggest a possible way to work with the inner space of the notes. When a number is multiplied 100 the result is a common sequence of numbers in the square root with a different placement of the decimal. In the Kabala of numbers which we used above as a source for the verification of numbers we also draw the divisions of a circle.

When you have constructed the squares correctly you will gain additional insight into the structure of your market. When placed correctly and working you will be able to see nodes of price as they rest at the fan lines. By measuring from node to node as seen below you will find an active cycle, Primary or Secondary.

The ability to find price and the length of time is critical to the Law of Vibration but to be able to move further in the analysis of our market charts, the use of Geometry is considered. To incorporate Geometry requires the evaluation of Polygon structures that are built by market moves.

In the initial phases in the study of Geometry, we learn of the sphere created by the circle raised into the 3rd dimension. Then we learn of the cube created by the square raised into the 3rd dimension. The triangle which become the tetrahedron and the octahedron and finally the pentagram which becomes the dodecahedron. Each of these represent the Platonic solids. All the reading from Plato, Kepler and others is to learn how these solids are developed and how one can begin to recognize them in nature. The same must occur in the markets. How do we learn to see them and determine which of the solids is present in our markets? To begin one must take the first step to recognize the elements of your chart that create the solid.

One hidden fact in the equation above is the presence of each dimension within the formula itself. The V represents the point of the creation (God). It has no length. The E represents the line which is a structure of the 1st dimension which has length but no width. The F represents the shape which is a structure of the 2nd dimension as it has both length and width. The cube represents the 3rd dimension as it has length, width, and height. What we are attempting to develop is an ability to see the different points of the solid and then combine those points into the solid itself.

One way to help see the polygons in a market and to develop your market’s waves in the different time frames is to look for the rotocenters of the price movement. The rotocenter represents the presence of the node and the axis of symmetry. The nodes in a chart are not restricted to a point on the price (y) or time (x) axis but can be on the diagonal (z) axis.

Rotocenters help to identify the axis of symmetry, vectors of the geometric solids, edges of the polygon and help to reveal the shape of the waves as not all waves are sinusoidal in nature. They can be skewed and it is usually due to the interaction of the harmonics of the fundamental wave. Practicing finding Rotocenters helps to learn the length of your markets waves as well as how they interact. When combined with the ideas of sections of market moves or Elliot waves a lot of information and understanding can be gleaned from the market charts.

- The Whole Wide Wonderful World
- Resolving our system with Gann

- Basis of Creation
- Biblical Understanding

- The Numbers and Their Squares
- The Different Octaves
- Gods/Creation octave:
- Abraham’s Wives octaves
- Octave 2: Abraham’s Family Octave
- Key of Life Octave

- The Squared Numbers in a Periodic Table of Numbers:
- Historic sources
- Equal Temperament versus the Squares in the Periodic table of numbers
- The Relationships in the Family:
- I is the Adult who has realized themselves by growing to perfection and creates the Octave written in the column head.
- Confirming the Periodic Table of Numbers with a Kabala
- Applying the numbers to the Markets:
- Which numbers vibrate to which note?
- Span of Notes

- The Different Octaves
- Scales
- 12 Scales
- Intervals of the notes of a scale:
- Finding the Notes

- Creating Growth via Sequences of Notes
- Tied Octaves- Perfecting Oneself by Squared Numbers
- Creation Table
- Tied Octaves Notes:

- Dimensional Growth or Perfection of the Dimensions
- Creating the dimensional growth sequences:

- Octave series Growth- Perfect Children (Boys and Girls)
- The Parents: Creating but not Perfecting
- Proving the Numbers of the Notes via the Parents

- Tied Octaves- Perfecting Oneself by Squared Numbers
- The Square of 9
- Square of 9 Price Grid
- Octaves in the Square of 9
- Facts to observe about xxx octave
- The xxx Octave of the Square of 9
- The xxx/xxx/xxx Octaves and the square of 9

- It is NOT Pythagorean!
- Trigons of Numbers
- Relationship of the Thirds
- Trigons of the Numbers:
- Trigons of Price
- Trigons of Time

- Time
- The Number Cycles
- Creating a Time Cycle
- The Notes create the Time cycles
- Time Cycles and their notes:
- Major Cycles
- Minor Cycles
- Markets and the Law of Vibration
- Time in the Market

- FORECASTING TIME RULE
- 49/50-year Cycle: The Major Cycle of Stocks
- Common joining points of cycles:

- Price
- Time & Price
- Daily, Weekly, Monthly Time Periods chart for Soybeans
- LOV Daily, Weekly, Monthly Time Periods (Revised Gann Chart)

- Getting Started with the Markets
- Notes in the Market
- Balancing Time and Price
- Finding the Point of Balance

- Gann’s Chart Analysis Tools
- Gann Fans and the Law of Vibration
- Squaring Time and Price in Dow - C creates C#
- Support and Resistance lines
- Support-Resistance Card
- Time Tables
- Time Counts Table
- Master 360 Chart
- Sections of Market Campaigns
- General Rule of the Key notes of an Octave:
- Creating a Price Target- First the inner octave
- Stepping Out the Monthly Chart of the DOW
- Key things to remember when working with the creation of price steps:
- Possible Relationship of Market moves
- Using the Trigons of Numbers (or xxx2 cycle or “E Interval cycle”)
- In the DOW:
- Inner Run
- Balancing the Chord
- Full Note Interval Spans
- The Rule of 8ths or 7ths

- First Steps in Law of Vibration
- Law of Vibration in WTI- West Texas Crude
- Long-Term Crude
- Intermediate Crude:
- Short Term Crude:

- The DOW and building the squares
- Nodes in the Square
- Applying the Law of Vibration to the Markets
- The Primary square (Long Term Cycle)
- Intermediate term Chart:
- Short term chart

- An even shorter time frame:

- Law of Vibration in WTI- West Texas Crude
- Other Indicators and Issues:
- Trend Line Indicator
- Converting from Gann’s measures to Current prices and amounts
- Scaling a chart or market
- Example: DOW
- Using the Scale
- How to Determine Change in Trend or How to determine the cause of your change in trend.
- Points of Comparison:

- How to Draw?
- A Note:
- Time interval:
- Gann Fan:
- Interval square:
- How do I know the Lines, Fan, Square is correct?
- Culmination of Trend in DOW at xxxx point in time:

- Blending the Intervals
- Here’s Jerry! Baumring, A First Step to the bigger picture: Geometry
- Finding the Polygons in the Market
- Finding Rotocenters
- Finding Lambda
- Orbital shells and the Markets
- Orbitals and Gann Fans:
- Making it work!

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