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.
George McCormack, famous Astrometeorologist, is known for his classic Long-Range Astro Weather Forecasting, the most popular book on the Astro-Weather Forecasting.
He also produced a series of financial market forecasting newsletters called Astrotech. We have recovered the only known partial set of 400 pages of these newsletters.
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.
Speculation is the trading of market positions for the sole purpose to make money.
It is a secondary industry from general investing in stocks or trading in commodities where individuals buy and sell with no fundamental interest in the underlying market.
We publish many works using this term, like Gannís "Speculation a Profitable Profession".
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.
Cosmological phenomena influence the human mind via energetic propagation of subtle influences.
The mind has power over subtle energies through advanced planes of thought and consciousness.
Gann advised a study of mental science to see how cosmic influences affect matter and consciousness.
Rare Proprietary Prediction Systems by one of the top Indian astrologers, expert in predicting 2 team sports events, Horse Racing and Lotteries.
These contain both advanced Astrological techniques for Predicting Outcomes of Events and Non-Astrological, Number and Sound based Systems for finding winners. Solastro won 4 lotteries over $25,000.
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.
W. D. Gann's Recommended Reading List From 1946
The following books come from W. D. Gann’s recommended reading list which was released to his students in 1946 as the fundamental background reading for any serious student of market forecasting. Many of these books are extremely rare, and we are proud to make available the largest selection of these books ever offered since Gann’s time. Many of these books have been out of print for half a century, and most are not available through any other source. We are currently reorganizing these selections into collections combining complete works of one author, or topically similar titles, to provide these essential resources as accessible prices.
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The Original Documents
The W. D. Gann Reading List
A. E.; The Candle of Vision; 1920; 175 Pages.
Ahmad, Sheikh Habeeb; The Mysteries of Sound and Number; 1925; 89 Pages.
Agrippa, Henry C.; Philosophy of Natural Magic; 1913; 315p.
Alvidas; Sciences and Key of Life, Vol.1, Planetary Influences; 1902.
Alvidas; Sciences and Key of Life, Vol.2, Planetary Influences; 1902.
Alvidas; Sciences and Key of Life, Vol.3, Planetary Influences; 1903.
Alvidas; Sciences and Key of Life, Vol.4, Planetary Influences; 1904.
Alvidas; Sciences and Key of Life, Vol.5; Astro Physiology; 1905.
Alvidas; Sciences and Key of Life, Vol.6; 1906.
Alvidas; Sciences and Key of Life, Vol.7; 1907.
Anonymous; Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses; 191?; 190 Pages.
Balliett, Mrs. L. Dow; Philosophy of Numbers; 1908, 7th Ed.; 168 Pages.
Balliett, Mrs. L. Dow; Number Vibration In Questions and Answers; 1920, 2nd Ed.; 104 Pages.
Balliett, Mrs. L. Dow; The Day of Wisdom According to Number Vibration; 1922, 2nd Ed.; 184 Pages.
Walter, William W.; The Sickle; 1918, 1st; 391 Pages.
Ward, Charles A.; Oracles of Nostradamus; 1940,1 st; 425 Pages.
Wemyss, Maurice; The Wheel of Life or Scientific Astrology, Vol. 1; 1st; 186 Pages.
Wemyss, Maurice; The Wheel of Life or Scientific Astrology, Vol. 2; 1st; 220 Pages.
Wemyss, Maurice; The Wheel of Life or Scientific Astrology, Vol. 3; 1st; 156 Pages.
Wemyss, Maurice; The Wheel of Life or Scientific Astrology, Vol. 4; 1st; 111 Pages.
Wemyss, Maurice; The Wheel of Life or Scientific Astrology, Vol. 5; 1st; 126 Pages.
Further Titles by Gann List Authors
Though the following books were not included on Gann’s list, the serious student will find further extremely valuable knowledge in these volumes, written by the same authors listed above. Most of these books have never been available outside their initial printings and are reprinted here for the first time.
Ahmad, Mabel H.; Christian Names and Their Values; 1st; 192 Pages.
Ahmad, Mabel H.; Names and Their Numbers; 1903, 1st; 57 Pages.
Ahmad, Mabel H.; Sound and Number: Law of Destiny and Design; 1st; 128 Pages.
Ahmad, Sheik Habeeb; The Hidden Mysteries of Numbers; 1912; 1st; 61 Pages.
Balliett, Mrs. L. Dow; Nature’s Symphony or Lessons in Number Vibration; 1921; 132 Pages.
Balliett, Mrs. L. Dow; Vibration: A System of Numbers as Taught by Pythagoras; 1913, 6th; 74 Pages.
Brandon, Wilfred; Incarnation: A Plea From the Masters; 1959, 1st; 172 Pages.
Brandon, Wilfred; Love in the Afterlife; 1956, 1st; 159 Pages.
Brandon, Wilfred; We Knew These Men; 1950, 1st; 241 Pages.
Butler, Hiram E.; The Goal of Life or Science and Revelation; 1908; 364 Pages.
Butler, Hiram E.; The Seven Creative Principles; 1923; 170 Pages.
Butler, Hiram E.; The Narrow Way of Attainment; 1910; 140 Pages.
Ferrera's General Outlook for 2019 is our most popular market letter. All traders know that in times of global financial crisis, market confusion, and economic instability, it is critical to obtain the best knowledge.
In it's 11th year, Dan Ferrera's Outlook is based on experience developing advanced technical models giving market insight equal to the best advisors.
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.
Works by or about George Bayer, or source works referred to by Bayer or related to his work.
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.
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.
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.
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".
Our catalog has fascinating fictional works which relate to our various fields of interest and present deep ideas from a dramatic perspective in a readable context.
Books like Gannís "Tunnel Through the Air" fall into this category, along with Alchemical allegories and metaphysical mysteries.