November 2012 revisted?

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Saturn will square USA’s Moon on the 2nd September

On Tuesday the 2nd of September, at 8.48 pm EDT time,
Saturn in Scorpio will exactly square the USA’s Moon using Gann’s 4th July 1776 Gemini rising chart cast for 2.15 am, in Philadelphia.

Remember with the outer planets, its not just a one day affair, it will linger until at least Saturn separates by 3 degrees. With midpoints, its best to use very tight orbs maximum 2 degrees.
So, this transit will be in orb all of September and early/mid October.

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Upcoming Heavy New Moon on the 25th August (26th August AEST)

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GANN’s 50% rule

131G50% 132For the S&P500, price has made a 50% retracement of the recent decline, this is akin to the centre of gravity and the first point of resistance. It can still go higher and push through the barrier if the trend is bullish. Planetary wise, price closed with Mercury and Pluto.

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Cosmic Midpoint Map on the Dow using Gann’s Gemini Rising chart for USA

We know by reading TTTA that Gann was using the Gemini rising chart for the 4th July 1776.
I have applied my Cosmic Midpoint Map (CMM)to this natal chart which locates the most sensitive natal midpoints and plots the expected result with colour panels according to a legend. Basically Red and Black are negative transits and Blue and Green are positive transits to midpoints.
Using the Gemini rising chart for the US- I plotted the CMM with the Dow, it highlights very significant negative periods in history like: The Great Depression, WW1, WW2, 1987 crash, 911, lows of 2002 and 2003, and the Global Financial Crisis.

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Planetary Symmetry and the Markets

Hello,
I’ve just recorded a You Tube video on called Planetary Symmetry showing how symmetrical natal midpoints create very sensitive axes for future transits.
We know by reading TTTA that Gann was using the Gemini rising chart for the 4th July 1776.
I have applied my Cosmic Midpoint Map to this natal chart which locates the most sensitive natal midpoints and plots the expected result with colour panels according to a legend. Basically Red and Black are negative transits and Blue and Green are positive transits to midpoints.
Using the Gemini rising chart for the US- I plotted the CMM with the Dow, it highlights very significant negative periods in history like: The Great Depression, WW1, WW2, 1987 crash, 911, lows of 2002 and 2003, and the Global Financial Crisis.
To see the charts, you can watch my video at this link.

To learn more about the CMM (Cosmic Midpoint Map) follow this link to my website

http://www.astrologyforganntraders.com.au/cosmic-midpoint-map.html

Best Regards
Olga

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July Update – from my OM’s July Transit Watch

Within 24 hours of The Moon Wooble once again there has been a major Plane crash
highlighted in my Moon Wooble post, with a double timer of Mars igniting the Blood Moon eclipse
significant for Israel and they’ve move moved ground force into Gaza.

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US stocks sink on Malaysia Airlines crash

US stocks sink on Malaysia Airlines crash

https://au.finance.yahoo.com/news/us-stocks-sink-malaysia-airlines-101824325.html

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MOON WOBBLES 2014

astrologyforganntraders:

***Update -On the 16th July Mars will trigger the Blood Moon Eclipse degree of the 15th April on the same day of peak Moon Wobble and Jupiter’s ingress into Leo *****

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How did W.D. Gann leave some clues in his coded novel The Tunnel Thru the Air (TTTA)?

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