Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Upcoming Confluence of Cycles

We recently saw the Nasdaq top near a geocentric Uranus 18° harmonic, and potentially bottom near a heliocentric Uranus 18° harmonic. (The peak and bottom both occurred 2 days early on the daily chart, not too far off for slow-moving Uranus.) The (potential) bottom on the futures chart actually came in on Sunday night, the night of the annular solar eclipse.

Nasdaq Futures and the Uranus 18° Cycle
Wednesday, May 30 is a heliocentric Mars 36° cycle.

5/30/2012: Heliocentric Mars 36° Cycle
Normally such a cycle is a pretty big deal, but in this case we are very close to an interesting confluence of geocentric cycles:

6/4/12: G Partial Lunar Eclipse 18° Square Mars 72°
6/5/12: G Sun-Venus Transit 18°
6/6/12: G Mars 72°
 
6/7/12: G Jupiter 36°
6/8/12: G Saturn 36° (Retro)


6/4/2012: Partial Lunar Eclipse
This clustering of major harmonics should produce an important turn window, certainly more significant than heliocentric Mars 36° alone.

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Silver: Geocentric Ceres 72°

Not sure how I missed this before but Silver had a Geocentric Ceres 72° harmonic May 21.
5/21/2012 Silver Geocentric Ceres 72° Harmonic

 Silver's heliocentric Ceres 72° harmonic will occur on June 14.

Friday, May 11, 2012

Heliocentric Uranus 18°

April 5th was a geocentric Uranus 18° cycle, discussed here.

The Nasdaq peaked 2 days earlier, on the 3rd.

Nasdaq Futures
The heliocentric Uranus 18° cycle is coming up on May 23 (based on the NYSE natal chart). However, Cowan has this date as May 15 in Pentagonal Time Cycle Theory, and considers this turn already complete as a top. Uranus is slow-moving so an exact date is hard to pinpoint, and given Cowan's track record and experience I'll defer to him but just make note of the possibility of an important turn later this month.

May 20th is not only a heliocentric Earth 72° harmonic (one of the 5 fixed turn dates every year) but also a geocentric annular solar eclipse near 36°. The last solar eclipse was 11/25/11, a major turn. The eclipse occurs at the Moon's South node adding tension to the Neptune/Moon's nodes/Mars square we have been following.

June and July have important turn dates as well.

Thursday, May 10, 2012

Silver Update

The potential reversal in silver is now at the very end of our timing window. The Neptune-Mercury conjunction was late in the day on the 8th so a bottom on the 9th would still fit. If this holds I will have to give more respect to Mercury, however, I don't have high hopes for this.

Unfortunately from a harmonics standpoint, if this does not hold I don't see another good opportunity for a major reversal until June. But this would fit well with some important turn dates in the Nasdaq so it should be an interesting time. More on this later.

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Silver Turn Dates Ahead

In our last post about silver, we identified March 1st as a major turn date for silver due to a Jupiter 72° harmonic. The actual peak was a day earlier, on February 29, and indeed it was a major turn.

Silver Futures
Geocentric Mars reached silver's 36° harmonic on April 25 in the Neptune/Moon's nodes/Mars square we have been focused on, forming the most recent low. A similar formation had been made on April 2, a recent high.

There are a few silver harmonics approaching which could be candidates for another turn in silver, potentially ending the current bear cycle. On 5/3 there is a heliocentric Mars 72° cycle (Mars natal return).

5/3/12: Silver Heliocentric Mars 72° Cycle

On May 6 there is a full moon (Super Moon) near 36°, Sun near 72°.  This is also near the Nasdaq 36° harmonic. Also on 5/6 there is a heliocentric Saturn-Venus conjunction near 18°.

[5/6/12 Note: I had Gold's harmonic cycle incorrectly identified and have removed references to gold in this post.]

May 7 is a heliocentric Earth 36° harmonic and the 8th is a Neptune-Mercury conjunction near silver's 72°. I don't usually pay much attention to Mercury so I don't expect the last one to be a major turn date but we have seen that Neptune conjunctions are very important for silver so it is worth a mention. I see these later events as less important than the others but the clustering of several turn dates like this often increases the importance of a timing window.

On a side note, I am going to stop tracking natural gas. The 4/19 bottom is not explained by the harmonics previously identified, so more work is needed for this and with limited time I would rather focus on the other assets we have been looking at. Silver in particular has performed so well that I am going to remove the "experimental" descriptor from its watch list.
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