Sunday, April 7, 2013

April 9, April 11 Nasdaq Mars 72° Cycles

There are 2 Nasdaq Mars 72° cycles this week, April 9 (heliocentric) and April 11 (geocentric).

I am really busy lately so getting the charts out for these will have to wait.

6 comments:

  1. Hi Platy.

    I have noticed that Uranus has just completed 360 degrees from the 1929 high. My charts are inaccurate for the 72 degree / 17 year cycles but I calculated that the 224 degrees occurred on May 1978 and 296 degrees in April 1994. Could anyone with good data explain whether the DJ reacted at these pentagram points. If so, it lends weight to a reaction in April / May.

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    1. Can you please double check the Uranus return? I have May 21 for that.

      http://planetforecaster.blogspot.com/2012/09/may-21-2013-very-important-date.html

      I will look into the other part of your post when I get a chance.

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    2. I see now - you used geocentric orientation for the Uranus return. Very interesting!

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  2. Maybe the Nasdaq will be the first to react out of the other index again. Since it was the one that reacted first during the 2000 cycle and based on what Cowan says the Nasdaq going forward should be the important Index to watch, while the SPX and DOW are good for historical data.

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  3. Correct me if I am wrong, but I thought Cowan's 17 year Uranus cycles were Geocentric. Anyhow, am interested to hear your views.

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    1. No, he uses heliocentric only in PTCT.

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