Sunday, November 2, 2014

November Equities Turn Dates

Equities made a major high when Pluto turned direct September 22, and headed down into the near quadruple conjunction around October 15, discussed here and here, and are in an uptrend which may have topped or be topping soon with the Jupiter-Mars opposition.

There is something very important happening with the Jupiter-Mars cycle that I want to expand on (see below) but first here are the November equities turn dates.

The most important aspect appear to be mid-month. There is a geocentric Mars-Pluto conjunction on the 10th which gives energy to the Uranus-Pluto square; Neptune turns direct on the 16th; and there is a NYSE Jupiter cycle on the 17th.

11/1/14: Mercury enters Leo
11/2/14: NYSE Mars 72° opposite Jupiter
11/2/14: NYSE geocentric Mars 36°

11/7/14: DOW geocentric Ceres 36°
11/7/14: Mercury enters Vir
11/8/14: S&P Ceres 18°
11/8/14: Geocentric Mercury enters Sco
11/9/14: Saturn-Venus conjunction
11/10/14: DOW Mars 36°

11/10/14: Geocentric Mars-Pluto conjunction square Uranus
11/11/14: Venus enters Sag

11/13/14: Geocentric Venus-Saturn conjunction
11/14/14: Mercury enters Lib
11/16/14: Geocentric Neptune turns direct
11/16/14: Geocentric Venus enters Sag
11/17/14: NYSE Jupiter 36° opposite Mars
11/18/14: Geocentric Sun-Saturn conjunction

11/20/14: Bradley turn date (major)
11/20/14: Venus-Ceres conjunction trine Uranus/Jupiter

11/22/14: Geocentric Sun enters Sag
11/22/14: Mercury enters Sco

11/26/14: Geocentric Venus-Ceres conjunction

11/28/14: Geocentric Mercury enters Sag

As mentioned here, there was a Jupiter-Mars conjunction on October 31. In one of the very first posts on this blog I talked about the Jupiter-Mars cycle's affect on the rally since the 2009 bottom. This cycle was very useful in predicting major highs/lows, but beginning in 2012 it seemed to have lost its effectiveness, which I talked about here. Let's look at the updated chart (heliocentric).
S&P Futures and the Jupiter-Mars Cycle
It may be that the 2011 opposition and 2012 conjunction were just acceleration points. There is a very important concept described in Cowan's Pentagonal Time Cycle Theory regarding the completion of a planet's movements around all 5 points of the pentagram. Let's see how Mars has moved during this time period.

On March 7, 2009 Mars is conjunct Jupiter on one of the NYSE 72° harmonic points.
On April 17, 2010, Jupiter has moved 36° and Mars has moved 216° to oppose Jupiter another one of the NYSE 72° harmonic points.
On May 18, 2011, Jupiter has moved another 36° and Mars another 216° to meet up again at a third NYSE 72° harmonic point.
On August 17, 2012, Jupiter has moved another 36° and Mars another 216° to oppose Jupiter on a fourth NYSE 72° harmonic point.
On August 17, 2013, Jupiter has moved another 36° and Mars another 216 ° to conjunct Jupiter at the 5th NYSE 72° harmonic point.
Finally on October 31, 2014, Jupiter has moved another 36° and Mars another 216 ° so that Jupiter is opposite its location at the March 2009 low and Mars has returned to its location at that time, completely drawing out all 5 points on the pentagram.
This is a full and complete cycle which has come to an end.

Mars is exact on the Pentagram on November 2; Jupiter is exact on November 17. But I believe the planetary aspects are more important than the harmonic crossings. (Looking into this.)