March 2, 2000
Of course, it will show up in the market. We can anticipate how. Here's a chart.
The chart shows the green +MoonTide dropping in the morning, rallying in the afternoon. But beware-this is a "two moon day", which often goes one way. That could happen if there was an inversion midday to the -MoonTide.
A shows the New Moon, and the nearby Venus and Uranus time lines and electric field flux lines. That point will be a chaos theory Strange Attractor/Repellor. The exchange lines up with the New Moon near 10:00, a 12th harmonic from the sun at noon. Normally, the S&P runs on the 6th harmonic, so running on the 12th might imply frequency doubling - a precursor to CHAOS.
B shows the point where the exchange passes the vertical. Note that it set today's low. It is near 1:00, 3 hours from the New Moon, setting up the 8th harmonic.
C shows the quarter moon "leaving the market." Note that the Moon flux lines are pinched together at C, D, and A price levels. That sets up strong quantum levels at 1376, +/- multiples of 18 points. This increases the odds of a one-way day.
To get a one way day, there must be an inversion somewhere betweeen 1 and 2. Note that the Moon flux lines cross near 1:40- a time to watch.
But which MoonTide will be woring early on? There are no guarantees, but here is an interesting set of charts.
This one shows the +MoonTide in its normal position. If the tides hold, sell early. That light blue dot is a Strange Attractor/Repellor.
This shows the pattern if I shift the MoonTides ahead 6 hours - basically a trading day, but also 1/4 the 24 hour day. The 4th harmonic is strong right now. It also says sell early.
And here's shifted back 6 hours. Sell early.
And here's shifted back 12 hours. Sell early. And it shows a big drop.
I don't normally play this "shifting game." I just noticed this today. So call it an inspired insight. What's it mean?
There is clearly a one trading day cycle running in the market right now. If it holds, we should sell off in the morning, then rally in the afternoon. But beware - this is a rising sign, and a 2 moon day. We could just go one way, all day.
With or without the inversion, it looks like one should sell this rising sign.