Indian Time Cycles And Market Forecasting: Cosmic Timing For Pinning Down Those Illusive Turns Iii

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Application Of The Indian CyclesTo Stocks
What is extraordinarily exciting about using dashas or Indian time cycles for market
prediction is that it allows one to know the exact date that cycles change, to label them, and
quantify whether they are strong ups, minor ups, strong downs, or sideways. If one studies the
198 year history of the stock market, and is familiar with the rules for predicting and interpreting
the Indian dasha or time cycle system, the mysterious cycles which seem to govern stocks
would no longer be a mystery. For example, by no accident the bull market which began in 1982
coincided with the beginning of a 16 year Jupiter period, which began in late August. In general
then, according to this system the market will continue to expand until 1998, since Jupiter is
a “bullish” planet and is well placed In the natal chart of the May 17, 1792 stock market chart.
Rises and falls within the current Jupiter cycle are explained by sub-periods, or antardasas.
These sub periods can either amplify or diminish the strength of the major period. Within this 16
year period, the transits of Jupiter, its retrogradation and aspects to it are especially inuential
since Jupiter assumes the second most important role in the NYSE chart next to the moon, the
chart lord. In 1998 when the Jupiter period ends and the 19 year Saturn period begins, Saturn
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will assume the second most important role.
A recent study I did of the NYSE will explain how the dashas can be of used to spot
short term and intermediate declines or rises. Certain combinations lead to very predictable
outcomes. To get daily timing on the stock market, one needs examine four or ve levels
of dashas or cycles to break the larger 20 and 2-3 year periods down into 20 and 3-4
day periods. Amazingly, the cyclical combinations that are negative on the larger scale
level will often prove negative on the smaller scale. A comparison of the Oct.-Feb. 198788
fourth level cycles (Jupiter/Mercury/Venus/Rahu etc.) with the third level periods In 1901-4
(Mercury/Venus/Rahu) reveals that the major lows coincide with a repetition of particular
combinations. This principle can also be extended to sections of other cycles In other years.
For example note the following:
Venus/Rahu/Saturn: (8-28-29 – 21730 ) Decline from high of 372.06 on 903-29 to a low of
230.07 on 10-29-29. Jupiter/Mercury/Venus/Rahu/Saturn (Dec 4, 1987) Signaled another major
low and decline to 1747 on the Dow after being as high as 2051 following the crash.
Jupiter/Mercury/Venus/Venus/Rahu (October 19, 1987) The third level Venus period did
contribute to the direction of the decline in combination with a number of bearish oppositions,
the return to an eclipsed constellation, and the sidereal transit of Uranus into Sagittarius. This
one example indicates how the Venus/Rahu combination can be used to signal a sharp decline
if It occurs In a particular combination.
This particular Venus/Rahu combination is only one of many combinations that one can
label, and historically study. Other combinations are bullish such as when the sequence unfolds
from a Sun period into a Moon period and onto a Mars period. For example, the stock market’s
last major Moon Period went from August 1947-August 1957 During that time the Dow went
virtually straight up from 179.74 to 492.32, a gain of over 200%. During smaller moon cycles
within larger periods, such as the Mars/Moon period from Jan 21, 1964 to August 21st 1964 the
market climbed from 776-838. And in the Rahu/Moon period from Jan 31, 1980 to July 31st,
1981, the Dow climbed from 875-935. Even on the third level we can usually count on a rally
during a moon period, such as the recent Jupiter/MercurylMoon period from April 4, 1988 to from
2000 at the beginning of the period to almost 2200 by the end of the period.
From the above examples, one can see the value of being able to label and quantify the
cycles in order to predict the magnitude of the move. As many cycle analysts know, one can
often nd major cycle lows and entry points: however, one may have no idea how large the
move is going to be. The Indian time cycle analysis is a genuine solution to forecasting because
it can predict the future, not just suggest it from the past.
Future Of The Stock Market Based on Indian Cycles
Applying the two examples from the past to the near future, we can forecast that the
Jupiter/Venus period which began in July 1990, should lead to a major low which should
manifest in January of 1992 followed by a grinding market and secondary low by the end of
the Venus period i march of 1993.
The following parallel will make this clear:
• Venus/Rahu/Sat to Venus/Jupiter/Saturn, Sept 1929 – July 1932, Dow Fell from
approximately 400 to 32.
• Jupiter/Venus/Venus/Rahuto
Jupiter/\/enus/Venus/Jupiter/Sat urn, July 13,1990 to Oct. 5,
1990, Dow fell from 3000 to my estimate of 2155.
• A very positive cycle from FebJuly 1991 should lead to a retracement which should to at
least to DOW 2740 and possiblg DOW 3000

• Jupiter/Venus/Rahu/Saturn to Jupiter/Venus/Jupiter/Saturn, August 1991 to January 1992,
Dow to fall at least 1820 or 1730 from recovery high in the 2680 to 2740 region.
Based on our analysis of moon cycles, one would expect that the Jupiter/Moon period,
scheduled to start in Dec. 1993, will begin an historic climb. The low (which I have not calculated
yet) sometime in the Jupiter/Sun period in 1993 will provide an excellent reentry for major
investments which can be held to the end of the Jupiter period in 1998. Starting in August
1998, a nineteen year lackluster Saturn period will begin, and will coincide with major global
economic reorganization into 2017.
While time docs not permit me to discuss the use of dashas in other major markets, a brief
application to the crude oil market will illustrate its application to other commodities. Whenever
a Venus cycle occurs on any of the major period levels, one can anticipate a rally in From the
above examples, one can see the value of being able to label and quantify the cycles In order
to predict the magnitude of the move. As many cycle analysts know, one can often nd Oct.
12, 1990. The sentiment quickly changed from being very bearish to roaring up $3.00 In one
week. Venus cycles tend to be the most bullish for crude. One can see that when combining
Indian cycles with other major tools, like Elliott Wave, one can get additional information
for clarifying Elliott Waves.
Anyone attempting to uncover the mysterious laws of nature that underlie the commodity
markets will be rewarded and intrigued by the depths of Indian astrology. The study of Indian
astrology leads not only to knowledge of economic laws, but ultimately to knowledge of the
self. Understanding one’s Indian cycles and transits is as important for trading successfully
as a good timing system. A combination of the two is astoundingly useful and leads to an
awe-inspiring appreciation of the order of natural law. While no astrological system should be
used 100% to time market entries and exits, a combination of astrological and technical signals
and a knowledge of personal trading periods can certainly stack the odds in one’s favor and
lead to the answer of one of man’s greatest metaphysical questions-the relationship between
his own consciousness and the universe.


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