[3/19/09: First, we will include the posts from the former website to show what we predicted, before it actually happened.]
THE PREDICTIVE UPDATE POSTS
10/13/00 – Stock Prediction: If some of the Cowanites are correct in the technical discussions now circulating, expect a “major panic type sell-off ” in the stock market that will begin early next week (10/16-10/21), possibly fluctuate briefly and finally bottom out between 10/24-10/26 before regaining some measure of sensibility.
This cycle is also obviously responsible for the escalating global tensions at this time as “it‘s all relative. ”
Although hundreds of years of accurate stock data exist to show these effects, this is a good one because it hasn‘t happened yet and we can wait to see if it‘s right! The more we see this in action the more we can understand how this new physics is working.
10/18/00 – Stock Update. Hate to say “We told you so, ” but so far the pattern is working globally… this was the main story on the CNN website this morning and it‘s not even noon yet (11:23 a.m.).
At one point the whole Dow was 433 points down. Will this continue to be perfectly accurate up until 10/24-26? You bet. Cowan calls this particular cycle “Old Reliable. ” Any questions? Our advice: Buy gold. Now.
From CNN: The Dow Jones industrial average tumbled below 10,000 this morning for the first time since March as investors rushed to dump stocks, led by IBM, that may not sustain a strong pace of revenue growth…
In other markets, Asia’s major exchanges and Europe’s largest bourses fell…
Investors trying to find a bottom are struggling as the markets plunge on rising concerns about revenue growth for the darlings of the tech world.
“Goldilocks is dead and the Three Bears are in the process of consuming her,” said Meehan. This was clearly shown by the widespread selling taking place early Wednesday.
AND NOW, FOR THE REST OF THE STORY…
Today, October 25, 2000, the global markets crashed — just as we had scientifically predicted on our website twelve days earlier.
The Nasdaq slid 190.22 points, or 5.6 percent, to 3,229.57. The Nasdaq’s third straight loss was its eighth-worst point decline on record. The Dow Jones industrial average lost 66.59 to 10,326.48, breaking a four-session winning streak.
The S&P 500 lost 33.23, or 2.4 percent, to 1,364.90. In the currency market, the euro fell to a record low of 82.64 U.S. cents.
The Toronto Stock Exchange suffered the largest point drop in its history, slumping 8.1 percent on losses in market heavyweight Nortel. Brazil’s Bovespa stock index closed at 13,665.3, its lowest level in five months.
Members of the private Bradley Cowan Discussion Group indicated that the natural energetic effects of a number of planetary (astrological) cycles would create a stock-market bottom that would converge on October 24-26 of 2000. After this moment of time, their cycle analyses indicated that the energetic pressure would be reduced and stock markets might recuperate.
Even on the day before October 26, the pattern has worked with such astonishing clarity that it leaves absolutely no reason for doubt — once again, the science of cycle analysis is demonstrated as an established fact.
In this article, we will document our initial website prediction, the progress of the prediction and its incredible crescendo on October 25, 2000. But first, we will explain how such a scientific prediction could have been made, for those who are not familiar with our work.
In short, Bradley Cowan’s findings are quite unique, as they posit a fundamentally geometric basis for understanding market movements.
As explained in this chapter of our new book Convergence: The Science of Oneness, the essential geometry of the tetrahedron, the simplest of the five main Platonic Solids, actually reveals itself in the movement of market graphs. As many are aware, a tetrahedron is shaped like a pyramid, except with three sides and a base — unlike the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt, which has four sides and a base.
One of the key characteristics of a tetrahedron is that each of the four faces is a perfect equilateral triangle, where each angle will be exactly 60 degrees.
In Cowan’s work, the forces of the tetrahedron (and other Platonic Solids as well such as the cube,) are created by the sheer geometry of intersecting planetary movements — and these energy forces actually affect human consciousness directly, as seen through various market graphs.
In other words, what we see as random market movements are actually being precisely guided by a geometric, hyperdimensional energy force. As the tetrahedron or other energy shapes naturally rotate, through the Earth and other planets’ natural orbits, the whims of human behavior are moved along with them.
The theoretical foundation for this initially ridiculous-looking and apparently unscientific idea is well documented in Physics of Ascension — and it all grows out of the ancient idea that there is a fluid-like “aether” of hyperdimensional energy that permeates all space and time.
As most readers are aware, the mainstream scientific Establishment steadfastly refuses to acknowledge that space could have such a medium throughout it, despite the work of many talented Ph.D.’s and specialists that prove that it must exist.
As it has developed over the last several years, our essential hypothesis is that the most fundamental characteristic of the aether is that it is in a constant state of vibration.
One of the characteristics of a vibrating fluid, as explained by Dr. Buckminster Fuller and Dr. Hans Jenny, is that the five basic three-dimensional Platonic Solids — tetrahedron, octahedron, cube, dodecahedron and icosahedron — all emerge quite naturally (and visibly) within it.
In our book, we have a photograph of Dr. Jenny’s demonstration of the tetrahedron as a sound frequency in fluid. This could be done as simply as vibrating a glass of murky water, filled with tiny particles or colloids such as flour or mud.
When vibrated with a pure sound tone, the waters will clear and the scattered particles will quickly gather in an orderly fashion into these various three-dimensional shapes. Of course, this is simply another way of seeing vibration — one of its natural characteristics.
On the planetary scale, the movement of the planets through the fluidlike “aether” of space also produces these geometric resonances, which then affect human behavior in financial markets. In our book we have gone into quite great detail to explain and identify these resonances.
So how exactly does such a complex-sounding idea show up in the markets? Cowan shows that if the movement of a particular stock or commodity is analyzed by a combined vector of price and time, or what Cowan calls a price-time vector, a set numerical value in units of price-time is established that will repeat itself throughout the graphs.
A unit of price-time is a number that does not exist in the price or time axis by itself, but rather emerges when the two graphs are analyzed together. These set numerical values will continue repeating, and each one of them can be found by drawing a perfect straight line that will connect the closest bottoms and tops of a market graph together.
As they are straight lines and all the same length in price-time, they end up forming the edges of a Platonic Solid such as the tetrahedron — and in order for a geometric shape to be a Platonic Solid, every edge must have the same length.
One such numerical vector could be approximately 280, which would represent a value of combined price-time units. These price-time vector movements do not necessarily appear to be equal in length on the graphs, as either the time or the price axis could carry a greater percentage of the total price-time movement.
So, if you have a large movement in price in a very short time, you may end up with the same price-time vector number, say 280, as another movement with a more equal division of price and time.
Cowan’s key discovery that related this to geometry came from his study of the work of W.D. Gann, a high-level Masonic stock trader who rose to prominence in the early 20th century for his highly accurate market predictions.
Gann revealed that the change in price and the change in time could be averaged out, so that one average unit of price is given the same distance on the vertical axis of the graph as one unit of time.
Once this analysis has been performed, the market graph can then be redrawn so that the time movement and the price movement are balanced, moving one-for-one — and this is called “squaring” the charts.
Once the market movement is rendered in this way, something amazing happens — all of the price-time vectors that we were just discussing appear exactly equal in length.
With a squared chart, this can be visually seen and not just inferred by mathematics. At this point, what Cowan realized was that in many cases, a perfect 60-degree angle existed between all adjacent vector lines for a prolonged period of time.
And, as we just said above, a tetrahedron is composed of equilateral-triangle faces, and every angle formed between the lines of the object will be 60 degrees. Gann never publicly mentioned the connection between these lines, their angles and the three-dimensional solid geometries that could be formed.
Cowan believed that Gann was keeping these three-dimensional applications secret, and by re-discovering them he would be the first person able to claim the discovery. Again, no matter which way the price-time lines moved, they always described one of the faces of a rotating geometric object.
Gann’s work was also very much involved with various planetary cycles, as these vector movements were often directly connected to planetary movements — perfect subdivisions of a given planetary period.
Cowan’s work has combined these planetary cycles with the geometric objects to form a very effective method for predicting market movements in advance. In other words, if you know that a vector is trending down to a certain low and that the next 60-degree angle will send it back up, you can buy on the low and then sell on the top.
Thousands of investors have purchased Cowan’s books and used them to dramatically strengthen their odds of making successful trades. And as a number of different cycles were all converging upon this period of time, we felt very safe in making such a brash public prediction on our website. Had it not come true, it would have been a failure for the Cowan hyperdimensional model — but by now it has been so redundantly proven that there was little room for doubt.
Therefore, we had no real difficulty in making predictions, as a very sound scientific philosophy already existed to show the effects. Here is an excerpt of our original posting from October 13, 2000, which hundreds of site visitors witnessed and read prior to the arrival of the actual dates involved:
10/13/00 – Stock Prediction: If some of the Cowanites are correct in the technical discussions now circulating, expect a “major panic type sell-off” in the stock market that will begin early next week (10/16-10/21), possibly fluctuate briefly and finally bottom out between 10/24 – 10/26 before regaining some measure of sensibility.
This cycle is also obviously responsible for the escalating global tensions at this time as “it’s all relative.” Although hundreds of years of accurate stock data exist to show these effects, this is a good one because it hasn’t happened yet and we can wait to see if it’s right!
The more we see this in action the more we can understand how this new physics is working.
[End of excerpt]
Indeed, the pattern has worked beautifully. The first significant down was a 433-point midday drop in the Dow Jones Industrial Average on October 19, 2000, which we duly noted with great fanfare on our website in the update section.
As is to be expected, since this was being caused by outside hyperdimensional energy forces, all international markets were affected. Here is the excerpt from CNN that we posted at that time:
The Dow Jones industrial average tumbled below 10,000 this morning for the first time since March as investors rushed to dump stocks, led by IBM, that may not sustain a strong pace of revenue growth: In other markets, Asia’s major exchanges and Europe’s largest bourses fell: Investors trying to find a bottom are struggling as the markets plunge on rising concerns about revenue growth for the darlings of the tech world.
“Goldilocks is dead and the Three Bears are in the process of consuming her,” said Meehan. This was clearly shown by the widespread selling taking place early Wednesday.
[End of excerpt]
The next aspect of the above October 13th prediction was that the markets would fluctuate, meaning that they would rise and fall, prior to the final bottom period. And indeed, after the 19th, many markets again rallied — such as the Dow enjoying a four-day climb.
However, at the exact midpoint between the two dates that we had indicated as being the bottom period, namely October 24-26, the markets did exactly what the cycles had prescribed.
On an international basis, the markets took a significant beating, and indeed many new lows were reached that clearly defined this moment of time as a clear low-point for the year, as the Cowan group had indicated. All of the exact data regarding these unique and significant crashes follows below, taken from the CNN website on the evening of October 25, 2000.
Before reading the excerpts themselves, we must remind ourselves of the “bigger picture” that is going on here. In our book Convergence: The Science of Oneness, which is still in progress at this time, we show that the ultimate effect of these hyperdimensional energy movements is a total transformation of matter, energy and consciousness on Planet Earth.
The Mayan Calendar is the ultimate tool for charting out the movements of this large-scale cycle, as somehow this indigenous Mesoamerican group had complete understanding of the physics of the process.
And therefore, keep in mind that what we are truly seeing here is only a very mild effect compared to the Shift of the Ages itself, which should be complete by Dec. 22, 2012. By or before this time, the Earth will have moved into a new geometric energy resonance in the Galaxy that will change the atomic and molecular structures on the very quantum level.
In the past, these energy changes have appeared as cataclysms on the Earth, as the magnetic axis realigns with the new configurations. The wild anomalies on both the Sun and the Earth, in terms of cataclysmic changes, are showing us what we can expect.
Ultimately, it is a spiritual event, and on our website, /, we have gone in-depth to explain this upcoming event in as much detail as possible — physical, mental and spiritual. We encourage you to review the material for yourself and determine if it is credible.
Now, we will move directly into an exploration of the incredible international market bloodbath that occurred right on schedule. To the common person, the poor earnings report of the Canadian Nortel corporation was solely responsible, but the physics model shows a much larger picture. See for yourself how accurately this science predicted the result:
Excerpts from CNN website, 10/25/00:
Nasdaq nailed by Nortel
Canadian firm’s results chills Wall Street; tech index falls a third day
By Staff Writer Jake Ulick
October 25, 2000: 5:28 p.m. ET
NEW YORK (CNNfn) –
The Nasdaq slid 190.22 points, or 5.6 percent, to 3,229.57. The Nasdaq’s third straight loss was its eighth-worst point decline on record.
The Dow Jones industrial average lost 66.59 to 10,326.48, breaking a four-session winning streak. The S&P 500 lost 33.23, or 2.4 percent, to 1,364.90.
More stocks fell than rose. Declining issues on the New York Stock Exchange topped advancing ones 1,901 to 961, on trading volume of 1.2 billion shares. Nasdaq losers beat winners 2,730 to 1,253, as more than 2 billion shares changed hands.
In other markets, the dollar rose against the yen and euro, which fell to a record low. Treasury securities declined.
October 25, 2000: 6:02 a.m. ET In Tokyo, the Nikkei 225 average closed down 307.72 points, or 2 percent, at 14,840.47.
October 25, 2000: 12:21 p.m. ET
LONDON (CNNfn) – European markets stumbled to the close Wednesday with technology stocks leading declines after third-quarter sales at heavyweight Canadian telecom equipment maker Nortel Networks fell short of analysts’ estimates.
London’s benchmark FTSE 100 index dropped 70.6 points, or 1.1 percent, to 6,367.8, with fiber-optic component maker Bookham Technology (BHM) and phone equipment firm Marconi (MNI) the index’s two biggest fallers.
Frankfurt’s Xetra Dax slipped 54.59 points, or 0.8 percent, to 6,748.22, in choppy trade. Chipmaker Infineon Technologies (FIFX) and its parent company, Siemens (FSIE), were among the biggest decliners.
In other markets, the AEX index in Amsterdam dropped 0.9 percent, Milan’s MIB 30 fell 0.1 percent, and the SMI in Zurich dipped 0.5 percent.
The broader FTSE Eurotop 300 index, a basket of Europe’s largest companies, slid 0.8 percent, driven lower by a 4 percent drop in its information technology sub-index. Its telecom sector dipped 1.6 percent.
[Note: Pay special attention to this one:]
In the currency market, the euro fell to a record low of 82.64 U.S. cents, with strategists expecting little support for the fledging currency from this week’s economic discussions by ministers of the Group of 20 nations.
THE AMERICAS (CANADA, BRAZIL, MEXICO:)
October 25, 2000: 7:15 p.m. ET
NEW YORK (CNNfn) – International losses fostered by a disappointing earnings announcement from Nortel Networks had a negative impact on markets in the Americas Wednesday.
The Toronto Stock Exchange suffered the largest point drop in its history, slumping 8.1 percent on losses in market heavyweight Nortel.
Brazil’s Bovespa stock index closed at 13,665.3, its lowest level in five months. Continued pressure from Argentina’s troubled economy, in conjunction with sell-offs in telecoms and electricity led to the decline.
Gains spurred by solid earnings from market heavy weight Telmex were insufficient to stop the negative tide on the Mexican IPC index as Nasdaq’s sell-offs kicked in on the bolsa as well.
Toronto index slammed
Blood flowed on the streets of Toronto on Wednesday as the Toronto Stock Exchange’s main index suffered its largest point drop in its history as investors dumped market heavyweight Nortel Networks Corp. on concerns its growth prospects were diminishing.
Analysts and traders were divided on Wednesday on the prospects of a quick recovery after the Toronto Stock Exchange 300 composite index closed down 840.26 points, or 8.1 percent, to 9511.84, on weaker-than-expected revenue growth at Nortel.
Volume was 147.3 million worth C$4.35 billion. Declining stocks doubled advancing issues.
The 8.1-percent drop was the second-biggest percentage loss since October 19, 1987.
Brazil hits record lows
Brazil’s benchmark stock market fell to a fresh five-month low close on Wednesday as players continued to worry about fallout from neighboring Argentina’s economic problems, traders said.
The Bovespa index of leading shares fell 0.97 percent to end at 13,665.3 points, its lowest close since May 23 when it ended at 13,587. A fall below the May 23 close would be heading into levels not seen since late November 1999.
Turnover was $304 million, above September’s daily average of $296 million. Decliners outweighed gainers by 33 to 22.
Traders said they doubted Argentina’s ability to revive its ailing economy and the market was nervously bandying about doomsday scenarios and estimates of the Brazil fallout.
Mexican stocks post losses
Mexican stocks closed down, failing to resist the Nasdaq sell-off after trading up briefly in the morning session on a positive third quarter earnings report by market bellwether Telefonos de Mexico (Telmex).
Mexico’s leading IPC index closed down 77.98 points, or 1.282 percent, at 6,003.680 after hitting an intraday high of 6,144.52 points in late morning trading.
was about 111.4 million shares compared with Tuesday’s turnover of 90 million shares. Of 76 active issues 40 fell, 18 rose and 18 were unchanged.
[End of excerpts]
In conclusion, although this is certainly not a popular science, it is a very workable one. And based on the predictions slated for our relatively immediate future, it is certainly in our best interest to find out more about it.