We maintain the largest collection of secondary works on Gann Theory in the world, publishing many books written by top Gann experts and experienced Gann traders.
We continually review work by other Gann experts, filtering out the highest quality material for inclusion in our catalog in order to satisfy the needs of our demanding clientele.
A quick insight into general conditions of the market can be had by synthesizing combinations of data as simple indicators giving an overview.
Such indicators are often based on diverse data, from astrological signals, like Scott's Astronomical Market Barometer or Bradleyís Siderograph, to whether a specific market is overbought or oversold.
In Gannís day the two primary focuses for trading were stocks or commodities, but most principles taught for stock equally applied to commodities.
Without ignoring Gannís commodity work we provide works focusing on equity markets and individual stocks, or discussing the stock market, revealing valuable techniques with a scientific or esoteric perspective.
Baumring Science List
In the 1980ís Dr. Jerome Baumring, created an advanced course on the scientific cosmological system behind Gannís Law of Vibration, including over 100 important works.
These ranged from core works that Gann himself studied relating to Natural Science and Philosophy, to valuable works in alternative or lesser known scientific traditions.
Non-linear dynamic mathematics, known as Chaos Theory, seeks order in seeming random patterns, exploring subjects like Fractals, System Mechanics, Lorentz Attractors, and more.
Dr. Baumring originated the idea that Chaos theory provided insight into market phenomena, and later the great Mandelbrot tried to apply Chaos theory to the markets.
A branch of Chaos Theory, fractals are beautiful self-similar patterns mathematically generated from non-linear equations.
Fractals apply directly to financial market phenomena, and time-periodic market charts show that similar patterns permeate each time level.
Gann and Baumring saw common patterns foreshadowing coming events within consistent structure.
Science of Vibration
W. D. Gann coined this term as a basis of his system of market forecasting. It explores theories of aether physics, vortex systems, and universal order as considered in the late 1800ís, incorporated with valuable elements taken from esoteric cosmology.
The theory posits that vibration underlies all phenomena, and that harmonic factors govern universal forces.
W.D. Gann Works
We stock the complete collection of the works of W.D. Gann.
His private courses represent the most important of his writings, going into much greater detail than the public book series. Our 6 Volume set of Gann’s Collected Writings includes supplementary rare source materials, and is the most reliable compliation of Gann’s unadulterated vital work.
Dr. Jerome Baumring
The work of Dr. Baumring is the core inspiration upon which this entire website is based. Baumring is the only known modern person to have cracked the code behind WD Gannís system of trading and market order.
Baumring found and elaborated the system of scientific cosmology at the root of Gannís Law of Vibration.
There is no other Gann teaching that gets close to the depth of Baumringís work.
Walter Russell Materials
Documents from the Hasbrouck Space/Time Forecasting Archives
By Muriel & Louis Hasbrouck
Newly discovered papers showing the original title of Walter Russell’s The Universal One as The Eternal One and illustrating the close connection between Russell and Muriel Hasbrouck.
Muriel Hasbrouck’s close connection to her 7-year teacher, Walter Russell, is clearly illustrated here by her possession of the hand illustrated, onion-skin carbon-copy of the 1st 2 sections of the first draft of Russell’s The Universal One, which at that time was entitled The Eternal One. Further, her introduction to Russell’s 1931 painting exhibition, The Invisible Universe, at the New York Museum of Science & Industry under her maiden name “Muriel Bruce” shows the trust he had in her by assigned this critical task of introducing his work to New York society. This friendship and his tutelage inspired an insight that contributed to the Hasbrouck’s discovery of Space Time Field Forces, which developed her methodology of forecasting of space weather, earthquakes and finical markets, opening a new paradigm of solar influence upon terrestrial phenomena, as yet unknown to the modern scientific and academic establishment.
God and His Universe of Mind-Thoughts Electrically Expressed in Material Forms by Spiral Octave Waves of Light.
FIRST PRINCIPLES (CONT'D)
The Relation of Man to God and to His Universe.
The New Chemistry Structure of the Atom The Mystery of the Crystal Transmutation Law of Growth The New Biology The Life Cycle Through the "Here" and the "Hereafter."
Astronomy Astrophysics Structure of Nebulae.
The Eternal One: Chapter 1 - Page 14
the dual, octave wave of creating things, and the workings of its three times three which pulses it in universal rhythmic measure, each wave pulsing dually to its own potential measure.
The mathematical divisions of the octave wave are nine, being four twos, or eight, and its centering One of every two, and its controlling one which makes each nine ten.
This is a much a mathematical part of the structure of all waves of the lights of matter that it will be better comprehended if reduced to the following simple forumula:
An Article on Walter Russel from the New York World
New York World - July 21-30
SCIENTIST EVOLVES NEW SPACE THEORY
Russell, in Book out To-Day, Attacks Present Beliefs
'SOLIDS ARE ELECTRICITY'
Energy Forces Welded Together by Gravitation, He Says
SCIENTIST Who Evolved New Theory of Space
Walter Russell, president of the Society of Arts and Sciences, believes he has evolved a new theory to explain the laws of space the heavenly bodies that move in it.
Let our scientists bend their energies to the understanding of this "simple" principle, according to Mr. Russell, and an ocean steam ship like the Leviathan could easily produce her own fuel from sea water "in a machine not larger than a newspaper printing press."
This new theory is expounded in Russell's new book, "The Russell Genero-Radiative Concept, or the Cyclic Theory of Continuous Motion," which is out to-day. It is an elaboration and expansion, he states in the preface of his book "The Universal One," published four years ago.
Criticises Modern Science
It was in that book, he states, that he specifically outlined the unity of electricity and gravitation, which, three years later, was announced by Einstein without "crediting him with priority of discovery."
In his new book Mr. Russell suggets that a "major surgical operation upon the present beliefs" is the only salvation for present-day science.
The writer opens his attack upon these beliefs by challenged Newton's principle that the planets would fall into the sun and the moon into the earth if their orbital motions were stayed. This he claims to have proved untrue by a "solar gravitational" experiment in which a miniature model of the solar system is set up, with its poles similarly placed. When all these revolving planets and satellites are stopped they show no inclination to fall in to one another.
Other Incorrect Notions
Even our notions of gravitation and radiation are incorrect, Russell further asserts. Solids are composed of electricity and owe their existence to the power of gravitation to keep electrical forces welded together into what we term solids. Gravitation he defines as being the "charging positive force which pulls inward from within, while radiation is the discharging negative force which pushes outward from within."
Between every two ... space, Russell maintains, ... ... centre of gravitation around ... ... ... revolving orbits ... these ... held together by ... ... pole ... apart by another, these two poles deciding the potential relations and orbital motions of any two heavenly bodies.
"This hitherto undiscovered spatial control of mass," Russell goes on, "is the connecting link between mind and matter, the invisible and the visible universes. All solids are merely polarized extensions of the controlling polls in space and obey their will, just as man-made machines are extensions of men's minds and obey their will."
Weight Is a Dimension
On this theory it follows, according to Russell, that moving bodies have no weight and that weight is a dimension of motion, just as temperature in all its changes rises from and settles back to its position of equilibrium at zero.
The Russell theory tries to disprove the generally held belief that like charges repel and opposite charges attract one another. In point of fact he would have us believe all masses are doubly charged, or, to put it differently, there is no such thing as a negative charge, for that is but another way of designating a discharge.
"Many new metals of great value to industry can be secured," he contends, "by understanding nature's simple but hitherto unknown principles. Carbon metals, for example, will have steel. Silicon steel will become an ideal structural steel, with more than double its present strength, and very much cheaper because of the unlimited supply of sand as compared with iron ore."
Sir Arthur Eddington's theory of a "running down universe" is treated satirically by Russell, who counters with the assertion: "All things are growing things, whether stars or apples, and all growing things follow the same law."
"I believe, therefore," he says, "that all motion is the result of setting up an endless series of high and low pressure conditions which are inter-changing in their constant and useless attempts to equalize. This can never be accomplished so long as the One Force is a living, pulsating force."
Muriel Bruce's Article on Walter Russell's Exhibition of Paintings
ARTICLE ON EXHIBITION OF PAINTINGS BY WALTER RUSSELL "THE INVISIBLE UNIVERSE"
AT THE MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY OF NEW YORK, opened May 25th, 1931
by Muriel Bruce
When scientists fall out, who can be umpire?
Answer -- the artist, for seeing is believing.
Sir James Jeans, distinguished scientist from England, is going about the United States announcing his belief that the universe is rushing head-long to destruction, like a prodigal son on a down-hill path with never a chance of a comeback.
Walter Russell, famous as an American artist and sculptor, not only meets this pessimistic theory with arguments so logical that scientists have been forced to stop and listen, but has painted a series of pictures to illustrate his contentions. Eight of these paintings are now hanging in the Museum of Science and Industry of New York for all the world -- and the scientists -- to see.
The universe, Mr. Russell says, is doing nicely, swinging along under a fifty-fifty rule of give-and-take, and not -- as Sir James declares -- being constantly annihilated in the depths of inter-stellar space, which process, one of these days, would exhaust the source of life. Until now, Sir James has had the floor, but since May 25th Walter Russell's pictures have been on view in the Museum, and according to his explanation of their vivid beauty, they suggest that Sir James may be wrong.
The pictures show that for every expenditure of the universal energy there is a simultaneous and corresponding re-birth, and that there is therefore no danger of the running down of the cosmic clock. Scientists have looked at these pictures, and are wondering. Many of them, in fact, are studying the paintings with a view to finding out just how far their visualised concepts can be further tested in the laboratory.
It is a new idea. Until now, the invisible universe has remained invisible, even to the physicists who have measured and re-measured it -- but who do not appear to have arrived at any satisfactory conclusion about its fundamentals. Nor have the physicists, to date, been able to break down any of the laws of the Russell concept of the universal machinery. They see them, but are still unwilling to believe.
A well-known physicist, on the staff of a university renowned for scientific integrity, said -- after many talks with the artist -- "I can see your point, Mr. Russell. But after a lifetime of training along other lines, I find it difficult to go on seeing it."
To which the artist replied cheerfully -- "That, professor, is exactly why I had to paint these pictures, so that you could go on seeing them until you accept my two-way theory of the one force of the universe."
As a matter of fact, it was at the suggestion of a scientist that the pictures were painted. Twelve years ago, Walter Russell had reached the top of the artistic ladder in America. He had not even begun to think about how the universe works. Sixty thousand a year was his average earning capacity, for this man's genius is not the kind that starves in garrets. He is one of the first five American sculptors and portrait-painters, and has been for some time the president of the Society of Arts and Sciences. He has been acknowledged as the father of the co-operative apartment idea, for he was one of the first of the experimentalists in that field to make the system practical and self-supporting. This is the man who ten years ago suddenly became convinced that he, through the inner, awakened eye of the artist, had seen the universe exactly as it is, in terms of color, and who, as a result of his vision, threw his career to the winds and started in to describe what he had seen. He turned, for the first time, to the study of science, which alone could provide him with the necessary vocabulary.
History repeats itself. The first expression of a new idea invariably falls on stony ground -- but if a seed of truth be there, it will find an earth-filled cranny and begin to sprout. Walter Russell spent a fortune in the printing of a book which told of his inspired convictions in words, and in diagrams and charts which are at once so sublimely clear and yet so complicated that hardly anybody can understand them. Mr. Russell sent copies of this book to men prominent in many lines of endeavor, but at that time science believed the atom to be indestructible, and the Russell concept is not in agreement with that theory.
The books were tossed aside. But the artist held to his beliefs, and early in 1931 we find him in the study of an eminent New York physicist, discussing the winding and unwinding of the universe. Paper and p encil were called into action that the artist might prove to the professor that the machinery is not running down, but is functioning two ways -- tearing down and building up at the same time through polarisation, which is the meeting of two opposed forces under the attraction of gravitation and the repulsion of radiation for the purpose of reproduction. And at last -- "If only," said Walter Russell passionately, "I could show it to you as I see it, in colors!"
"Well," said the professor, "you're an artist, aren't you? Why not paint it?"
So it happened that in an incredibly short space of time Walter Russell was back in the study, probably the happiest man in America. With him came a canvas, which he said was the first of a series illustrating in all the colors of the spectrum his ideas of how the universe works. The scientist saw, and was enthusiastic. He suggested that the picture be exhibited, and later he wrote Mr. Russell a letter which ran in part as follows:
"If through painting you can express your ideas, which you explained to me briefly in words, I am inclined to think that you have found the basis of a new art, an art which is best fitted to interpret inanimate nature, rather than animate nature. I believe that anyone capable of understanding your paintings will have a much clearer conception of universal waves than he would through any text-book description. I sincerely hope that you will find it possible to complete the series of sixty or more paintings which you have in mind. I wish you every success."
The eight pictures now hanging in the Museum demonstrate the principle that there is only one force in t he universe, seemingly divided into two, ever striving for equilibrium in the never-ceasing process of creation. Everything in the universe contains both phases of this force -- negative and possitive, radiative and gravitative, feminine and masculine, expanding and contracting. The seven colors of the spectrum, being so divided, show all processes of expansion on the blue half, and all contraction on the red half, with yellow being the high-pressure balancing point at the centre.
If Walter Russell is right, science will have to look to her laurels and art will score a triumph. He is the younger son of a carpenter in a little Massachusetts town, and has risen from the position of carpenter's assistant to that of a great artist simply by the power of his own creative ability. He hes earned his way from the bottom up -- the sole assistance he ever received being a ten dollar bill from a kindly uncle when he was determined to work his way through art-school. Walter Russell stands on one side of the startling picture of "science at the cross-roads." On the other stands the noble company of Jeans, Eddington, Millikan, and the older scientists, Newton, Kepler, and the rest of those great trail-breakers who paved the way for radios and airplanes, for television and the younger children of the electric family not yet born to a generation so accustomed to miracles that it does not even see them when they come.
Whatever grows out of it all, one thing is clear. Never before in history has art in its purest inspirational form joined hands with science to help humanity understand the structure of the world, of man, and of the universe.
Here is a new thing under theS un, the invisible made visible in terms of beauty. Only an artist could have accomplished it, and only an artist could have held to his dream through years of discouragement until the coming of his opportunity. A contemporary poethas said that every scientist has in him something of the spirit of the artist, and every true artist is fundamentally a scientist. If Walter Russell has achieved nothing more than a visible proof of this hypothesis, his accomplishment has been well worthwhile. And it is possible that he has proved, as well, that by understanding the universe as it really is, humanity may discard all ideas of chaos, and begin to function under the law of harmonious order, which alone makes for health, happiness and the development of a greater civilization. If the theories of this artist-scientist are proved workable, they would seem to hold the promise of an immense step forward not only in physics, but in chemistry, metallurgy, and all industry.
Selected Walter Russell Diagrams from the Hasbrouck Archives
With rare research from the 1920ís through the 1970ís, the Hasbrouck Space-Time Archives studied market influence based on Solar Field Force.
Muriel Hasbrouck, aided by her husband Louis, researched solar phenomena, space weather and earthquakes in relation to market forecasting, producing a well-received forecasting letter for 30 years.
Baumring Financial List
Dr. Baumring compiled long reading lists even more comprehensive than Gann's, comprising works having key elements directly applicable to Gann Theory and Cosmological Economics.
Any student wanting to explore particular fields in depth will find Baumringís lists to be indispensable, since they over important but unfamiliar topics.
Among professional traders, risk management is understood to be the absolutely most fundamental element leading to successful trading, because with proper risk management one can use randomly generated signals and still trade successfully.
This is done by limiting oneís losses while letting oneís profits run.
Speculation is the trading of market positions for the sole purpose to make money.
It is a secondary industry from general investing in stocks or trading in commodities where individuals buy and sell with no fundamental interest in the underlying market.
We publish many works using this term, like Gannís "Speculation a Profitable Profession".
Weather has a strong influence on the potential prices of crops, so Astrological weather forecasting was of great interest to market analysts.
We publish George McCormack's Long Range Astro-weather Forecasting which is considered one of the better classics.
A.J. Pearce also wrote some sections on weather forecasting which are classics.
Celestial Mechanics deals particularly with the motion of celestial bodies, especially the solar system, but also wider regions of cosmic space.
The subject explores the relationships and processes of heavenly bodies, examining cycles of time, motions of celestial bodies, and the influences between cosmic and local forces.
Leonardo Fibonacci is often cited as the discoverer of the Golden Ratio or Phi, but he was not the first, The Ancients called this the Divine Proportion and used it in their art and architecture.
The Golden Ratio is the governing principle of most natural forms, and the Divine Proportion is the most dominant mathematical form in the natural universe.
Vibration by The Patterns
Volume 1 of Dr. Lorrie Bennet’s 4 volume series. A course in Theoretical Wave Mechanics as an introduction and foundation to Gann’s Law of Vibration. This volume lays foundations for all Gann and Baumring’s higher teachings and is an essential prerequisite to move on to the deeper levels of Gann Theory presented in Vols. 2-4.