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Predetermination (cont.)
By Johannes Brilleman

One of the first things that I found to show me something statistically significant, was the longitude of the Moon. It so happens that when the Moon crosses into the sign of Aries, there is a strange sudden movement in the charts that I am looking at. It should be mentioned that 'coincidentally', when a planet moves into Aries, that its longitude changes from 359 degrees into 0 degrees and therefore starts a new cycle.

The two examples above are again from the Euro — US Dollar exchange rate. And what we see is a sudden downward movement, one bar represents one hour. For the attentive readers: you will notice that the chart on the right shows the movement on December the 2nd, while the Moon crossed into Aries on December the 4th. It must be noted here that the 4th of December was a Sunday, and therefore the markets were closed. These 'Friday movements' are consistent, if the price HAS to move during the weekend, it WILL happen on the Friday before.

So at this point I became less hungry, but still not fully satisfied with understanding 'Why'.

I grew up in a small village, having chickens or other animals around was quite common. In these settings you often hear people speaking about how Full Moon affects animals. Well, it affects people too. I, for example, cannot sleep at all when it's Full Moon. It sounds stupid, but it is again one of those patterns you discover when you're staring out of the window in the middle of the night, worrying about having to go to work the following morning. And as you gaze out of the window, 'It' is there again, just like the previous time, hanging in the sky, making fun of you.

As I continued my research into this 0 degrees Aries phenomenon, I discovered that it is actually not 0 degrees Aries at all. With the Moon it is not so obvious, because of its relative size. But, if you analyse Mars (which is relatively much smaller to us), you will discover that the point of the sudden price movement is closer to 4 degrees Aries.

A compilation of pictures of Mars crossing the relative point of 0-8 degrees Aries. One bar represents one day.

For a long time I was searching for the 'Why' at 4 degrees Aries, and one day it struck me that I was not looking into the right direction. It so happens that 90 degrees 'earlier' in the sky, you will find the Galactic Center, at a comfortable 267 degrees longitude.

Some thoughts started to fall into place. The price movements that I was observing were following the point of relative mass (or gravity if you will). That is the reason that sometimes the price movement occurred at 4 degrees Aries and sometimes even at 8 degrees. The point changes according to the distribution of mass of our Solar System. I started making computer models that analysed the movement of price compared to all the known mass in our Solar System, RELATIVE to us. (I used the Swiss Ephemerides from Astrodienst in Switzerland, these programs are in the public domain)

An analysis of Euro USD, compared to relative mass of Solar System period of 2008 to present, one bar represents one week.

I was very happy with these discoveries. But not completely satisfied yet. Obviously this theory had merit at this point, but I was not able to fine-tune it to such a level that it was able to forecast extremely accurate. The reason for this I believe to be because of the thousands of objects in our Solar System that I am not able to track.

So I set out to trick the system. I made a new program that would compare the current known situation in the Solar System, to all its previous situations that were similar. And, I would take the average price movements of these previous occurrences. That worked great, and I have been publishing my forecasts on my YouTube channel:

It doesn't always work, but at least the success rate can be measured in numbers. In my statistics at least one week out of five is a complete failure and one other week is 'difficult to trade'. Which means a 70% succes rate.

The problem with this program was that it worked up until Jupiter. Because any planet at a further distance has a cycle time that goes way beyond the historic price movements that I posses. For example the Euro — US Dollar that I used as examples only go back to 1998 when the Euro was introduced. Keeping in mind that a full Geocentric orbit of Saturn takes well into 21 years.

I figured that to improve my theories, I would need a 'History' that was much longer. And after some meditation on the topic, I decided to use Wikipedia. It has an incredible database of world events (otherwise known as the 'News'), over a very long period of time.

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