Astro Active Angles

By live or active angles is meant Prices and Time Periods where the Longitude of the major planets are or where the squares, triangles, oppositions are to these planets.

The average of the six major planets Heliocentric and Geocentric are the most powerful points for Time and Price resistance. Also the Geocentric and Heliocentric average of the five major planets with Mars left out, is of great importance and should be watched.

You should also calculate the averages of eight planets which move around the Sun as this is the first most important odd square. The square 1" gives 9, the square of 3 and completes the first important odd square, which is important for Time and Price.

Examples of live, active angles: at the present writing, Jan. 18, 1954, Saturn Geo, is 8 to 9 degrees Scorpio. Add the square or 90 degrees gives 8 to 9 degrees Aquarius and equals the price 308-309, for May Beans. The planet Jupiter is at 21 degrees Gemini, which is 81 degrees in longitude from "0" the square of 9. Subtract 135 degrees from Jupiter gives 306 or 6 degrees Aquarius. This is why soybeans have met resistance so many times between 306 and 311-1/4. The price resistance levels come out strong around these degrees and prices and the Geometrical angles come out on daily, weekly and monthly, but the power of Saturn and Jupiter aspects, working out Time to these price resistance levels, is what halts the advance in Soybeans.

24 Revolutions of Time and Price - The earth makes one revolution on its axis in 24 hours, moving 360 degrees in longitude. One hour of Time equals 15 degrees in longitude, and for one hour of Time, we use one cent of Price. This is for highly active markets but can be used for weekly and monthly time periods, as you can see by the Master Chart.

The longitude of the Planets and the longitude of the average of the Planets determine the Resistance Levels as the price moves around each cycle of 24 cents per bushel.

You mark on the Master Chart all low prices with a red circle around them and place around all high prices a green circle. Then note the angles of 45, 60, 90, 120, 135, 180, 225, 240, 270, 300, 315 and 360 from each high and low.

Then check the Longitude of the Planets and the Longitude of the average of the Planets to see when the Price reaches these degrees or aspects and meets resistance. Example: Dec. 2, 1953, May Soybeans high 311-1/4. This equaled 18 degrees 45' in Pisces, close square or 90 degrees of Jupiter, 135 degrees to Saturn and 180 degrees of the averages, and 120 degrees of Uranus.

300 Price equals 30 degrees Virgo. 302 equals 30 degrees Libra. 304 equals 30 degrees Scorpio. On Jan 18, 1954, the planet Saturn Geo. is 8 degrees 30' Scorpio, and 15 degrees Scorpio gives a price of 303, therefore when May Beans decline to 302, they will be below the body or longitude of Saturn and will indicate lower.

At the same time, using the Earth's annual revolution of 365-1/4 days to move around the Sun, a price of 308-1/2 is 0 degrees or square to Saturn. As long as the price is below 308-1/2 it is within the square and in position to go lower.

But by the 24th revolution, when the price breaks below 304, it is in the bear sign Scorpio, a fixed sign and will indicate lower prices.

Study and analyze all options of all commodities in the same way as we have analyzed May Beans.

Remember, when these Resistance Points are met you must give the market time to show that it is making tops or bottoms and getting ready to make a change in trend before deciding that the main trend has changed.

You can buy or sell against these resistance levels and place a stop loss order. Having before you all the information outlined above, you would certainly have gone short of May Soy Beans on Dec 2, 1953 and cover your shorts on Dec 17 at 296 because the price was down to the 45 degree angle from 44 on the Monthly high and low chart.

24 Cent Moves or More - It is very important to watch the action on the daily and weekly chart when the price is up or down 24 cents from any high or low, 48 cents, 72 cents most important because three times 24, 96 cents, 120 or 5 times 24; 144 of great importance because 6 times 24 - very important. You can also use 1/2 of 24, which is 12, and watch 36, 60, 84, etc. which equals 180 degrees or half the circle or cycle.