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227, 242, 272, 317, 333, 365 calendar days. These time periods approximate 45, 60, 90, 120, 135, 180,225,240, 270, 315, 330, 360 degrees of longitude. If you want to be exact, I suggest you learn to use an ephemeris or download the free program Astrolog from http: www.magitech.com/-cruiserl/astrolog.htm. As an example, the Dow Jones Industrial Average had the following significant dates in the year 1997. High on March 12, 1997, Low on April 13\ High on July 30 double top on August "". Low on August 31", High on October 7\ Low on October 27 Top on December 7\ and a Low on December 25. 1 have created a table in Excel on the next page with these dates and the future dates that resulted from adding the calendar day series of 46, 61, 91, 121, 137, 182, etc to the date ofa major tum in the Dow Jones Industrials.

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5/ 7

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7/2/ 7

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12/1 7

1/1U9B

2Q4/98

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4/13

9/14╣

12/14S7

1/28/

3/14se

3/29/96

7/30

9/2 7

12/21 7

2/4/S8

3/21

4/5/96

6/19/9

7/5/9

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4/30/96

7/14/9

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13/27/98

12/7/97

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4/7/

4/23/98

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11/7/98

We are going to use this table to find dates for the year 1998, but first, 1 would like to encourage you to study the table forthe year 1997 as well. To get you started, 1 will give you the following example. From the date 3/12/97 notice that the July 30 top is 135-degrees or 137 days from the March 12" top. The October 27 Low is 225-degrees or 227 days from the March 12 High. The August 31" low is also 135-degrees or 137 days from the April 13 Low. The October 7" high is approximately 180-degrees from



the same April 13*" Low, etc. Now, when we look at this table for 1998, we see that the ?, following dates have multiple geometric relationships to previous txuTiing dates-

The week of January 6\ 1998 is 270° from 4/3/97 and 90° from 10/7/97. The week of January 23", 1998 is 315° to 3/12/97, 180° to 7/30/97 and 90° to 10/27/97. The week of February 8 1998 is 330° to 3/12/97, 180° to 8/6/97, 60° to 12/7/97 and 45° to 12/25/97. The week of February 24 1998 is 315° to 4/13/97, 135° to 10/7/97, 120° to 10/27/97 and 60° to 12/25/97, The week of March 12 1997 is 360° (Anniversary Date!) to 3/12/97, 330° to 4/13/97, 225° to 7/30/97. 135° to 10/27/97 and 90° to 12/7/97. April 7\ 1998 is 240° to 8/6/97, 180° to 10/7/97 and 120° to 12/7/97. The week of April 13\ 1998 is 360° (Anniversary Date!) to 4/13/97 and 225° to 8/31/97. The week of April 28"" is 270° to 7/30/97, 240° to 8/31/97 and 180° to 10/27/97. This is the basic process used for calculating important future turning dates. The chart on the following page illustrates this technique on a chart. I did not fill in all of the turns so that you would have Ihe opportunity to discover these on your own.

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There are other methods of calculating future time targets that are covered later in this course on the Square of Nine. You must master the basics before you move on to



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