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Platy
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March 22, 2016 – 5:27 pm
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On March 28, heliocentric Uranus will be exactly 1 revolution from the 1932 market low.

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Suzy,

This is interesting. I’ve been noting that the 1929 high is 86 years to the 2015 high, which is ½ the 172 year Wheeler depression cycle.

The conjunction of Uranus and Neptune averages to 171.4 years and for the past 3 conjunctions, the crash has begun 14 years after each conjunction. The latest was 2007 (1993) except, of course, that central banks stepped in to change the trajectory, making a much bigger mess of things.

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April 4, 2016 – 10:04 pm
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Interesting Peter!

Also the 2000/2007/2015 peaks represent 30° movements of Uranus.

Furthermore, the 2009 low occurred at a Jupiter-Mars conjunction, which also marked the center (12/1/15) of this massive H&S forming.

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Suzy,

Do you know much about the 18.5 year lunar nodal cycle? I’m trying to equate it with the real estate cycle and I need to find a point in the cycle that I can align with a date, either the northern or southern high point, I guess, but haven’t been able to find the info.

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Is that the same as the lunar standstill? Seems to be a possible correlation there.

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The standstill is part of the cycle. I think the standstill is a each 9 year node. I’d have to go back to my notes to be sure about that timing. It’s a case of knowing exactly where it is in the cycle and then being able to link it to a specific year, so that I can determine how the lunar cycle fits with the ups and downs of the real estate cycle. 

I have this gut feeling that the real estate cycle affects each hemisphere inversely, so the high of the northern is the opposite of the high of the southern. In other words, Australia might hit the high of their cycle 9 years after Canada hits theirs.

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Yeah, the major standstill cycle is 18.6 years but there are minor standstills in between. Interesting theory about the hemispheres.

I just realized there is another forum for astro stuff. Feel free to move this thread over there.

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I have seen several dates predicted by the Uranus cycle. Don’t know where people get  their info but to the best of my knowledge a Uranus cycle is 30688.5 days, just over 84 years. Add this to 7/8/1932 and we get 7/15/16. There are just 2 numbers; the date for the low and the Uranus orbit in days. So if I am wrong I apreciate details.

7/15 will be a major to test and this just one of the reasons.

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This is due to the Precession of the Equinox. In Western astrology (as opposed to Vedic astrology), the zodiac drifts with the precession. This amounts to a drift of about 1° every 72 years.

7/15 could indeed be important as a heliocentric Vedic Uranus return. I have no idea as I do not study Vedic astrology.

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