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cycles are not static

THE HIGHEST wheat has ever reached are the two tops of 2-27-08 and 3-11-08. Wheat resonated very strongly with this time period. Beans made a top of $15.71 on 3-3-08 with an ensuing drop of $4.60 in less than 30 days! This top is still the 2nd highest point in soybean history. Corn was the only one of the 3 grains that did not have a major move at this time.

You must remember, cycles are not static. You cannot simply count a certain number of days forever into the future expecting the markets to turn on that length of time ad infinitum. The cycles are elliptical, which means their length varies. The earth and venus cycles are the closest thing to being static. Their orbits are the closest to being a circle, instead of an ellipse. As an example, there are times when mars is moving so fast that 180 degrees of its orbit (half) can take only 300 days, and when it is farthest from the sun and moving slower, half of its orbit can last 410 days. This is why repeating cycles are never discovered until one looks at the planets, and measures the distance these planets are traveling.

The reason one could count the 273 days from 12-5-08 to 3-4-11 is that AT THAT TIME the J-S cycle was synchronized with 270 degrees of earth.


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