beta-test e-mini forecast

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Re: beta-test e-mini forecast

Post by NDscorpini » Sat Jun 27, 2020 5:04 pm

Hi All,

I recently made the best discovery yet in my 23 year journey. I figured out how to correctly set up the flower of life.

Davinci was obsessed with it
Guardian Lion in China is standing on flower of life
Nasim shows a laser burned flower of life in Egypt
My point being it was a significant geometric shape in the ancient world. I need lots more data to be sure it isn’t a fluke but if it isn’t…stay tuned.

Best wishes,
NDscorpini

p.s.
As always I set it up the night BEFORE the market opens ;)
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Re: beta-test e-mini forecast

Post by NDscorpini » Fri Jul 10, 2020 9:20 pm

Hi All,
pear1924 PM me and wanted to see the flower of life with my settings. I do it 2 ways. One the night before and one I truck over to the first gann swing of the day. It isn't a standalone tool but quite helpful with all the other stuff I use.
Best wishes,
NDscorpini
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Re: beta-test e-mini forecast

Post by NDscorpini » Sat Jul 18, 2020 6:49 pm

Hi All,
It has been said that two of Gann's biggest influences were Pythagoras and Michael Faraday.

https://techstory.in/michael-faraday-qu ... tems...%20

Out of the top 20 quotes from Faraday here are my favorite two.

1. Nothing is too wonderful to be true if it is consistent with the laws of nature.

7. A natural law regulates the advance of science. Where only observation can be made, the growth of knowledge creeps; where laboratory experiments can be carried on, knowledge leaps forward.

It all comes down to natural law and experimentation, right?
Best wishes,
NDscorpini

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