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Re: beta-test e-mini forecast

Post by NDscorpini » Sun Feb 02, 2020 1:59 am

Hi All,
If any of you want to help me with research project I'm going to put this out there. The natural law that Gann uses in his trading is from a book written by Hermes called "The Kybalion." In one of the free energy websites that I go to there is a thread where they are trying to apply this information to electromagnetism. It is an old thread and there are 217 pages. I am trying to go through 2-5 pages a day in hopes of stumbling across something that might help us with our trading. If any of you whip through these pages and find something PLEASE POST IT!!! It might be a new drawing tool or an idea for a new indicator. It is a long drawn out painful process BUT...that is the only way I know to make progress.

http://www.energeticforum.com/forum/ene ... omagnetism

Good luck and keep us all updated of anything worth discussing.
Best wishes,
NDscorpini

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Re: beta-test e-mini forecast

Post by NDscorpini » Fri Mar 06, 2020 11:31 pm

Hi All,
I want to share with you my take on the Law of Vibration. In the Kyballion it merely states that everything is moving at an atomic level and there is no real stillness. I think it is the cause in the cause and effect. Take something very simple, the electrolysis of water. Hydrogen on one side and on the other oxygen.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQ9Fhd7P_HA
So what you might ask. Have you heard of Brown's gas? Yull Brown performed electrolysis of water but combine them in one tube as a mixture. He perturbed the water differently.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V80dHrK5euI
Hydrogen and Browns gas have COMPLETELY different properties. Hydrogen burns at 932F and it explodes. Brown's gas burns at 300F and it implodes. Further when you make Brown's gas you also make a little H1 (atomic hydrogen) and O1 (atomic oxygen).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6_uiRnHnbVM
hho/air mixture reacting with catalyst converter. Regular hydrogen doesn't do that.

So this is my long winded explanation for setting up your drawing tools. If you aren't getting the effect that you want keep changing the cause i.e. the way you perturb them. Every variable matters!!!
Best wishes,
NDscorpini

p.s.
I just found this video about how seeds and worms react to a north pole magnet vs. the south pole. How you perturb something will determine the effect that you get.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=34HlwXiUx9A

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Re: beta-test e-mini forecast

Post by NDscorpini » Wed Mar 11, 2020 8:11 pm

Hi All,
The following screenshot was taken from a book I found while doing my R&D. The highlighted passage at the end caught my attention. What did he mean by that?

Best wishes,
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