Friday, May 25, 2012

SLTD-Projection & 1972 - 2012 Analogy (40 Year Cycle)

Red MTD # 11 LOW + Blue ITD #2 LOW = 2012-05-18 (Fri)
Red MTD # 12 HIGH + Blue ITD #3 HIGH = 2012-06-01-04 (Fri-Mon)
Magenta SLTD # 4 LOW + Black LTD #8 LOW + Red MTD #1 LOW + Blue ITD #4 LOW = 2012-06-08 (Fri)
Light Blue SSLTD #16 HIGH ? + Magenta SLTD # 5 HIGH + Black LTD #9 HIGH + Red MTD #2 HIGH + Blue ITD #1 HIGH = 2012-08-29 (Wed)
Magenta SLTD # 6 LOW = 2013-02-27 (Wed)
Light Blue SSLTD #16 HIGH ? + Magenta SLTD # 7 HIGH = 2013-06-03 (Wed)

Thursday, May 24, 2012

International Stock Indices reflecting Global Depression

45 TD Cycle = mid - June Low
90 TD
Cycle = mid - June Low 
180 TD / 9 Month Cycle = mid - June Low
then higher into late July - early August
360 TD
Cycle = LOY into September - October, up into March 2013, next major bottom by mid 2014 =
4 Year Cycle = mid 2014 Low, 2015 strong Up.

See also

9 Month Cycle Low NOW or in June ?

See also

Time + Price = June 4th HIGH in SPX ?

Facebook & the Crest of Dot-Com-Bubble #2

Facebook defies logic.
If Facebook is valued at $100 billion, its valuation would be 33 times its advertising revenue, compared with 5.5 times for Google. To sustain its value, Facebook would need to grow its revenues by 41% percent per year for the next five years. That is very hard to do for any company, especially one of Facebook’s size. … Even a minor hiccup in the business model could lead to significant losses for purchasers."
There's a bunch of friends and family stock in folks hands that is locked up for 6 months. You can bet they will dump. Insiders cashing out on the IPO, massive potential insider selling to come, who’s left to buy? 
Mahendra: "Unfortunately, I don’t see any exciting future for FACEBOOK in the longer term. In fact I won’t surprise at all if FACEBOOK valuations wipeout huge in the next six year. I wish my Astro predictions came wrong for FACEBOOK because I really like Mr. Mark Zuckerberg. They need to change facebook Astro chart and that is only possible if they change the name of FACEBOOK.
Behavioral economics is the new "psychology of denial".

S&P 500 - NYMO + % Stocks above 50MA

John Hampson's Update: Percentage of stocks above the 50MA shows how extreme oversold we just reached, but again from that kind of level we have previously seen v-bounces or more extended basing, lasting from a couple of weeks to a couple of months.
Source: IndexIndicators
But hopefully the message is clear: from such extreme readings in Nymo, % stocks above 50MA and CBI (which hit 11 on Friday), the nominal bottom was close.
My models show downward pressure into the end of next week. What happens the last couple of days of this week I therefore consider to be key. If stocks can rally further away from their lows then I would expect Euro and oil to reverse and join them and for a v-bounce low to be happening, with some consolidation only into the end of next week. If pro-risk alternatively falls and takes out last week's lows then I will be looking to attack on the buy side again once we see the Nymo divergence and that would most likely after the end of next week once positive pressure emerges.

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

STD Green Week (May 21-25)

2012-Feb-27 (Mon) = Green = 10.30H, 11.15L, 12.20H, 2.00L, 3.40H or Inverse
2012-Feb-28 (Tue) = Red = (9:55-10:10H), 79% 10:20L, 11:40H, 68%/32% Inversion, 13:00L, 14:00H, 15:10L
2012-Feb-29 (Wed) = Blue = (9.40H), 10.00-30 Low, 12.40H, 1.40L, 3.00-30H
2012-Mar-01 (Thu) = Orange = (9.40L), 10.00H, 11.00L, 12.30H, 2.30L, 3.20-50H
2012-Mar-02 (Fri) = Green = 10.30H, 11.15L, 12.20H, 2.00L, 3.40H

Yesterday was a SU day closing near the day's high.

Tuesday’s bias is an Inversion day with 79% chance for a 9:55 - 10:10 LOW and a 11:40 HIGH +/-30. There will be another Inversion with 68% chance for a last hour LOW and 32% chance for a last hour HIGH. The 15:10 CIT should be a LOW = (9:55-10:10H), 79% 10:20L, 11:40H, 68%/32% Inversion, 13:00L, 14:00H, 15:10L

[ We are currently in a ITD-inversion window ]

2012-05-18 (Fri) = Tidal CIT
2012-05-18 (Fri) = AI 0
2012-05-19 02:22 (Sat) = MER 180 MAR [helio]
2012-05-19 11:35 (Sat) = Moon @ Apogee
2012-05-20 18:47 (Sun) = New Moon = Solar Eclipse
2012-05-20 21:08 (Sun) = MER 180 SAT [helio]
2012-05-21-22 (Mon-Tue) = Tidal CIT
2012-05-21 (Mon) = ITD #(1-x) HIGH [+/- 2 TD] = MTD #12 ?
2012-05-23 10:14 (Wed) = VEN 180 JUP [helio]
2012-05-24-25 (Thu-Fri) = Tidal CIT
2012-05-25 (Fri) = ITD #2 LOW [+/- 2 TD]
2012-05-25 (Fri) = AI 0
2012-05-25 11:31 (Fri) = MER 0 JUP [helio]
2012-05-26 03:47 (Sat) = MER 180 VEN [helio]
2012-05-27 11:08 (Sun) = MER 180 EAR [helio]
2012-05-27 16:19 (Sun) = SUN 0 MER
2012-05-28 (Mon) = Bradley CIT [geo & helio]
2012-05-28 15:16 (Mon) = First Quarter
2012-05-29 (Tue) = Tidal CIT
2012-05-30 10:24 (Wed) = VEN 120 URA [helio] = MWW-CIT
2012-05-30 20:40 (Wed) = MER @ 88 [helio] = MWW-CIT
2012-06-01 (Fri) = ITD #3 HIGH [+/- 2 TD] = MTD #12 ?

The Subtleties of the Inimitable Mullah Nasreddin

Mullah Nasreddin is a satirical Sufi figure, sometimes believed to have lived around 13th century and considered a populist philosopher and wise man, remembered for his funny stories and anecdotes. He appears in thousands of stories, sometimes witty, sometimes wise, but often, too, a fool or the butt of a joke.  It is believed that the mystical effect of seven Nasreddin tales, studied in succession, is enough to prepare the individual for enlightenment.

Seeking and Finding
It was a dark autumn night. Nasreddin, down on his elbows and knees, was searching assiduously in the dust, under the street light.
A belated neighbour asked him,
"What are you doing
"I am looking for my key."
The helpful fellow got down on his knees to give a hand. They searched at length, without result.
Tired, the man finally doubted,
"Tell me
Nasreddin, are you certain that you really lost your keys here?"
"Of course not," replied Nasreddin, "I lost them in my cellar."
"Then why on earth do you look for them in the street?"
"For there is more light here."

Smuggling common Sense
It used to happen when Nasreddin was still young and his beard was still black and cheeky, before his pilgrimage to the holy city of Mecca.
Season after season, day in day out and even three or four times a day, he would ride his donkey through the toll gate up the valley. Time after time the customs officers would check his load, saddlebags and even his turban.
They never found more than loads of hay. They knew there had to be something but just couldn't find what.
This ploy continued under the nose of the border guards, for several years, to the despair of the captain.
Forty years later, the retired captain leaned over the table at the tea house in Aksehir, closer to the Mullah's now respectable white beard and asked,
"Just tell me Nasreddin, before we die in our old age and your skilled trick gets lost. What were you hiding? I checked you so many times, with my own hand, and your donkeys never carried anything other than hay. What was it that you smuggled?"
The Mullah stared at him with his round innocent eyes.
"Donkeys, what else my good man?"

Educating the Donkey
The wiser Nasreddin grew, the less food there was on his table. The more he taught the less he got.
Something had to be done to make both ends meet. Nasreddin thought that he could at least teach his donkey to eat less. So, he will spare some money.
Day after day, little by little, he would give the animal less and less barley.
The donkey did not seem to mind, on the contrary its temper improved, he became tame and slower, careful to keep on the road.
Seeing such good progress, Nasreddin went on with the diet until the donkey only had a handful of fodder and some water for the day. The villagers were impressed.
One morning Nasreddin looked into the stable and run to see his neighbour, lamenting:
"Misfortune! Everything was going so well and now, just when I taught him not to eat at all, the donkey died.

The Egg
Someone asked Nasreddin to guess what he had in his hand.
“Give me a clue,” said the Mullah.
“I'll give you several,” said the wag. “It is shaped like an egg, egg-sized, looks, tastes and smells like an egg. Inside it is yellow and white. It is liquid within before you cook it, coalesces with heat. It was, moreover, laid by a hen…”
“I know!” interrupted the Mullah. “It is some sort of cake.”

What could become what
Hakim went to a restaurant and ordered boiled eggs.
The crafty proprietor gave him a bill for five silver pieces.
Hakim protested that this was far too much.
'If I had kept those eggs and the hen had hatched them, they would have become chickens,’ said the restaurant man, ‘and their progeny, and theirs, and theirs, would have produced millions of eggs—worth much more than five coin. You have had your eggs cheap.’
The local judge was Nasreddin, and Hakim took his complaint to him. The restaurant man had to go along too, to defend his case.
Nasreddin at that time heard his cases at home, because he said that ‘justice always appears in life.’
When he had heard the two arguments, Nasreddin took some corn and boiled it. Then he let it cool a little, and planted it, spoonful by spoonful, in his garden.
‘Whatever are you doing?’ asked the two.
‘Planting corn, so that it will multiply,’ said Nasreddin.
‘Since when could something which had been boiled multiply like that?’ burst out the restaurant owner.
‘That is the judgement of this court,’ said Nasreddin. ‘Good day to you both.’

Tit for Tat
Nasreddin went into a shop to buy a pair of trousers. Then he changed his mind and chose a cloak instead, at the same price.
Picking up the cloak he left the shop.
‘You have not paid,’ shouted the merchant.
‘I left you the trousers, which were of the same value as the cloak.’
‘But you did not pay for the trousers either.’
‘Of course not,’ said the Mullah —‘why should I pay for something I did not want to buy?’

Mullah Nasreddin and the Misunderstanding 
Mullah Nasreddin immigrated to the USA and became a university professor. One day he arrived at the weekly university talk open to all the public. Typically these talks were given by visiting professors and attended by the university staff and their spouses, as well as few students and general public.
As Nasreddin entered the huge lecture theater the university president took him to the side and said, “You are giving the talk.”
The Mullah replied, “I’m not ready for a lecture. What happened to the guy who was supposed to give the talk?”
The president informed him that the visiting professor had been delayed because of a snow storm and he had to give the talk.
Nasreddin asked, “Why me and what’s the topic?”
The President told him, “You talk on the subject of sex because you are the only one who’s spouse is not here,” and before he could complain he pulled Nasreddin with him to the podium and they announced that professor Nasreddin was going to give a talk on sex and marital bliss.
So Nasreddin started to wing it and soon he was quite enjoying himself and got into a stride. Everyone really enjoyed the talk. Forty five minutes later he finished and received a standing ovation.
That evening when Nasreddin got home his wife asked how the day had gone? The Mullah said that he had given a talk.
“Really,” asked his wife, “What was the talk about?”
The Mullah did not wish to tell his wife that he had been talking about sex and marital bliss and perhaps reveled some information about their sex life and bedroom happening. So he replied, “I talked about sailing.”
His wife was incredulous. She said, “But you don’t know anything about sailing?”
“I know that, but they didn’t,” and that was the end of the conversation.
The next day Nasreddin’s wife bumped into a couple of ladies who had heard the talk. One of then told her, “I didn’t know your husband was such an expert in the subject.” Nasreddin’s wife said, “Oh, no he really isn’t such an expert. In fact he’s only done it twice, and the first time he lost his hat and the second time he fell over the side.

Monday, May 21, 2012

May 22 = ITD & MTD LOW ?

The Moon cycles turned Bearish again for a possible Eclipse Panic Low near the 21st

The dual Moon cycles shown as white and yellow lines on the charts are gradually going back in phase for the Summer and this makes trading the Moons more reliable as Price is more likely to follow the lines in the periods when they are both going down or up together. We can see this with the early April and early May declines matching the period when both lines were going down together, but the Eclipse of May 20th is causing a Panic low like the November 25th eclipse suggesting a large rebound into the Moon in Leo of the 25th as seen in the charts below and a sharp rebound back to 1340-50 is quite possible this week.

Monday, May 14, 2012

One Day the Devil and his Friend ...

One day the devil and his friend were walking down the street
when they saw ahead of them a man stoop down and pick up something from the ground, 
look at it, and put it away in his pocket.
The friend asked the devil:
"What did that man pick up?"   
"He picked up a piece of truth" said the devil. 
"That is a very bad business for you", replied the devil's friend.
"Oh, not at all" responded the devil.  "I'm going to let him organize it."
Jiddu Krishnamurti

STD Red Week | May 14-18

Delta - Tides - Astro-Events

2012-05-11 (Fri) = ITD #(1) = LOW [+/- 2 TD]
2012-05-13-14 (Sun-Mon) = Tidal CIT
2012-05-13 08:27 (Sun) = SUN 0 JUP = Level 2
2012-05-13 13:33 (Sun) = JUP 180 EAR [helio]
2012-05-15 03:51 (Tue) = MER @ 358 [helio] = MWW-CIT
2012-05-15 09:27 (Tue) = VEN (R) = Level 1
2012-05-16 10:55 (Wed) = MAR 120 PLU = Level 2
2012-05-16 15:15 (Wed) = MER 0 URA [helio]
2012-05-18 (Fri) = Tidal CIT
2012-05-21 (Mon) = ITD #(1-x) = HIGH [+/- 2 TD] = MTD #12 ?

See also HERE

SPX - Hurst Cycles Analysis

Thursday, May 10, 2012

Eris | The 10th Planet

Eris (formerly known as UB 313 or Xena, dubbed the 10th planet in the media) has first been first spotted in 2003. In 2005 astronomers have discovered that Eris is actually larger in size than Pluto. Eris has very similar astrological qualities than Jupiter. That means Eris is not a planet of discord, but a planet of good fortune and success. In fact, Eris is the next best thing in astrology after Jupiter. Eris is even better than Venus. One reason for this is that Eris moves much slower than Venus. Therefore the beneficial influence of Eris is much longer lasting than the beneficial influence of Venus. Venus is combination with Jupiter creates highs on hourly charts. Eris in combination with Jupiter creates highs on daily and weekly financial charts. See also:

Markus Rose: The 10th Planet "ERIS"
Eris Ephemeris from 1900 to 2030 (Eris' position is currently @
21Ar44'42" = 21.25°)
SE_Aspectarian - Astrological Aspectarian (freeware) to calculate aspects of Eris to other planets e.g.
Venus 000° 21.250       02/26/2012 14:43
Sun 000° 21.250           04/10/2012 17:43
Mercury 000° 21.250    05/03/2012 21:29
Mars 180° 21.250         08/09/2012 15:55
Mercury 180° 21.250    09/29/2012 17:08
Sun 180° 21.250           10/14/2012 04:50
Venus 180° 21.250       11/14/2012 22:59

Kress Cycles

Samuel J. Kress (proprietor of SJK Capital and publisher of the cycle-based SineScope advisory; 15 Phoenix Avenue, Morristown, NJ 07960) is credited with the discovery of the cycle series which bears his name.

His 2011 Special Edition XI begins with an explanation of how the Kress cycles are constituted. As mathematics is the most precise of all languages, the Kress cycles are based on a basic mathematical sequence which, in Kress' words, "identifies the natural order of universal events." He is referring of course to the famous Fibonacci sequence. This sequence forms the basis of each component cycle. For instance, the Fibonacci numbers 2 and 3 are combined (2x3) to form the 6-year cycle, which is the starting point of the cycle series. The number 6 is then multiplied by the Fibonacci number 5 to produce the 30-year cycle. The Fibonacci numbers 8 and 5 are multiplied to produce the 40-year cycle, and the powerful 40-year cycle multiplied by the Fibonacci number 3 results in the 120-year cycle.
Samuel J. Kress: “Let me give you just one example of how important the Fibinoacci sequence is. A deck of cards is constituted similar to a year: 52 cards (weeks), four suits (seasons), 13 cards in a suit (weeks in a season). The numbered cards begin with two, the basic prime number, and end in 10, a decade. The width of a conventional deck is 5/8 of the length (two Fibonacci numbers), the beginning of the 62% odd infinitum ratio. Fibonacci numerology is clearly evident in various aspects of life. Whenever a bear market or contracting economy occurs, the blame game begins. However, this is a futile exercise for “it’s all in the cards.” 

Clif Droke on the Final High 2012, a projection based on Kress' cycles (Friday April 27, 2012)

The biggest worry for most investors is where they can achieve the biggest dividend yield while the Fed continues to artificially hold down bank interest rates. They further believe that the bull market that began in March 2009 will continue to achieve higher stock prices into 2013.

One analyst who doesn’t share this consensus view is Samuel “Bud” Kress of the SineScope advisory.  Mr. Kress, whose namesake Kress cycles have presciently forecast many of the important turning points in the market over the years, recently published his annual Special Edition forecast for the years 2012-2014.  Entitled “Special Edition XII: A Comprehensive Perspective,” the report provides insights on what investors can expect heading into the final, fateful years of the 120-year cycle.

In his previous Special Edition XI, Kress discussed the likelihood based on the yearly cycles that a major stock market high will occur in 2012.  The assumption is that in 2013 a severe, potentially historic decline will begin to last until later 2014 when the Grand Super Cycle of 120 years bottoms.

The numeric time cycles which comprise the 120-year series include the 60-year, the 40-year, the 24-year, the 20-year and the 12-year.  The 120-year is the primary composite cycle according to Kress.  It includes three 40-year primary bias cycles and five 24-year primary direction cyclesThe 60-year secondary composite cycle (which is analogous to the “K Wave”) includes three 20-year secondary bias and five 12-year secondary direction cycles.  As Kress points out in his latest report, “Excluding both composite cycles, this leaves four cycles which determine the market directional behavior for the three designations of time – years, quarters and weeks.”  In total, there are twelve cycles comprising the Kress cycle methodology.

The 120-year primary composite cycle is the Grand Super Cycle.  Kress points out that the first 120-year cycle began in the mid 1770s following prolonged depressed conditions and the Revolutionary War which transformed American from an occupied territory to an independent country of the United States which we know today.  The 120-year cycle is also known as the Revolutionary Cycle since its bottom is always accompanied by a major revolution.  The first 120-year cycle in the 1770s created a political revolution.

The next 120-year cycle bottomed in the mid 1890s after the first major economic depression in the U.S.  Following the 120-year cycle bottom of the 1890s the U.S. transformed from an agricultural to a manufacturing based economy, hence the U.S. Industrial Revolution was born.  The latest 120-year cycle bottom is scheduled for later 2014, which in the words of Kress, will complete the “institutional triad [and will be] a social revolutionary low.”  According to Kress, a major war cannot be ruled out following the bottom of the 120-year cycle in 2014, just as the previous 120-year cycle bottom in the 1890s was followed by the Spanish American War.  Ominously, he believes that the 2014 cycle bottom holds the potential for a third major depression and the completion of the trend toward socialist government in the U.S., possibly leaning towards totalitarianism.

No discussion of the 120-year cycle would be complete without reference to its half-cycle component, the 60-year cycle.  This cycle is most famously known to long-term investors as the “K Wave,” or Kondratieff Wave, and correlates to the underlying economic super cycle in the U.S.  Accordingly, Kress refers to this as the Economic Cycle.  “The time position of the 60-year cycle identifies where we are in the overall economic scheme of things,” writes Kress.  “This second 60-year cycle of [the current] 120-year cycle peaked in 1984.  The third and final 20-year secondary bias cycle [component] peaked in 2004, and the fifth and final 12-year secondary direction cycle peaked in 2008 at the time of the ‘credit crash’ at a high in the S&P 500 of 1,425.  At that time, all the yearly cycles were in their declining phase, thereby relying on the quarterly cycles to achieve higher highs.”

Kress points out that just as a year has four seasons – spring, summer, fall and winter – the 60-year cycle has four economic seasons, each one lasting 15 years. The fourth 15-year “season” began in 1999 and coincided with the beginning of economic winter.  This “winter” season – the effects of which are obvious – will end in late 2014.

Unlike past Special Editions, Kress discusses the little known quarterly cycles in Special Edition XII.  He reveals, for example, that the fourth and final 120-quarter/30-year primary composite cycle which began in 1984 and peaked in 1999 formed the historic “terminal high” in the S&P at 1,535 and began the economic winter season previously discussed.  “The secondary 60-quarter/15-year cycle peaked in 2007 at an effective double top terminal high in the S&P at 1,570 to begin the severity of economic winter.”

He added that the third and final 40-quarter/10-year primary bias cycle peaked in 2009, and the fifth and final primary 24-quarter/6-year cycle peaked in 2011, leaving only the two secondary quarterly cycles in the advancing phase.  The fifth and final 20-quarter/5-year cycle peaked around late March this year, says Kress, leaving the fifth and final 12-quarter/3-year cycle of all the combined twelve yearly and quarterly cycles in its advancing phase until its scheduled peak one year from the present in March 2013.  He writes, “No doubt its upside effect will be limited, and its price peak should be well before its time peak and its price peak below current levels.”

Kress believes that the interaction between the briefest of the yearly cycles, the 12-year, and the composite 120-quarter/30-year cycle affords a macro perspective.  According to Kress, this can be accomplished by comparing the market’s current level with the levels at the peak of the current 120-quarter/30-year cycle and comparing this relationship for each of the previous three 30-year levels of the 120-year cycle.  He writes, “For each of the three previous 30-year periods, the market was higher thirteen years later.  However, for the current period, the market is lower.  Clearly, economic winter is causing the Industrial Revolution to falter.

Concluding his Special Edition, Kress observes: 
The culture and the mindset of the federal government is that it can control economics and create value.  Who do you believe will prevail – ‘big brother’ or ‘mother nature and father time’?

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

DJI & SPX - Correlation 1972 - 2012 = 87% - 88 %

1972 was also an election year (Nixon vs. McGovern) and the S&P 500 had gained 19%.

Jan 3, 2012 = LOY = 1258.86
Apr 2, 2012 = HOY = 1422.38  = +13%

Saturday, May 5, 2012

Delta - Tides - Astro-Events: May 1st to August 1st 2012

Tidal CITs @ Willets Point [NYC] 
2012-04-18-19 (Wed-Thu)
2012-04-27-29 (Fri-Sun)
2012-05-07 (Mon)
2012-05-13-14 (Sun-Mon)
2012-05-18 (Fri)
2012-05-21-22 (Mon-Tue)
2012-05-24-25 (Thu-Fri)
2012-05-29 (Tue)
2012-06-05 (Tue)
2012-06-13-14 (Wed-Thu)
2012-06-16 (Sat)
2012-06-23-26 (Sat-Tue)
2012-06-28-29 (Thu-Fri)
2012-07-04 (Wed)
2012-07-12-13 (Thu-Fri)
2012-07-22-23 (Sun-Mon)
2012-07-28 (Sat)
2012-08-02 (Thu)

Intermediate-Term Delta (ITD) 
2012-04-02 (Mon) = ITD #9 = HIGH [= - 2TD] = MTD #10 = LTD #7 = SLTD #3
2012-04-23 (Mon) = ITD #11 = LOW [= exact] = MTD #11 = LTD #8
2012-05-01 (Tue) = ITD #(11-x) = HIGH [= +2 TD]
2012-05-07 (Mon) = ITD #(11-y) = LOW [+/- 2 TD]
2012-05-09 (Wed) = ITD #1 HIGH [+/- 2 TD] = MTD #12 ?
2012-05-11 (Fri) = ITD #(1) = LOW [+/- 2 TD]
2012-05-21 (Mon) = ITD #(1-x) = HIGH [+/- 2 TD] = MTD #12 ?
2012-05-25 (Fri) = ITD #2 LOW [+/- 2 TD]
2012-06-01 (Fri) = ITD #3 HIGH [+/- 2 TD] = MTD #12 ?
2012-06-11 (Mon) = ITD #4 LOW [+/- 2 TD] = MTD #1 ?
2012-06-25 (Mon) = ITD #5 HIGH [+/- 2 TD]
2012-07-03 (Tue) = ITD #6 LOW [+/- 2 TD] = MTD #1 ?
2012-07-09 (Mon) = ITD #7 HIGH [+/- 2 TD] = MTD #2 ?
2012-07-17 (Tue) = ITD #8 LOW [+/- 2 TD]
2012-08-01 (Wed) = ITD #9 HIGH [+/- 2 TD] = MTD #2 = LTD #9 ?
2012-08-06 (Mon) = ITD #10 LOW [+/- 2 TD] = MTD #3 ?

Summary: Delta - Tides - Astro-Events

Miles Wilson Walker SuperTiming CITs (MWW-CIT) & Ray Merriman's Cosmic Turn-Signatures
(Level 1 = major CIT / Level 2 = intermediate CIT / Level 3 = shortterm CIT)

2012-04-18-19 (Wed-Thu) = Tidal CIT
2012-04-23 (Mon) = ITD #11 LOW [= exact] = MTD #11 = LTD #8
2012-04-23 (Mon) = Bradley CIT [geo & helio]
2012-04-23 19:51 (Mon) = SUN 120 MAR = Level 3
2012-04-27-29 (Fri-Sun) = Tidal CIT
2012-04-29 04:21 (Sun) = SUN 120 PLU = Level 3
2012-04-29 04:57 (Sun) = First Quarter
2012-05-01 (Tue) = ITD #11-x HIGH [= +2 TD]
2012-05-03 (Thu) = AI 0
2012-05-05 (Sat) = Bradley CIT [geo & helio]
2012-05-05 22:33 (Sat) = Moon @ Perigee
2012-05-05 22:35 (Sat) = Full Moon = SuperMoon
2012-05-06 (Sun) = AI 9
2012-05-06 10:17 (Sun) = VEN 0 SAT [helio]
2012-05-07 (Mon) = Tidal CIT
2012-05-07 (Mon) = ITD #11-y LOW [+/- 2 TD]
2012-05-09 (Wed) = ITD #1 HIGH [+/- 2 TD] = MTD #12 ?
2012-05-10 (Thu) = Bradley CIT [geo & helio]
2012-05-11 (Fri) = ITD #(1) LOW [+/- 2 TD]
2012-05-11 (Fri) = AI 0
2012-05-12 16:47 (Sat) = Third Quarter
2012-05-13-14 (Sun-Mon) = Tidal CIT
2012-05-13 08:27 (Sun) = SUN 0 JUP = Level 2
2012-05-13 13:33 (Sun) = JUP 180 EAR [helio]
2012-05-15 03:51 (Tue) = MER @ 358 [helio] = MWW-CIT
2012-05-15 09:27 (Tue) = VEN (R) = Level 1
2012-05-16 10:55 (Wed) = MAR 120 PLU = Level 2
2012-05-16 15:15 (Wed) = MER 0 URA [helio]
2012-05-18 (Fri) = Tidal CIT
2012-05-18 (Fri) = AI 0
2012-05-19 02:22 (Sat) = MER 180 MAR [helio]
2012-05-19 11:35 (Sat) = Moon @ Apogee
2012-05-20 18:47 (Sun) = New Moon = Solar Eclipse
2012-05-20 21:08 (Sun) = MER 180 SAT [helio]
2012-05-21-22 (Mon-Tue) = Tidal CIT
2012-05-21 (Mon) = ITD #(1-x) HIGH [+/- 2 TD] = MTD #12 ?
2012-05-23 10:14 (Wed) = VEN 180 JUP [helio]
2012-05-24-25 (Thu-Fri) = Tidal CIT
2012-05-25 (Fri) = ITD #2 LOW [+/- 2 TD]
2012-05-25 (Fri) = AI 0
2012-05-25 11:31 (Fri) = MER 0 JUP [helio]
2012-05-26 03:47 (Sat) = MER 180 VEN [helio]
2012-05-27 11:08 (Sun) = MER 180 EAR [helio]
2012-05-27 16:19 (Sun) = SUN 0 MER
2012-05-28 (Mon) = Bradley CIT [geo & helio]
2012-05-28 15:16 (Mon) = First Quarter
2012-05-29 (Tue) = Tidal CIT
2012-05-30 10:24 (Wed) = VEN 120 URA [helio] = MWW-CIT
2012-05-30 20:40 (Wed) = MER @ 88 [helio] = MWW-CIT
2012-06-01 (Fri) = ITD #3 HIGH [+/- 2 TD] = MTD #12 ?
2012-06-01 (Fri) = Bradley CIT [geo & helio]
2012-06-01 11:22 (Fri) = MER 180 PLU [helio]
2012-06-03 08:15 (Sun) = Moon @ Perigee
2012-06-04 (Mon) = 0
2012-06-04 06:12 (Mon) = Full Moon = SuperMoon = Lunar Eclipse
2012-06-04 11:26 (Mon) = NEP (R) = Level 1
2012-06-05 (Tue) = Tidal CIT
2012-06-05 (Tue) = AI 10
2012-06-05 (Tue) = MER 180 Galactic Center
2012-06-07 21:23 (Thu) = SUN 90 MAR = Level 3
2012-06-10 (Sun) = AI 9
2012-06-10 06:55 (Sun) = MAR 0 SAT [helio]
2012-06-10 21:49 (Sun) = MER 180 NEP [helio]
2012-06-11 (Mon) = ITD #4 LOW [+/- 2 TD] = MTD #1 ?
2012-06-11 05:41 (Mon) = Third Quarter
2012-06-12 (Tue) = Bradley CIT [geo & helio]
2012-06-12 00:00 (Tue) = CIT of (Decl MER+MAR-VEN) = MWW-CIT
2012-06-13-14 (Wed-Thu) = Tidal CIT
2012-06-13 (Wed) = AI 0
2012-06-13 07:03 (Wed) = SUN 120 SAT = Level 2
2012-06-15 20:43 (Fri) = Moon @ Apogee
2012-06-16 (Sat) = Tidal CIT
2012-06-16 21:05 (Sat) = MER @ 178 [helio] = MWW-CIT
2012-06-17 00:00 (Sun) = SUN 180 Galactic Center
2012-06-18 18:20 (Mon) = MER 180 URA [helio]
2012-06-19 10:02 (Tue) = New Moon
2012-06-20 05:18 (Wed) = VEN 0 PLU [helio]
2012-06-20 18:08 (Wed) = Summer Solstice
2012-06-23-26 (Sat-Tue) = Tidal CIT
2012-06-24 (Sun) = AI 0
2012-06-25 (Mon) = ITD #5 HIGH [+/- 2 TD]
2012-06-25 01:42 (Mon) = SAT (D) = Level 1
2012-06-25 06:57 (Mon) = MER 0 SAT [helio]
2012-06-26 22:30 (Tue) = First Quarter
2012-06-27 00:00 (Wed) = MAR 90 Galactic Center
2012-06-27 10:05 (Wed) = VEN (D) = Level 1
2012-06-27 18:13 (Wed) = MER 0 MAR [helio]
2012-06-28-29 (Thu-Fri) = Tidal CIT
2012-06-29 (Fri) = AI 7
2012-06-29 09:44 (Fri) = SUN 180 PLU = Level 3
2012-06-29 14:54 (Fri) = PLU 0 EAR [helio]
2012-07-01 12:42 (Sun) = Moon @ Perigee
2012-07-03 (Tue) = ITD #6 LOW [+/- 2 TD] = MTD #1 ?
2012-07-03 13:52 (Tue) = Full Moon
2012-07-04 (Wed) = Tidal CIT
2012-07-04 19:00 (Wed) = Earth @ Aphelion
2012-07-05 02:33 (Thu) = MER 180 JUP [helio]
2012-07-05 03:13 (Thu) = MER par VEN = MWW-CIT
2012-07-07 (Sat) = 0
2012-07-09 (Mon) = ITD #7 HIGH [+/- 2 TD] = MTD #2 ?
2012-07-10 20:48 (Tue) = Third Quarter
2012-07-12-13 (Thu-Fri) = Tidal CIT
2012-07-13 01:56 (Fri) = URA (R) = Level 1
2012-07-13 12:02 (Fri) = Moon @ Apogee
2012-07-14 21:09 (Sat) = MER (R) = Level 3
2012-07-14 23:09 (Sat) = SUN 90 SAT = Level 2
2012-07-16 00:00 (Mon) = MER @ 268 [helio] = MWW-CIT
2012-07-17 (Tue) = ITD #8 LOW [+/- 2 TD]
2012-07-18 23:24 (Wed) = New Moon
2012-07-19 16:33 (Thu) = MER 0 PLU [helio]
2012-07-22-23 (Sun-Mon) = Tidal CIT
2012-07-23 (Mon) = AI 8
2012-07-23 22:38 (Mon) = VEN 0 NEP [helio]
2012-07-26 03:56 (Thu) = First Quarter
2012-07-28 (Sat) = Tidal CIT
2012-07-28 (Sat) = Bradley CIT [geo]
2012-07-28 19:52 (Sat) = MER 0 EAR [helio]
2012-07-29 (Sun) = Bradley CIT [helio]
2012-07-29 00:57 (Sun) = SUN 0 MER
2012-07-29 03:10 (Sun) = Moon @ Perigee
2012-08-01 (Wed) = ITD #9 HIGH [+/- 2 TD] = MTD #2 = LTD #9 ?
2012-08-01 22:27 (Wed) = Full Moon
2012-08-02 (Thu) = Tidal CIT
2012-08-03 00:00 (Fri) = VEN 180 Galactic Center
2012-08-04 23:16 (Sat) = MER 0 NEP [helio]
2012-08-06 (Mon) = ITD #10 LOW [+/- 2 TD] = MTD #3 ?
2012-08-08 00:25 (Wed) = MER (D) = Level 3