Monday, August 27, 2018

S&P 500 Index vs 18.61 Year Nodal Cycle | Aug 27, 2018 = Jan 14, 2000

Jan 14, 2000 (Fri = Major High in DJIA) + 6,800 CD = Aug 27, 2018 (Mon)

A high should print around Aug 30 (Thu) ± 1 CD.
Aug 30 will be also
195 Solar Degrees of geocentric longitude from the Major Low on Feb 09 (Fri)
and 1,440 Lunar Degrees from the Low on May 03 (Thu).

"The lunar node, quite abstractly speaking, is the point of intersection of the solar and the lunar orbits.
There are, therefore, two nodes in opposite positions in the heavens: an ascending node [or lunar north
node], and a descending node [or lunar south node]. The solar and the lunar orbits are not, in effect, in
the same but in different planes, enclosing a certain angle. Thus there arise the two opposite points of
intersection. The peculiarity of these two points of intersection is that they do not stand still but slowly
move. The plane of the lunar path rotates in relation to the plane of the solar path; so the two nodes
move a round. They move around the Zodiac in a contrary direction to the rotation of the planets, i.e.,
from Aries backward through Pisces, Aquarius, etc. A complete revolution of a lunar node takes place in
18 years and 7 months; after this time, therefore, the node — the ascending node, for example — is once
again in the same position in the Zodiac as it was before. The ascending node is, thereby, the
mathematical point that (at any given time and again after 18 years and 7 months = 6,798.383 CD)
the lunar orbit rises above the solar orbit, while at the opposite point the descending node
sinks below it." Willi O. Sucher, December (1937)
See also HERE