The Holistic Universe 3

How to Understand WD Gann’s Work

Viewing WD Gann’s work through the lens of his Natural World View opens a fresh doorway of understanding and perception.

It provides a ‘World View’ to help better understand and interpret WD Gann’s work. Evidence from quantum physics proves that without question that we’re living within a holographic inter-connected Universe and Astrology was an ancient tool which represented this in earlier civilizations.

Astrology wasn’t so much a predictive tool as a map of the energies associated with certain areas of the sky. These otherwise invisible sky areas could be pinpointed using our local planets, Sun and Moon as pointers and record keepers of events associated with those geometric sky points.

Thought of in this way, it’s plain to see that Astrology was a more sophisticated version of our modern clock. Just one with more hands (one for each planet and the Sun and the Moon.

This new perception is as different as that between a microscope and a telescope. Both use lenses but the scope of their perceptions are of two entirely different worlds.


WD Gann’s world was one of Price, Time, Volume, Astrology, Mathematics, History and Geometry. In Gann’s world these all were connected with threads mostly defined by Mathematics and Geometry.

Astrology was included only in the sense that the placements of planetary objects were just another part of the world we live in and, therefore, had connections that weren’t so much magnetic or even electrical in nature, but, primarily mathematical and time related.

One of WD Gann’s number wheels is shown on this page largely symbolizing the wholeness of the Circle which represents a complete cycle. Geometry ss the underlying reality of this World View and is also indicated by different shapes shown within the circle.

Mr. Gann developed many of his techniques using this ancient perspective and, I believe that this same alternate view of Nature will aid you in your WD Gann studies as well. – George

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