Excellent insight! Right here:
Originally posted by salty-red
a 540 drop brings the dow down 6.42% right? And remember this similarity that 540 is 360 plus 180, simplified to get 3,2,1. 6.42 simplifies to 3,2,1.
2pi is about 6.28 or a full circle, not too far from 6.42 in itself. and 540 is 2 pi more than 180. And this happens on what date??? 12/3, another
3,2,1 coincidence. It's one hell of a long shot, but if it turns out like this, then WOW.
I'm pretty sure things will go down on Dec. 3 along those lines.
Here is another option based on the last digit going to the front of a number, like the 2008 to 8200 change. Now look at the proposed percentage loss
6.42 if the Dow loses 540 points: If the last digit of 642 (no decimal point) goes to the front, then
642 => 264
Now think about it. If the Dow loses 264 points tomorrow, what would be the percantage loss?
That's right. The loss would be 3.13576%. When you round for two decimal places, the result is 3.14%. But 3.14 are the first three digits of number
pi, and pi(radians) = 180(degrees)! Now when you make a 180 degree turn, you are going in the opposite direction. So if number 2 goes from the last
position to the first position, it moves in the opposite direction -- and we are back in the beginning of the argument: 642 => 246.
The loss of 246 points could be a viable option, because the logic of opposites works here well.
The 12/3 date, as you mentioned it, is the simplest model of past-to-future projection, because 1, 2, 3 . . . ? Now when you consider only even
numbers, how do they start?
2, 4, 6, . . .
But 2,4,6 is the previously projected 246 point loss for the Dow on 12/3!
I really wonder if the mind manipulator would use a combination of yours and mine market outlook, cuz I'm more than positive that the cosmic PhD used
your paragraph as an inspiration how to logically manipulate the market.
There is also chance that the manipulator simply divides the date 12/3.
12 / 3 = 4
The 4th letter in the alphabet is D, right? Now look at this last/first opposite:
The D is the ending
letter in your nickname. Now the D goes to the front. Do you know of any name that starts
How about Dow?
The manipulator sees this and may take it from here . . .
[edit on 12/3/2008 by stander]