PART ONE – Melody (Sweet music)
In the last post, we discuss a Melody produced by the Musician (Neptune) interacting with Singer (Venus) and Dancer (Venus). The stock market is kept buoyant when Moon stimulates all 3 of them, as below (The time is GMT):
The short rally (inspired by Melody) is just an interlude in a generally declining stock market during the Global Great Depression.
Here are the planets’ orbital speeds, as viewed from the Sun:
Mercury travels 40 a day on average (between 2.1/20 and 6.1/20).
Venus travels 1.60 a day.
Earth (or Sun) travels 10 a day.
Mars travels 1/20 a day.
Jupiter moves 2.1/20 a month.
Saturn moves 10 a month.
Uranus revolves around the Sun once every 84 years, or it travels 0.3570 a month.
Neptune and Pluto hardly move.
Mercury and Venus travel very fast. In a few days, they both move away from Neptune (which is near stationary). The Music Formation will fully disintegrate over the week-end. Sweet music is heard no more. Instead, we (stock investors) hear elegy as explained in Part Two.
PART TWO – Elegy (Funeral song)
In my post of CERES AND MUSIC dated 10 Dec 2014, I said:
“There is an Asteroid Belt between (bullish) Mars and (bearish) Jupiter. Ceres is the largest asteroid taking up about 1/3 of the entire mass of the asteroid belt. The glyph for Ceres is a sickle (used for harvesting). The Chinese name for it is God of Cereals. In stock market analysis, the asteroid belt is regarded as an extension of Jupiter’s bearish influence. As Ceres is large, Ceres is significantly negative on stocks when it is heavily emphasized.”
In the Color Ephemeris, the loci of Ceres are represented by large black dots.
In early Sep 2015 the Sun links up Neptune with Ceres in the following (geocentric) Sun transits:
Tue 01 Sep 2015 [Neptune Opposition Sun]
Thu 03 Sep 2015 [Ceres Sesquare Sun]. Sesquare =1350.
What music do we hear?
The Sun nudges Neptune (Musician) to interact with Ceres (Recession asteroid) on 1st & 3rd Sep 2015. The resultant music is an elegy (funeral song). Stocks collapse.
There are other bearish features to make 2015 September month sharply bearish. We’ll discuss these negative features in the next post.