Eclipse Crash Setup
Posted 21 February 2018 - 04:49 PM
Early in life I had noticed that no event is ever correctly reported in a newspaper. - George Orwell
Posted 22 February 2018 - 10:55 AM
1) Lunar eclipses or full moons one cycle away from alunar eclipse were always coincident to the beginning ofthe famous market crashes.2) The full moon coincident to the beginning of the crashhas always been within six weeks of a solar eclipse.3) The "panic phases" of all 12 crashes he studied were:a) February 4 - April 5, September 3 - October 29.Jan 31 full lunar eclipse (market top)Feb 15 partial solar eclipse (market top)Mar 02 full moon one cycle after lunar eclipse
I've been asking if you are a bot? Russian or otherwise?
And now you try to post some "technical analysis"? And it's lunacy as the basis of market movement? So be it, you are not alone. But you post it twice, here and on the FF board?
Still can't tell if you are a human being or some scrambling AI trying to phish around for an answer to avoid being revealed as a bot attack when a simple "No" to the question "Are you now or have you ever been a bot for Russia or any other foreign power seeking to destroy American democracy?" would be an answer.
Granted, you could state that you refuse to answer on the grounds of the Fifth Amendment as an alternative which would at least be an appropriate American response.
Oh, well, so far it has been interesting to see how these things operate. Quite sophisticated it appears. No wonder Twitter and Facebook and Google are having so much trouble getting handles on these bot attacks.
P.S. Kind of funny you plunked it here since you're so used to being routed to this board when it did belong elsewhere. But maybe you wanted it on the record on the board that has become you personal public archive.
"If you've heard this story before, don't stop me because I'd like to hear it again," Groucho Marx (on market history?).
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