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		LAR
		GUIDANCE
		SYSTEM
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		THE SOLAR GUIDANCE SYSTEM
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		The assumption should not be made that past performance
		Printed in the United States of America
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		MANY THANKS
		To Libby Miller, my grand-daughter, who designed our book cover
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		TABLE OF CONTENTS
		INTRODUCTION "" " ", " " " 1
		Zodiac Map
		THE SUN DEGREE SHEET .21
		.ANALYSIS "" "" "...""" " " "" " " ,. ..44
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		INTRODUCTION
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		Ruth Miller, April 1995
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		TIIE SOLAR SYSTEM
		earth.
		Fig. A
		THE PLANETS
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		relation to each other and to earth.
		REVOLUTIONS OF PLANETS AROUND THE SUN IN SIDEREAL TIME
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		THE CELESTIAL SPHERE
		even for us.
		globe is called the "celestial sphere".
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		Although the concept of the celestial sphere is fictious, we have found it
		west.
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		This path is inclined to the celestial equator at 23 1/2 degrees and it
		(ecliptic) has reached the celestial equator (0 degrees) and crosses it moving south.
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		North CeIes8ial Pole
		South CeIA:stia1 Pole
		Ecliptic
		In the earlier part of this section, we have discussed various planetary
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		Table 1
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		we have drawn a geo-centic view and helio-centric view for March 21, 1993.
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		.n. Moon's Node
		Planet Syp}bols and Nam~
		Pluto
		THE ZODIAC
		The definition as described in Doubleday's dictionary is as follows:
		formerly cOITesponded to 12 constellations."
		THE ZODIAC MAP
		move.
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		STANDARD ASTROLOGICAL SYMBOLS
		TIIE ZODIACAL SIGNS
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		Table 1
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		EPHEMERlS SECTION
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		fNFORMATION REQlITRED FROM EPHEMERIS PAGE
		A complete page has been reproduced from the American Ephemeris
		degrees.
		COMPlITING CUMULATIVE DEGREES
		When the Sun is in Gemini II add 60 to the degree listed for that date.
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		When the Sun is in Pisces )( add 330 to the degree listed for that date.
		Examples using ACS 10 year Ephemeris
		We have not used the number in the minute column to arrive at our answer
		but to be exact it is at 5 degrees and 51 minutes at midnight.
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		determine the exact Sun degree.
		When the minutes given for the day are more
		less than 15 minutes in its minute column.
		On June 1 you would use only 70"
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		FEBRUARY 1995
		LONGITUDE
		I.~ Qf Month Julian Da~ # 24'97".5
		De1t.. i S.~I"
		ObIlquity 23°26'11'
		S\lP 05M19' 29'
		Gal.ct.ic Cent.r 26.<"45.9
		Ch IrQn 2S41S8. 'RK
		DAY
		DAY
		})
		I.AT
		DECI.
		LAT
		DECL
		\.AT
		DEC\.
		I.AT
		DECL
		I.AT
		DECI.
		DAILY ASPECTARIAN
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		Table 1
		Table 2
		Table 3
		Table 4
		Table 5
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		THE SUN DEGREE SHEET
		the numbering sequence.
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		Table 1
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		THE SQUARE OF NINE
		and vertical lines are called "cardinal lines" .
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		SQUARE OF NWE
		\ ' - '~,
		- 992 81'. 872 a73 0174 9'1'5871$ 877 87~7'9!.a80 a81 882 as! 884 885 a86 887 888 889 890 891 a92 893 ~94 895 898 ,a97 898899 900901 102",1-
		r.
		~ 150 645548459378 30S 240 183 184 185148\87 188 189 190 191192 193 {94 195 196 19;]2!J8 327 404489582 583192 g<;;; 1-034
		9831862149644
		541'458 377304 239 182 133 134 135 I~ 137 138 /39 140 !41 /4:.2 143 /44145 1981259328405 490583 684793 910103.11
		, 9771856 143 638 541 452 371 298 233 176 127 86 53 28 II 2 t 6 19 40 69 106IISI 204 26S 334 41/ 49Ei 589 69C 799 916 10-41
		ess 142 637 540 451 370 297 232 11S 126 85 52 27 10 /9 8 7 20 41 70 101 152 205 266 335 412 497 590 69/ 00 911 1042
		974 853740 635 538449368295230/)2.4 83 50 49 48/41 46 45\44 43 72. 109 1541~ 26833 414499 592. 693 8029191044
		9yo ~ 136 631 534445 364291 228 22; 224 223 222)21 220219 218 217 216 215~14 213 212 211 272 341 418 503 596 091 ~06\ ~ 104'
		96~ 841734629 532443 362361 360359 358 351 356 355 354 353 352 35
		I 350 349348\:347 34<& 345 344 343 420 505 598 699 808 925 lOS
		~
		,
		...
		962 ;61 960 959 958957956 955 954,9S3 952 951 950949948 947 946 945 944 943 942 941 940 93~ ,938 937936 '935 934933 932 93/ 'O~II
		. ". . . . , ,
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		SOLAR VIBRATION POINTS-SVP
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		must be in the same quadrant.
		individual commodity trades in this column (directly below 114) a Solar Vibration
		Simple to find! We hope so.
		Rule 1
		Rule 2
		Rule 2. As the Sun moves around the corner and up the square any possible
		~ ~-~---~---~ "- ........-.
		Example: With Sun at 125 on July 29 we have a SVP in Jan beans at
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		to_~II~I~~~t_.~~~\Q_I~I~J~~~~
		Rule 3
		Rule 4
		--~,",,",-, ,-, "~~"--'--,-~--~--, ~-"'-'-"" """'-'-----
		These rules only apply during the times when the Sun degree is moving in
		between comers.
		When the Sun degree is on a comer there are more chances of
		an SVP being achieved as we are about to show you.
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		SVP and CORNERS IN QUADRANTS 1, 2, AND 3
		The same rules apply to quadrants 2 and 3.
		It '
		'7' R8 4" 11,? ~11 $1% ~1'J "". $1~ S7'5(j~
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		7.J
		~.
		t N. 75a 114' -I 13""1~ 34. 3O!t 3,0 '" ~12 313 3'" ,'. 31. 317 3Ia ,,, 3~ ~2' 'a2 ns 3Z4 ~- - ,a:: ~1
		"0A~
		.t 582 &13 ?t gcgt...' J
		8~ T'" '''.
		!16''~ m 304 2;35 182
		1~ 1].01 135 136 137 138 132 t40 141 :~2 14] I"'" 14~1"'i29
		3a
		.CSI~'A&4 '
		3.9tO
		54 ,'1 t. 19 tOO 101
		1",11119.
		280'3%9...08145. !
		88S 1'904 ')'IiI H:Q4"
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		5S 30 13 l~ I! 14 11121.87 ;00411",1 ZC2 2a
		3Jl\~
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		SVP and QUADRANT 4
		below.
		~1I!\i"51'''''IU7I
		5. =-,3:1,,, ", -' 5211Tj.<I:~ .
		tl~''T3.t~~\53ev :J 22;8 IT' 1%2 121 120 Ilfl ,,. 111 lIa
		'G4
		7'~.~~M~4~.'O~~~I~~~_~~~J~'~3
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		SNAPP INDICATOR (SI)
		'\, ,~~-,//
		""",, ~~---~,-,-
		information,
		Due to the fact that most of our work has been in the soybean complex we
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		When a solar vibration point occurs in the contract being studied, the
		<1. th~_~are. What direction will prices move to get there is another matter.
		~'''"':::;::=-;:;;:=:~-:::-;::;;:::- ~ ~-" ~~-_.~ , ~--~-~~ ~ ~._.~
		explres.
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		Let's examine some data from the November 1984 contract to assist you in
		using the SNAPP INDICATOR"
		November Soybeans 1984
		1-11-84
		Sun
		Date
		290
		underneath 113 in the vertical column.
		IQ'I'IICW' '°1'0 ., 1080111'01" 100000tOItI 10M 10.11 rO" ..., IOS8 ~ ,oa'
		- .. ..'.. ."""'"
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		'!~~ ..r~ ,- -"""" ---....
		"""" "" e _e4f1 -"..,.., -"""' """ '
		(1) When an SVP occurs and the SNAPP indicator is in section ~ our price
		~~ -"-'---""""""'~~~"""""""'~~-""
		(3) When an SVP occurs and the SNAPP indicator is in Section C our price
		(4) When an SVP occurs and the Snapp indicator is in Section D our price
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		Remember! Only use the SNAPP indicator number on
		th~ day when
		an
		SVP has occurred for that particular contract.
		.", ''''''' '9' 1M i'lT ,,,,,"'.000 lOGl 1008!QOa
		,(lit 'QQ. roce to >GU l.od '°£1 ... If)d 10tII.18d' '~'. II). 11O*" ,~I IIJ\t1! IOCJ ..,..
		EXAMPLES: SECTION A
		SNAPP INDICATOR =51
		SECTION B
		SNAPP INDICATOR =312
		SECTION C
		SNAPP INDICATOR =155
		SECTION D
		SNAPP INDICATOR=44
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		SNAPP INDICATOR NUMBERS ON CORNERS
		Some confusion may arise when a SNAPP indicator number falls on a
		Quadrant 1
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		The 3 highest numbers are 548, 553 and 558.
		With beans trading at 539 the
		first number to be reached in this series would be 548. As 548 is the lowest
		number in the series and is therefore our first upside target
		The downside
		Quadrant 2
		Quadrant 3
		Another example of a comer number in quadrant 2 is as follows:
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		us 516 and 591.
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		Special situation for quadrant 4 comer:
		discuss unfulfilled objectives in a following section.
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		PRACTICE SECTION
		This November 1983 contract came on the board on August 23, 1982 at a
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		~_i'~
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		Table 1
                        

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