New high in DJIA follows astrological pattern

When the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) on March 5, 2013 surpassed its previous all-time high set six years earlier, it followed in the astrological path of its two previous 45-year cycles based the interaction between Saturn and Uranus, planets that impact financial and economic events.

That pattern starts when the two slow-moving planets are in the same zodiac sign and degree, or “conjunct.” Then, roughly every 10 years, the planets move another 90 degrees apart until they come back together again and start the cycle over. History shows that the DJIA marks important turning points at each of these 90-degree points in the planetary cycle.

In the current cycle, which began in 1988, the DJIA has now fulfilled the step of surpassing its previous all-time high in about six years. But, because we are in the waning phase of the cycle, it portends a severe bear market — establishing a low akin to those in 1932 and 1974 — is on the horizon within the next few years.

DJIA Pattern with Saturn/Uranus

The DJIA was first published on May 26, 1896, about six months before Saturn and Uranus were exactly conjunct in Scorpio. So, the DJIA is neatly aligned with the astrological cycle pertaining to finance. Here is the pattern it follows:

  1. The DJIA makes a significant low as Saturn/Uranus approach the first exact conjunction (same zodiac sign and degree).
  2. The DJIA makes a new all-time high during the Saturn/Uranus opposition (180 degrees apart, in opposite signs of the zodiac). This high is not surpassed for several years.
  3. The DJIA ultimately surpasses the high made during the Saturn/Uranus opposition as the planets lead up to or are in the waning square (270 degrees apart by zodiac sign), which then leads to a significant bear market that begins the cycle over again at the next conjunction.
  4. The characteristics of the zodiac sign in which the cycle begins establish an investment theme for the entire cycle.

Cycle I—Research and Digging—1897-1942

The first cycle began with Saturn and Uranus conjunct in Scorpio, the sign that represents digging deep to find the answer. Certainly to develop an index like the DJIA that represents detailed research about the underlying stocks has a Scorpion fingerprint, as does the Gold Rush of going underground to mine for precious metal, which kicked off the economy’s recovery in the cycle’s first year.

The entire cycle was attuned to the rush to speculation and making it rich quickly. It started with the Gold Rush in 1897, at the initial conjunction. It gained steam during the opposition, making a new all-time high in 1919 that led to several years of sideways action before surpassing the high five years later.  

Ultimately, the bull market of the 1920s, which ended in 1929 just before the waning square, was driven by speculation of trading on margin on the stock exchange, which was its downfall, and led to the Great Depression of the 1930s during the strength of the waning square.

Cycle I—Research and Digging


Saturn/Uranus Aspect

Date of Aspect


Conjunct 27 degrees Scorpio

Jan. 6, 1897

DJIA first published May 26, 1896 @ 40.94. Ultimate low of 28.48 on Aug. 8, 1896. Panic of 1893 ended with Klondike Gold Rush in July 1897.

June 1, 1897

Sept. 9, 1897

Saturn in Aries waxing square Uranus in Capricorn at 20 degrees

June 6, 1909

Sideways action between 73 and 100

Nov. 7, 1909

April 7, 1910

Saturn in Leo opposite Uranus in Aquarius at 24 degrees

Oct. 1, 1918

DJIA all-time closing high @ 119.62 on Nov. 3, 1919. Not surpassed for 5 years until 120.51 close on December 31, 1924

Jan. 25, 1919

Saturn in Virgo opposite Uranus in Pisces at 00 degrees

Aug. 13, 1919

April 26, 1920

June 7, 1920

Saturn in Capricorn waning square Uranus in Aries at 09 degrees

Feb. 22, 1930

New all-time high @ 383.96 on Aug. 30, 1929 , then severe bear market to ultimate low of 40.56 on July 8, 1932

April 8, 1930

Dec. 12, 1930

July 21, 1931

Oct. 16, 1931

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