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A hypothesis that the Federal Reserve can set interest rates based on the movements of the planet Mars. Here I have data going back to 1896 that shows how the Dow Jones performed when Mars was within 30 degrees of the lunar node. (- from appendix of Ares Le Mandat 4th ed)

Anthony of Boston (Anthony Moore)

This is data going back to 1896 that shows how the Dow Jones performed during times when Mars was within 30 degrees of the lunar node. The data contains the daily percentage changes of the Dow Jones since 1896. This information was extrapolated from sources believed to be reliable regarding stock market data. Percentage-wise, the Dow Jones rose 857% since 1896. When Mars was within 30 degrees of the lunar node since 1896, the Dow rose 136%. When Mars was not within 30 degrees of the lunar node, the Dow rose 721%. Mars retrograde phases during the time Mars was within 30 degrees of the lunar node was not counted as Mars being within 30 degrees of the lunar node. I'm hypothesizing that the federal reserve can set interest rates based on the movements of the planet Mars.

year by year comparison (going back to 1897) between the annual Dow Jones returns vs annual Dow Jones returns that leave out the days that the planet Mars was within 30 degrees of the lunar node https://zenodo.org/record/4038211#.X2YAz2hKjIU

 

Ares Le Mandat - 4th Edition(with Appendix concerning Mars and the Dow Jones)

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