George Bayer (astrologer)

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George Bayer (not to be confused with George Bayer - Golfer) was a Financial astrologer and trader who made market forecasts during the same time as W. D. Gann and also wrote extensively about financial astrology.

Biography[edit]

Bayer's forecasts were documented in his Market Previews.[1] He lived in Carmel, California around the same time as Gann.

Financial Astrology[edit]

Bayer's approach to the Bible resembled Gann's, who also believed that it contained scientific value on astrological cycles.[2] He was perhaps the first to apply other astronomical parameters in forecasting financial markets.[3] He introduced a method of Horoscope analysis known as the Five Fold Horoscope and claimed that astrological progression of the moon over the points of such a horoscope produced vibration in the price of a stock or commodity.[4]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Gold Nuggets for Stock & Commodity Traders (1941)
  • Turning Four Hundred Years of Astrology to Practical Use (1943)
  • Complete Course of Astrology (1937)
  • Stock & Commodity Traders' Handbook of Trend Determination
  • Bible Interpretation (1937)
  • Egg of Columbus (1942)
  • George Wollsten (1946)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bayer, George (1939). Market Preview. 
  2. ^ Bayer, George. Bible Interpretation. Lambert Gann Pub (December 1920). ISBN 0939093235. 
  3. ^ Bayer, George (1940). Stock and Commodity Traders' Hand-Book of Trend Determination. Lambert Gann Pub (December 1940). ISBN 0939093251. 
  4. ^ Bayer, George. Turning 400 Years of Astrology to Practical Use & Other Matters. Lambert Gann Publishing Company. ISBN 9993939579. 

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