Heart of Mind Radio – 03.27.15

On today’s program we speak with Pauline Novak-Reich author of Mystifying Square, Divine Proportions, Nature’s Black Box.

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This volume traces W.D. Gann’s “Time Factor” and “Law of Vibration” back to the Chaldeans of 3000 BCE Sumer whose principal aspiration was to understand the motion of time. They divided time into years, months, weeks, days, hours, minutes and seconds and devised calendars which helped them predict, and therefore survive, their two rivers’ ravaging floods. Inadvertently, their findings also solved the mystery behind the ups and down of money markets.

From ancient Sumer to Egypt, ancient China to the native peoples of Central and North America, civilizations unlikely to have had contact with each other built remarkably similar monuments according to geometrical proportions designed to embody cosmic knowledge that would last for all time. Each deciphered time cycles, created calendars and made long term projections of natural phenomena.

The Square-of-9 is a matrix embodying nature’s cosmic clock. Pauline Novak-Reich takes the reader through ancient math, sacred geometry and lore demonstrating the extraordinary achievements of people who lived in tandem with nature. Each one of these civilizations discovered Nature’s “Black Box”. Gann often reiterated that: “Everything in existence is based on exact proportion and perfect relationship. There is no chance in nature; because mathematical principles of the highest order lie at the foundation of all things…Vibration is fundamental: nothing is exempt from this law. It is universal, therefore applicable to every class of phenomena on the globe.”

Pauline Novak-Reich was born in Poland in 1948, and moved to Israel at the age of nine where she grew up and received her education in biblical studies.

In 1974 she migrated to Australia and lives in Melbourne. In the late 1970s, Pauline developed a fascination for the financial markets, watching the spectacular rise and fall in precious metal prices, gold in particular. She resolved to develop a career in the field and sought employment with a brokerage house, where she discovered the writings of W. D. Gann.

She subsequently became a Treasury analyst for the Australia and New Zealand Banking Corporation, where she worked in the foreign exchange dealing room as Manager Research Foreign Exchange. Her daily task was to analyse trends and forecast the future movements of currency, interest rates, and equity and commodity markets.  In 2004 she began to write.

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