In chapter 13, Plummer uses Gann’s method of drawing squares
to evaluate his derivation of the similar patterns of energy waves of the three
subjects (Gann, Guedjieff and St. Timothy). Plummer created a Golden Rectangle to
encapsulate the first portions of an energy pattern and used it as a basis to
project the end of the second portion of the pattern using the 45* angle. All three worked out pretty close thus
demonstrating their similarity. I’ve got
to take his word that he proved what he says he proved because there isn’t a way
for me to learn gematria or count pages and paragraphs in TTTA.

So, here’s what I put together to section the limited
history of QQQs into logical sections that can arguably fit the energy patterns
Plummer describes:

The entire history of QQQs is subdivided into 6 rectangles, only 3 of which have price activity. If you have a background in Plummer and the wave form he
is suggesting in this book (not the Plummer pulse wave but the derivation of the waves in this
book), please do not try to fit it to the above chart. Rather, I’ve sectioned the chart based on QQQs
natal date, the 2002 low, the 2009

__closing__low and the projected top. I believe I could argue the subject wave form could be fitted to those three market sections, but that’s not worth the time to consider.
Two points before we part with the chart. First, this is not the way Plummer
constructed his Golden Rectangles in Chapter 13. It’s
simply a logical fitting based on extreme price. Plummer does not describe the following math
work I’ve put together. Plummer does not
compute areas. It is de novo. Second, that red zero line crisscrossing the
chart; it is a slope of 2.236 cents X 1.
That is based on what I have identified as the ‘initial vibration’ in
QQQs. On March 24, 1999, QQQs recorded
its first extreme bottom at 48.50. One
year later to the day QQQs recorded its all time high at 120.50 on March 24, 2000. That 72 points in one year or one fifth of the
circle; hence, the square root of five. The fit from the 10/10/2002 origin to the present highs is incredible.

Now here’s the math supporting the areas of 6 rectangles and the total rectangle as derived from the above chart:

Being an accountant, I computed the area (time X price) of
the entire history of QQQs (ALCJ), broke down every rectangle in that larger rectangle
into 6 component rectangles and then reconciled the areas of the components to
the whole. The 3 rectangles having price activity
are highlighted in yellow above. They are
ABCD, EFDG and KIGJ. Here are just a
couple more of the statistics that may be derived:

The areas appear to be structurally related IMO.

That’s as far as I go.
The rabbit hole goes far far deeper.

**the projection as suggested substantially occurs in the dollar amount (94.73) and timing (May 14, 2014), further investigation is clearly warranted.**__IF__
So that you don’t have to go back and find the expanding ending
diagonal triangle for QQQs that originally came up with a higher high in the
second week of May in the 94 area, here it is:

There are traditional contracting EDTs in DJIA and SPX that
are included in the related essays. The
QQQs EDT might well be a 4

^{th}wave expanding triangle with a 5^{th}wave currently in progress.
Jim