Gann Science

The Periodic Table & The Law of Vibration

Eric Penicka

"All knowledge comes from the stars (the universal mind). 
Men do not invent or create ideas: the ideas exist,
and men are able to grasp them."





The intent of this course is to provide solution to the Law of Vibration, as Gann originally presented it in his interview with Richard Wyckoff in The Ticker and Investment Digest, upon his first public appearance in 1909. The author takes Gann’s own words and tracks through the science of his day to uncover the meaning of Gann’s explanation that “stocks are like atoms” and that they respond to “mathematical points of force.”

The author builds a foundation in the Natural Sciences of Gann’s day, showing how the emerging science of the Periodic Table and of the atomic elements, provides a system of order based upon the vibrational values of the chemical elements, which when known for an individual market, will determine a master number set that will determine the market’s movement in price and time. This is the first public presentation of this complete theory of Gann’s use of the Periodic Table as the basis of the Law of Vibration applied to trading.



For many who are fascinated with Gann, their first introduction to the subject, or at least the most influential reference that ignited their search into Gann was his 1909 interview with Richard Wyckoff in The Ticker and Investment Digest, his first foray into the public forum.

It was not just his staggering trading record of producing 262 of 284 profitable trades in a month of trading under the eye of an auditor, but the fascinating explanations he gave of the source of his knowledge and system, what he called the Law of Vibration, that sparked people’s interests, leading seekers on a 100 year quest to understand this man’s theories.

This term has captured the imagination of generations of Gann researchers and analysts who have sought in every direction for the solution to Gann’s Ticker methodology and the science behind it. To my knowledge, the solution has yet to be thoroughly explained, at least publicly.

The author, Eric Penicka, has presented in this work an excellent solution to the puzzle introduced by Gann to the world in that famous Ticker interview. In his work, Penicka followed Gann’s exact guidance, and took no leads outside of Gann own words. By following this trail, he was led to the solution that you now hold in your hands.

As Gann states in the Ticker, his system is very much based upon the principles of chemistry and the atomic theory of the elements, and Penicka began his search there and with the science of Gann’s time, seeking to unravel the meaning of Gann’s statements about the science behind his system. His research even led him to a little known book, where he discovered the exact quotes that Gann presented as his own in the Ticker interview, further confirming the proper origins of Gann’s research.

The study weaves through a number of branches of late 19th century science and establishes an integration between them, presenting a system of order that exists upon the smallest and most formative levels of material reality. Penicka lays out the foundations of this science to the degree required for market application, with sufficient references for readers to explore the subjects more deeply on their own.

While the study is based upon solid scientific foundations, the discovery leads us to some strange, yet familiar figures many of us know, like Gurdjieff, Ouspensky and Walter Russell, all who, while not recognized by the academic establishment, had great influence on the esoteric and psychological circles of the last century.

Once the theoretical understanding has been laid, Penicka dives deeply into market analysis. He creates a sort of multi-dimensional, harmonic grid system, which is independently adjusted to each individual market according to it’s Keynote, or vibration rate, which is defined according to the Periodic Table of Elements.

When such definitions are made, a master number set is determined which establishes the primary numerical relationships in price and time for that market moving forward. These definitions identify what Faraday called “mathematical points of force”, which the market moves between according to similar laws that govern physics and atomic science.

Once the market has been deconstructed in this way, the underlying vibratory structure and numerical template that controls it will be clear and trading the moves according to one’s own strategic approach takes on an ease and clarity which did not exist before.

These “mathematical points of force” define the primary support and resistance of the market, but also determine where in a sequential or “periodic” structure the market is in its grow, providing further insight into the probable outcomes of the current market setup.

These highly refined points of force allow for very tight risk management when placing trades, generating excellent risk:reward ratio opportunities. The provide primary exit targets that are defined much like the orbital shells of an atom, where an electron is bound by a limited energy field until it quantum leaps into a new level of energy and vibration.

Markets work exactly like these atoms and elements, as Gann himself said, and when you understand how to define, read and trade them, doing what Gann himself did in the early 1900’s becomes a real possibility. Penicka spends more than the second half of the book presenting a wide set of trading applications which can work independently or together to create a power Gann arsenal using tools based upon elements that are currently unknown.

I think Gann Science is one of the very best books I have ever read on Gann theory, trading and the markets in general, and I think you will soon agree with me on this. It’s a profound powerhouse of a book, presented clearly and simply, but with applications that are better than the most advanced technical applications.


Publisher’s Preface

Author’s Preface


Chapter 1 - The Basis of the Law

Chapter 2 - The Periodic Table

Chapter 3 - Introduction to Music Theory

Chapter 4 - Gurdjieff’s Philosophy

Chapter 5 - John Keely’s Work

Chapter 6 - Walter Russell as Confirmation

Chapter 7 - The Finer Points of the Science

Chapter 8 - Applying Music Theory to the Markets

Chapter 9 - Atomic Theory

Chapter 10 - Harmonic Resonance - Keely's 3, 6, 9

Chapter 11 - Keely Thirds and Octaves

Chapter 12 - Walter Russell Concepts Explored

Chapter 13 - Luo Clements - What’s in a Name?

Chapter 14 - Price and Time- Cycles & Ratios

Chapter 15 - Harmonics & Periodicity

Chapter 16 - Composite Cycles Defined and Applied

 - A New Approach Not Based on Market Price

Chapter 17 - Gravity Centers Derived from the Elements

Chapter 18 - Volume

Chapter 19 - Apple Computer in the Key of F

Chapter 20 - The Jonah Riddle Explained

Chapter 21 - Pitch - The Fourth Dimension and How to Find it

Chapter 22 - Synthesizing the Material

Chapter 23 - The Formula for Constant Success





I’ve read many books, papers, and studies about markets.  I’ve done a few myself.  Even the ones that I deemed truly worthless have added to a collective “wisdom”.  I at least learned that some things are truly worthless!  In markets, that is probably worth less than worthless because you potentially lose more money in discovering the fact. 

Over the course of time, I’ve also found a much smaller subset of books that I call “keepers”.   Those books usually show working examples of trading concepts.  They often find a reference in some way to W.D. Gann.  Mr. Gann isn’t the beginning of knowledge.  However, it is my belief that he was a practitioner and teacher of knowledge.

I have recently been blessed with an opportunity to read a new book about Gann Science.  It finds a place in my “keeper” library.  I’ve only met the author through his words, but I can envision his years of study now that he’s briefly allowed me a “view into his head”.   I’m always happy to find a new Gann researcher to help educate me.  Rare as they are, I have found another one in Eric Penicka. 

I’ve studied Mr. Gann a “few” years myself.  Study doesn’t necessarily make anyone an expert and I’d argue that any fool can write a book. So… I approach new books with a healthy skepticism.  With that general attitude as I began his book, I was pleasantly surprised to find that his work hit upon many things that I had previously been curious about studying over the years.   I had even studied some of it in what I thought was pretty good depth.  I suspect many of you would be able to say the same. 

I was only a few chapters into the book when I realized that even if some of Eric’s thoughts were on my “to do” list, he had jumped way ahead of me in these disciplines.   I had been splashing around in his kiddie-pool while he did flips and twists off the high dive down at the deeper end of the pool.   I had “read” many of his references while he had explored them to understand.  The truth is that I may never have done much of this work for myself.  But now I will!   I’ll be proving these things for myself which is the Gann way.

There are many coincidences in the markets.  On the other hand, there may be few real causes and effects for market phenomena.  Some even argue that markets are random chaos. My years of work force me to think markets are far from random, however chaotic they may seem. 

Mr. Penicka helps to demystify some of the “chaos”.  He shows several of Mr. Gann’s famous quotes and explains them in a historical light that helps reveal probable truth underneath some of the historical Gann “haze” that is veiled behind nebulous terms like “Law of Vibration” and “Natural Law”.  

If you search for explanations of those terms, this book is probably one that will be of interest to you.  I’m better for having read it… and I will indeed read it more than once. 

Gordon Roberts



The author has agreed to monitor an Online Research Forum for this course. The Forum will be the equivalent of a classroom where the author will help readers to clarify and master the analytical techniques presented in the course. As we said, we want to assure that no detail was left out, and that the material is fully comprehensible by everybody. It will also be a place where readers can discuss their analysis of the markets and work to determine the Keynote and Elemental Harmonics of different markets. The author intentionally provided only one to a few examples for each principle in the course, with the understanding that he would provide many more examples in the Online Forum, where he would address in detail student’s questions.




The Periodic Table & The Law of Vibration

By Eric Penicka.  460 Pages. Black Suede Hardcover.

Includes access to Online Student Research Forum.

NOTE: This course requires the signing of a Non-Disclosure Agreement.

PRICE $ 4500.00


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