Newly Discovered Research as Important as W.D. Gann!
Space-Time Forecasting of Economic Trends

The Lost Archives of
Muriel & Louis Hasbrouck

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Introductory Materials, Articles, Correspondences &
Complete Space-Time Forecasting of Economic Trends
1958-1996
By Muriel & Louis Hasbrouck

 

Introduction

The Institute of CosmoEconomics is excited to at long last release the first installment of the Space-Time Forecasting Archives of Muriel and Louis Hasbrouck.  This archive represents one of the most important discoveries ever in the field of market forecasting based on causation or correlation with natural forces, a science we call CosmoEconomics.  The only other comparable level of research and insight to that of the Hasbroucks would be the work of WD Gann, whose legacy provides the core inspiration for most esoteric, cosmological or astro-based research, and the work of Dr. Jerome Baumring, which explains and extends Gann’s work to the most sophisticated and scientific level yet developed.  Surprisingly, this utterly unknown work of the Hasbroucks contains a depth, breadth, history, and legacy that would surely rival, if not surpass Gann’s, if anyone knew it existed…

When I first came across the Hasbrouck collection, I had never even heard the name, and after asking several of my friends who are most knowledgeable about the subject, I could find no one else who knew anything about them either.  I assumed that the collection might be insignificant, just some researchers who did a lot of work, but nothing substantial, until an Internet search turned up one sole reference to them as key figures in astro-economic history, on the website of well-respected financial astrologer, Bill Meridian, in his article History of Stock Market Astrology:

“Muriel Hasbrouck began her research on earthquakes, but changed tracks when her husband noticed that many of the dates that she generated coincided with stock market moves. She established Space-Time Forecasting and developed a following on Wall Street. The US government showed an interest in her work, offering to assist in further research. In a series of letters to Ed Dewey, she laid out the course of her communications with the US. She was shocked when the government shut her down. The reason was never made clear, but it appears that the dates that she projected corresponded to the dates of secret missile tests. Hasbrouck left her work to Harriett Higginson who added her techniques to her own. With Harriett’s passing, the Hasbrouck secrets disappeared.”  Bill Meridian – History of Stock Market Astrology

          Upon seeing this quote, and particularly the line, “the Hasbrouck secrets disappeared,” I realized my first assumption had been wrong, and that I had mysteriously stumbled upon an important archive of secret financial papers which had been completely lost to history and posterity.


Discovery of Lost Archives

          The discovery of this lost collection was as strange and synchronistic as idea that some of the greatest work on financial forecasting and celestial causation had been completely lost to the modern world.  In 2006, I took my first trip to the east coast in 10 years for Project Hindsight’s 10 day conference on Hellenistic Astrology, Bob Schmidt’s first presentation of the System of Hermes, the lost Greek system of astrology, which he had been laboriously translating and deciphering for the last 15 years.  I stopped in Maine on the way to visit with old friends who ran the best esoteric bookstore in the country, and after spending a day pulling a few boxes of books out of their massive stock, I headed down to the conference in Maryland. 

On the way back, I received an email from them about an esoteric financial collection that had been offered to them the day after I had been there, which they wanted to pass on to me, since it didn’t contain the kind of material they could work with.  It comprised over a dozen boxes of books and papers, but the books were mostly mid-20th century and were marked up with notes, which they couldn’t sell, and personal papers always require an expert to have any idea if they are valuable and to know what to do with them. Since this field was my specialty, they passed the connection on to me, and I began to do the above mentioned research to see if they were something of interest.

After discovering Bill Meridian’s above quote, and receiving some 1970’s articles about the Hasbroucks from Financial World and Business Week (NOTE: THE FOLLOWING LINKS GO TO PDF FILES WHICH MAY TAKE SOME TIME TO LOAD ON SLOW CONNECTIONS – IF YOU DON’T SEE ANYTHING AT FIRST, GIVE IT A MOMENT TO LOAD), I realized that there was no question that I should go examine the collection, so I rented a car and drove 7 hours from Maine to Vermont where the papers had been sitting in the 4th story attic of an old Victorian house in Burlington for the past 25 years.  I had been invited to come spend as much time as I needed to go through the collection, and even offered a room in the attic with the books for the duration of my stay.

The next four days were to be some of the most interesting of my life, as I slowly dug through approximately 16 boxes of books and papers, one page at a time, discovering an intellectual treasure the like of which I had never seen before.  My hesitancy about the collection turned to exhilaration as I pulled personal notes and correspondences out of boxes written by famous figures in both esoteric and financial history, many of whose books I had studied as a private student of Dr. Baumring’s 20 years earlier.  Private letters and papers from Edward Dewey, Edson Gould, Hamilton Bolton, John Nelson, Walter Russell, Paul Foster Case, Israel Regardie, NASA, the Department of Defense, and more, quickly demonstrated to me the importance of this find, and the levels of connection that the Hasbroucks maintained within the financial, scientific and esoteric communities.  Indeed, many of the authors I had studied looked humbly to the Hasbroucks as the top experts in their field, and yet none of us today even know their name!  How was this possible?

After concluding my review of the materials, the collection was purchased and we took over the trusteeship of the Hasbrouck Trust, and have since spent the last 5 years organizing, cataloging, and scanning much of the over 30,000 pages of archive materials.  The collection offered here is the first public release of their Space-Time Forecasting of Economic Trends since their original writing, and of any of their private archives ever.

Hasbrouck History

          The history of the Hasbrouck’s research and contribution, and the story of its disappearance only became clear after many months of digging through thousands of pages of letters, notes and writings.  It is, without question, one of the most interesting stories in the history of the financial markets, as well as in the development of alternative cosmological and esoteric science.  I will take the time here to share a brief overview of their fascinating career, more of which will be elaborated as we develop their work in the future.

          Louis Hasbrouck was born on May 19, 1890 and died on June 8, 1979.  He was a graduate of Yale, served in both world wars, and was a Captain in the U. S. Army Air Force.  He worked in Wall Street during the span of the Great Crash, and found that conventional sources of wisdom neither predicted nor answered the trying questions of the time.  By seeking new data and a method of forecasting that would be more true to life, he gave the economic input to the Space-Time Dynamics and geophysics of Muriel Bruce. (See Louis’ article: Mass Psychology & The Unified Field Theory – Trend Analysis – A New Approach)

Muriel Bruce was born in Canada on July 20, 1890 and died November 27, 1981 at the age of 91.  She was a Music and English major in college, a classical pianist, and a reporter for a Toronto newspaper.  She published several books, novels and sonnets, chief among them her 1941 work on the tarot and astrology, Pursuit of Destiny, still in print today under the title Tarot & Astrology (see the contents, sample pages and cycle charts at this Amazon link).  A copy of this book is included with our collection.).  She and Louis were married on December 19, 1931, and together their research developed into Space-Time Forecasting.

It is Muriel’s story that is most intriguing, and in fact, it was Muriel’s genius and insight that led to the important discoveries and applications that became Space-Time Forecasting.  It seems that early in Muriel’s life, she developed close connections with some key figures in the Theosophical movement and the Golden Dawn magical order, which would influence and redirect her focus in life.  These figures extended to like of Dr. Israel Regardie, famous biographer of the Golden Dawn and Aleister Crowley, with whom she maintained a friendship and correspondence until the 1970’s.  It also seems that early in her career, she worked as a ghost writer for Evangeline Adams, the famous astrologer of J. P. Morgan, who is rumored to have said “Millionaires don’t use astrology, Billionaires do!”  

Sometime in the 1920’s she developed close friendships with two of the greatest figures of 20th century esoterics, Walter Russell and Paul Foster Case.  Walter Russell is well known for his cosmological masterpiece, The Universal One, a key work in the study of the cosmological theory behind Gann, and said by some to be one of the figures referred to in Gann’s famous work, The Tunnel Through The Air.  Walter Russell was a visionary mystic/scientist who developed an energetic vortex lattice theory and discovered some atomic elements, years before the scientific community found them, through his 10 octave wave theory.  Muriel was one of the first to read Russell’s draft of his magnum opus, which is shown by her possession of the original onion skin carbon copy of the introduction and first chapter of the treatise, complete with Russell’s hand drawn images, while it was still named The Eternal One. Years later in 1931, she wrote the introductory article to his exhibition of paintings called, “The Invisible Universe” at the Museum of Science & Industry in New York.  She studied with Russel for seven years, and is the only known market researcher to have worked with him personally.

Around 1929, she met and became a student and research partner of Paul Foster Case, author of The True & Invisible Rosicrucian Order, numerous books on the Tarot, and founder of the highly respected mystery school, The Builders of the Adytum, still in existence to this day.  Paul Case is most famous for his penetrating study of the Tarot and its use a developmental and practical system of esoterics, with a strong Kabbalistic, mathematical, astrological orientation, leading some Gann students to pursue this course of training to better understand Gann.  Collections of his BOTA course series, which take a decade to obtain and work through, have been known to sell for as much as $5000 for a complete set.  It was Case who directed Muriel’s study towards the Tarot as a universal system in which can be found coded secrets to universal knowledge.  While Case directed his Tarot work towards the development of his mystery school, Muriel decided she would see if there was a way to integrate Tarot and astrology to discover a scientific methodology which would bring astrology out of the realm of esoterics, and onto an equal footing with modern science.  With her discovery of a secret book on the Tarot, called Book T, she cracked a veiled code which led her to the discovery of Space-Time Field Forces, the KEY missing element in most astrological research.

Discovery of Space-Time Dynamics

The nature of this Key element is something that has been long sought by all astrologers, and is even today the missing piece leading numerous researchers to attempt to reconstruct the ancient systems of astrology.  It is an over-riding element which creates a kind of a background or intermediary energy which determines when lesser influences become active or not.  Many astrologers discover some planetary relationship in the markets, only to see that after a sequence of occurrences, the influence disappears or changes.  This is one of the biggest problems leading to the inconsistency of much astrological analysis.

Muriel Hasbrouck’s discovery of Space-Time Field Forces or Space-Time Dynamics solves this over-riding background energy problem, by providing a different methodology to interpret astronomical mechanics through a type of Einsteinian field theory.  More importantly, by the addition of these field forces, it is able to produce a system of celestial mechanics which is fully predictable and mechanical to such a degree that it takes these calculations out of the esoteric realm of astrological interpretation, into the scientific field of electromagnetic and solar force mechanics.  From the time Muriel made this discovery, she abhorred the term astrology, and did everything to distance her theories from those of the esoteric tradition.  To her, Space-Time Field Forces provided a clear demonstration of the energetic dynamics of force interaction within the Solar System, and provided a scientifically verifiable mechanics of the propagation of celestial influence through the medium of the Sun.  Her theory perfectly aligned with the newly accepted relativity physics of Albert Einstein, and she felt her discovery would provide a valued scientific contribution to humanity.

          The first application of her system was to the prediction of earthquakes, volcanic activity and space weather.  It was Louis’ input, after having watched his and his client’s investments disappear in the Great Crash of 1929, that inspired the investigation of financial market influence as well, though that was not to be the initial focus of their endeavors.  By the mid-50’s, Muriel had developed and tested her system for many years with the result that she was able to forecast earthquakes and space weather with an approximate 90% accuracy rate.  This era being the dawn of the Space Age, Muriel’s desire was to contribute to the emerging solar and space science, by providing practical solutions to unresolved difficulties faced by the scientific community.  The prediction of earthquakes was an obvious contribution which would benefit humanity, and indeed, to this day the scientific community has not developed the predictive ability that the Hasbroucks possessed in the 1950’s, so Muriel wrote some articles trying to develop interest in that field. 

However, it was the forecasting of space weather that became the primary direction the Hasbroucks took in order to attempt to bring their theories to the use of the modern world.  Muriel had her theory evaluated and found accurate by a scientist at Bell Laboratories, and monitored by H.T. Stetson of MIT, author of two books on sunspots used by Baumring in his curriculum.  They were also well acquainted with John Nelson, who had developed a similar theory of planetary radio disturbance for RCA, though their system was far more reaching and advanced than his.  They formed a company called Geomagnetic Research, Inc., and began to contact government agencies dealing with space launches, as well as the High Altitude Observatory, which produced the ongoing space weather reports for the US government which Muriel had used for years to track her solar disturbance forecast results.  She realized that with the incredible cost of rockets and missiles that were being developed by the government, and the losses they regularly incurred as a result of bad space weather, that her predictive technique would be invaluable in saving the tax payers 100’s of millions of dollars lost each year to crashes and failures.  For six years they contacted various branches of government, always receiving some initial interest, with the High Altitude Observatory even closely evaluating their work for a period of time.  (For a detailed presentation of the Hasbrouck Geomagnetic Theory in their own words, and letters on the subject, see this link: Hasbrouck Geomagnetic Research)

But in the end, the scientists and physicists just could not swallow that there was a way, using just astronomical data, not empirical measuring tools like satellites and solar data, for some tabular calculation to predict space weather, even though they followed and confirmed the predictions themselves.  Their minds were shut, and seemingly impenetrable to alternative input.  So, with frustration, and a farewell sonnet, the Hasbroucks shut down Geomagnetic Research and decided instead to focus their attention on forecasting economic trends, knowing that such proven accuracy would be of great interest in practical world of Wall Street and the financial community.

Space-Time Forecasting of Economic Trends

          On October 15, 1964 the Hasbroucks officially kicked off their new financial forecasting report, Space-Time Forecasting of Economic Trends.  In 1957 they had published a 7 year forecast in the magazine American Mercury, which had been quite accurate, and with this forecast record under their belt, and their interest in a government partnership finished, they felt confident that the market was the direction they were intended to go.  At the following link: Space-Time Forecasting of Economic Trends, we have posted the Hasbrouck’s own presentation of their forecasting service, so that you can read about it directly from the source.  Muriel and Louis wrote these reports for the next 15 years, until they were too old to continue, and then passed the work on to their longtime associate Harriett Higginson and publisher James Fraser, who also became trustees of the Hasbrouck Trust, now passed on to us.  Harriett Higginson was also referred to in Bill Meridian’s history:

“Hasbrouck left her work to Harriett Higginson who added her techniques to her own. With Harriett’s passing, the Hasbrouck secrets disappeared.  … In 1974, I met Arch Crawford, Bob Farrell’s first technical assistant at Merrill Lynch, at a NYC astrology conference at which Harriett Higginson spoke. She forecasted a top in gold prices using a Jupiter-Neptune aspect. We were both impressed  Bill Meridian – History of Stock Market Astrology

Harriett Higginson continued writing the Space-Time reports for the next 16 years until her death in 1996.  Together the Hasbrouck & Higginson Space-Time reports total over 1200 pages, all of which have been included in our current collection.  These forecasts, reports and letters are filled with deep analysis of the markets, and an ongoing discussion of the principles of Space-Time Forecasting as applied to mass psychology and finance.  It is the primary record of the Hasbrouck’s work, and history of their thought, along with the record of the accuracy of their forecasts. 

Edson Gould

The primary type of clientele Space-Time Forecasting seemed to draw were Wall Street insiders, CEOs, authors of other advisory letters, institutional managers, and some well-known figures in stock market history, including Edson Gould and Hamilton Bolton, founder of the Bank Credit Analyst (still around today, 50 years later!), and author of a few works on Elliot Wave theory.  They generated most of their subscriptions, which cost $300 annually (over $2000 in today’s dollars!), through recommendations from other subscribers, Edson Gould being one of their greatest promoters. 

Edson Gould was an interesting character in the Wall Street world, and wrote a top market forecasting letter, Findings & Forecasts, which was subscribed to by some 2,500 subscribers in the 1960’s.  Louis Rukeyser of Wall Street Week said of him in 1976, “If there’s a technical market analyst in Wall Street with a better track record than Edson Gould, we haven’t found him yet in seven seasons of looking….his forecasts…have an immediate market impact that no other technician can match.”  What is less know of Gould however, is that he wrote two brilliant articles in Barron’s in 1941, under the pen name “Edson Beers,” which were first rediscovered by Dr. Baumring and included in his Course Manuals.  In these articles, Gould describes the markets as a network of swinging pendulums operating according to dynamic symmetry, an exact parallel to Baumring’s interpretation of Gann.  These articles are the only evidence of Gould’s more esoteric, mechanical approach to the markets, and throughout the rest of his career, these ideas were never to be presented publicly again.   What most people do not know, however, is that one of Gould’s primary resources for his letter was the Hasbrouck forecasts, which he subscribed to, and recommended to almost everyone he knew.   In his private correspondence with Muriel, who was a close and dear friend, we discover a fascinating discussion of their personal market research which they shared with each other.  Gould would mention the Hasbrouck’s research and discoveries in lectures he gave, and promoted their service to many of his Wall Street clients and collegues, sending them a large number of their subscribers.

Hamilton Bolton

However, it is the Hamilton Bolton correspondence that proves the most interesting of all Muriel’s market interactions, for she and Hammy, as he was fondly called by friends, developed the closest trust of all of her associates, and she shared more of her ideas and techniques with him than she did with anyone else.  Interestingly, their relationship began in 1960 with Louis sending a criticism of Elliot Wave theory to Bolton, who responded leading to a close friendship until his untimely death on April 5, 1967, (another personal synchronicity for me, as I was born on exactly the same day!) at the early age of 58. 

Their friendship led Bolton away from more statistical technical analysis and Elliot wave, into the deeper and more esoteric field of mass psychology as influenced by cycle theory and celestial mechanics.   Hamilton revered the Hasbroucks and held the secrecy of their research so dear, that upon Ham’s death, when the Hasbroucks asked his long-time partner Jules Tremblay for the return of any of their papers, Tremblay responded, “it so happens that Hammy kept his association with you shrouded with such secrecy that nobody at Bolton-Tremblay’s, including his personal secretary, somehow knew much about it.”  Tremblay’s assistant further wrote, “In the past seven years that he (Hammy) and I came to know each other, he often spoke of you to me and whenever he did, his deep affection for both of you did not escape me.  In fact, he became very humble when he’d relate to me the attention he enjoyed from you.  His inquisitive mind, keen perception and sensitivity – qualities added to his brilliant mind – made him a worthy disciple of yours.”

The seven year correspondence between Muriel and Hamilton Bolton lays out more details about the depth of her work than most of the rest of her writing.  They explored new ideas together, and we also have an original manuscript on Time Cycles in Bolton’s own handwriting that has never been known or previously published.

Archive Release & Research Group

          The answer to the question posed above about how their market research became lost to posterity is more a matter of circumstance than intention.  During the 20 years that Muriel & Louis published their forecasts, Muriel was engaged in ongoing research to deepen the scientific principles behind her work and to extend her theories to a large scale analysis of history in terms of Space-Time Dynamics, with its predictive sequencing of human experience.  She had applied for a Bollingen grant to develop and publish a book called the Harmonics of History, which was carefully considered, and was also in correspondence for many years with editors at McGraw Hill, who were interested in publishing this potentially groundbreaking work about the influence of solar phenomena and cycles on the phases of history showing the direct effects on humanity.  The archives contain many outlines, drafts, notes and references that she had collected for this work, but it seems she just never completed it.  She was always extremely hesitant to explain the details of her work to anyone, and it is likely that her own inner resistance to releasing her secrets held her back from completing this book.  She was also aging in years, having only begun producing the STF Forecasts & Letters when she was already 74 years old.  Time passed and she and Louis aged, and the work simply remained incomplete.

          When Muriel and Louis reached 90 and began to become more fragile and ill, the work was passed on to their associate Harriett Higginson, who also for years intended to compile Muriel’s work into a more general book to introduce their theories to the world, and at one point Harriett even engaged a contract with an astrological author to write a book about the Hasbroucks for public consumption.  However, that relationship became strained when the author continued to insert her own ideas and interpretations in place of Muriel’s, and Harriett discontinued and the project, leaving another book only partially written.  Eventually Harriett herself reached an advanced age, and with her death and no one else around to carry on the tradition, all the archives were left where they had been stored in their publisher’s attic, where I found them 30 years later, covered in dust and all but forgotten.

          So, with the archives and the Hasbrouck Trust having been placed in our care, we are now taking the first steps to bring this important contribution out to the financial forecasting community for the first time, 30 long years after the Hasbrouck’s death.  This first collection of introductory writings, correspondences, and the entire series of Space-Time Forecasting of Economic Trends has been collected here into 3 volumes, over 1400 pages in total of never before seen theories and forecasts by some of the important thinkers in this field.

          Ongoingly, there will be two separate branches of this project.  We will, over time, be collecting and releasing some pieces, such as the current collection, which are appropriate for more public consumption, and which will include, at some point, a book telling the Hasbrouck story, and presenting the general theories and contributions they made to both scientific and financial forecasting theory, allowing them their proper place in history.  For the hard-core researchers in Gann and astro theory, who want to understand the inner principles and techniques which were so carefully guarded and never released to anyone, we will be creating a private membership based research group.  This group will be given access to the complete collection of scans and materials that we have compiled, which contain the essence of Muriel’s work.  There will be a private Online Forum where the research group will be able to discuss and analyze the techniques with each other, and where we will continue to post research and applications developed from their work, in order to fully recreate and apply the techniques the Hasbroucks were using.

          This first collection of material is REQUIRED PREREQUISITE for anyone who intends to apply for membership to the research group and access to the complete archives. The cost of this set will be deducted from the overall membership cost to join the full-access research group.  A general outline of the research archives we possess are as follows:

·        100 Years of Ephemerides with Muriel’s hand markings in 4 colors notating the astronomical elements used by her system.

·        Worksheets on which Muriel compiled the Ephemeris data to give her forecast signals.

·        Complete history of analysis and forecasts of markets.

·        Charts & Research on the Dow, Gold, London Exchange, and other markets.

·        Horoscopes of numerous markets and individuals.

·        7 year personal correspondence with Hamilton Bolton explaining the system and further research.

·        Edson Gould correspondence and analysis techniques.

·        Numerous letters to students and other experts discussing the theories.

·        Drafts, notes and research for the book Harmonics of History

·        Correspondence with the High Altitude Observatory explaining how to forecast space weather. 

·        History of space-weather forecasts.

·        Materials and techniques on earthquake forecasting.

·        Muriel’s personal Magical Diary.

·        Correspondences with famous esoteric and scientific figures.

·        Harriett Higginson personal notes, astrological theories and correspondences.

·        Secret forecasting tables and techniques for measuring Space-Time Field Forces.

·        and much, much more….

As should be obvious from the materials listed above, the Hasbrouck archives present an entire education in market forecasting, celestial mechanics and field theory, and astrological/astronomical causation which goes well beyond all current theories of modern science, producing forecasting results that are, as yet, beyond scientific or economic understanding.  Even though this work is 30-50 years old, it is still ahead of science by a good 50 years, and of economics and finance by 100 years or more.  Our Hasbrouck research group will comprise the first and only group of people to learn and apply the lost secrets that the Hasbroucks so carefully guarded.  We anticipate that the release of this treasure trove of wisdom will help to advance the field of financial forecasting and solar field causation in way never before considered.  This introductory set contains everything needed to obtain an understanding of the nature of the Hasbrouck’s work, and the effectiveness of their results.

William Bradstreet Stewart
Institute of CosmoEconomics
Sacred Science Institute
institute@sacredscience.com

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

Volume 1   Hasbrouck Introductory Material & Correspondence
                        Space-Time Forecasting of Economic Trends 1958-1968

Introduction
Part I - Introductory Articles & Materials

-          Introduction to Space-Time Forecasting of Economic Trends

-          Background & Record of Space-Time Research

-          Articles by and Atout the Hasbroucks

-          Geomagnetics Research History & Description

-          Hamilton Bolton Papers & Correspondence

-          Edson Gould Papers & Correspondence

-          John Nelson RCA Papers

-          Edward Dewey Correspondence

-          Paul Foster Case Correspondence

-          Israel Regardie Correspondences

-          Walter Russell Article & Papers

-          Hasbrouch Memorials

Part II – Hasbrouck Space-Time Forecasting of Economic Trends

-          1958 – 1968

 

Volume 2   Hasbrouck Space-Time Forecasting of Economic Trends

-         1969 – 1978

Volume 3   Higginson Space-Time Forecasting of Economic Trends

-         1979 – 1996

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Hasbrouck Space-Time Forecasting
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Hasbrouck Articles
Louis Hasbrouck Mass Psychology Article
Hamilton Bolton Correspondence
Edson Gould Correspondence
Israel Regardie Correspondence
Paul Foster Case Correspondence
Walter Russell Materials
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