Thanks, very good links.

With Jupiter period = 11.89 y and Saturn period = 29.46 y, we get:

S – J = 17.57 y

J * (3/2) = 17.83 y

S * (3/5) = 17.67 y

So, a ~17.6 y periodicity is found in a number of basic ways just by considering Jupiter and Saturn, the two largest planets.

As for 88 year, 8.8 y and 2.2y cycles:

S * 3 = 88.38 y

5 * 17.6 = 88 y

Lunar precession cycle = 8.85 y

Jupiter-Mars synodic period = 2.23 y

Jupiter-Neptune axial period = 22.13 y

So, that’s plenty cycles feeding into a common ~88.5 y periodicity.

And that’s not where it stops.

If we look at the axial periods of the 4 large outer planets(J,S,U,N):

J-S axis lines up with U-N axis every 9.97 years (very close to 10 years)

J-U lines up with S-N every 17.8 years (very close to your 17.6 y cycle)

J-N lines up with S-U every 22.4 years (close to 22.2 year cycle)

So, the decadal pattern, the 17.6 y cycle and the 22 y cycle are all connected through the 4 outer planets. They come together with a ~ 89 y periodicty ( 89 = 9 * 9.97 = 5 * 17.8 = 4 * 22.4).

There is a lot of hidden harrmony in our solar system.

Danny

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]]>Thanks for another good post. As you mentioned in the previous article 88.37 is 5 times my 17.6 year stock market cycle and connects 1929 (top) with 2018 (end of bear) according to my research. I knew that this was close to twice the lunar apsides cycle of 8.85 years but not that these banking crises happened in 88 year cycles.

You may like this article and particularly the comments regarding a 17 year Jupiter Saturn impact on solar cycle http://tallbloke.wordpress.com/2011/08/05/jackpot-jupiter-and-saturn-solar-cycle-link-confirmed/

Thanks,

Kerry

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