How do you determine the appropriate time frame for applying W.D. Gann Arcs?

How do you determine the appropriate time frame for applying W.D. Gann Arcs? Gann and Clark are the same thing I believe. I would say try them for yourself. Most of us find that the W.D. Gann is a technique that is used for all reasons – not just “break in”. The W.D. Gann is used to smooth-out rough edges. It gives you more definition. I would approach the W.D.

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Gann or Clark with regards to any rough areas on a painting as early as possible rather than waiting until its too late. Gann will make a dull coat and separate some of the darker areas. Clark will pull up paint leaving it much more open than a W.D. Gann as paint normally will stop immediately. Also there is no brushing with Gann’s or Clarke’s. I think your thinking about things are right and I am not getting into either of these or others here… Gann et al work differently to Clark than most “clean” techniques. They are good for sculpting and enhancing colours. Like others they can sometimes add further “rough edges” that you don’t want, especially with dark colours. Gann arcing also can make a “dull” edge, probably more apparent than with clay-arts for instance, if you are covering a bright white.

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Personally, I think Gann has its place as a fun way to add interest, and for finishing specific paint surfaces, but it is more unusual than the other tools we would normally talk about to create a smooth, even transition – especially if you ARE familiar with Gann work and have seen it applied. However, regardless of technique, the finish of a canvas is a personal choice based on the painting, the surface, the client…. and for certain works, I suspect all three factors will include a Gann… sometimes it would be an attractive thing in the right circumstances. With heavy layers of paint aHow do you determine the appropriate time frame for applying W.D. Gann Arcs? What level of play is necessary before and after a W. D.

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Gann arc is applied, etc.? I have come to see W. D. Gann arcs applied with greater frequency in earlier years. I tried to find a complete discussion of timing of all arcs via the forum but the one I linked was incomplete. There was a discussion of some of the newer arcs but I don’t know that you would consider those to be definitive. Are there any definitive references online for the questions you are asking? Should I just apply the appropriate arc when I want to use the arc? Should I do that before or after I begin collecting points? Are there any pros and cons with the different arcs? As far as I can see none of the Gann arcs work outside the normal cycle. (A normal cycle, of course, is our current operating mode.) We probably should look at a detailed discussion on that. I don’t play more than the occasional match and I’m not all that interested in all the other stuff that goes with Gann so I probably never noticed it unless someone brought it up. I think I read now or I read about it that Gann started by analyzing patterns in a 10-18 turn cycle? He plotted all of the cycles and figured out which cycles were repeatable? At this point, I’m not sure. The next thing to think about is the length of the arc. I saw mention of a lot of different arcing techniques, some of which take 25 moves to complete whereas others take one or two moves (A.

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i.e. Rotating, 3D, Magician 5, M.C, and another I don’t know that I’m thinking of). This is probably the most confusing part of Gann. There is also the whole Pawn stuff where Gann notes the Pawn as a hole in the board though he doesn’t talk about the moves it takes toHow do you determine the appropriate time frame for applying W.D. Gann Arcs? Hi, Tom – thanks for the additional questions. Here’s the basis for my thinking: I just finished reading the book of CATS by Gary Green and I learned some things I didn’t know about Gann Arcs that encourage me to follow your suggestions of waiting 6 months before entering the 6th House. The 12th House Gann and other methods taught in the book are also useful in helping me to avoid applying this dynamic prematurely. I will definitely look into the additional information in the Green book on how to do house assessments. With regard to the way to go about timing applying the curves, I am inclined to start sooner than you suggest. I personally have you could try this out that when I follow the timing recommendations in the Gann book, it seems to me that the planets are often a little ahead of the curve.

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Over the past five years, I’ve averaged about a third of the planets having moved into their houses before W.D. Gann’s time frame and only a couple of months after I’ve applied the respective houses with the previous month lag time. The timing will be different for others and just a thought. One caveat is, if a planet is within the light zone, then applying one month past Gann’s time frame might not give an optimum result. I would normally expect something to change in the light zone after about three or four months of the new phase. We will have to wait and see. Again, I appreciate you taking the time to reply. In the meantime, Cheers, Larry With respect to “when” in TCs, The only rule to abide by really is to wait and see and to not initiate a change before the old environment that produced the change has totally passed. Some people, however, will initiate TCs immediately after one is effected or two, after one or two, or whenever they observe their environment. As for “hows long,” I don’t really know…

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