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God works in Four Dimensions.

Ephesians 3:18 amp

18 That you may have the power and be strong to apprehend and grasp with all the saints God’s devoted people, the experience of that love what is the breadth and length and height and depth [of it];

19 That you may really come] to know practically, through experience for yourselves the love of Christ, which far surpasses mere knowledge without experience; that you may be filled through all your being unto all the fullness of God may have the richest measure of the divine Presence, and become a body wholly filled and flooded with God Himself!

20 Now to Him Who, by in consequence of the action of His power that is at work within us, is able to carry out His purpose and do super abundantly, far over and above all that we dare ask or think infinitely beyond our highest prayers, desires, thoughts, hopes, or dreams-

21 To Him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations forever and ever. Amen so be it.


God works in Four Dimensions. His natural Law for us work in four dimensional therefore it is only reasonable that the Markets which were designed in this natural world works in four dimensions.

Bradley Cowan from is the only person that talks about the market working in four dimensions. Other mention Fibonacci, and draw a few Geometric diagram but Mr. Cowan explains it like no other can. We Recommend you buy all of his books, including his Gann books edited by him.

This is the reason most Market Analysts & all the news media, which always reports a reason for the market to go in a direction after the fact that the market has already moved. Don’t brother listening to the news, being Bloomberg, CNBC or Fox Business or any other. God published the news long before they ever did, and that news is

The Markets moves in Four Dimensions being breadth and length and height and depth [of it]; Ephesians 3v18.

* Four Dimensions Mathematics

In mathematics, four-dimensional space (“4D”) is an abstract concept derived by generalizing the rules of three-dimensional space. It has been studied by mathematicians and philosophers for over two centuries, both for its own interest and for the insights it offered into mathematics and related fields.

Algebraically it is generated by applying the rules of vectors and coordinate geometry to a space with four dimensions. In particular a vector with four elements (a 4-tuple) can be used to represent a position in four-dimensional space. The space is a Euclidean space, so has a metric and norm, and so all directions are treated as the same: the additional dimension is indistinguishable from the other three.

In modern physics, space and time are unified in a four-dimensional Minkowski continuum called spacetime, whose metric treats the time dimension differently from the three spatial dimensions (see below for the definition of the Minkowski metric/pairing). Spacetime is thus not a Euclidean space.

*Orthogonality and vocabulary

In the familiar 3-dimensional space that we live in there are three coordinate axes — usually labeled x, y, and z — with each axis orthogonal (i.e. perpendicular) to the other two. The six cardinal directions in this space can be called up, down, east, west, north, and south. Positions along these axes can be called altitude, longitude, and latitude. Lengths measured along these axes can be called height, width, and depth.

Comparatively, 4-dimensional space has an extra coordinate axis, orthogonal to the other three, which is usually labeled w. To describe the two additional cardinal directions, Charles Howard Hinton coined the terms ana and kata, from the Greek words meaning “up toward” and “down from”, respectively. A length measured along the w axis can be called spissitude, as coined by Henry More.

The geometry of 4-dimensional space is much more complex than that of 3-dimensional space, due to the extra degree of freedom.

Just as in 3 dimensions there are polyhedra made of two dimensional polygons, in 4 dimensions there are polychora (4-polytopes) made of polyhedra. In 3 dimensions there are 5 regular polyhedra known as the Platonic solids. In 4 dimensions there are 6 convex regular polychora, the analogues of the Platonic solids. Relaxing the conditions for regularity generates a further 58 convex uniform polychora, analogous to the 13 semi-regular Archimedean solids in three dimensions.

In 3 dimensions, a circle may be extruded to form a cylinder. In 4 dimensions, there are several different cylinder-like objects. A sphere may be extruded to obtain a spherical cylinder (a cylinder with spherical “caps”), and a cylinder may be extruded to obtain a cylindrical prism. The Cartesian product of two circles may be taken to obtain a duocylinder. All three can “roll” in 4-dimensional space, each with its own properties.

In 3 dimensions, curves can form knots but surfaces cannot (unless they are self-intersecting). In 4 dimensions, however, knots made using curves can be trivially untied by displacing them in the fourth direction, but 2-dimensional surfaces can form non-trivial, non-self-intersecting knots in 4-dimensional space.

Above is an interesting Video about Time & Space – TimeSpace

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