In 'The Law of Vibration' Tony Plummer presents a new theory which he argues is revealing of a fundamental truth about the deep-structure of the universe. The Law is embodied in a very specific pattern of oscillation that accompanies change and evolution. It can be found in fluctuations in stock markets and in ecomic activity. The research here suggests that the pattern was kwn about in antiquity because it was buried in a short passage in St Matthew's Gospel in the Bible. It also suggests that it was kwn about in the early part of the 20th century because it was concealed in the structure of books written by the rewned stock market trader, William D. Gann, and by the mindfulness exponent, George Gurdjieff. Both men chose to preserve their kwledge of the pattern in a hidden form for some unkwn future purpose. Now, after 20 years of investigation, Tony Plummer tells the story of how the pattern was originally hidden. Drawing on painstaking research on gematria, the enneagram and financial market analysis, Plummer reveals the existence of a behavioural pattern that may have profound implications for the way that we view the world.Plummer's work is elegantly structured and illustrated throughout. It is an exciting and thought-provoking study for Gann enthusiasts, and also for investors, ecomists and scientists who have an interest in the laws that underpin systemic coherence and produce collective order.
Tony Plummer is the director of Helmsman Economics Ltd. He is a former director of Hambros Bank Ltd, of Hambros Fund Management PLC, and of Rhombus Research Ltd. He is a Fellow of the Society of Technical Analysts in the UK, and was until November 2011, a Visiting Professorial Fellow in the Economics Department at Queen Mary, University of London. He is the author of 'Forecasting Financial Markets', which describes the influence of crowd psychology on economic activity and financial market price behaviour. Tony has worked and traded in financial markets since 1976, concentrating primarily on bonds and currencies. He now specialises in strategic economic and financial market analysis, and writes and lectures on group behaviour and trading competencies. He has a Masters degree in economics from the London School of Economics and an Honours degree in economics from the University of Kent. He has a four-year training in Core Process Psychotherapy and is a qualified NLP practitioner.