Monday, October 13, 2008
Market Recap: Dow Surges to 936-Point Gain as Bulls Take the Reins
Market Recap: Dow Surges to 936-Point Gain as Bulls Take the Reins: "The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA – 9,387.61) wrapped up the session on a gain of 936 points, or 11%, collecting its largest single-day point jump ever. The Dow's previous record, set on March 12, 2000, stood at 499 points. At its peak of the day, the blue-chip barometer was up about 977 points. Of the Dow's 30 components, only General Electric (GE) closed lower. Oil concerns Exxon Mobil (XOM) and Chevron (CVX) blazed the path higher for the 29 advancing issues.
20081013 - 20000312 = 3137 prime days
20081013 - 3137 prime X 2 days = 19910810 - which means that completion of Day ONE (1) of the first cycle of 3137 prime days was August 11th, the Divine Birthday of our Lord.
The year 1991 factors into 181 prime X 11
181 corresponds to "We Are One" as follows:
We (55) Are (195) One (655) = 905 = 181 prime X 5