The World According to Cycles by Samuel A. Schreiner Jr.
How Recurring Forces Can Predict the Future and Change Your Life

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Like most of humankind's great theories, the cyclical view of the universe is at once elegant in its sim-plicity and utterly persuasive. Scholars, pundits, and experts in all walks of life—from Carl Jung to Arthur Schlesinger and from Paul Volcker to Lee Iacocca—proclaim the validity of cycles. In this fascinating work, Samuel A. Schreiner, Jr., spells out in layperson's terms how to look for patterns in unpredictable environments and how to spot the recurring forces that can predict changes in one's health, moods, and relationships, in financial investments, the weather, politics, and the state of the world.

Incorporating over fifty years of research on hundreds of different cycles by scientists affiliated with the Foundation for the Study of Cycles, The World Ac-cording to Cycles enables readers to recognize many naturally recurring patterns in their daily lives. Scientists affiliated with the Foundation have correctly predicted such events as the 1987 stock market crash, a killer earthquake in Armenia, and the 1988 U.S. presidential election.

The World According to Cycles will help readers develop the ability to predict a wide variety of occurrences so they can apply a greater understanding of the rhythms of everyday existence to their personal relationships, emotional well-being, employer-employee relations, and judgment and decision-making in business and finance.


About Samuel A. Schreiner Jr.

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Samuel A. Schreiner, Jr. , a veteran journalist and former senior editor at Reader's Digest , is the author of both novels and nonfiction, including The Trials of Mrs. Lincoln , Henry Clay Frick: The Gospel of Greed , and The Passionate Beechers: A Family Saga of Sanctity and Scandal That Changed America . He lives in Darien, Connecticut.
Published August 18, 2009 by Skyhorse Publishing. 236 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Self Help, Computers & Technology, Science & Math, Law & Philosophy, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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