The Gann Square of 9 is often referred to as a Gann Wheel due to its spiral pattern. But here’s a curious thought: can we have Gann Wheels in shapes other than squares? Like circles, pentagons, hexagons, or even a smaller square like the Square of 4?

The exciting news is, yes, there are indeed other variations!

These are known as different “Views” of the Gann Wheel. It means we can explore Gann Wheels that come in various shapes and sizes beyond the traditional square pattern.

- Square of 4
- Square of 9
- Permanent Square

- Circle of 12
- Circle of 24
- Circle of 36

- Tetragon
- Pentagon
- Hexagon
- Septagon
- Octagon

Note – Square of 144 is not part of the Gann Wheel setup; it represents a separate concept altogether.

**Square of 4**

- Gann Square of 4 is also a Gann Wheel.
- You can see the spiral pattern here as well in which the numbers are written!
- Instead of a pointy Pyramid, you can assume it is a Pyramid with a flat head!
- The first complete square is a square of 4. Hence, the name!

There is no resistance and support levels horizontal and vertical like Cardinal Cross. There is only Ordinal Cross here. The Support and Resistance levels are marked here with deeper color tones!

**Square of 9**

This is the famous Square of 9 we are already discussing.

Note that –

- The Support and Resistance levels are marked here with deeper color tones!
- A square of 9 has more levels acting as Support and Resistance because it has both Cardinal and Ordinal Crosses!

**Permanent Square**

Gann Wheel variant with numbers unwinding in a side-to-side spiral resembling hallways.

Diverges from traditional patterns that expand outward from the center.

Support and Resistance levels have a deeper color tone, creating a checkerboard-like appearance in the structure.

**Circle of 12**

The Circle of 12 initiates the first ring/level with 12 numbers arranged in a circular manner before extending to the outer second ring/level.

This circular pattern shares a similarity with the spiral motion seen in Square Patterns of the Gann Wheel, with the distinction being the shape, which is a circle instead of a square.

**Circle of 24**

The Circle of 24 consists of a primary ring/level with 24 numbers arranged in a circular pattern.

Moving outward, the subsequent rings/levels continue the spiral motion, each containing 24 numbers.

Similar to the Circle of 12, the numbers next to each alternative number here act like support and resistance!

**Circle of 36**

The Circle of 36 is a Gann Wheel variant featuring a circular arrangement of 36 numbers in its initial ring/level.

The complexity increases but it follows the core concept of Gann Wheels!

And, as a Gann Wheel with a circular shape, each alternative number is a support or resistance!

**Tetragon**

Now comes the concept of Tetragon.

Although Gann never mentioned Polygons, the structure, and the concurrent numbers follow all rules of the Gann Time Square method!

Although the complexity increases the core theory of dominance of nature’s repetitive pattern remains the same!

**Pentagon**

This is Pentagon.

To understand the support and resistance levels in polygons, We need to understand them in 3D.

The support and resistance levels are on the edges with the center being on the top.

**Hexagon**

Similarly, Hexagon represents the spiral of the Hexagon Pyramid with six faces!

You can visualize the Hexagonal Pyramid in different ways: it can have a pointed top, a truncated top, or a flat top.

In both scenarios, the edges of the Pyramid act as support and resistance levels. What’s interesting is that these Hexagonal Pyramids adhere to the principles of the Gann Wheel.

This means we can explore and analyze numbers within them in a similar manner to how we approached the Gann Square of 9.

**Septagon**

Imagine a Pyramid with seven faces!

**Octagon**

Imagine a Pyramid of eight faces!

Like circular-shaped Gann Wheels, Polygonal Gann Wheel also bear few similarities –

- The 1st level of support and resistance have no numbers between them.
- The 2nd level of support and resistance have 1 number between them.
- The 3rd level of support and resistance have 2 numbers between them.
- The 4th level of support and resistance has 3 numbers between them.

And so on…

Here is a colored photo that shows different color in the numbers that lies between the Cardinal and Ordinal Crosses.

**The Rule of Polygons in Gann Wheels**

A Square of 9 also follows the rule of the Polygons!

- The 1st level of support and resistance have no numbers between them. It is the Apex Value 1 which is marked as white color here.
- The 2nd level of support and resistance have 1 number between them. These numbers are marked here as green.
- The 3rd level of support and resistance have 2 numbers between them. These numbers are marked here as red.
- The 4th level of support and resistance has 3 numbers between them. These numbers are marked here as yellow.

**Square of 4 and Permanent Square and the Circles do not follow this rule. They are not Gann Wheels. Neither do they follow any other properties. They also cannot be Gann Pyramids.**

Those shapes and interpretations came from other traders who studied Gann further and made their own modified patterns with rules.

**All Polygonal Gann Wheels are modeled after Pyramids. Pyramids have apex i.e., Pyramids are pointy!**

The Gann Square of 4 generates Pyramid with its top cut off like a flat surface. It is not significant enough.

Also, Circle shaped Gann Wheels do not have much significance as the Support and Resistance lies on each alternative number!