Gender of Notables Related to Planetary Positions

Author: Ertel, Prof. Suitbert
Abstract: An analysis of Gauquelin’s professional data revealed significant gender effects: female professionals (actors, athletes, writers) outdo their male colleagues regarding birth frequencies in sensitive sectors for Mars ( p = .01) and, marginally, for the Moon (p = .09). The significance level for the two planets combined is p = .006. In addition, G-sector births of women were generally more frequent than those of men when summed across all five Gauquelin planets ( p = .01). Eleven issues pertinent to these results are discussed. It is concluded that any theory that might be suggested to explain Gauquelin’s planetary effect for professions will also have to account for planetary effects associated with gender.
Keywords: Gauquelin, Mars, Moon, G-sectors, professions, gender effects
Publication: Correlation: Astrological Association Journal of Research Into Astrology
Issue: Volume 14 Issue 1
Dated: 1995
Pages: Pages 8 – 14

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