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The moon and rainfall: a report of research carried out by D.A. Bradley, M.A. Woodbury and Glenn W. Brier

The full version of an article by Garth Allen published in American Astrology, July, 1968 discusses and presents the findings of these researchers. In this summary of the article, detailes are presented of research showing a remarkable correlation betwee

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New thoughts on sunspots

This is a critical comment on the work of Professor Edward Dewey (see “The 9.22 year cycle on grasshopper abundance, Correlation old edition 5 Autumn 1969) on sunspot influence where Dewey concluded from a study involving the analysis of economic and soci

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Cerebral Palsy: Summary of some preliminary findings of a pilot study

The findings presented are taken from an intensive study of 10 cases of severe cerebral palsy that is, at prsent, in progress. These findings are published at this stage in order to further direct researchers attention to the extreme importance of consid

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Autistic study: a query

Data of 7 charts is presented and thoughts on the phenomenon that the Moon/Saturn midpoint appears in 6, are invited.

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Notes on the language of Astrology

Point by point discussion of various terms in astrology. What do they mean in terms of “scientific astrology”? Clarity of definition may help in developing better research strategies.

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Grains of silver and gold

Two sets of data are analysed for the presence of solar-planet interactions and their relation to the presence of Gauquelin Effects. A statistically significant solar correlation with Jupiter is also demonstrated when the planet is also in a Gauquelin plu

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Stonehenge : published by Wooden Books Ltd., ISBN 1 902418 25 5 (Book Review)

Archaeoastronomy is a complex discipline. Even though its origins date back to William Stukeley’s survey of Stonehenge in the 1720s, its modern history is essentially thirty-five years old, commencing principally with Gerald Hawkins’ Stonehenge Decoded (1

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Cosmic Loom The New Science of Astrology: Publishers:Urania Trust, BCM Urania (Book Review)

The original Cosmic Loom emerged from Unwin Hyman in 1987, with an imposing hardback cover. It became an immediate classic or seminal text on astrology, although it was never a best selling astrology book. Why? Perhaps, as one reviewer in Consideration

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The Nature of the Planets

The planets, from an astrological point of view, are related to their visible characteristics and not to any scientific description. This is confirmed by Gauquelin’s failure to detect any correlations with the non-visible (outer) planets. The author exten

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Some unexpected solar patterns in the Gauquelin data: time for researchers and astrologers to look at early astrological writings

In two previous articles I have searched for ways of understanding the Gauquelin Effect in evolutionary terms with the aid of the new variable of birth order in families, (Douglas 2001a, 2004a,b). I now want to report on some hitherto unknown Solar patte

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