by Kenneth Gillman
Correlation, Vol. 29(2), July 2014, pp 15-25
Observations of the birth data of British royalty lead to the suggestion that children tend to be born when the same celestial body occupies the corresponding position in the rising sequence that it held at the birth of one or both of their parents. Testing this hypothesis on the birth data of Parisian families collected by Michel Gauquelin provides statistically significant results.
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