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SEASONAL VARIATION
of the Births of All Persons
(11,439 total) listed in the

Encyclopaedia Britannica,
Micropaedia, 1974 edition


We have in the interim farmed this material out
to our blog on Astrology and Birth but retain the original pages at LexiLine for those who use them.


The statistical analysis was conducted by the late Drs. P.P.A.M. Kop,
a behavioral scientist at the University of Amsterdam.

Kop's letter -- below -- contains
the mathematical STATISTICAL analysis
of the distribution of famous persons
by field of eminence AND Birth Date
(Month of Birth viz. Astrological Sign)
as listed in the Encyclopaedia Britannica,
Micropaedia, 1974 edition
(a total of 11,439 persons with known birth dates).
_______

Dear Andis,

I have done the basic work of almost 650 Chi-square-tests
besides other calculations.
Well, the results seem to be amazing!

(The Chi-square-test calculates the expected frequencies if the professions were taken by chance, considering the total number of people born in each month (or sign) and the total number of people with a particular profession, as well as the total number of people in the sample.)

The total Chi-square-value for month of birth and profession is 368.952
which is significant at a p-level of 0.05!
Thus, the frequencies deviate significantly from chance
and there must be something special about the frequencies
distributed over the months according to profession.

For Data 2 astrological sign and profession the total Chi-square-value is 370.3659
which is significant at a p-level of 0.05!

Thus, a similar story holds for the astrological signs. But this does not mean yet that the signs are causal factors. The signs-division is also a particular period of the year, just as the division in months. Actually, the division in monthly periods is as much as arbitrary as the division in astrological signs.

Significant Results deviating from chance
have been found for
[the MONTHLY distributions in]:


Politics
monthly distribution (P less than 0.05) excess for October (P less than 0.01)

Business Entrepreneurs
monthly distribution (P less than 0.01) deficit June and excess July (P less than 0.02)

Biologists
monthly distribution (P less than 0.01) deficit January and July (P less than 0.05)
excess in February (P less than 0.05)

Geographic Explorers
monthly distribution (P less than 0.02) deficit December (P less than 0.02)
excess June (P less than 0.02)

Performing Arts
monthly distribution (P less than 0.02) excess April (P less than 0.01)

Linguistics
monthly distribution (P less than 0.05) excess for December (P less than 0.05)

Significant results deviating from chance
have been found for the data
[as distributed by SIGNS]:

Religion
distribution by astrological signs (P less than 0.02) deficit for Aries and Sagittarius
(P less than 0.05) excess for Libra and Capricorn (P less than 0.05)

Military Leaders
distribution by astrological signs (P less than 0.02)
with an excess for the sign Libra (P less than 0.001 !)

Business Entrepreneurs
distribution by astrological signs (P less than 0.05)
deficit for Gemini (P less than 0.05) excess for Cancer (P less than 0.02)

Physics
distribution by astrological signs (P less than 0.05)
excess for Cancer (P less than 0.05) deficit for Capricorn (P less than 0.01)

Archaeology
distribution by astrological signs (P less than 0.05) excess for Capricorn (P less than 0.001 !)

Linguistics
distribution by astrological signs (P less than 0.05) excess for Sagittarius (P less than 0.02)

Geographic Explorers
distribution by astrological signs (P less than 0.05)
excess for Leo (P less than 0.05) deficit for Sagittarius (P less than 0.02)

Performing Arts
distribution by astrological signs (P less than 0.01) excess for Aries (P less than 0.05)
deficit for Virgo (P less than 0.02) deficit for Scorpio (P less than 0.05)

Significant results are also possible
for
LAW and MUSICAL COMPOSERS.

(signed) - Drs. Kop - end of letter
__________

Accordingly,
there may be something unusual about the distribution
of professions among eminent people
according to date of birth
within the year.

The CAUSE, of course,
may not be directly in the STARS or PLANETS
- which are simply ancient calendric signposts -
but we may find clues in annual variations
of climate, light, temperature and/or geomagnetic activity.
On the other hand,
geomagnetic activity is a function
of the solar eruptions of the sun
- and these may be related
to the position of the planets in orbit.
Maybe there is something -- indirectly --
serious in this subject after all.

For further interesting analysis of the birth data
in terms of
seasonal distribution, annual light,
temperature and depression,
geomagnetic activity, etc

click
Annual Fluctuations.
or go to Data





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