According to British astrologer Nick Kollerstrom, multiple astrological aspects composed of both 360/5 (72 degrees) and 360/7 (51 degrees +) are often involved in eureka moments in scientific breakthroughs, discoveries, and significant “game-changing” events. For example on Feb 11th, 1963 at 10:00 AM the Beatles recorded 10 songs of their debut album Please Please Me, at EMI’s Abbey Road Studios in London. For example, Please Please Me hit the top of the UK album charts in May 1963 and remained there for thirty weeks! Also, it was voted 39th on Rolling Stone 2012 magazine’s list of the “500 Greatest Albums of All Time.”
Looking at the horoscope and using very tight planetary orbs we have 6 “Eureka Effect” aspects, not to mention the Uranus-Pluto conjunction. In A.I.R Fast Research Module I ran 53 horoscopes of some of the most significant “game-changing” scientific discoveries and inventions and compared these charts against 2703 Random Real Age Control horoscopes for test comparison, using a 2-degree Orb using all the Modern planet with a Normal Distribution Curb. I also included 360/2.5 (144 degrees) and 360/3.6 (100 degrees) aspects. The image below shows the preliminary results indicating that 51 degree + aspects are statistically significant with 144 less so. However, 72 and 100-degree aspects had almost no statistical relevance.