Men Married "Late" in Life
-- Preliminary Astrological Research Results --

In this article we present our preliminary research results regarding men married "late" in life.

In our search for accurate birth information of men who married after the age of 45 for the first time, we were able to gather 20 accurate birth data to give it a go.

So, in this research we only looked at 20 natal charts of men who married after the age of 45 (forty-five) for the first time in their life (as of May 2017).

Twenty natal charts is not enough for any serious research but it's a good beginning anyway and interesting to find out if we can find anything that jumps out.

If you want to take a look at our research results found in female natal charts, click here.

We at Cosmic Technologies were eager to test some medieval aphorisms or rules first to find out if they are valid because many "modern" astrology books still refer to these ancient or medieval tips to assess the likelihood of a late marriage in the chart of a woman.

Medieval or ancient rules or aphorisms

The first medieval aphorism or rule we wanted to test reads as follows:

"The Moon in the western hemisphere (houses 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 or 9) in a male nativity indicates marrying late or marrying an older women".

This is a tricky aphorism to research because it contains two conditions only one of which we were able to research.

We do not have the ages of the partner at the time of marriage, so that you need to take our results with a grain of salt for now.

In our research we found the Moon to be evenly spread (10 - 10) suggesting this medieval aphorism misses the mark.

When looking at the other planets and bodies there were no standouts, except for... Saturn!

In 16 out of the 20 cases, Saturn was in the eastern hemisphere (chi square 3.6).

Though not too statistically significant, Saturn's position is absolutely remarkable the more so because it indicates age, time, delays.

Saturn is definitely part of some planetary picture found in the natal charts of men married late in life.

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By the way, statistics is not too good a tool to investigate astrology because it only involves single (astrological) conditions whereas we need to find a whole chain of different astrological conditions that build a signature representing late marriages.

One swallow does not make a summer; you can't read the cover of a puzzle by analyzing just one piece of it.

There can be numerous different signatures that represent the same event, trait or characteristic and we need to find all these chains by blending numerous astrological conditions and configurations together to find the ones that cannot be found in the control groups.

Unfortunately, there is yet NO astrological software in the world that is able to just combine and blend all these different conditions and compare them with control groups.

Perhaps we would need quantum computers to get all these calculations done and hundreds of programmers to write such software, but as long we don't have these tools, we will have to cope with hits and misses in our astrological research.

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A second medieval aphorism or rule reads as follows:

"The Moon in the 1st or 3rd Quadrant (houses 1, 2, 3, 7, 8 or 9) in the horoscope of a male nativity indicates marrying late or marrying an older woman."

This one too is a tricky aphorism to research because it contains two conditions only one of which we were able to research.

We do not have the ages of the partner at the time of marriage, so that you need to take our results with a grain of salt for now.

Our research results have shown 12 charts (out of 20) having the Moon in the 2nd and 4th Quadrant and only 8 in the 1st and 3rd Quadrant!

Though not (statistically) significant, it looks like our preliminary results oppose the medieval saying.

On the other hand, when looking at the position of the other planets and bodies in the Quadrants, only the position of the Sun was important: in 16 cases out of 20 the Sun was in either the 1st or 3rd Quadrant (8 in the 1st Quadrant and 8 in the 3rd Quadrant).

Something to take into account when researching the natal charts of men married late in life.

Our other findings

What else did we find?

In 16 cases out of the 20 natal charts, the Moon was in a cardinal house (houses 1, 4, 7 or 10) (chi square 6.1).

Though not too statistically significant, this astrological condition may be part of another chain of astrological conditions representing a late marriage in a male nativity.

Some statistically significant findings

Some other results (in order of importance):

  • the Moon and Ceres in opposing zodiac signs (chi square 115.2!)
  • the ruler of the 9th (Topocentric) house sextile the ruler of the 7th house (orb 6°) (chi square 52.9)
  • the Moon and Vesta in the same zodiac sign (chi square 52.9)
  • Mercury is opposite Juno (orb 30°) (chi square 52.9)
  • Neptune is opposite the Ascendant (chi square 48.6)
  • Chiron is opposite the MC (orb 30°; yes indeed 30°) (chi square 48.6)
  • the dispositor of Pluto is in a Ptolemaic aspect (conjunction, sextile, square, trine or opposition) with the Moon (orb 6°) (chi square 32.3)
  • Mercury squares Neptune (orb 30°) (chi square 32.3)
  • the Moon opposite Ceres (orb 10°) (chi square 32.3)
  • Neptune is in the 7th house (chi square 28.0)
  • the (modern) ruler of the 5th house in the 7th house (chi square 32.2)
  • the dispositor of Saturn is in the 12th house (chi square 22.1)
  • Chiron is in the 6th house (chi square 22.1)
  • the Moon is opposite or 150° apart from Saturn (orb 30°) (chi square 22.1)
  • Venus first rises before Neptune (chi square 22.1)
  • the ruler of the 12th (Topocentric) house conjunct the ruler of the 5th house (orb 6°) (chi square 22.1)
  • the ruler of the (Topocentric) 11th house is in a Ptolemaic aspect with the ruler of the 9th (Topocentric) house (orb 6°) (chi square 18.0)
  • ruler of the 8th (Topocentric) house sextile Uranus (orb 6°) (chi square 16.0)
  • the (modern) ruler of the 10th house is in the 3rd house (chi square 15.1)
  • Neptune is in a cardinal house (houses 1, 4, 7 or 10) (chi square 9.3)

The following midpoints (45° dial/list) were most prominent:

  • Vesta/MC = AS (chi square 115.2)
  • JU/Ceres = Vesta (chi square 32.3)
  • Juno/MC = mean North Node of the Moon (chi square 22.1)
  • JU/Vesta = MA (chi square 5.4)
  • SO/Ceres = JU (chi square 5.4)

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