Below we present our preliminary statistical research results based on 30 natal charts of men married more than 3 times in their lives (as of February 2022).
If you want to read about our preliminary research results in the natal horoscopes of women married more than three times, click here.
The dataset is based on the AstroDatabank to make sure we have reliable birth data (Rodden rating AA).
Only few data really stand out and some where found over and again after comparing them with different control groups; suggesting these results might be(come) important.
We at Cosmic Technologies are continuously doing research and updating our datasets so that the results below may/will change as soon as more results will be available in the future -- based on a yet larger group of men.
As usual, one configuration is not enough to predict multiple marriages as you can't predict the cover of a puzzle by taking just one piece of it in isolation.
It's a chain of astrological configurations that shows the pattern.
Our preliminary findings, so far:
Jupiter in the 5th house (Topocentric houses) (chi square 19.2)
Whatever the control group, this position of Jupiter always came out in significant ways.
the ruler of the Ascendant between 11°-12° in cardinal signs (Aries, Cancer, Libra or Capricorn) (chi square 31.7).
This degree area seems to be important as it's the most occupied degree, even by other personal points (but not statistically significant).
We at Cosmic Technologies have found degree areas to be way more important than believed in the astrological community.
the ruler of the 9th house in the 9th house (chi square 12.0)
the Sun and the Moon in the same house (chi square 8.0)
a New Moon birth (chi square 13.7) (1/3rd of all the natal horoscopes were a New Moon birth!)
the ruler of the 10th house in the 5th house (chi square 9.8)
the ruler of the 9th house opposite the ruler of the Ascendant (orb 6°) (chi square 9.3)
the modern dispositor of Venus in the 11th house (chi square 12.0)
the modern dispositor of the Moon in the 8th house (chi square 12.0)
the modern dispositor of the Moon in Aquarius (chi square 32.3)
the Moon square Mercury (orb 10°) (chi square 12.5)
in the 45° dial or list, the following midpoints were significant: * MO/NE = VE (chi square 12.0) * VE/SA = MA (chi square 25.0) * SO/MA = UR (chi square 22.1)
the ruler of the 7th house square Neptune (orb 6°) (chi square 22.1)
the Sun trine Uranus (orb 1°) (chi square 16.0)
the Sun is first rising before the Moon (chi square 21.4)
the asteroid Astraea in the 1st Quadrant (houses 1, 2 or 3) (chi square 8.3)
Half of the dataset had this astrological configuration, suggesting it might be important!
Actually, this asteroid is told to be about an inability to let things go, staying till the end (staying for too long and the inability to understand when things are "over"), and "the never-ending-story."
the ruler of the 9th house in the 1st Quadrant (houses 1, 2 or 3) (chi square 6.3)