This is a fascinating study for it’s huge sample size.
Whether or not you have a spiritual connection with astrology or you follow along for the fun of it, one thing is clear, astrology has been around so long that historians don’t know the true origins of the signs. That tells us that astrology has endured longer than many religions. And here were are today. Most people know at least their sun sign.
Most likely humans looked to heavens and linked patterns there with what they observed her on earth. Libra, for example, may have earned the symbol of the scales because when the sun is in Libra, the days and the nights are balanced in length.
But whether or not you believe that people can predict the future based on where the stars and planets are, it is true that the environment for many areas on earth changes with the seasons. Equally true that for many of us, our perceptions of those seasons are different at the start than they are at the end.
For example, how many of us in the Northern hemisphere, find the approach of winter far colder than the retreat of it? Our bodies have not adapted to the temperature. June where I am is in bloom, lush and green. Next month the grass will start to turn brown and dry up. People will complain about the heat.
Obviously these conditions will affect us in different ways. But how much does it affect us the first year of our life? Does a three month old baby respond to the heat the same way as a nine month old? Do these things influence how we see the world or influence what we focus on during that critical time? In areas that have cold and snowy winters know how keyed up people get in March waiting for the winter to finally finish. Could all these yearly events potentially affect more than our health but our personalities, too?
It is certainly something to think about.
Now check out the article -if you are in a higher risk month, well now you know and can take steps to change things – assuming you live near New York possibly! Check it out: Study of 1.75 million patients links health, birth month | Toronto Star