The fact that the statistically significant aspects aren't impressive in number or strength is probably caused by the fact that my definition of a male murderer is very broad. I assume that more and statistically stronger aspects will appear, the moment
I limit myself to a specific kind of murderer profile - but for now I am mostly interested in finding the astrological influences, which make men cross that thin and invisible line, where they kill other human beings - often without having any kind of bad
conscience or moral qualms about doing it.
I define a male murderer as a male person, who has killed somebody else without being in war and ordered to kill by his superiors. I even include a few men, who have killed in self defence. The selected category
includes sexual predators, psychotics, drug addicts, thieves and robbers, who happened to kill someone as part of their enrichment crimes, ideologically motivated killers, hitmen paid by the mafia, islamic terrorists, military officers, who comitted war crimes,
etc. I exclude politicians, who have been found guilty in war crimes, if these politicians don’t have blood on their hands themselves. I also exclude leaders in organized crime, who have paid hitmen to kill for them.
The following observations
can be made regarding the statistically significant aspects:
- Outside the usual astrology: So far the Sun only made one statistically significant aspects to one planet, namely Saturn.
- Centaurs: The 5 centaurs
I have checked out don't have any statistically significant aspects with the Sun.
- The extraordinary: The most interesting category seems to be the group of "resonant KOB's": Pluto, Orcus, Ixion, Haumea and Huya, while the Cubewanos
seem to be less interesting.
So, which celestial body or bodies are the most "active", when it comes to aspecting the Sun? Figure 4 can give you a clue. (I have excluded Mercury and Venus, since they only make a limited number of aspects with
the Sun.) The average Chi Square output has been calculated for each celestial bodies - this means that even the Chi Square outputs, which were not statistically significant, are included.
The result so far is very interesting:
- The most active
celestial bodies are Saturn, Orcus, Haumea, Manwë, Eris, Lilith, Pholus and Juno.
- The least active celestial bodies are Jupiter, Makemake, Quaoar, Chiron and Vesta - even though Vesta does have one statistically
significant aspect type.