These pages deal with the statistical experiences done to test astrology, from 1955 to current days.
This topic is highly controversial : Michel and Françoise Gauquelin claimed to have identified statistical anomalies in the repartition of some planets in different professional groups. Skeptic groups made counter-experiences and concluded to an absence of effect. This polemic is known as the "Mars effect" and has lasted several decades.
In the 1980s, Suibert Ertel analyzed all the previous works and found that the strenght of the statistical is related to the celebrity of the persons. He also concluded that the skeptics cheated, manipulated data to reject the tests.