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COJ Biomedical Science & Research

The “Fault” is not in us but in our Stars

Seun Ayoade*

Independent Researcher, Alumnus, College of Medicine University of Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria

*Corresponding author:Seun Ayoade, Independent Researcher, Alumnus, College of Medicine University of Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria

Submission: December 23, 2022; Published: January 05, 2023

DOI: 10.31031/COJBSR.2023.02.000535

Volume2 Issue2
January , 2023


Critics and criticism of astrology abounds. One of these criticisms is explained if the microzyman theory of the influence of the stars/planets on human behavior is considered [1]. The criticism is that life starts at conception not birth and so astrology should be based on the position of the stars the day our parents conceived us. In other words they say all astrological evaluations are nine months late [2]. At conception a zygote is a mishmash of cellular dustcellular dust of the mother and father. And while in the womb the baby is surrounded by and influenced by the mother’s microzymas. It is only when the child is born and the umbilical cord cut that the child is free from the direct action of its parent’s cellular dust. This is why astrology is based on the position of the stars at BIRTH and NOT conception. Identical twins born an hour apart from each other will have different astrological situations. Identical twins born minutes apart from each other at differently located hospitals will have different astrological situations too. The stars are in perpetual motion. EXACT TIME and EXACT LOCATION is the key and cornerstone of astrology.

My theory is that microzymas/cellular dust in outer space, under stellar/planetary motion and resultant influence/interactions affect and stimulate the microzymas in the human brain and the release of hormones and neurotransmitters. This influences human thought patterns, mood and decision making.

Mainstream scientists coined the term “the influence of seasonal birth on humans” [3]. to explain, among other things, the glaring fact that babies born in the months of April, May and June grow up to have an unusually high rate of suicide. Using the astrological principle of EXACT TIME [date, day, minute, hour and year] and EXACT LOCATION of birth [street, city, country] I will theorize about people born during the “suicide months” who faced similar misfortune but reacted differently. In other words-some committed suicide and others did not. The reason why, I propose, are the differences in the exact time, date and place of birth during the “suicide months”.

Let us consider the suicide of Adolf Hitler. Then let us consider the fight to the death of Saddam Hussein’s sons Qusay and Uday.

Both Adolf Hitler and his personal pilot and friend Hans Baur wore born during the “suicide months” [April to June]. Adolf Hitler committed suicide when shelling reached a few kilometers from his bunker. Hans Baur left the bunker and surrendered/was captured by the Soviets [4]. He endured years of torture and imprisonment in Soviet captivity but never committed suicide. Why? TIME and LOCATION of birth. Hitler was born in Austria in 1889. Baur was born in Ampfing, Germany in 1897. Saddam Hussein and his sons were born during the “suicide months”. His sons Qusay and Uday fought to the death. Saddam allowed himself to be taken alive. Why? TIME and LOCATION of birth. Saddam was born in 1937 in Al Awja. Uday and Qusay were born in Bagdad in 1964 and 1966 respectively [5].

In closing I wish to stress that astrology theorizes that the stars influence our behavior. They do not determine our behavior. A man is still the master of his actions. So, no one should even think of utilizing astrology as a defense or excuse for criminal behaviors in a court of law or the court of public opinion.


  1. Seun A (2022) If astrology works, I think I know how it does! Int J Complement Intern Med 1(1): 21-22.
  2. (1990) Is Astrology Scientific? In Mankind’s Search for God, Watchtower Bible and Tract Society, Pennsylvania, USA.
  3. Salib E, Cortina Borja M (2006) Effect of month of birth on the risk of suicide. The British Journal of Psychiatry 188(5): 416-422.
  4. Seun A (2018) Could microzymas be the elusive dark matter? Could microzymas be the force behind dark energy? Peer Re J Foren & Gen Sci 1(5).
  5. Seun A (2021) Faint background radiation, Anti matter and the cellular dust hypothesis. Biomed J Sci & Tech Res 38(3): 30392-30393.

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