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Description Graphical depiction of the astrological Mars Effect 'plus zones'. Original publication by w:User:Chris Brennan, originally at The concept of a "Mars effect" is apparently inspired by
  • Michael Gauquelin, Neo-Astrology: A Copernican Revolution, The Penguin Group, London, England, 1991. ISBN 0140193189
but it isn't made clear whether this image is an exact copy of a figure from that book.
Date 1 April 2007
Source File:Marseffect.jpg
Author User Chris Brennan on English Wikipedia
( Reusing this file)

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