I have done studies and extensive research on a group of 213 “individuals” who agreed to be monitored for 360 days.

The study was conducted on a group of people of different types and social conditions that wrote daily in their journals about the influence and the accuracy of the most followed and trusted horoscopes and I personally interviewed them on the achieved results.


The results were the following:


  • 67.2% of subjects reported absolute no correspondence between the daily horoscope prediction and the actual events in the entire time frame;
  • 17.6% of subjects noted a possible but not certain correspondence, because of the fact that predictions were so vague, they can be subject to various interpretations. This sample has asserted that in certain circumstances had the “sensation” of a prediction that somehow could have been considered appropriate even if they could not say for sure. Such not demonstrated and not continuous appropriateness can always have a double interpretation;
  • 5.3% instead found an approximate match although not continuous and smooth;
  • The remaining 9.9% of the subjects, who had endorsed the daily horoscope prediction with the actual happenings, after having been repeatedly interviewed by me with the support of a professional psychologist, have admitted that they have been conditioned by a validation effect subjective better known as the Forer effect, meaning the observation that every person, placed to deal with a psychological profile which is believed he reportedly tends to identify with that particular profile without understanding that the profile in reality is too vague and is adaptable to a multitude of people.


In the same time frame was carried out a “randomized” study on a small group of 33 individuals who have agreed to directly consult astrologers and fortune tellers. The result was:


  • for 79.9% absolutely no correspondence;
  • for the remaining 20.1% approximate match but not certain nor definable in an absolute manner.


At the end of this first phase of experimentation, I have conducted, on the same series of individuals, therefore more skeptical and better prepared than in the first test, a second test, introducing my own “sensory system” based on cards and numbers, excluding any possible interference of external characters as astrologers or fortune tellers but relying on “free will” and their own, innate, “impulse of the subconscious.”


The study with “sensory system” conducted in other 360 days on the same sample of 213 individuals, had the following results:

  • 37.9% of subjects reported no absolute correspondence of the daily horoscope prediction to actual events in the entire time period;
  • 12.7% of subjects noted a possible but not certain correspondence
  • 9.5% reported an approximate match although not continuous and smooth;
  • the remaining 39.9% of the subjects stated that they were satisfied and felt that the “sensory system” is actually reliable and worthy.