I have a question about what one might call "scientific astrology."
"Astrology" as a predictive indicator, let's assume for discussion, has been discredited.
"Astrology" as a coincident indicator, perhaps, let's not be too hasty.
Imagine first an agrarian society barely above subsistence level. In the spring, everyone is out in the fields, including newborn infants in their equivalent of strollers or baby seats. In the winter, everyone is indoors all day.
Recent psychological evidence seems to indicate that the development of people's personalities might be heavily influenced by their early childhood environment.
So wouldn't the conjunction of these two observations provide a grounds upon which some form of astrology - not as causative, but as correlative - might actually have empirical evidence to support it?