One then could carry out a Pearson product moment correlation of such a sample to get an actual correlation coefficient, r. One could also do a regression analysis with variations in star patterns over time--and test the regression for significance.
I believe you lost me there, Ray. I have heard of past life regression but I don't think that is what you mean. By the way, although constellation patterns do change over time, the shift in say a thousands years is minimal.
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