||3 June 1970 Conjunction
experiment followed a conjunction between the Moon and Saturn, which happened at 1.32 am
on June 3rd, 1970. These old pictures show filterpaper-pictures leading up to the event.
Four pictures at
half-hourly intervals: 00.08, 00.40, 1.06 & 1.32 hours. A red brown colour appeared
during the event. 1.5 ml of 1% solutions of ferrous sulphate, lead nitrate and silver
nitrate were used.
21 June 1974 Conjunction
This experiment followed a conjunction between the Moon and Saturn at 5 am of 21st
June, 1974, using the same experimental procedure as before.
Graph from Graph from
Astrochemistry by NK, 1984.
9 August 1976 Conjunction
This experiment looked at an opposition between Saturn and the Moon, at 7.16 am of
August 9th, 1976, and was performed by Zach Matthews, astrologer and retired civil
engineer, in Worplesdon, Surrey.
Top: 07.17 (conjunction), 06.15, ?
Bottom: 09.15, 08.45
Graph from A Metal Planet
Relationship -- A Study of Celestial Influence by Nick Kollerstrom, Borderland
Sciences Research Foundation, 1973, Page 40.
Images and text by Nick Kollerstrom. firstname.lastname@example.org