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The Dayology Database

What is this mysterious body of knowledge?

Every so often the Dayology Database is mentioned on this blog as the source of a particular piece information or the basis of certain conclusions. So we think it is perfectly natural to present this tool we have developed.

The Dayology Database is a collection of facts pertaining to famous and remarkable individuals. It includes the very expected classifications of NAME, DATE OF BIRTH, LOCATION and SEXUAL ORIENTATION. We’ve added other two columns, FIELD and ROLE, which help us to understand how these individuals fit into the OUTER world. And finally we spend a lot of time studying the Dayology classification of SIGNATURE, which includes the SUN SIGN and DAY RAY each individual within this database.

At this time FileMaker is the software handling our research. It is currently doing a a great job organizing the ninety-four thousand subjects of our Maser File which goes by the name The Workhorse. No doubt the size of the database will be doubled or tripled before it is all over. And to speed up our daily searches the files of professional athletes were transferred into a separate folder. Eventually they may be added back.


Every statement about thid personality classification has come from the study of the Dayology Database listings. Any theories that we have published rest upon connections we have discovered there. There are many practical and metaphysical possibilities being considered but not yet been proven. Still we believe that if INNER/OUTER spirituality is to be tracked in people’s lives, this is the system to do the job.

This collection of facts is over 15 years old. It was begun to check out the occurrence of individuals in various occupations based upon their Day Rays and Sun Signs. This pursuit has moved on. It is clear now that a lack of opportunity for much of humanity is limiting its ability to fully actualize it potential. It was discovered that our individual spiritual natures are always reachable and more easily sensed than had been presumed.