Does Your Surname Affect You

The researchers found that individuals were faster or slower to respond depending on where their last names fell in the alphabet. Those with surnames that started with letters at the beginning of the alphabet were slower, while those whose surnames started with letters later in the alphabet were faster.

It found that the first letter of our last names determines how quickly we act on consumer opportunities as grownups.

“The tendency to act quickly to acquire items such as those above is related to the first letter of one’s childhood surname,” said Kurt A. Carlson of Georgetown University and Jacqueline M. Conard of Belmont University.

Researcher said “The idea holds that children develop time-dependent responses based on the treatment they receive,”

If child want to be first in line or the last name effect the activities of child hood or the alphabetical order create a sense in childhood life then they have to make it happen themselves.

The researchers noted that children who have last names starting with the letters R-Z often found themselves at the back of the line, or in the last row of the classroom. As adults, these people would be more likely to “act on opportunities to make up for the inequality,” they said.

But is it inequality, or just impatience? Carlson and Conrad carried out four experiments to test their hypothesis and found a person named Anderson would wait 25 percent more time than a person named Zimmer to buy a hot-ticket item.

Some other experiments which they carried prompted them to cement their views on this theory. But is this true? Is this experiment based on factuality? The answer would be that the survey and the results what they have deduced is totally false and is based merely on a sample which cannot be termed as a representative of the masses.

You may find a number of people among you with their surnames staring with the initials letters of the alphabet and having the tendencies of impatient people. Or vice versa the people with the Surnames starting with latter letters of the alphabets may not be a quick responder to things.There are many known personalities who love to shop & they are faster but there surname started with letters at the beginning of the alphabet.

The so called researchers failed to address the impact of the middle names which most people carry and the last nail which nulls their report is the non explanation of “In a one family at least four members are living together and there surname are same but there buying nature are different from each other”.

Then on what things these reactions are dependent?

 Astrology proves that there is no impact of Surnames but only impact which writes down the traits of any individual is the placement of stars during the time of his birth.

The biggest proof of the fact that numbers (DOB) govern our lives is that two children born to the same set of parents and having the same upbringing, but with different dates of birth have vastly different characters, which are shaped according to the date on which that individual was born.

“Individual effect by the planetary position not by the Last Name”

Someone’s personality could be imprinted at birth according to the position of Sun, Moon and position of planets. The planets in the solar system impart significant impact on human lives. Stars, planets, sun and moon influence a person’s life. The solar System consists of the Sun and other planets, which revolve around it. In total there are nine planets, which are generally considered for astronomical purposes. Vedic astrology considers moon as the governor of mind and thus the inner being itself ‘Chadrama Manaso Jaatah’. This consideration gave rise to the practice of naming a child with corresponding Rashi or Moon sign.

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Jyotishacharya Vinay Sheel Saxena is a prominent Indian astrologer and Vastu expert. He has been practicing Indian astrology methodologies and techniques more than 20 years and provides best astrological services as kundli in Hindi, vastu tips, horoscope, business and education readings.

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