Yes, to a point. We can see scientifically that the placement of the moon in the sky affects the earth (ex: the tides). So I don't see why it's so hard to assume that the placement of the stars and planets would do the same. Now, for me it's an easy step further to see how it's easy to see how these placements could affect a developing brain of a newborn in a certain way as well. Which is why a Taurus for example could have a similar personality to other Tauruses, since their brains would all have been affected in a similar manner upon birth... And just like we can predict how a beach will be affected by a certain movements of the moon, we can also predict how people with similar brain chemistry can be affected by the movements of celestial bodies - which is the basis of horoscopes... However, do I think it's more than that? No.
at 9:17 PM on Jan. 30, 2011