So I read this:

http://www.thelivingmoon.com/47john_lear/08PDF_Files/New_Concepts_in_Gravitation.pdfThe main point seems to be this (quoting John Lear's summary):

What Pari has done is to formulate the equation of the least squares line of regression of the mean orbital velocity of each planet around the sun versus the mean distance of that planet to the sun which she states as Fs = a.A, or 'the gravitation force of the sun is equal to the acceleration times the area' of each planet. And the gravitational force of the sun turns out to be **4.16449 ± 0.00032 x 10^20 m s^-2 m^2**.

Mass of the sun: 1.9855E+30 kg

Gravitational Constant (G): 6.67384E-11 m^3 kg^-1 s^-2

Mass of sun X G X pi=

**4.1629E+20 m s^-2 m^2**So her position (not explicitly stated in what I read) is that people are using her number but multiplying mass of the sun by an arbitrary constant in order to incorporate mass into the model.

How does she explain that the same constant can be multiplied by the earth's mass to explain the orbit of the moon?

Mass of the earth: 5.9736E+24 kg

Gravitational Constant (G): 6.67384E-11 m^3 kg^-1 s^-2

Mass of earth X G X pi=

**1.25245E+15 m s^-2 m^2**Her equation of F= pi*a*v^2 (used to get that 4.16 number for things orbiting the sun earlier) yields

**1.261345E+15**a=Semi-Major Axis of Moon =384399 km

v=average orbital velocity of moon=1.02 m/s

Does she address this issue at all?