The redshift pattern in M82 is shown to be consistent with the multiple-redshift concept, as are redshift differentials in other active objects. The presence of multiple-redshift states and the general lack, therefore, of violent motion appear consistent with all types of galaxies. Evidence is examined for effects of multiple-redshift effects in stars within our own Galaxy. Four possibilities are considered: interstellar material, pre-main-sequence objects, rotation in massive stars, and highly evolved or peculiar stars. All classes show evidence of the predicted redshift periodicity. Stellar rotation, in particular, is shown to occur preferentially in steps of 72.5 km/s. Implications of the correlations are briefly discussed.