The Super Bowl has started, folks, which means it’s time to predict who will win using the methods of sports astrology! These event charts are great practice and they are fun. So, let’s get started!
The first rule for sports events charts is not to treat them as you would a sports contest horary. The rules are different. With event charts, it’s mostly about where the significators fall and what’s going on with the Moon.
Tonight’s NCAA Men’s Basketball Final will tip off in less than an hour! Tip-off is set for 6:20 p.m. MST in Glendale, AZ. (That’s 8:20 p.m. where I live.) The University of North Carolina Tar Heels are favored over the Gonzaga University Bulldogs in the battle for the 2017 NCAA championship trophy.
Well, that was an amazing game!! And I know exactly where I went wrong in my analysis. That applying trine of six degrees between the Moon as the flow of action and the Sun, signifying the Patriots? I thought that was too wide for an American football game. But not if the game goes into overtime! No Super Bowl game has ever gone into overtime until tonight. We can now say with confidence that this Moon trine Sun aspect signifies a win for the Pats. Congratulations, New England!
I've included the chart again for easy reference (Feb 5, 2017 at 5:37 pm in Houston, TX):
Greetings, Sports Astrology fans! Super Bowl 2017 has started. The New England Patriots are favored by Vegas over the Atlanta Falcons. The game formally kicked off at 5:37 pm CST in Houston, Texas. Here's the chart:
Hey, sports-astrology fans! I have an event chart to share with you! It’s the tip-off chart for Monday night’s NCAA Men’s Basketball title game between the North Carolina Tar Heels and the Villanova Wildcats. I usually post the chart for the NCAA final on my blog (links to previous posts below), but I was swamped this year and didn’t get to it. I have to kick myself, because had I posted the prediction, I could have celebrated getting it right!
I have underestimated Pluto before in sports events charts, and I did so again tonight--for the last time, I hope! I called the game for the Panthers (see my previous post), but the underdog Denver Broncos have pulled off a stunning upset. Here's the chart:
Get out your copy of The Pink Book, folks, because it's Super Bowl time! The game has just kicked off and we have set a sports event chart. It's the Carolina Panthers vs. the Denver Broncos, with the Panthers favored to win. Does the chart show them winning? Read on to find out!
That's got to be one of the most heartbreaking losses ever! The Seahawks were within a few yards of the goal with plenty of time to score and a few timeouts left. They went with a pass play instead of running the ball, and New England intercepted with 20 seconds to go. End of game!!!
What about this chart, then? The likeliest explanation is that the chart couldn't be relied upon with the odds so even. But if we assume that Seattle were favorites, then I think the explanation for their loss is antiscion Mars inside the fourth cusp, applying to oppose Uranus. That was the recipe for an upset--something to keep in mind for future games.
It’s the Super Bowl, sports fans, and kickoff just took place at 4:31 p.m. Mountain Standard Time!
Every year I predict a winner using an astrology chart cast for the event. In order for this to work, one team must be favored by the oddsmakers. Earlier today the press reported that Vegas was calling PK ('pick-em', meaning even odds), meaning no clear favorite, so no way to determine who gets the first and tenth houses. BUT! I’ve just checked my sources, and it appears that Seattle had a slim one-point lead just prior to game start. This may not be enough for a valid chart, but because I’m stubborn, I’m going with it. Here’s the chart:
Well, I got it wrong this time. Getting it wrong is okay as long as we learn something for next time. So let's take another look at this sports event chart now that the outcome is known.
Here's one mistake I made, and I think this might explain things. When the Moon plays two roles, we have to determine which role is more important. In a sports event chart Moon as the flow of action is more important than its role as Lord 10 or Lord 4. I forgot this point when making my prediction tonight.
So let's take the same testimony, Moon to antiscion Fortuna. As the flow of action, Moon moving to Fortuna is showing the win going to somebody: UConn. Who does Fortuna 'belong to' in this chart? Fortuna's dispositor is Saturn, Lord 4, UConn's prize.
This is my best explanation for now. I'll check the textbook when I get home and write an addendum if I find anything else.
Thanks for checking in, and good night folks!
Photo Credit: By Official White House Photo by Pete Souza - https://www.whitehouse.gov/blog/2014/06/09/ncaa-champion-uconn-huskies-visit-white-house, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=46873257
We have arrived at the NCAA Men’s Basketball championship game for 2014! The Kentucky Wildcats are favored over the UConn Huskies to win the title game that’s set to tip off at 8:10 p.m. CDT in Arlington, Texas. The time as I write this is just after 7 p.m., one hour to tip-off.
I’ve learned from past experience that tip-off does not always happen on schedule. So the first chart in the gallery below is tentative until the game actually starts.
Congratulations to the Seattle Seahawks on their big win over the Denver Broncos in tonight's Super Bowl game!
This is a great chart, as it turns out: A textbook example of a clear, major testimony that tells the whole story.
The time has come for another sports prediction! The game between the Denver Broncos (favored slightly) and the Seattle Seahawks is just about to start. I've set the chart for today's date, 6:30 p.m., in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Are you ready??
OMG, some drama already! First off, the ball went into play at 6:33 p.m. And guess what? The sign on the Ascendant has just changed from Leo to Virgo!!! This means Mercury, not the Sun, signifies the slightly favored Broncos. Jupiter signifies the Seahawks. And the Broncos made a bad mistake on their very first play!