I have found that the planetary hours of Venus and Jupiter favor the team that rules them. I use Asc ruler for home team and 7th ruler for opposing team. What I find that really works is the sign Gemini or Libra on the 4th(visitor's 10th), or on the home team's 10th, or on the 11th(visitor's 5th) will show a tie game until either of those 2 signs move out of these houses. For example, many overtime or shootout games happen when either Libra or Gemini are on the Houses mentioned.
I do not use a static chart, I divide a game into 4 charts: 7pm, 7:50pm, 8:40pm and end of game at 9:30pm.
Moon square or opposition the home team's ruler indicates they will lose, Moon sextile or trine the home team's planet ruler, ie ruler of 1st shows the home team to be victorious. Same with visitors 7th ruler trine or sextile the Moon. Whoever owns Venus or Jupiter is the main determiner.
The only time planetary hours that work is when Venus or Jupiter are either rulers of the home team or the visiting team. I only use 7 planetary rulers and don't use Uranus, Neptune or Pluto as they don't help much. Venus and Jupiter are benefics and if either team owns both of them, it ensure victory for sure.
I have been experimenting with astrodynes, i.e. strength of aspects to the MH for either team and this is proving promising.
Look at the game charts below, I have shown the last 2 of 4 charts, the 8:32pm chart and the 9:26pm chart. Game ended at 9:43pm. In the first chart Venus rules the 7th(visitor's 1st) and is moving to conj visitor's Asc. The visitors scored 2 more runs during this time for a 5-3 lead. Now look at the second chart and you will see that Jupiter, ruler of 11th(visitor's 5th of games) is conj the 4th cusp(visitor's 10th or MH). So the visitors owned both benefics and won the game 5-3. I seldom use color matching unless it's very obvious, don't have to, my system works well without color matching.
I also employ exalted planets like Moon in Taurus, Venus in Pisces, Mars in Capricorn, Jupiter in Cancer, Saturn in Libra. Detrimented planets hurt.
Greetings Friends when casting a chart for event and let's say that L1 is Saturn and L7 is moon what do you normally do since Frawley in His book sports astrology say that you should keep the moon as the flow of events and use the dispositor of the moon as L7.In this particular chart the dispostor of the moon was also Saturn ,therefore if I use L7 as Saturn I will have ambiguity in that chart.any knowledge people...
As requested, I will post my response here about the following question.
What are the conditions to predict the goals(score) of a football match?
From some evidence it seems to be:
- The sign and house placement of the Moon. - The aspects of the Moon. - The lord of the hour. - The ASC/DSC and it's rulers. - The POF aspecting the Moon, Lord of the hour and Angles (AC/MC/DC/IC).
I don't think you can say for sure their will be X number of goals; it is more there will be 0-1 goals or 1-3 goals in a match.
The best thing to do is split the match into 2 halves; and check these properties from the start of play.
If the match has been played already; make a note of how many goals there were in each half.
In the recent Benin vs Algeria match:
- One goal in the first half. - No goals in the second half.
In the first half; Benin was Saturn in Capricorn in 12th/11th; and Algeria was Sun in Libra in 8th. In the second half; Benin was Jupiter in Scorpio in 8th and Algeria was Mercury in Scorpio in 8th.
As you may detect; being in the 8th house if the planet is not Mars or in a strong sign is a weak for a planet. Also being in the same house with another ruler typically brings several goals or the teams cancel each other out.
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