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Ficina
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Posted: Sat Oct 20, 2007 8:35 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi 3lees,
Interesting observations re Mercury and Jupiter. I'm going for a draw in the Everton v Liverpool derby game. Testimonies appear evenly balanced and Moon sextile Jupiter at 7 degs is probably too wide to count. Derbies are notoriously difficult to predict though.

I'm also going for a draw in Villa v Man Utd game at 5.15pm today. Nothing going on so looks rather boring. Man Utd are odds-on faves but I'm not going for the default option here because Villa will be difficult to beat at home.
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Posted: Sat Oct 20, 2007 9:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm going for a draw too in the Everton/Liverpool this afternon but I think(or am I wishing?) Man U will be able to manage to beat A Villa. Nothing going on as Ficina said, so the faves will will; the Moon is closer to Jupiter than the other matches.

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Re Saturn conj S Node, I think an odds-on fave will overcome this but an underdog will not. So Arsenal will but Middlesbro won't.

Good point. Thumbs up But with both J Terry and A Cloe missing, M'boro may have a good chance.
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Posted: Sat Oct 20, 2007 10:04 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ficina & Gem, I was thinking of a draw for the Everton vs Liverpool game, until I found out that Spica and Arcturus conjunt MC.

Does anyone know if the fortunate stars on MC have any effects?

Ficina wrote:
First thing to bear in mind is that Arsenal and Chelsea are both odds-on faves, so we presume they will win unless there are strong testimonies to the contrary.


Thumbs up Agree. That's close to the Handicapping idea. Very Happy
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Posted: Sat Oct 20, 2007 1:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Everton 1 Liverpool 2

What a crazy match. One own goal and two penalties, two players sent off with Everton playing with 10 men for most of 2nd half. Deciding goal scored in 2nd min of stoppage time.

Hey guys, Bolton are playing in black Shocked
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Posted: Sat Oct 20, 2007 3:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ficina wrote:
I'm also going for a draw in Villa v Man Utd game at 5.15pm today. Nothing going on so looks rather boring. Man Utd are odds-on faves but I'm not going for the default option here because Villa will be difficult to beat at home.


Villa (Purple/Red) vs Man Utd (Black).

Who gets Asc (Aries)??
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Posted: Sat Oct 20, 2007 3:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

So far today the faves have all won, apart from Fulham who drew.

Further info re colours: Portsmouth in black, Derby in yellow.
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Posted: Sat Oct 20, 2007 5:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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AD are for Sa=12 for Moon =13

Arsenal 2=Bolton 0
It seams that althought AD was "equal" that Moon's aspect preval for Arsenal and because Ju was in double sign it was 2 goals?!
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Posted: Sun Oct 21, 2007 3:34 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

HI,

1) Blackburn V Reading
Blackburn: Blue-white
Reading: Gray/Black
Asc: Reading

Dec wins

2) Manchester City V Birmingham
Manchester City: light Blue
Birmingham: Blue(darker)

Birmingham Ascendant

DEC wins

3) Middlesbrough V Chelsea
Middlesbrough: Red
Chelsea: Bright Green

Middlesbrough Asc

DEC wins

SO five out of three matches were correct according to colour method but
in Wigan V Portsmouth match
Wigan: Blue-white
Portsmouth:Black

Asc. Portsmouth
and Asc wins. (???)

Ficina congratulations. You were right Arsenal Won may be the Moon's aspect played its part.
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Posted: Sun Oct 21, 2007 6:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I have a different point of view for yesterday's 3pm game. I still think that the ASC Capricorn (Saturn) is stronger than the DSC Cancer (Moon).

1) Blackburn V Reading
Blackburn: Blue-white
Reading: Gray/Black
Asc should be Reading but the manager Steve Coppell is Cancer, so i give Reading DSC. Blackburn's Handicap is -1, meaning Blackburn is expected to win by at more than 1 goal. Final Score 4-2. Asc Win.

2) Manchester City V Birmingham
Manchester City: light Blue
Birmingham: Blue(darker)
Birmingham Ascendant is correct plus manager Steve Bruce is Capricorn.
Although Manchester City won 1-0 but they failed to clear the Handicap of -1. So in my opinion Asc team(Birmingham) won, because Man City did not win by more than 1 goal.

3) Middlesbrough V Chelsea
Middlesbrough: Red
Chelsea: is Asc. They actually wore the usual dark blue. So Chelsea is Asc and Asc win 2-0. (Chelsea's handicap was -1)

4) Wigan V Portsmouth match
Wigan: Blue-white
Portsmouth:Black

Straight forward. Portsmouth Asc, Portsmouth Win 2-0.

5)Arsenal v Bolton.
Arsenal: Red
Bolton: Black.
Bolton Asc. Same as Man City, although Arsenal won the game, they fail to clear Handicapp of -2. So Asc Win.

6) Fulham v Derby.
Derby Black, ASC.
Fulham has a handicapp of -1. But the game ends in a draw.. ASC win.

6 out of 6, Asc win.

Both Arsenal and Man City manage to break even their Handicapp so it shows that they will do well this season.
As for Fulham, I dont think they will be in the premiership next season.
My $02.
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Posted: Sun Oct 21, 2007 9:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I love these post mortems Very Happy Here's another alternative angle, following on from my observation about Saturn conj S Node and giving the Asc to the home teams.

Arsenal v Bolton
Blackburn v Reading
Man City v Birmingham

Home teams all odds-on faves were able to overcome Sat/SN and won. Arsenal had additional help from Moon sextile Jupiter (L10)

Middlesbro v Chelsea
Home team underdog unable to overcome Sat/SN. Chelsea won.

The above four were very clear cut. The next two are a bit more iffy, but hindsight is a wonderful thing Wink

Fulham v Derby
Although home team were odds-on fave, I question this because Fulham were 3rd from bottom, only 2 pts above Derby. Fulham were weak so unable to overcome Sat/SN. BUT this was counterbalanced by Moon sextile Jupiter. Result draw.

Wigan v Portsmouth
My list shows no clear fave, but I'd say Wigan were the weaker team so unable to overcome Sat/SN. Portsmouth won.

Post-match analyses can only be helpful if they give us pointers for the future. Obviously the Sat/SN was a one-off but was a significant factor on the day, as was the Moon/Jup aspect. So perhaps it is important to spot these kind of things and see how they affect particular games in different ways?

Note to leelee - it probably doesn't affect your analysis but Derby were playing in yellow.
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Posted: Sun Oct 21, 2007 9:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ficina, I think your analysis is very logical.

By the way, if Derby is in Yellow then they would be DSC, hence Fulham should have won. Confused
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Posted: Sun Oct 21, 2007 1:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hmm, Fulham and Derby... remember what we were saying about the "lower levels"? Thumbs down

Gem, well done with the Man Utd result - a great performance by them and not at all boring.

Anyone got any thoughts on the remaining two games - this afternoon and tomorrow evening? As I said a page or so ago, I'm going for Sunderland to win, and Spurs possibly to get a draw.
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Posted: Sun Oct 21, 2007 2:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yeah, thanks Ficina, excellent performance it was! (Man U)Very Happy Thumbs up

We thought Chelsea were going to wear that ghastly yellowish shirt but as they wore the usual blue, they got the AC, I think.

I thought Portsmouth were clear faves, considering the way they've been playing...

I thought Fulham would win too.

Re this afternoon's match, the Moon is very prominent on the AC but unfortunately it's on the wrong side even if they kick off 4pm sharp but I've seen such a placement working in favour of the AC team and I don't see clear testimonies for Sunderland... except the Part of Spirit is exactly conjunct their sig and it's applying, which is a good sign. The conclusion: I have no idea.

As for the NC/Spurs match, it's Mercury-Jupiter again. We astrologers tend to get fooled by the good-looking Jupiter in domicile but it seems Rx motion isn't that big deal, as far as, I think, the planet's speed is normal though slow or stationary planets don't function well.
So why do you think it'll be a draw?
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Posted: Sun Oct 21, 2007 2:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi Gem,

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I don't see clear testimonies for Sunderland


Moon trine Sun and conj antiscion Mercury? Might not be enough, but we'll see.

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As for the NC/Spurs....why do you think it'll be a draw?


Moon sextile antiscion Jupiter. It may be too weak a testimony for the underdogs, but Newcastle are only marginal faves.
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Posted: Sun Oct 21, 2007 6:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Might not be enough


It wasn't Sad West Ham 3 Sunderland 1
Sunderland dominated the 2nd half - very unlucky. So the faves have won eight out of the nine weekend games. How monotonous.
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