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Posted: Wed Feb 08, 2012 5:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I think the closest previous match is the Liverpool v Tottenham one from the 6th. The angles are almost exactly the same. Tonight Mercury is separating from the Sun, still combust but perhaps not quite so debilitated.

Liverpool v Tottenham was a goalless draw. I'm wondering if we will see a draw again at full-time. As it's a cup replay, do they play extra time? If so, given the slightly improved condition of L1, I would go for Middlesbrough going through by winning in extra time.
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Posted: Wed Feb 08, 2012 10:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The final result, in extra time, was a 1-2 win for Sunderland. well done Andrew Thumbs up

At least I was right about it being a draw at the end of ordinary time Very Happy

These cup replays are rather odd in having two results! The draw at full time, and the result after extra time (or three results if it goes to penalties). I think I might keep clear of them in future Very Happy

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Posted: Wed Feb 08, 2012 10:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

GB, you picked the full-time draw! Thumbs up Although I am not sure why you went for Middlesbrough. Mercury was still in a predicament. I think we should be checking whether the Lord of the 10th or the Lord of the planetary Hour combust proves a draw after full time.

Middlesbrough seem to be terrific at creating draws.
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Posted: Thu Feb 09, 2012 5:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

On an important side-note, you might be aware of the England Manager farrago..with Capello resigning over the role of John Terry continuing as Capt after 'alledged' racist remarks and the sudden emergence of Harry Redknapp as possible successor a few hours after escaping a remarkable tax evasion charge.




Needless to say..the recent Full Moon fell across London's 5th/11th axis of sport.

Sabian degree - Sun/ME 18 AQ

A FOREST FIRE IS BEING SUBDUED BY THE USE OF WATER, CHEMICALS AND SHEER MUSCULAR ENERGY.

I think the FA did a good job in putting out the fire...with Cappelo leading us further into yet another controversy surrounding a badly divided team going into the European Championships. The repucussions on the team would have probably been as bad as they were in South Africa.

Time to turn over a new leaf! Thumbs up
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Posted: Thu Feb 09, 2012 9:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Friday Feb.10
Nothing much going but there is a game going in League 2. The chart is so spectacular, it might be worth checking out!

Southend - Rotherham United, 19.45 GMT
Odds: 1,90 3,50 3,70
Asc 21VI01 MC 18GE17 Moon 29VI54 POF 29AR27
Day Venus, Hour Venus - not radical

Retrograde Mars, L8, is exact on the ascendant! Are we looking at a red card? could someone get carried off the pitch? Fire, violence, uproar? I don't know. It's another case of Mercury, L1+L10, combust that detrimented Sun. The chart is not radical. That is a notch for the underdog. POF is opposite Saturn. Another underdog testimony. The Moon is VOC - Freaky!!!?
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PS. I changed my mind regarding whether to buck this game. Southend are in the upper 3 and fighting for advancement, while Rotherham don't seem to be winning any awaygames against strong opponents.
Nope! On paper Rotherham aren't good enough. Just put this one on the watchlist!
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Posted: Fri Feb 10, 2012 10:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Southend 0 - 2 Rotherham

Wow! Very Happy Thumbs up

What a victory for Rotherham and astrology!
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Posted: Fri Feb 10, 2012 11:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Games for the weekend:

Saturday:
ManU-Liverpool, 12.45 GMT
Odds: 1,90 3,40 4,40
Asc 5CN10 MC 27AQ49 Moon 10LI10 POF 23AQ05
Day Saturn, Hour Moon - radical by sign
This chart goes all directions. It's radical, by LHr/L1 is in the same sign as L7. POF is conjunct L4. Best to leave it alone. No need to bet.

Spurs-Newcastle, 17.30 GMT
Odds: 1,50 4,40 6,30
Asc 27LE21 MC 15TA59 Moon 12LI27 POF 6CP47
Day Saturn, Hour Mercury - radical
The Lord of the Hour is in the same sign as the Lord of the ascendant. The chart leans in the direction of Spurs.

Sunday:
Wolves - WestBrom, 13.30 GMT
Odds: 2,45 3,45 2,90
Asc 14CN16 MC 10PI54 Moon 24L55 POF 15PI57
Day Sun, Hour Sun - in same triplicity as Moon
Radical by triplicity hints a draw. The lord of the hour is conjunct Mercury, lord of the 4th. A draw would be acceptable.

Villa - ManC, 16.00 GMT
Odds: 5,25 3,65 1,70
Asc 20CN27 MC 23AR53 Moon 26LI25 POF 23PI31
Day Sun, Hour Mercury - radical by triplicity
Radility by triplicity and L1+L7 joined in the 4th house could bury the result and the artist should not be too hasty in giving the victory to ManC. Two testimonies indicate a draw, yet ManC may prosper under the Cancer ascendant. A two way bet seems the best option.
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Posted: Sat Feb 11, 2012 12:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Saturday:
ManU-Liverpool, 12.45 GMT
Odds: 1,90 3,40 4,40
Asc 5CN10 MC 27AQ49 Moon 10LI10 POF 23AQ05
Day Saturn, Hour Moon - radical by sign
This chart goes all directions. It's radical, by LHr/L1 is in the same sign as L7. POF is conjunct L4. Best to leave it alone. No need to bet.


L1 is beseiged so for that reason can't see Man Utd winning this one.

Safest bet would be a draw.
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Posted: Sat Feb 11, 2012 3:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

ManU-Liverpool 2-1
ManU win! ManU were playing at home and were favourites, offering two non-astrological arguments for their preferment. It is important to note the type of radicality for further reference. Radicality 'likes' the default. It would be useful if this were true and we could understand the 'tuning' against other testimonies of the chart and the balance/composure of the contest. It could be a good idea to stay off betting when there is a mixture of testimonies, but the chart can still be discussed in an intelligible manner.

Addition:
Tottenham - Newcastle 5-0 !!
What a show!! I must remember that the lord of the hour was 25AQ46, close to the angle of the Descendant. Also the Lord of the Hour is in the same sign as Lord of the 1st as the primary inication.
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Posted: Sun Feb 12, 2012 4:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Wolves - WBrom 1-5!! crying

Wolves collapsed completely in the final 15 minutes, letting in 3 goals. The Lord of the Hour conj the Lord of the 4th was supposed to bury the result, not the home team... Sad
But thats' what happened.

Neverless, note the type of radicality and planets involved. Maybe we can show that the Lord of the Hour ruling the ascendant by triplicity is more significant than the Lord of the Ascendant being in the same triplicity as the LHr. The Sun, LHr, was in detriment, and the Moon, L1, in the sign of the Sun's fall. The home team 'did' fall and crumble. I don't know whether we are allowed to think like this. The game evaluation was wrong!
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Posted: Sun Feb 12, 2012 5:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Villa 0 - Man City 1 Thumbs up
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Posted: Sun Feb 12, 2012 6:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I did pick up your previous comments, Daz, that were quite alright. I was going to question the change of form myself. I placed 3 stakes this weekend, winning on Spurs, loosing on the Wolves-Brough game, but winning on a draw-away option in the Villa-ManC game. That puts me at break even. The return on a two-way bet is nothing to write home about. Yet on a regular basis it offers a 20% return on an initial investment.

Now neither of the triplicity combinations today provided draws. In the last game I thought ManC could be given a default option due to the Cancer ascendant. Even though radical by triplicity, the Moon-Mercury crossway combination often spells mischief, however, this is more obvious in other horary work.

Either way which ever system appears to be working, it is finding a method for sorting out the bad cases and sticking with the good ones so that a good betting line can be held - resulting in profit! Thumbs up
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Posted: Mon Feb 13, 2012 7:35 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Including this evenings one off in League 2 between Gillingham and Southend because is presents certain similar conditions as were seen last Monday and it provides a new opportunity to watch Southend who lost against Rotherham last Friday:

Gillingham - Southend, 20.45 GMT
Odds: 2,40 3,40 2,70
Asc 22VI58 MC 20GE51 Moon 12SC53 POF 11GE20
Day Moon, Hour Moon - radical by triplicity, type 1

I thought we might call radicality formed between LHr and the sign on the Asc for 'type 1', while radicality formed between LHr and L1 for 'type 2'. However, Mercury and the Moon are not friends by nature, so that is a 'caution 1'. The LDay and LHr being one and the same planet we could call a 'condition'.

Last Monday Lverpool and Spurs played 0-0 under the same contract of radicality. Maybe Mars square the MC favours the underdog (?) or POF conj the South Node indicates Southend (?). I don't know. This one is for watching.
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Gillingham - Southend 1-2
This was interesting, although with some frustration. Southend commanded the game with a two-goal lead, Gillingham scoring a late goal in the 87th minute. Southend were not favourites by odds, i.e. Mars aspecting an angle, and then POF was conjunct that South node - it seemed pretty representative.

The unhappy story is again that there seems to be few short cuts gained from radicality. It was an important win for Southend who are fighting at the top of league two but have not been on form of late. So quality is there, and the match goes against odds, but there is no draw. It is a case of balancing the match details and content of the chart.
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Posted: Mon Feb 20, 2012 7:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

In retrospect, a few words on the interesting game in the FA cup on Saturday February 18;

Chelsea - Birmingham 1-1, 12.30 GMT
Asc 7CN18 MC 3PI20 Moon 17CP45 POF 25TA48
Day Saturn, Hour Moon - radical by sign

Birmingham almost won this one. First, an early goal in the 20th minute, but then missing a penalty kick only 3 minutes later. The thing that must be noted is that Chealsea did NOT win inspite of radicality and the Cancer ascendant. The Moon is in her detriment in the 7th house but applies to her dispositor BY EXALTATION by trine, who is located in the 4th! The 4th house issue is the draw factor here, but it would have been difficult to predict.

Sun was in the final degree of AQ in trine to his dispositor Saturn on this day. There were not a lot of draws about, but a lot of goals. In the Championship there were ALL home wins and 3 goals per match by average. Actually, you had to go down to League 2 to find a 0-0 game.
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