Shooting Stars Saturday 3rd October 2020

Astrological Football Predictions for Leeds United vs Manchester City and Newcastle United vs Burnley

Manchester City are odds-on favourites to win against hosts Leeds this Saturday, but the heavens may have a surprise in store. The aspect of greatest significance is the Moon’s application to oppose Mercury, which, as ruler of both 7th and 4th houses favours the underdogs Leeds (Mercury is also the dispositor of Fortuna, but as he rules both 7th and 4th houses, his role as main significator of Leeds takes precedence). The North Node’s beneficial placement just inside the cusp of the 4th house (victory for Leeds) and the corresponding debility for City from the South Node in the 10th house add further weight to the testimony of the Moon and Mercury; all of which point to Leeds doing much better than the bookies expect.

On to Saturday evening’s game at St James’ Park, where hosts Newcastle are the bookies’ favourites to win against visiting Burnley. As favourites, Newcastle are represented by Venus, ruler of the Ascendant. Mars, Lord of the opposing 7th house, signifies Burnley. The Moon, whose movements often decide the outcome in football charts, makes no conclusive aspects: Her trine to the antiscion of Mars (at 05 Virgo 45) is mildly favourable for Burnley, but not strong enough to guarantee them the match. Balanced against this, Saturn placed in his own sign of Capricorn and in his own house (the 10th house, victory for the favourites), lends his strength to Newcastle and attests to their fine form, but alone is not a winning testimony. Overall, this is a fairly balanced chart with both sides looking set to score. Newcastle have a slight edge over their opponents, but a draw should not be ruled out.

Charts calaculated with AstroGold for Mobile

Astrology by Louise Of Arabia

Bibliography

Sports Astrology by John Frawley

Christian Astrology by William Lilly

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