Astrological Football Predictions for Liverpool vs West Ham and Newcastle Utd vs Everton
This weekend promises Halloween treats to the favourites and little in the way of shocks and surprises, so far as our two featured games are concerned.
Liverpool are odds-on favourites to win against West Ham this Saturday, an opinion with which the heavens concur: The antiscion of the Part of Fortune (at 26 Capricorn 48) exactly conjunct Saturn (Lord 10, victory for the favourites) should prove the bookies correct.
*Note: The Part of Fortune herself is placed just inside the 7th house (the team considered to be the underdogs), which might be thought helpful for West Ham. However, the bodily placement of Fortuna is linked to the Moon’s phases and will always be roughly in the same place in charts calculated for the same kickoff time and location during the month. Identical results might be expected for every match played under similar conditions of place and time, and experience has taught this is not the case. The position of Fortuna’s antiscion, which is determined by sign placement, is much more variable and therefore the testimony of significance.
Saturn again has a starring role in Sunday’s match between Newcastle and Everton, this time in his role as Lord of the Ascendant awarding victory to favourites Everton via his trine with the Moon. The result of the match should be decided in the closing minutes of the match or extra time (the Moon has just over 6 degrees to travel to complete the aspect with Saturn). Should this late opportunity not occur, a draw is not beyond the bounds of possibility: The Moon also makes aspects to the antiscion of the Sun, Lord 7 (at 20 Aquarius 24) for Newcastle and Jupiter (Lord 10, for Everton at 21 Capricorn 07) before her aspect to Saturn, promising goals for both sides.
Charts calculated with Astrogold for Mobile
Sports Astrology by John Frawley
Christian Astrology by William Lilly
2 thoughts on “Shooting Stars 31st October to 1st November 2020”
without wanting to abuse it is not possible to make predictions for the league of champions and europe?
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Thank you for your kind interest in my blog, and for your feedback, which is very much appreciated 🙂 Mostly it’s due to time constraints that I limit myself to a few games per week, and the Premier League seems to attract a lot of interest and coverage, so I’ve been limiting myself to that. However, it is possible to apply the same methods to other leagues – the European matches in particular are interesting charts to judge due the difference in locations and (often) time zones. I like your idea about alternating the focus of the blog to include other teams and leagues – I’d also like to include some Women’s Football too. I’ll be incorporating your suggestion in future blogs – watch this space for further developments. Have a great week 🙂