Is it possible to predict sports games with astrology?
please help me im not far away from being the best i just want to know the secret formula
- MarkabLv 67 years agoFavorite Answer
There is no secret formula else I'd be rich. An English astrologer, John Frawley, made quite a reputation for himself with sports prediction. He didn't use natal charts for team sports (individual sports like tennis and boxing are more suitable for that); he used horary and event charts. And since he's European, the bulk of his predictions have to do with European football.
He even wrote a book on the subject: Sports Astrology. Keep in mind - nothing is foolproof and he isn't right 100% of the time. If you bet on the favorites every game, you'll win about 70% of the time (which is why coin tossing is a sure fire loser), but you'll never make any money. The trick is knowing when to bet on the underdog.
A late 19th early - 20th century astrologer Sepharial developed a system for betting on horses: the holy grail of astrology sports prediction. He never revealed how he did or if he bet at all. But he obviously didn't have the horse's birth charts. I saw Secretariat's chart a long time ago. Very impressive.Source(s): Sports Astrology by John Frawley, Apprentice Books UK, 2007
- Anonymous3 years ago
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- DonaldLv 67 years ago
The Magi Society takes this subject very seriously. They offer the birth dates of major athletes that they have studied for this purpose(and they have studied everyone). It can't be easy though. I mean most sports games are played with teams and everyone in that team has transits and progressions to look at for the particular game.
If you don't really know much about betting on sports then you shouldn't do it. But I guess it would be interesting to see how a particular player performed with certain transits. I know that the Magi Society does this. But exactly how? I'm not quite sure. They've been at it for years though. There is real money to be made betting on sports so they are very serious about it.
Another way that you might do it is to simply do a chart for that particular game and see how it progresses over the length of the game. I think you would have to incorporate the use of houses in order to track it right. And houses might just work as the exact time of the game is easier to find than an exact time of birth.
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- LynnLv 44 years ago
I honestly think Missouri has a good chance due to a weak schedule. The winner of the USC-Ohio St. matchup will also have an inside track. As a SEC guy, I just think the schedules are too tough for UGA and UF to get through without a loss....if that's what it takes. Another darkhorse would be Clemson with a relatively weak ACC this year. I think the winner of the Big 12 title game (probably Mizzou-OU) will play USC, Ohio St., or Clemson for all the marbles.
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- Anonymous3 years ago
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