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Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Astrology and Stanley Cup Playoffs: King me

 Welcome to the Stanley Cup Finals preview with Astrology. Apparently I still have some work to do but with a no. 6 seed and a no. 8 seed in the Finals I guarantee no one had this matchup predicted correctly. To my discredit the 2 teams in the Finals I have picked to lose in every round, in my defense 8 of the 14 series have been won by the underdog , I can’t Imagine anyone having picked many of these right and I have picked 7 of the 14 series winners correctly.
So, since this is for learning purposes …what have we learned thus far? In Hockey the goalie’s chart definitely is more important than the teams chart . Also, Uranus definitely favors the underdogs. Thirdly, you can stretch the transits of the further out planets to 10 degrees  on either side.
Here’s my evidence….. veteran goaltender Martin Brodeur of the New Jersey Devils has had a Hall of Fame career and already won Stanley Cups and appeared to be winding down for his career. However, he appears to have one more run left in him. As the playoffs began Brodeur had transiting Jupiter conjunct his Sun which is at 16  Taurus. As the playoffs progressed I figured that transit may start waning as well as the fact that he has transiting Pluto conjunct his natal Jupiter and Transiting Uranus square his Jupiter.
 After taking another look at his chart after the Devils pulled upsets in 3 consecutive playoff series oer the Panther, Flyers and then the no.1 seeded Rangers I saw that as well as his Sun at 16 Taurus his Natal Saturn is at 6 Gemini. As I write this Jupiter is at 26 Taurus and exactly 10 degrees past his Sun and exactly 10 degrees applying to his Saturn. Another interesting aspect is that the current placement of the North Node is exactly conjunct his Natal Neptune which is showing him favor at this juncture.
The Goalie for the upstart L.A. Kings is Jonathan Quick who also has 2 interesting tranists, Pluto is currently conjunct his Neptune [ giving focus and intensity to watery fantasies ] and the North Node [ destiny ]  of the Moon is conjunct his Natal Saturn [ discipline, public stature] . Quick has been spectacular as the Kings have set the record for most consecutive road wins in the playoffs as well as well as stuffing 3 high scoring opponents which were the no. 1,2 and 3 seeds in the Western Conference.
As I mentioned in my initial Stanley Cup blog the Kings have transiting Uranus conjunct their Natal Saturn and have pulled 3 consecutive upsets . I would go into the teams charts but at this point the charts of the Goalies far outweigh the teams charts.
So , who am I picking? I’m taking the Kings ,I’m not about to pick the Higher seed to win now with Uranus clearly in control.

Astrology and NBA Playoffs pt.2

 See I do learn from my mistakes. I went 6-2  in my first round predictions and 4-0 in the second round and I have all 4 Conference finalists picked correctly. My only misses have been the Clippers nudging the Grizzlies in a tough 7th game and I picked the Bulls to get upset in the  2nd round by the Celtics instead of the 1st round by the 76ers.
The other topic I’ve brought up in both the NHL and the NBA playoffs is teams with tranisiting Uranus hitting their Saturn. There were 5 teams in the NHL Playoffs with this aspect and 4 did very well with a no. 8 seed reaching the Stanley cup finals. NBA teams with this transit did not fare as well with 2 going out early and one in the 2nd round although the Pacers gave the Heat all they could handle. The team that has benefitted most is the aging Spurs who have had a youthful resurgence with their Uranus transit having won their first 9 playoff games as I write this and having not lost a game since mid April overall.
In the last blog I also mentioned players with eclipses about to hit their natal Sun. Tony Parker has played extremely well for the streaking Spurs and K.G. has literally willed the Celtics to victory in their wins in the first 2 rounds.
Now I picked the Heat to victory over the Thunder in the Finals but I do want to mention that the Spurs and Celtics also have outstanding transits that have Championship potential. Actually the Thunder have the least Championship worthy transits of any of the 4 left but with the Spurs you never know when the Uranus transit to Saturn will turn on them, it only takes 1 injury to their big 3 to give the Thunder all the room they need to get by the Spurs.
I’m sticking with the Heat to win it if they match up with the Thunder but if the Spurs stay healthy enough to quiet the Thunder I think they’re inside presence will be too much for Lebron and crew.