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# Predicting Sport Outcomes Using Astrology

By Alphee Lavoie *
Published on the web 9/3/201

## Rulerships That Should Make The Home Team A Winner

The ruler of the 1st house applying to the 7th house cusp.
The ruler of the 1st house applying to the 4th house cusp.
The ruler of the 4th house in the 1st house
The ruler of the 7th house in the 1st house.
The ruler of the 10th house applying to the 7th house cusp.
The ruler of the 10th house applying to the 4th house cusp.
The ruler of the 7th house and the 10th house.
The ruler of the 4th in the 10th house.
The ruler of the 1st conjuncting the 10th house cusp.
The ruler of the 10th conjuncting the 1st house cusp.

I took the above 10 rulerships and ran them using Super Search against a
database of 4294 at home wins to determine which occur OFTEN and
SELDOM. This is the result.
Chi- Often /
Astrological Criteria
Square Probability Seldom
Rulerships that support home team to win
Ruler of the midheaven conjunct the 10th
12.7 100% Often
house cusp
Ruler of the ascendant conjunct the 4th house
6.7 99.1% Often
cusp
Ruler of the MC in the 10th house 4.8 97.2% Often
Ruler of the ascendant in the midheaven 11.4 99.9% Often
Ruler of the seventh house in the 10th house 3.5 94% Often

## Rulerships that fail to support home team to

win
Ruler of the ascendant conjunct the
9.6 99.8% Seldom
descendent
Ruler of the ascendant in the first house 6.1 98.7% Seldom

## Rulerships that were not important

Ruler of the first in the seventh house
Ruler of the 10th conjunct the seventh house
cusp
Ruler of the first house on seventh house cusp

I then took the 5 OFTEN OCCURRING criteria for at home wins that were
generated by Super Searchand ran them in Fast Research and ran them through
that same database. There were 1195 charts that have at least one of those
criteria. (27.8%)

Next I took the same OFTEN OCCURRING criteria for at home wins and ran them
in Fast Research by AIR Software through a database with 5200 at home losses.
There were 1367 charts that had at least one of those criteria. (26.2%)

As you can see, we get similar results with these criteria for both at home wins
and at home losses. This reaffirms that these particular house rulerships do not
work to predict the outcome of sporting events.