Two giants of European football clash at the Santiago Bernabeu on Wednesday evening…. The home team have won 9 of the previous 11 matches between these two sides. But, would they also be the winner that evening?

This is the event horary chart cast for the date, time and place where the match was to be held:

After looking at chart I left following post at Horary section of the Mystic board forum few hours before match:

Real Madrid's home sport kit is white, while AC Milan's away sport kit is also white, but because Real Madrid is the home team, they are able to play in their home sports kit . So, because the ASC with ruler Ve in Li is connected with white colours, ASC must represent the home team, Real Madrid.

The away team, AC Milan, must therefore wear their black/red home sports kit, (in order to allow viewers to easily recognise who’s who on the playing field). This is quite appropriate as Sco is on the DSC, so the DSC ruler represents AC Milan.

The ruler of 1st is in the 6th unfortunate (cadent) house (when a planet is less than 5 degrees from the cusp of the next house it is considered to be in the next house). However, the ruler of the 7th house, Ma is in an excellent position, on the cusp of the 4th house, the house of success for the DSC team, and we consider it to be in the 4th house (angular)!

So according to the placement of the rulers, AC Milan has the advantage!

The Moon makes no aspects either to planets or to the antiscion of planets (within 5 degrees) and it seems, therefore, that nothing happens in this chart...But, the antiscion of Ma, ruler of the 7th house, at 27Ta28, is so close to ASC. Because we have nothing else, that must make the difference!! So, it seems, although it is hard to believe, that AC Milan will celebrate tonight !!


After the match on the website I read the following text:

"AC Milan moved top of UEFA Champions League Group C after a 3-2 win over Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu.

With 16 European Champion Clubs' Cups between them and a plethora of stars on display, fans flocked to the Santiago Bernabéu expecting something special – they were not disappointed. Raúl González opened the scoring midway through the opening period but two second-half goals in four minutes from Andrea Pirlo and Pato turned the game on its head. Royston Drenthe's low drive restored parity before Pato decided the contest with a dramatic volley two minutes from time."