New England Patriots vs Philadelphia Eagles

Super Bowl LII is here, and itís almost time to join the millions of Americans in watching the Philadelphia Eagles challenge the reigning champions, the New England Patriots, for football supremacy. Thirteen years after squaring off in Super Bowl XXXIX in Jacksonville, Florida, the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles will take to the field for Super Bowl LII on Sunday, 4. Feb. 2018.

Who will win the Super Bowl 52?

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

After looking at the chart, I left my prediction, that the Philadelphia Eagles will win the Super Bowl 52, in the "Sports Astrology" section of the Astrologyweekly Forum 4 days before the match!

First, as usual, we must determine who is represented by the ASC and who is represented by the DSC.

Because New England Patriots chose to wear white jerseys, they are represented by the ASC ruler Sun.

The Philadelphia Eagles will wear green jerseys, so they are represented by DSC ruler Saturn.

What I first noticed in this chart was that Sun is in conjunction with South Node! Unfortunately, it is in close conjunction with South Node. The conjunction with one of the Moon's Node is a factor that can decide a chart on its own! A significator conjunct the South Node is greatly weakened. It makes no difference whether the significator is applying to or separating from the Node but orb. must be less than 2 degrees. So this is sure sign that New England Patriots will lose this match!

Next, I noticed that the Moon is in the same degree as Nodes, so activity will have some misfortune that could be called a catastrophe in some way (probably bad weather).


On 5. Feb. 2018. on the and website you could read the following:

" Philadelphia Eagles beat New England Patriots to win title!

The Philadelphia Eagles won the Super Bowl for the first time by beating the New England Patriots 41-33 in an extraordinary encounter in Minneapolis!

The New England Patriots faced off against the Philadelphia Eagles Sunday night for Super Bowl LII in what was reported as one of the coldest games in history ( -17 ° C )."