2017 NCAA Baseball Championship Series

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2017 NCAA Baseball Championship Series

Post by SteveS » Thu Jun 15, 2017 7:10 am

Betting odds for the 8 college baseball teams playing for the NCAA Championship Series:
Louisville, Kentucky +250
Oregon State, (Corvallis, Oregon) +270
Cal State Fullerton, (Fullerton, California) +1000
Louisiana State University, (Baton Rouge, Louisiana) +270
Florida State University, (Tallahassee, Florida) +550
Texas AM, (College Station, Texas) +900
Florida, (Gainesville, Florida) +400
Texas Christian University, (Forth Worth, Texas) +550
Championship Series begins June 17 and concludes June 28 with potential best of 3 game series. Note: Vegas has Louisville the favorite to win this Championship. And then note: t. Jupiter is virtually Station tight cnj Louisville Capsolar IC beginning the Series, and partile Station cnj IC concluding the Series on June 28. Let’s see if this well-placed Station t. Jupiter on Louisville Capsolar IC is foretelling a possible Championship for the fans of Louisville, Kentucky.
Louisville, Kentucky 2017 Capsolar:
https://ibb.co/friRiQ

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Re: 2017 NCAA Baseball Championship Series

Post by Jim Eshelman » Thu Jun 15, 2017 7:33 am

Sounds good for Louisville!

This post reminds me, though - One enormously useful improvement to Solar Fire would be if you could do astromapping with two charts instead of one, and then animate it. (One chart's angles, the other chart's planets.) This would let us e.g. do transits across solar ingress angles over time, and even quotidian contacts. It seems it would be a trivial change, but... well, you know how lucky we've been on getting any changes.

Anyway... so you noticed that the new forum comes with a dedicated section for one of your favorite topics? :)
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Re: 2017 NCAA Baseball Championship Series

Post by SteveS » Thu Jun 15, 2017 8:11 am

Jim wrote:
One enormously useful improvement to Solar Fire would be if you could do astromapping with two charts instead of one, and then animate it.
Indeed, this would be a very useful tool. The first SMA exercise I did with the 8 teams is note the SMA angles for these teams, then animated a transit chart, noting any partile hits to the angles. It did not take me long to see the very prominent Jupiter transits to Louisville’s IC.
Anyway... so you noticed that the new forum comes with a dedicated section for one of your favorite topics? :)
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Re: 2017 NCAA Baseball Championship Series

Post by Jim Eshelman » Thu Jun 15, 2017 9:01 am

SteveS wrote:
Thu Jun 15, 2017 8:11 am
The first SMA exercise I did with the 8 teams is note the SMA angles for these teams, then animated a transit chart, noting any partile hits to the angles. It did not take me long to see the very prominent Jupiter transits to Louisville’s IC.
Wait a minute, am I missing something? How did you do that? If you're saying what I think you're saying, this might be what I was saying we need.
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Re: 2017 NCAA Baseball Championship Series

Post by SteveS » Fri Jun 16, 2017 8:10 am

Jim wrote:
Wait a minute, am I missing something? How did you do that? If you're saying what I think you're saying, this might be what I was saying we need.
I don’t think this is what you/we are looking for. But I do use SFs animate chart function a-lot, more so manually than automated. In this case, I took the day’s transit chart for when I noted all the Capsolar angles for the 8 teams. Then, I set my manual animate transit chart to (1-day’s) and start clicking on the blue arrow 1 day at a time, so I could get a sense of Jupiter’s motion for the entire time of the NCAA Baseball Championship Series from June 17-June 28. This is when/how I noted t. Jupiter only moves from 18,20 Virgo to 18,50 Virgo from June 17-28. Realizing Louisville’s Capsolar IC is 19,26 Virgo, then t-Jupiter is tight cnj this IC, with t-Jupiter partile cnj this IC during the 3-game series for the Championship from June 26-28.

However, under ‘Dynamic’ SF gives options for animating a bi-wheel, tri-wheel, and quarti-wheel. This may offer you what you would like to see for your purposes.

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Re: 2017 NCAA Baseball Championship Series

Post by Jim Eshelman » Fri Jun 16, 2017 8:17 am

Oh, got it. I thought you meant on an astromap. I got excited thinking I'd missed something cool :)
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Re: 2017 NCAA Baseball Championship Series

Post by SteveS » Fri Jun 16, 2017 8:23 am

Yes, I guess better SF tools with astro mapping would be the best/shortest way to see this SMA picture, but I am not fluent with astro mapping. I rely on you to see what needs to be seen with astro mapping.

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Re: 2017 NCAA Baseball Championship Series

Post by SteveS » Wed Jun 28, 2017 5:26 am

Whenever we see an East Coast sports City playing for a National Championship vs a non-East Coast City, the East Coast is 5-0 (my kind of betting probability) with their ‘Thank You Lord’ angular Jupiter-Uranus Capsolars, the Master Chart for the year. Last night Florida (Gainesville) won the NCAA Baseball Championship vs LSU (Baton Rouge, La)—in an upset.
New England Patriots (Boston) won the Super Bowl
Pittsburgh Penguins won the National Hockey League Championship
South Carolina (Columbia) won the NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship
Florida (Gainesville) NCAA Men’s Baseball Championship
North Carolina (Chapel Hill) won the NCAA Men’s National Championship
This means, if we had taken only the angular Jupiter-Uranus Capsolar (Master Chart of the Year) for these East Coast cities, betting a recreation amount of $, we would be 5-0. The stand- alone Capsolars are consistent with Jim’s SMA teachings for foretelling on a % basis—the championship winners for sports cities. Next major Championship will be Major League Baseball this Autumn.

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