Destiny and Sports
Author: Jerry King
Publish date: September 29, 2012
The analysis below regarding the AFL finals is done by Andrea Stoltenberg and she predicted that the Sydney Swans would win the final match. Andrea analyzed the key figures in the match which included the coach and the top three players in each of the teams. The analysis was made the day prior to the match. This analysis is meant to explain how Four Pillars of Destiny can be used to determine which side has the better chance of winning a key match or tournament in sports. Over the years, I have watched many key events, from Superbowls and Stanley Cups, to World Cup finals. I have been amazed over the accuracy of the Four Pillars of destiny and I continue to use it to evaluate the outcomes of key sporting events. Some of you may remember Eli Manning’s first ever Superbowl where he led the New York Giants to defeat the previously undefeated New England Patriots who were vying for a perfect season. Luck was not only on the side of Eli Manning but also the side of Tom Coughlin.
I have also evaluated why the Paraguayan footballer Óscar Cardozo missed his penalty kick in the quarterfinals of the 2010 FIFA World Cup finals which eventually led to Spain’s victory and their march to become 2010’s World Champions. At the 59th minute of a grudge match, Cardozo was fouled inside the Spanish penalty box and was awarded a penalty kick. Cardozo was thwarted by Iker Casillas; Casillas had credited Pepe Reina who was on the bench, told which way Casillas should go. Was this the luck of Casillas and Reina? Or was it really an unfortunate day for Cardozo. It happened on a Tiger day and Tiger year. Cardozo was born on May 20, 1983 and his day pillar happened to be the Yang Earth Monkey. Some may blame it on the clash to his system. Others may explain it through the punishment between the Monkey, Snake and Tiger. Despite the clash and punishment, there was a bigger problem, his wealth element, the water was being drained by the wood on that day.
In the NHL where the Vancouver Canucks were one game away from winning the cup but could not seal the deal against the Boston Bruins, fingers were heavily pointed towards the goal keeper of the Vancouver Canucks, Roberto Luongo. The annual energy of the Rabbit in 2011 was in conflict with his earth flow in his cosmic system. Sports can be cruel on TV, especially when a team has made it so far to the finals but fall one step short. In the AFL finals, yet again, we have seen one team coming out victorious with joy while the other team in utter disappointment. Below is the brief analysis of the important people involved in the AFL Grand Final by Andrea Stoltenberg.
AFL Grand Final between Sydney Swans and Hawthorn Hawks is going to be played on 29th September 2012 at 3 pm.
Author: Andrea Stoltenberg
Published: 28th September 2012
2012 AFL Grand Final on 29th September 2012
The day is a yin water day with strong metal and water energies.
John Longmire: 31 Dec 1970
Yin wood self with strong Earth and Metal flow. Fire, as an output, is ok because of the protection of the earth solidifying the flow of earth and metal.
Josh Kennedy: 20 June 1988
Overly strong Yang Fire self. Earth, Metal and Water are all favourable. His chart also contains the Talent pillar, guard, and he is in the favourable scholar luck cycle at the moment.
Adam Goodes: Jan 8, 1980
Adam is a Yang metal self following the water flow as output and benefiting from the seven killings in the Yang fire in the month. He is currently in water luck cycle. The day pillar is a commanding pillar.
Ted Richards: January 11, 1983
Yin Earth self surrendering to the flow of water. Metal and wood are also favorable. He is currently in his wood luck cycle. Ted has two Guards and a Guardian star in his Natal chart.
The day for Swans coach is promising. John Longmire likes metal which there is plenty of in the month and the hour (time of the match) is all metal as well. There are no clashes or elements impeding the flow of his favourable elements. The 3 key players, Kennedy, Goodes, and Richards will enjoy all the qualities of the metal and water of the day. Goodes might be having minor issues with the Rooster because it is after all, a rival to his self element, but since he is competing, he is in the perfect environment. Only one clash will be happening and that is with Richards, but such a clash does not impede his flow.
Alistair Clarkson: April 27, 1968
Strong Yin Fire self element benefiting from Earth and Metal and Water. He is currently in the Yang water luck cycle.
Lance Franklin: Jan 30, 1987
Yin Earth self element following the flow of water and wood energy. Currently in full directional wood luck cycle.
Sam Mitchel: Oct 12, 1982
Yang Earth self element surrendering to flow of metal and water. Currently in a water luck cycle represented by the Rat; in this case, the Rat combines with his Dragon day branch to form a half-water trio. His day pillar is a Commanding pillar.
Cyril Rioli: July 14, 1989
Yin Wood self, with favourable elements in earth and metal. He is currently in his favourable earth luck cycle.
The day for Hawks coach is quite unique because of the multiple stem combinations between his chart, the luck cycles, and his heavenly stems. There is also a clash in branches but overall, the energy is positive because Alistair Clarkson likes water and metal. Lance Franklin has an undesirable clash on the day of the match between the Rooster and the Rabbit. Cyril Rioli should not be negatively affected by the metal energy on the day but unfortunately, Rioli will experience a clash between the day of the Snake and his day branch, the Pig. Sam Mitchel on the other hand will enjoy all the energy of the day without any clashes.
Obviously there are many more players which will have an influence on the outcome of the game but the coach is one of the more influential person on the team on the day. The 3 players selected here for analysis are the ones which will lead their respective teams in the finals. From the Four Pillars of Destiny chart analysis, I believe the energy of the day and also of the hour are more favourable for the Sydney Swans team and the energy will put them on top of the AFL 2012 Premiership.