And the spread!
Note that the technique described below was also used in this study of mine of a wider spectrum of Super Bowls (actually all of them until the date of that study).
At 1:26 pm today, 3 hours before kickoff, I posted a simple tweet: "The red and white team by ten."
I could not remember the name of the red and white team as being the Kansas City Chiefs but figured that any reader would know who I am talking about. (I did not yet know that the SFO team would come out in red and white jerseys and gold pants. For the purposes of this analysis, it is important to know that their standard colors are red and gold with a bit of white, while the KC team's colors are considered here to be red and white with a bit of yellow. The importance of this all will become clearer below.)
I did not change the tweet after seeing the uniforms of the players on the field mostly because I wanted to preserve the timing and intention of the original thought.
I also did not hashtag the tweet because I did not want to draw those who would probably be more interested in the football than the astrology.
And I did not bet on this game because a. it is illegal and b.the karma of profiting off of men hurting each other does not sound appealing at all!
So, my sole gambling based on this analysis was with my reputation. Of course, I am pleased that I was right and more pleased to see once again that Vedic astrology can carry us through in any situation. Perhaps even just reaping the reward of an ego and/or reputation boost is itself too much. I feel conflicted.
Thus, I want to hurry and let you know how I did it, so that I don't feel guilty, and I don't feel any false ownership of this technique. It is a pretty simple one, and again, it has held fast across all Super Bowls.
Ok, so, what you do is of course pull up the chart of the start of the game.
Next, you look for the grahas (planets) that represent the team colors.
In order of importance:
1) red == Mars
2) white == Venus
3) hint of yellow == Jupiter
1) red == Mars
2) gold == Sun
3) hint of white == Venus
Mars and Venus are both incredibly strong in the above chart. So, really the deciding discriminator is Jupiter for KC compared to Sun for SF. Normally, the color difference between the two teams is more drastic, but this is what we have to go on for this game.
Another way to find the two teams in a chart is by home team (fourth house) and away team (tenth house), but that was not available 3 hours before the Super Bowl.
Of these two grahas, Jupiter is much better positioned than Sun. Jupiter is in its own sign, whereas Sun is conjoined an archenemy, Saturn, and that Saturn is very strong in its own sign.
I did not catch what time the half time was (actually I did not watch much because again, karma, but I liked the commercials I did see), but at about half way through the time span of the game, Leo was rising, and so, Sun and hence SF seemed to have the upper hand.
But at about 9:04 pm Miami time, that Leo ascendant was over with, and Jupiter by house position gained the upper hand, aspecting the tenth house of fame and glory. Moreover, the prize of the win (an eleventh house indication) started to be theirs as the D-11 started to show enough of a separation between Moon (light blue or silver) and Jupiter (yellow) to enact a hamsa yoga there trining in from the fifth house, thus aspecting the first and eleventh houses of the D-11, themselves each being 11th house indications of the prize.
So, there you have it. There is not much to it, but I hope you are now realizing that not only the winner can be discerned, but the dynamics of play within the game.
As to how I got the 10 point spread (actually, KC won by 11), I do not have an exciting answer except that I used intuition and "kinesiology" to test the intuition. In times past, I have helped friends win gambling spreads by walking through the dynamics of play and surmising the spread accordingly.
I hope this was of interest, and as always, please comment below with any ideas or questions.