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Hockey World League: India vs Pakistan: Numerology suggests India's victory in semi-final
Today is an important day for Hockey lovers, as arch rivals India and Pakistan are going to face each other in semi-final match of Hockey World League.

Astro-numerologists blame date '26' or eight series as quite unlucky for India, Indian cricket team's defeat in 2015 cricket world cup was shielded by the same 'eight' logic. So, India will lose against Pakistan today?

Today's match date pattern is like this which is filled with traps for a numerologist, there are so many dual effect patterns-


22= 48 + 6 = 54

It seems to me that the whole game will be influenced by the numerology of the independence date of both the countries, Pakistan and India. Pakistan's date pattern total is exactly to that of today's total= 48.



35 = 59



34 = 48

Goals take the form ratios, today's date pattern has few sharp ratios- 3-1, 2-1, 3-0, 1-8, 6-3.

Interestingly, the presence of both, 6 (Fri) and a 3 (48), results Venus-Jupiter war. Even the current planetary position, is suggesting exactly the same thing- Venus and Jupiter have come within 5 degrees to each other. Numerological interpretation of number 63 is a 'tie' but astrologically, we look into 'who crosses the rashi first, he wins'.

The antiscion method is suggesting better luck for number 6 (Venus), its antiscion is falling near the Sun, on the other hand, 'Jupiter' is getting combust. Indian hockey team captain Sardara Singh, and India are influenced by 6, Pakistan and their team captain Imran are under the spell of 3.

We can just hope that India wins today.

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