Welcome to my blog!

Welcome. My name is Gary Price, author of The Astrologer’s Guide to Horse Racing. I’m so happy to have you as a visitor to my blog about my new book. This project is very special to me, and I hope to share some of that excitement with you here.

I’ll be using this blog to interact with you about The Astrologer’s Guide to Horse Racing, expanding on some of the topics in it and blogging on some of the ideas related to my book. This is a great place for you to get to know me, and I’m looking forward to getting to know you, too. What did you think of The Astrologer’s Guide to Horse Racing? What questions do you have for me? How do you relate to my book?

I’ll be returning here frequently with new posts and responses to feedback from you. Until next time, tell me a little bit about yourself.

One Comment on “Welcome to my blog!

  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a3ByPm-Tr2k
    Here is a race wherein No 6 (sublord of the 11th is the Moon) won. Counting the houses, it certainly appears that way from the horoscope.
    In a previous race, the horoscope was similar, but the sub-lord was different, so a different numbered horse was chosen, and it lost.
    How is this explained? It is explained in two ways. 1) The sub-lord method is not perfect and sometimes will not work. 2) One is racing on an unlucky day.
    How is the latter resolved? It is resolved in two ways: 1) By subscribing to a lucky app provided by Simon Chokoisky (it will depend upon individual natal charts, and results are not guaranteed).
    2) Observation of lucky days from the moon’s transit in your natal chart. My lucky days occur generally in Scorpio (though with smaller returns), Cancer, and Pisces, when the sensitive degree at that sign is triggered by the Moon.
    Next point: the time when the native wins and loses are to be noted, with observation of the natal horoscope 6th and 11th house rulers who if connected with the 8th & 11th gives loss. Mine does this, but the 6th is part ruled by Mercury, and though retrograde, often Mercury performs, though returns are smaller.
    One can also use the win or loss event chart and never bet when the loss horoscope repeats itself, but only when the winner does. I always take into account the ruler and sub-lord and match them up between natal and event. The constellation or star lord must be considered as well as sub lord.
    I did this at a casino, and got all my previous losses returned.
    In some cases, I have used the correct sub-lord, only to see it come in 4th place. I can only put this down to my own natal and unlucky days, with the moon in an incorrect position, as explained above, or a late race, a scratch, a horse falling or being withdrawn at the post while going into the stall, etc. Best to stick rigidly to your ‘panchang’ daily hindu calendar.

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