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Aquarius Severn Astrology Society
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How Medieval Astrologers Knew What You Really Wanted!
Horary, one of the oldest branches of astrology, is used to answer direct questions such as 'where are my missing keys?' or 'will I get the job?'

Chris will explain some of the basics of this art as well as a little-known technique outlined in the Intentions part of 12th-century astronomer-scholar Roger of Hereford's book 'Judicial Astrology', which enables the astrologer to uncover the real question behind the apparent one given by the client. In some respects this is similar to the modern practice of drawing up a 'consultation' chart cast for the moment the session with the client is due to begin, to find out the underlying issues likely to surface during it.

A downloadable handout will explain both how to answer questions using horary and how to divine the question behind the question, including analysing the duodenaria (12th part or 2.5 degree segment) and novene (9th part) the Ascendant is located in.

Be amongst the first to use this technique in over 800 years!

Although the webinar starts at 7.30pm you may join from 7.15pm and settle in or say hello to other attendees. There will be a 5-minute break at 8pm for you to join your neigbours if you wish in expressing thanks to the NHS staff, care and key workers for their heroic work. After the webinar ends at 8.35pm there will be a 10-minute Q&A session followed by a further 10 minutes in which you are free to make contact with friends and acquaintances via the chat box.

This is a FREE Zoom webinar, although if you are able to give a small donation (from £1 to £3) to cover our outgoings, it would be much appreciated. You can donate via the PayPal button on the right or via https://www.paypal.me/aquariussevern.

Apr 23, 2020 07:30 PM in London

Aquarius Severn Astrology Society
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