Answer to one question with Horary Astrology
45min recorded answer to one question
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Horary astrology FAQs
Do I need a birth chart?
No, I’ll be the one taking care of that. This means that if, for example, you’ve just met the crush of your dreams and you don’t even know their sun sign, it’s not a problem, we don’t need it!
What do I need then?
A question! It sounds easy, but there’s something to keep in mind. This question needs to be important to you and somehow relevant for you. My advice is to sit quietly and take a moment to reflect upon what you want the answer to and then to write it to me.
What questions can I ask you?
Almost all questions can be answered with horary, provided they are clear, precise and specific. This means that you can’t answer questions that are generic in their phrasing and wide in their scope, such as: what’s my life purpose? What is my vocation? What are my career inclinations? How can I make money? These are best answered through a focused birth chart reading with Kesenya or Joanna; however, if you’re wondering whether a career in fashion designing would satisfy you and bring you money horary is perfect; or if you don’t know whether you should accept job offer no. 1 or job offer no. 2 or if you should invest in gold, ask for a loan, buy that property you saw while driving home, go to that doctor your friend has talked so high about, you get the gist!
A note on questions about lost objects: yes, horary can be a great tool to locate lost objects, or even missing people, but you have to do your fair amount of work here. The chart will not tell you: “John Smith of Sunset Boulevard is the rascal who has stolen your car and now you’ll find your beloved Bentley parked in your town country club.”
The chart can give you directions and multiple options: it’s up to you to find the ones that are relevant to the area you are considering and that make the most sense.
Is what the chart says set in stone?
It depends. There will be some situations you won’t be able to influence and the chart will show them, but the rule is that if you change the circumstances, the outcome will change as well. The chart should tell us what you have to work on in order to have a different result.
Are there questions you don’t take?
‘The ever type of questions’: will I ever get married? Will I ever find a job? The time frame with horary is generally one year, I don’t go further than that. We live in a fast paced society where changes occur quickly and so the circumstances evolve accordingly.
You can ask about timing of events in horary e.g. will I be able to sell my house within this timeframe? but I recommend to keep this dead line within a year.
What if the chart is not readable?
Some of you may know that there are indications that say the chart is not readable. If this occurs, we will work on getting you to ask the right question and at that point we should have a chart which allows us to go ahead. Should this be impossible, I’ll allow you to ask another question altogether.