orary astrology is the type of astrology that gives you answers to specific questions. Horary is based on the Greek word “horus” for “hour.” A horary astrology chart is cast for the time your question is received and understood by the astrologer. The horary chart is read using special rules that emphasize a more literal interpretation of a planet or sign’s meaning. This allows us to read the chart quickly and discern the energies at work in any given moment.
This summer a friend asked if the Miami Heat would win a particular game during the playoffs. I cast the chart and the significator for the Miami Heat was debilitated and in a weak house. My judgement was that they would lose. And so they did.
The moment you ask is the moment the answer is born. The conditions described in the horary chart can render unequivocal judgements that can result in peace of mind, confirmation of a gut feeling, or an opportunity to prepare for other options.
- Will my house sell in the next three months?
- Should I buy that new car?
- Will my team win the playoff game tonight?
- I was offered a new job. Should I take it? Will it pay more?
- Is this the end of our relationship?
- Will my sister pay back the money I loaned to her?
- Is my daughter going to be accepted into the college she wants?
How to Ask a Horary Astrology Question
First, think about what you’re really asking. What’s at the root of your question? For example the question “Will I get married?” may really be about feeling secure as one gets older and the real question may be “Will I have the means to live comfortably as I get older?” Your question should be of concern only to you or someone with whom you’re involved with on a personal or social level. For example, “Will my contractor deliver the plans on time?”
- OK: “Should I go to college?”
- Good: “Will I find work when I graduate?”
- Better: “Will I find fulfilling work in my field within six months of graduating?”
If your question has a time component consider the span of time you’re asking about. For example, “Will I ever get out of this debt?” isn’t as clear as “If things continue as they are, will I be able to pay off my debt in the next 18 months?” The more specific your question the more likely the chart can lead us to the answer.
- OK: “Will I ever adopt a dog?”
- Better: “Will I adopt a dog in the next two years?”
Provide important details that add depth to the characters represented in the horary astrology chart.
- Question: “Do Bob and I have a future?”
- Additional details of “Bob is my 12 year old cocker spaniel,” will alter the judgement as compared to “Bob is the co-worker I have a crush on.”
Once you formulate your question you may call or email me with it. I’ll work on the chart and forward you a PayPal link. You may supply me with any necessary background information, and please ensure that your question is clearly stated in the message.
If anything is unclear I’ll email or call you for more details. The chart is then judged and I will call you or email you with the answer within 24 hours. If the question requires an answer sooner than that, please note this in your message and I’ll do my best to answer you as soon as I can.
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“You know, as soon as I read your email, I realized that I already felt that in my heart. : ) It would be so much more convenient if I was finally dating the right guy (because I am definitely ready), but I also guess I needed that confirmation before turning away from the situation. Horary is so amazing. I am always blown away by the accuracy, although I don’t pretend to understand it in any way. Thanks for your well-thought out and analyzed response.” -KF
“RIGHT ON THE DOT!!! Amazing! Thank you very much for your time!” -RD
“Ron is wonderful and a talented astrologer. I had asked him about something and he turned out to be so right in the end. Glad I consulted him in the first place.” -AC
“Thank you, Ron for your great reading… you definitely hit the nail right on the head… Keep up the great work and I look forward to another reading soon.” -HT