Modern Horary Astrology is a formidable compilation of 60 years of observation and research. Based on approximately 10,000 horary charts erected by the author, more than 125 clearly defined and diverse horoscopes are shown and explained in detail. The first five chapters focus on the rules for reading a horary chart. Subsequent chapters feature queries pertaining to matters reflecting each of 12 houses, with additional chapters devoted to specific house-related events such as marriage, divorce, lost articles, health and missing persons. A particularly fascinating horary example is included in one chapter. After a year of marriage, a woman asked if she would have any children, having been told by her physician that she was barren. Here, the author demonstrates how to view the horary chart from a long-term perspective and coordinate it with the natal and progressed chart. The horary chart also was progressed, and the author accurately predicted the outcome. Another interesting concept in this book that deviates from traditional horary methods is the question of non-radical charts. Even though a chart might appear unreadable because the Ascendant is less than three degrees or more than 27 degrees or the Moon void-of-course, there are times when it can be read. Modern Horary Astrology takes the complexity out of horary chart mechanics and clearly exemplifies how this valuable branch of astrology can be of assistance in answering an extensive range of questions.
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