11th September 2017 – 8:30pm
William Lilly used to cast some of his horary charts for the moment when he read and understood the question. Contemporary horary astrologers follow suit, but the aim of my lecture is to prove that the “true” (dependable, viable) time for a horary chart is the time when the question pops up in the Querent’s mind. Theory combined with several example cases from my practice whereby both sets of data are presented and discussed.
Ema Kurent (DFAstrolS, QHP, CMA, ISAR CAP) from Ljubljana, Slovenia, has been a professional astrologer since 1989. Her work includes consulting, teaching, writing and researching. She specializes in traditional and predictive astrology. She is the head of the Slovenian Astrological Academy Stella (an ISAR affiliated school) and author of Sonce in Luna (The Sun and the Moon — 144 zodiacal combinations), Lunin vodnik (Moon Guide, a yearly publication), Horarna astrologija (Horary Astrology) and nine teaching manuals (in Slovenian). Her articles have appeared in journals worldwide. She has spoken and held workshops at numerous international conferences – in Slovenia, Serbia, UK, Poland, USA, South Africa and India.