I’m excited to share that I will be offering a webinar this Sunday on timing techniques in horary astrology, offered by Nina Gryphon’s RubiCon project. Timing was a difficult subject for me to grasp early on in my horary career. I approached it a bit too mechanically and without enough organic interaction with the symbolism borne out in the chart. After a combination of techniques that I learned from my mentor Deborah Houlding and two years’ time spent with Dr. Experience, I’ve found myself inspired by a host of reliable approaches to timing that consistently deliver the goods. This presentation is meant to share those insights, demonstrating how they can be seen working vividly in historical examples and how easily they can be applied today. I have provided the below soundbite as a summary for the talk:
“Timing in Horary Astrology.” Horary textbooks cover a lot of ground, but few really draw out the mechanics involved in assessing cycles to create a solid timeline of events. What techniques are consistently recorded? Are they all equally reliable? Is there a more straightforward approach that can be taken? This presentation analyzes modern and historical horary charts to demonstrate an organic approach to timing that underlines the ongoing cycles speaking to us in horary consultation.