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register bluePrimary Instructor: J. Lee Lehman
This is not a beginner level course. You will need a background in natal astrology
This course can be used as an elective for the diploma.

You may have used natal astrology to tell that you are likely to move this year - but is the house you just looked at a good match? Your client's chart may show relationship issues, but is the guy she just met last weekend a prince or a frog? And what if your cousin's birth time is uncertain - he still has questions!

This course will give you the depth and experience to answer all of these questions - and many more! By the end of this course, you will have the assurance that your knowledge of classical horary astrology qualifies you to provide professional-level consultations. You will have had a chance to get sufficient practice to work on your own and will have an understanding of the many components of Classical Horary Astrology.

Through guided readings and written assignments, Lee Lehman covers the essential building blocks for horary: essential and accidental dignities, applying and separating aspects, rulerships, antiscia and solstice points, planetary hours, Arabic parts/lots, rendering, fixed stars and perfections. The topics covered include:

  • The Mechanics of Horary Moments and Horary Interpretation
  • Relationship Horaries
  • Buy and Sell; Relocation
  • Jobs
  • Business and Investmentquestions
  • Medical
  • Finding Lost People/Objects
  • Rumors, Bargains(?) and Lies

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