2 comments on “Horary Technique 13: Tertiary Considerations

  1. I don’t really look at stars so much any more. These are little details, but I think they add something special to any reading.

    • I used to look at fixed stars all the time. It was almost the first thing I did after casting a chart “Okay, let’s see who is where.”

      They can be really useful descriptors, but they don’t really add a lot of concrete information about what’s going happen with a situation unless they are particularly powerful stars. I expect Sirius and Regulus to always bring a certain level of success to something, whereas Algol will probably always make it fail or corrupt it, for example.

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