An interesting horary: ¿Mi amor va a volver?

Browsing videos in YouTube about horary, I came across an interesting chart posted by Ignacio Lunar from Argentina.  A man asked whether there was any future to his relationship with a woman who had recently left him.  Will she return?  The chart is set for Buenos Aires, 5 February 2011, at 9:10 PM, with Placidus houses.  I decided to cast the chart with Whole Sign houses to see if it would give the same result.


Here is the Whole Sign chart:


The querent is shown by the Virgo Ascendant and has Mercury in Aquarius in the 6th as his ruler.

The quesited (the ex-girlfriend) is represented by the 7th house with Pisces on the cusp and the Moon and Uranus therein.  Her rulers are cusp-ruler Jupiter and the Moon.

There is no aspect forming between the querent (Mercury) and either Jupiter or the Moon (the ex’s rulers), so it seems unlikely that she will return.  In addition, the Moon’s last aspect to a visible planet was a sextile to Venus, the goddess of love and a general signifier of relationships (the matter of the question).  The Moon’s next aspect is a conjunction with Uranus in the 7th of partnerships, a general symbol of a break-up or disruption in a relationship.

In the Whole Sign chart, the 7th-ruler Jupiter has entered the querent’s 8th house of death, which suggests that the relationship is over and done with.

Interestingly, the hellenistic Lot of Eros (love) lies at 28 Gemini 38 and its ruler is Mercury, which also rules the querent who is pining for his lost love.  Mercury in Aquarius will not reunite with either Jupiter or the Moon, the rulers of his ex-girlfriend.

John Frawley recommends looking at the Lot of Marriage, which he defines at Asc + Dsc – Venus.  Doing the calculation: 14 Virgo 19  +  14 Pisces 19  –  1 Capricron 59  =  26 Scorpio 39, which is ruled by Mars.  In other words, Mars represents the quality of the relationship.  In this horary, Mars lies in Aquarius in the unfortunate 6th house and is combust the Sun.  In fact, Mars has just ceased being cazimi (a positive state within 17.5′ of arc of the Sun), and now the Sun’s rays are giving Mars an intense burn.  This parallels the man’s situation.  His girlfriend has recently left him and he’s now in a bad state.  She has recently “toasted” him, so to speak.

It is also noteworthy that the Part of Marriage at 26 Scorpio 29 is almost exactly conjunct the antiscion of Mercury (signifier of the querent and of the Lot of Eros or Love) which lies at 26 Scorpio 44.  Thus, Mercury represents both the querent and his prospects for love and marriage in this chart.  Mercury is about to enter under the beams of the Sun and its next applying aspect will be to Mars, scorched by its proximity to the hot Sun.  In fact, transiting Mercury reaches the position of horary Mars on February 14th, Valentine’s Day!

All in all, it doesn’t look like this couple will be reuniting any time soon.

Horary Louis

About Anthony Louis

Author of books about astrology and tarot, including TAROT PLAIN AND SIMPLE, HORARY ASTROLOGY, and THE ART OF FORECASTING WITH SOLAR RETURNS.
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1 Response to An interesting horary: ¿Mi amor va a volver?

  1. Jeffrey Geist says:

    Interesting. Thanks

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