View Full Version : Asking the same question - how much time needs to pass?
11-12-2005, 10:47 PM
I have a question - if you dont recieve a answer the first time to your question, how much time needs to pass before you ask again? And if there is a time frame, and you recieve an answer the second time to the same question before the suggested time frame, does that mean the answer is invalid?
11-14-2005, 10:07 AM
I read somewhere that 6 months has to pass before ask same question, but someone said, whenever something changed regarding the question you could ask again.
And if there is a time frame, and you recieve an answer the second time to the same question before the suggested time frame, does that mean the answer is invalid?
11-14-2005, 07:48 PM
Thanks Goca! Yes - answer is invalid then?
Angel of Something
11-15-2005, 02:55 AM
An interesting question... I don't know how much I can help. Actually, I was curious, I had read in one book that you -couldn't- ask the same question again. (I believe it said that the question could be asked in a different way after a certian amount of time).
11-15-2005, 05:41 AM
Yes, answer is invalid then.
11-19-2005, 08:28 PM
While it's true that horary rules don't allow you to ask the same question twice, you can ask the question again IF particular job; the chart says, "no." Six months later, you find out that job is available again. Now you can ask again.
Other astrologers say a chart is good for three months or some specific time period. I say it depends on the question.
02-28-2007, 10:46 AM
It's an interesting question...I feel that the question can only be asked once (believe me, I've really tested this!) I asked a question about 3 years ago. When I asked it first I believe I fulfilled the horary requirement for asking- ie every cell in my body NEEDED to know the answer! The answer I got then was a <NO>. Having subsequently asked the question, the answer has continued to be <NO> and indeed even to reveal to me via the chart that I have already received my true answer (!). As I also use the I Ching, which clearly (like astrology) shows that everything is in a state of constant flux,I have wondered if this state of flux can yield an answer - (ie- one more to one's "liking":) in a chart\ Alas my personal experience has been that the original chart will show the answer (if a change in the outcome is possible, the original chart will show this- hence it can be asked again at a later date..)
I personally believe that when the soul is impassioned enough to ASK the question, the TRUE answer will be given in that chart (IE The chart will be radical). There is a question I have repeatedly asked, at different times (sneakily asking it when I knew the moon would form a favourable last aspect...etc) but the same answer has been repeatedly given, even when the significators have changed!!! The last time I asked, a moon /pluto aspect advised me I waas hanging on to something (!)). For a question to be <re asked> I would suggest that the question will somehow be intrinsically different (as time has passed- things have changed etc etc) therefore it is essentially a DIFFERENT QUESTION>...meanwhile I will continue to research this one...lillyjgc
02-28-2007, 11:33 PM
By the Vedic Astrology there are some points to make new question,and this depends on "Navamansa"the ninth part of Asc.D/9 is the defination of Navmansa.
03-01-2007, 10:41 AM
What is a navamsha?
03-01-2007, 03:45 PM
The ninth part of 30 Degrees,called navamansa.There are Trimansa,third part,Chaturmansa,fourth part,Panchmansa fifth part,Shathmansa sixth part,saptamansa seventh part,namansa ninth part,dasmansa tenth part,etc.
03-02-2007, 09:27 AM
What does it relate too in the natal chart. How is it used in prediction. What does it tell you about the person. Many questions I know but I am so interested. Please reply.
03-27-2007, 12:07 PM
you cannot ask the same question until the situation changes in some kind of way.
so let;s say you ask .. will i be dating blah blah with 3 months?
let 3 months pass
however if this person comes around earlier with something that makes you curious, you can reask a question in a diff way.
you also can try reasking a question in a diff way .. kind of .. will x develop an interest to me within 3 months?
04-19-2007, 07:14 AM
I don't know, I don't think its true, I can imagine that if you were asking the same question on the hour every hour that it would be pretty redundant, but I don't believe asking the same question before something has changed will deal a non radical chart, I've asked the same question, and I've recieved almost the same answer with a different variation several times.
I think it all has to do with synchrinocity.
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