Re: Being Impartial in Horary Judgement, Keeping it Simple and Understanding Question
Very detailed and informative post, greatly educative in nature. I find myself often in this case - and when dealing with other people, it is so easy to misunderstand the situation.
Besides, there are some other factors.
For example, the relational horaries: these involve so often a 3rd person and the issue of the divorce - and therefore the astrologer's moral and social values are highly challenged. Whatever objective the astrological insight might be, it might push the querent to take a decision towards keeping a relationship with a lover, but not divorce, or some other weird situations like this. Alas, people do not inquire about a happy relationship with the husband, but about messy relationships.
In these horaries, the entire chart may need to be analysed in order to get a perspective from all sides. Just consider a simple two person romantic relationship: according to Frawley - we need to look at 5 planets: the pair 1st-7th house ruler, the Moon as the cosign., the pair: the Sun and Venus. Enter another person in the equation, have the family involved and then all the traditional planets portend a message in the chart.