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Weekly Horary Astrology
"When will I marry Kevin?"
Horary astrology question
The woman asking this question tells that they first met on the internet last year, then had a real meeting in early February this year. Sho loves him and looks forward to marrying him.
The question was received on April 7, 2005, at 6:36:10 pm EED, in Tirgu Mures, Romania (46e34, 24e33).
Kevin, the guy she inquired about, is represented by Mars, ruler of the 7th house. She's represented by Venus, ruler of the 1st house, located in the 8th house.
Venus and Mars are in mutual reception by term, a rather weak kind of mutual reception, which indicates that the two persons love/care about each other, but doesn't ensure a positive answer to the question, as a mutual reception by sign would have done.
There is no applying aspect between Venus and Mars, neither there is a translation or collection of light between them, that would give the answer, we turn to the Moon, co-ruler of the questioner.
The Moon separates from a sextile with Mars, with an orb of 3°50', an aspect which refers to their first real life meeting in early February this year. But this aspect is separating and it says nothing about the future. Yet, the Moon applies to a sextile with Uranus, while Mars applies by conjunction to Uranus. This seems to be a collection of light which would finally bring the two significators together. But the ancient rule of collection of light requires the collecting planet to be received by both significators in one of their essential dignities. Here, Mars receives Uranus in its triplicity, but the Moon doesn't receive Uranus in any of its essential dignities. So, this is not a proper collection of light.
So, we've tried all methods, and although there are some connections between her and his significators, these connections are not strong enought to ensure the positive outcome expected, the marriage.
The almost collection of light of Mars (him) and the Moon (her) by Uranus, refers to a future connection between the two persons through the internet (Uranus). So they will keep the online contact, but will not marry.
Some people, while looking at the above horary chart, might have wondered what is Juno () doing in a horary chart. Juno is an asteroid, surnamed the asteroid of marriage, used in natal astrology and relationships. Actually, I use the highly specific asteroids in order to enforce a horary interpretation. In this case, the question was focused on the formal marriage and this is exactly what Juno knows to do. As you may see from the chart, Venus is in partile semi-square with Juno (only 4' orb) which indicates an obstacle for the woman (Venus) to get married (Juno).
I'm really sorry, but it looks like they will not marry.
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