How do you like to deal with more than one question asked at any given time?
According to Vedic astrology, many astrologers are using Arudh Lagna method for multiple questions. They will ask natal to quote one number from 1-108, and then find out ascendant.
Another method is KP Method, and again number in between 1-249 is quoted by natal, and ascendant is worked out.
One more method is first question from Ascendant, second from Moon, third from Sun, fourth from Jupiter, fifth question Venus or Mercury (based on the strength of the planet - strong planet) and sixth Mercury or Venus (based on the strength of planets).
I agree for the most part, but would point out it depends on the nature of the questions. This...In my experience asking multiple questions tends to detract from the purity of the horary and suggests a more confused rationale.
...is an excellent example of what you're talking about. But, sometimes, uh, extremely infrequently, there are situations in which several questions are inextricably linked and related, and so the actions taken by Querent are dependent upon the other events related to the other questions.Normally there are not two things which burn in your mind equally at the same time. It's unlikely that there would ever be a 'pure' horary question where you ask "Does she really love me and oh by the way will I get that job".
I would consider that to be one question, since -- assuming the Querent is granted the job -- the working conditions and success (or failure) of the Querent will also be shown (at least within the time frame of the Horary). There are two techniques for delineating multiple questions in Horary, but I won't discuss them in detail in order to discourage multiple questions.So I think answering one question is better, but that question may have a couple of other addendums to it, so multiple questions like: "Will I get the job, and will I enjoy working there" is fine by me for example.
There are two techniques for delineating multiple questions in Horary, but I won't discuss them in detail in order to discourage multiple questions.
Tikana said:people have done it.. you can take a look at Louis'examples
he also put in his book OR OR OR
William Lilly had done that many times
BobZemco said:You'd have to look at Bonatti, Dariot, Zael and the older works.
An example of a multiple question WILLIAM LILLY'S WAR CHARTS article By David Plant http://skyscript.co.uk/CA455.htmlI'm not really sure what you're saying Lilly did many times, but he only has one example of a "should" question, no examples of multiple questions on different topics from the same chart, and no "or" questions unless it was related (such as if a horse was lost or stolen)
Doing multiple questions from the same horary chart is a really simple process. You just delinate the chart one way, and then you go back and do it over again looking at a different significator. However, I can only recall ever having done this at one time, but the questions were still kind of related. The querent had just gone through a very difficult time in life (checked themselves into a mental facility, etc) and had met two new people and wanted to know if those relationships were going to be helpful to her. It was fortunate that one relationship was specifically in a romantic context while the other was specifically in a friendship context. So, while maybe not exactly two different questions, it was a similar question on two different matters.