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Re: Do aspects have to be applying to be a ‘yes’ answer

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There are "dexter" = to the right, i.e squares which can be read as positive and almost the same as trines.

There are "sinister" = to the left, i.e squares which are (as their name suggests) sinister and negative.

This can affect an interpretation, of course. If it's an applying "bad" square with no reception, it's pretty difficult. If it's a "good" applying square with no reception it's a situation that can be some help, and if it's a square with reception, it can be an even better outcome. [/b]
Thanks for the explanation. So Moon in Pisces square L7 Sag Sun is a dexter square, right? Sun has mild reception towards Moon (by Face). In this case the square is still helpful?


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Re: Do aspects have to be applying to be a ‘yes’ answer

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Thanks for the explanation. So Moon in Pisces square L7 Sag Sun is a dexter square, right? Sun has mild reception towards Moon (by Face). In this case the square is still helpful?
Yes and yes - PROVIDED THAT the degrees of the 2 planets are within their moiety.

For instance, if Moon in Pisces was at 25deg and Sun in Sag was at 14 deg, then there is NOT an applying aspect and 'dexter' or sympathetic square is irrelevant in Horary.

Moon at later degrees than Sun is not applying so you need to check the degrees and see which planets are in close degrees (e.g within about 5 degrees).
Then, before you consider the Signs they're in, you need to see whether or not the planet has any dignity or not in that Sign because that also influences the positivity or negativity of the outcome.

This quote from Professor Ben Dykes book Traditional Astrology for Today, An Introduction should help you. It's a fairly inexpensive little book and contains a great deal of useful information.

You might find his definition of "Applying, application" useful:

When a planet is in a state of connection, moving so as to make the connection exact. Planets assembled together or in aspect by sign and not yet connected by the relevant degrees, are only "wanting" to be connected.
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