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Unread 08-26-2012, 09:09 AM
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Can horary prediction change by a change in approach towards a matter??

for example I want to participate in a work that will be held later some time (eg: 4 months from the query itself) and the prediction is that I will succeed in the tasks done in that work.

Now If I suddenly change my mind and decide not to participate in that work, is that change in mind temporary and I will somehow end up participating in that work or does my change in my changes everything and the prediction in no more applicable?

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Unread 08-27-2012, 10:00 PM
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Re: Can horary prediction change by a change in approach towards a matter??

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for example I want to participate in a work that will be held later some time (eg: 4 months from the query itself) and the prediction is that I will succeed in the tasks done in that work.

Now If I suddenly change my mind and decide not to participate in that work, is that change in mind temporary and I will somehow end up participating in that work or does my change in my changes everything and the prediction in no more applicable?

The horary cannot 'force' you to do anything. It advises about possible directions and probabilities. It cannot change what IS.

So, if you ask about the profitability of a certain direction and it agrees it is favorable, you can still change your mind and go some other way. Same as if it told you that a specific decision did not look great; you could still go ahead anyway and be none the wiser of the alternatives.

Look at it like meteorology; if it forcasts rain, you are still prepared by bringing an umbrella. If it ends up being sunny, you then have shade.
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Re: Can horary prediction change by a change in approach towards a matter??

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The horary cannot 'force' you to do anything. It advises about possible directions and probabilities. It cannot change what IS.

So, if you ask about the profitability of a certain direction and it agrees it is favorable, you can still change your mind and go some other way. Same as if it told you that a specific decision did not look great; you could still go ahead anyway and be none the wiser of the alternatives.

Look at it like meteorology; if it forcasts rain, you are still prepared by bringing an umbrella. If it ends up being sunny, you then have shade.
thanks for clearing it up
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Unread 09-05-2012, 04:17 PM
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Re: Can horary prediction change by a change in approach towards a matter??

Yes I agree too.
I once contacted a horary specialist about two situations that seemed super important at that time and the horary astrologer predicted good outcomes for both situations, he said that I shouldn't worry. Anyway, several weeks later I was indifferent about the situation! The horary chart didn't see that coming. I always thought that the horary chart can see where the querent will be emotionally in the near future. But it doesn't. My particular situations don't bother me anymore and I am still indifferent. So I guess the outcome he predicted was true, in a way.
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Unread 09-09-2012, 05:09 AM
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Re: Can horary prediction change by a change in approach towards a matter??

Hi,

I think as Horary is very question driven, if the question is still relevant at a given moment in time later, the Horary should still be valid. An eg: If you asked in a relationship question, where one partner may have just left the other: will he come back? And, if the Horary gives a clear answer, say, yes, then normally he should. However, the situation can still change in terms of the overall outcome (will you two get back into a relationship with one another). Say, after some months you are yourself not interested in the person anymore, he might still return, but the sitation has changed, hence the overall outcome, too will be different than desired for when framing the specific question (will he return).

Thus the prediction may not change in relation to a 'specific' question raised (the person did come back). However, the general outcome did (you were not interested anymore). Hence, the circumstances may change (you're not interested later/found someone else, etc), which may change the overall outcome (no relationship with that person). However, the specific 'question-relevant' outcome often may remain (nonetheless he comes back).

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