Want a little brush-up or extension of your horary technique? This class is for you! We will cover three common types of horary questions and spend our time learning through examples. Weekly outline: Job questions from the job seeker Job questions from the business Business opportunities Buying and selling Questions on the edge of these … Continue reading “Horaries: Jobs, Business Decisions, Buy/Sell with J. Lee Lehman, PhD”
The way to pick a winner depends on the dynamics of the sport in question. This lecture considers what factors produce different winning signatures. It also takes up a number of factors which sporting statistics can address, such as the magnitude of the relocation effect.
In order to understand the coming events of the next fifty years, we have to also understand the environmental stresses of Pluto going through Saturn’s signs. This lecture presents a history of those events, and how it will apply as we move forward.
When beginners to horary have problems, the change with which they have the most difficulty is assigning the people in the question to the right houses. In this workshop, we will review how to pick the houses that a question demands.
With the problems raised by modern interpretations of the planets, both inner and outer,it is time to return to a more extensive study of classical sources on rulership. A systematic source for determining the classical rulership for something, this reference is an adjunct for anyone practicing classical style horary, or wishing to add clissical methods … Continue reading “The Book of Rulerships-Keywords for Classical Astrology by Dr. J.Lee Lehman, Ph.D.”
Astrology’s close linkage with natural philosophy meant that the development of ways to examine the soul in astrology first followed philosophical ideas, and then medical ones. Lee will examine these two different approaches, and their astrological signatures, and how medical principles changed the concept of soul.
If we are honest about it, the old cartoon, “If my natal chart were a horary, the answer would be no!” is true. This fact should not be disturbing to us as astrologers, but instead should be the demonstration for why our craft is so needed to understand life. A statement of “no” is merely … Continue reading “When the Chart Says “No” with Lee Lehman”
Solar returns employ the astrological technique of reading the next year’s activity for a chart calculated for when the transiting Sun returns to its natal position. Almost every Western astrologer has tried to use solar returns. However, there have been so many methods proposed, that the beginner in this technique is often bewildered about how … Continue reading “Classical Solar Returns by J. Lee Lehman”