Divinatory Art of Horary Astrology with Wade Caves

Divinatory Art of Horary Astrology with Wade Caves

Two-day workshop, August 7 and 8, 2021
12:00pm – 5:00pm U.S. Eastern time each day

Horary astrology is a remarkably decisive technique that allows both astrologer and client to cut to the chase of a seemingly unsolvable dilemma. Through chart delineation, the client’s range of options are assessed and thoroughly explored. In this workshop, we will study the guiding principles of horary technique, using both historical and modern examples. We will explore charts related to relationships and pregnancy, career and finance, missing objects and more, with an eye to what is generalizable across fields of questioning. Practicum heavy. Suitable for all levels, regardless of prior horary experience


Aug 07 - 08 2021


12:00 pm - 5:00 pm




  • Wade Caves
    Wade Caves
    Guest Speaker

    Wade Caves, based in NYC, is an astrological consultant and educator specialising in horary, electional and classical astrological technique. He was certified with honours from the Mayo School of Astrology and has expert knowledge of both traditional and modern psychological methods of chart delineation. He received his certification as a horary practitioner from the School of Traditional Astrology (STA) in 2013, and now serves as a faculty member. He delivers the Practitioner’s Level Horary Course as an intensive attendance program and online. Wade’s passion is understanding the historical and philosophical origins of astrological symbolism, and finding reliable ways to put this information to practical use in consultation. Wade has a busy consultation practice, lectures widely and publishes frequently through journal articles and online podcasts. He is the editor and annotator of the 300th anniversary edition of William Lilly’s History of His Life and Times (Rubedo Press, 2015). Website: http://wadecaves.com. Email: hello@wadecaves.com.

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