International Journal The World Astrology Review, No 3 (51), March 23, 2006
The event forecasting within an hour
Alexander Trounev (Toronto, Canada)
Translated by Liudmila Gavrilova (Cologne, Germany)
In the modern horary astrology are often found questions concerning “near future” events which could be within an hour. There are several methods defining time of such events. The most reliable method is based on the binary chart analysis. It consists of following acts:
Example 1. Take a look at the first chart.
A woman has called me at 1:00 p.m. becoming anxious because of her friend – he didn’t come to a meeting last evening. He didn’t call her and switched off his mobile phone. I offered her to wait 10 minutes and to call me back. During that time the first house corner was passing a combination with the Dragon’s Tail. As she called me back, I have said her that her friend would call her soon. He called her after 25 minutes. Right after his call she called me back. At that time the 7th house corner was combining with the Mars and the Saturn – with the MC. All the time the Mercury was in the 10th house – it is a sign of a successful forecast.
This method has its own exclusions. Look at the second charts. A man called me to make an appointment. He wanted to be in 15 minutes. I have made a chart on the basis of his call and seen the Fortune Wheel in the 7th house which promised me a meeting with my client. Actual he was right after 15 minutes as the 7th house corner of a transit chart combined with the Fortune Wheel.
Comparing the both charts we can see that the Mars – the Lord of the 7th house – takes place in its own house and sign. On the first chart – it was an event sign because of a trine with the Venus – the Lord of the Ascendant. In another case the Fortune Wheel is an event sign of my meeting with the client, but the Mars is also a sign of a client meeting with his business partner after ours. We were saying goodbye to each other right at the moment of the transit chart Ascendant combination with the Dragon’s Tail – it is usually a parting sign.
The first chart.
The second chart.