Horary questions

Horary is a specific branch of Astrology whereby the astrologer casts a chart for the moment a question is received. Practised for centuries, it works on the premise that you are part of the unfolding Cosmos; if you are moved to ask a particular question, the answer also exists in that moment which can be read in the sky.

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Horary is a wonderful resource for getting clarification on a situation, or understanding the shape of dynamics at hand. It can be used for personal situations, legal matters, the sale or purchase of a property, or even to get a feel for how your family vacation will play out. The chart is an ongoing energy that remains active.

I approach Horary from the viewpoint that it is less about the astrologer telling you what to do, and more about offering clarification so you can make your own choices. Hearing about your situation from an objective view often allows you to see the situation as it is; not clouded by past experience or emotion.

Once your question is posed, I will cast a chart from which I will read the symbolism. This can indicate past, present and future events, physical descriptors of people and places, as well as location or direction of people, pets and missing objects, to name a few.

If you don’t have a clear question, detailing the events can help solidify one. This can be done in the first question box below. I might follow up with you to make sure I understand your question before casting the chart. If you’re having trouble forming your question, wait for the situation to arise again and ask in that moment, because what you want to know should be clear. Bookmark this page for easy access.

Once your question is submitted you will be directed to a payment page. All of my readings are offered on a sliding scale, with the base rate for Horary questions being $75. Once payment is received I will judge your Horary and send you my findings via email. This could be in written, audio or video format. I will not read your question if payment is not made. *All Horary questions are free for refugees and people incarcerated, or facing incarceration. Please contact Dru before posing a question if this applies to you.

I would appreciate knowing the result of the outcome once it arises for you. This allows us to continue to see timing points within the chart, and glean understanding from hindsight.

You can read more about Dru, and what others have to say about their experience with Dru.

Thanks for your trust with this issue and I look forward to judging your Horary,

~ Dru

Things to consider when asking a Horary:

Horary questions can only be asked once. If you have already asked an astrologer this question, please follow up with them, or ask a different question here.

Horary doesn’t work with flippant questions. It also doesn’t work when being tested. There are charts that say “Invalid question.” If your chart says this, you will be refunded.

If you’re enquiring about a missing object, a question can be asked once all other avenues have been exhausted. That means turning the house upside down, retracing your steps, asking others etc. The chart will not help if you haven’t looked.

You cannot enquire about an issue that does not personally impact you. Questions such as,”Who will win the next election?” are not valid unless you are personally one of the candidates, or you are asking about your partner, friend, colleague etc who is involved. You need to be personally connected to the situation.

Questions can only be asked about an existing situation. Asking, “Will I get the job?” when you haven’t even applied for it yet, is an example of an invalid question. The situation needs to be current and in motion.

You can ask anything! While Horary is great for finding missing objects and giving us insight into relational dynamics, it can also be approached as a helpful tool. This means you can ask a question about an upcoming course or retreat, or a vacation you’re taking by yourself or with family, or a new staff member at work. Horary then offers you a chart that stays active, giving you an energetic profile of that person or situation with timing points for when events will unfold or come to conclusion.

Horary is a great resource for offering timing. If you’re asking about a potential job, noting the date and time of the job interview can be helpful. If asking about health concerns, noting the date of diagnosis, or when the issue started, can be helpful. These are not essential to ask a question, however.

A Horary chart can not offer what the Natal chart doesn’t promise. At the end of the form you are asked to submit your birth data. Along with your Horary chart, I will check your chart for what energy is available to you based on current transits and planetary periods. If you are wanting something that your Natal chart is not giving the green light to, there is nothing a Horary chart can do to fix that. I will endeavour to explain the situation and circumstances that the Horary chart describes, and it is up to you to decide what you do.

An Astrologer cannot make life choices for you. I will explain the symbolism that I read in your chart so that you can make informed choice. Ultimately, responsibility lies with you as to what action you take after receiving your answer.

Do you really want an answer?” is a great question to ask yourself before casting a Horary. I do not make up the answers to your Horary, nor do I hold any bias about the outcome. I read the symbolism reflected in the chart. By asking a Horary you are consenting to receiving, both, an answer you are happy with, and one you may not like.

Ask a Horary Question

By submitting this question, I acknowledge that my question is sincere and give consent to Dru to read my Horary. (required)

  • Once you press the button above, your question will be submitted and you will be directed to an external link for payment. I will begin working on your Horary question once payment is received. Based on how Horary works, I will not read your question without payment.

Client testimony

I had been struggling to make an important career decision, so I reached out to Dru for a horary chart reading. Wish I had done that SO much sooner!

Dru’s reading was incredibly illuminating and insightful, as well as compassionate and supportive. It gave me the clarity I so much needed AND the confidence to push forward in order to achieve my goals. It’s been 3 months now and I already started to see things unfolding. I am blown away by their wisdom!

Dru is not only a brilliant astrologer, but also has an incredibly warm, supportive and intuitive personality. I highly recommend Dru! ~ J.L.

Dru’s help with my questions have been extremely valuable and fascinating. I have appreciated their insights and knowledge around the subjects I’ve inquired about.

Asking my questions not only has helped solidify my own boundaries and feelings around the situations but has also gave me the opportunity to see things from different perspectives.

If you have a burning question in mind and you need some guidance I would not hesitate to contact Dru! ~ S.C.

Sliding Scale

All readings are offered on a sliding scale. Sliding scale options mean that you choose the tier of payment that suits your income. Life is not a level playing field and it is important to me that my services remain accessible to everyone, regardless of their financial situation.

The lowest price you see for each reading is the base rate. If you are in a financial situation that enables you to pay more than the base rate, please do. This is an honour system. There is no judgement in how much you pay, or difference in the service you receive. If you are unsure of how much to pay, suggested tiers can be found here.

If you are not able to pay the full amount upfront a payment plan is available in 3 instalments prior to the date of your reading, and a limited number of free check in readings are available each month for anyone experiencing financial hardship. Horary questions are free for refugees and incarcerated persons, or those facing incarceration.

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