Lee Lehman on Horary, A Question of Method: How to Consult the Cosmos

Thursday evening July 23rd and Saturday July 25th, The South Florida Astrological Association presents a Zoom workshop with a pioneer in the modern revival of horary Lee Lehman.

Both seasoned practitioners as well as those uninitiated to the art of horary will benefit greatly through Lee’s refined teaching method and expertise. In this three-pronged approach, Lee begins with the prerequisite fundamentals needed to engage in horary questions. In the second of these three presentations she expounds on the framework of horary charts, including questions, houses, and significators. Part three explores this technique in-depth with clear and potent examples.


July 23rd Thursday evening 7:00pm – 9:30pm EDT
“What you need to know before you start a horary?”
July 25th Saturday morning 10am – 12:30pm EDT
“Questions, houses and who’s who with examples”
Saturday afternoon 1:30pm- 4:00pm EDT
“Three types of questions in depth”

Please enjoy lunch from 12:30pm -1:30pm.

Registration fee: $75.00 (17% savings off full price).

Zoom Workshop

This event is open to anyone who wishes to enroll, and all recordings will be provided to those who register and the appropriate link to attend will be sent out in advance.

We recommend “The Martial Art of Horary Astrology” as a reference. You may order a personally autographed book through Lee here.

About the speaker:

In her four decade development as an astrologer, practical application is one persistent hallmark which has defined Lee Lehman. Lee has a Ph.D. in Botany from Rutgers University. She is author of The Ultimate Asteroid Book (1988), Essential Dignities (1989), The Book of Rulerships (1992), Classical Astrology for Modern Living (1996), The Martial Art of Horary Astrology (2002), Astrology of Sustainability (2011), Traditional Medical Astrology (2011), Classical Solar Returns (2012), The Magic of Electional Astrology (2014), Learning Classical Horary Astrology: Notes & Workbook (2017), and a translation from the French of Papus’ Astrology for Initiates. She teaches at  Midwest School of AstrologyAvalon School of Astrology, and Kepler College. She is a Tutor for the School of Traditional Astrology, both in horary, and in a medical course which she has designed. Her online courses, Classical Studies (natal, electional, gaming, mundane and weather prediction), bring classical astrology to the forefront as an astrological system.
Her Perennial Herbal takes ancient astrological herbalism onto the web. Lee was the recipient of the 1995 Marc Edmund Jones Award, and the recipient of the 2008 Regulus Award for Education.

You can find out more at Lee’s website.

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