|Christopher Warnock, Esq.|
|Criminal Case Example Horary|
|Lilly's Rules for Lawsuits|
TOPWhen I am asked a criminal case horary question, like any horary question, I cast a horoscope for the time of the asking of the question. Rather than examining the birth of a person, I look to the birth of the question. As always I am guided by William Lilly's Christian Astrology first published in 1647. Lilly provides Rules for Lawsuits which also apply to criminal cases. The first house and its ruler represent the querent (person asking the question) the seventh house represents the prosecutor and the tenth house represents the judge. The Moon signifies the jury and we look to the fourth house to represent the final outcome of the matter.
TOPTo ask "How Will My Criminal Case Turn Out?" first order on the Payment Page then Contact by phone or e-mail. Full payment must be received before I provide an analysis. I do not do free or reduced rate horary questions. No exceptions! For an e-mail question while I will use the time that I receive and understand the question as a back-up I also need to know:
TOPAs soon as your payment is received I will call you or e-mail you with an analysis of your criminal case question. I will then mail you a detailed two to three page written analysis answering your question, along with all relevant astrological information, including an astrological chart of your question. Each question receives my personal attention as Renaissance astrology is too complex to be produced by a computer program.