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Christopher Warnock, Esq.
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As an attorney with other 20 years in practice I am uniquely qualified to use astrology to deal with legal questions and use horary astrology to advise on whether or not to pursue a lawsuit and what the likely outcome of that suit will be. Here are further biographical details.

Judging Civil Case Horary Questions
How to Ask "Should I Sue?"
How Do I Order the Horary Question "Should I Sue?"
What Does A Civil Case Horary Analysis Consist Of?


Judging Civil Case Horary Questions

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Law is the Fire of Princes
When I am asked a civil 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. The first house and its ruler represent the querent (person asking the question) the seventh house represents their opponent 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.
By examining the strength and weakness of the house rulers and their aspects we can glean much information about the events that have taken and will take place in the case. For example, if there is an applying aspect between the significators of the plaintiff and defendant, particularly a good aspect with reception, we would expect that the case would settle. The key indication is the relative strength of the querent and their opponent; the party with strongest and best placed planet wins the case.
I have provided an astrological chart, analysis and the actual results of a civil case in a Civil Case Example Horary.


How to Ask "Should I Sue?"

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To ask "Should I Sue?" first order on the Payment Page then Contact me and send me your question. Full payment must be received before I provide an analysis.


How Do I Order the Horary Question "Should I Sue?"

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For information on ordering a horary reading or getting a horary question answered including payment options and cost please follow the Order Link. Please Contact me for further order information. Full payment must be received before I provide an analysis. I do not do free or reduced rate horary readings. No exceptions!


What Does A Civil Case Horary Analysis Consist Of?

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As soon as your payment is received I will call you or e-mail you with an analysis of your civil 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.
I am also available for further discussion of the practical implications of your question via e-mail and phone after you receive your written analysis.


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