Koen Van de moortel
From his book Astro-Logics, Ghent, Belgium 2002, pages 100-102.
Abstract -- Horary astrology seems ideal for testing because it produces concrete yes/no answers. But its rules are often ambiguous and subject to disagreement even though they are said to be based on years of experience. So why the disagreement? Its concrete answers should have produced agreement, not disagreement. Evidently something is wrong with the way astrologers draw conclusions from experience [a process explored in the articles on artifacts under Problem Areas]. Four references.Full article including this abstract 4m 49kb Home Fast-Find Index