SIMULCAST, Russia: Boris Boiko: On the Invisible Things: Horary Astrology on the Thoughts of the Client
Horary questions concerning hidden or absent things occupy an important place in astrological art. In fact, most of the manuals for astrologers describing the rules and methods of horary practice include special sections concerning the search of missing things, the search of hidden things and treasures, as well as lost people. However, another area of issues is less known, but no less important: the area related to the hidden thoughts of a querent. This lecture covers the rules and techniques presented in Arabic and Indian astrologies on how to read the querent’s mind.
Boris Boiko, Moscow, Russia, ISAR C.A.P., is an internationally certified professional astrologer and international trainer for the ISAR certification programs. He has been working as a professional astrologer since 1990 – teaching, consulting, and writing on astrology.
Boris is the Head of the AGAM – Academy of Global Astrology and Metainformation – an astrology school in Moscow, an ISAR affiliated school, whose programs correspond to the international astrology educational standards. He has organized several international astrological conferences and seminars in Russia since 1993. He is the author of special educational programs in Hindu and Tibetan astrology and teaches internationally Jyotisha and Tibetan astrology.
Translator, editor, and publisher of several books on Jyotisha, Western traditional astrology and Buddhism. Editor of the astrological magazine The Wheel of Time. Co-founder of the Russian Union for Professional Astrologers.
Boris was awarded the special diploma of the Institute of Traditional Knowledge, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan (New Delhi, India) “for spreading and support of Indian astrology in Russia.”