Horary Practitioner, The

Full title:

  • The Horary Practitioner: a Quarterly Journal of Traditional Horary Astrology (Apr. 1989 – Jan. 1993)
  • The Horary Practitioner: a Journal of Traditional Horary Astrology (Apr. 1995)
  • The Horary Practitioner: a Journal of Traditional Horary Astrology including: the Electional Practitioner and the Classical Natal Astrologer: a Journal of Traditional Horary, Electional and Classical Natal Astrology (1996 – Jan. 1997)
  • The Horary Practitioner: a Journal of Traditional Horary Astrology including articles on Electional, Natal and Mundane Astrology: A Journal of Traditional Astrology: a Teaching Tool for All Branches of Astrology (Jul. 1997 – Jan. 1998)
  • The Horary Practitioner: a Journal of Traditional Horary Astrology including: the Electional Practitioner and the Classical Natal Astrologer: A Journal of Traditional & Classical Astrology; a Teaching Tool for All Branches of Astrology (Jul. 1998 – Jan. 1999)

Editors:

  • Wiggers, Carol and Puotinen, C. J. (Apr. 1989 – Apr. 1995)
  • Wiggers, Carol (1996 – Jan. 1999)

Publication credits:

  • JustUs & Associates, Issaquah, Washington (all issues)

Holdings:

  • Volume 1, Issue 1, April / May 1989: Lost and Found
  • Volume 1, Issue 2, July / August 1989: Real Estate
  • Volume 1, Issue 3, October / November 1989: Careers –
  • Volume 1, Issue 4, January 20 1990: Investments, Speculation
  • Volume 2, Issue 1: Issue 5, April 20 1990: Marriage & Partnership
  • Extra Edition, Summer 1990: Themes of Issues 1-5 in Review
  • Volume 2, No. 2: Issue 6, July 22 1990: Trials & Lawsuits
  • Volume 2, No. 3: Issue 7, October 20 1990: Children
  • Volume 2, No. 4: Issue 8, January 20, 1991: Timing
  • Volume 3, No. 1: Issue 9, April 20, 1991: Charts That Didn’t Work
  • Volume 3, No. 2: Issue 10, July 20, 1991: Events, Eclipses, Rx Planets
  • Extra Edition, Summer 1991: Themes of Issues 1-10 in Review
  • Volume 3, No. 3: Issue 11, October 23, 1991: Election Charts
  • Volume 3, No. 4: Issue 12, January 20, 1992: Murders, Missing People, Death
  • Volume 4, No. 1: Issue 13, April 20, 1992: Medical Horary (Part 1)
  • Volume 4, No. 2: Issue 14, July 22, 1992: Medical Horary (Part 2)
  • Volume 4, No. 3: Issue 15, October 23, 1992: Travel and Animals
  • Volume 4, No. 4: Issue 16, January 20, 1993: Horary Review
  • Special Issue, April 15, 1995 – JustUs & Associates, Issaquah, Washington, 1995
  • Volume 7, Issue #20, Special Edition 1996: Horary Theme “What’s the Angle?”
  • Volume 8, Issue #21, January 1997: Theme – “Anything and Everything”
  • Volume 8, Issue #22, July 1997: Theme – “Financial Matters of all kinds”
  • Volume 9, Issue #23, January 1998: Theme – “Retrograde Planets and their Effects on the Chart”
  • Volume 9, Issue #24, July 1998: Theme – “Romance and Gaming”
  • Volume 10, Issue #25, January 1999: Theme – “Variety, the Spice of Life”

Binding format and presentation notes:

  • Extra Edition Summer 1990 bound with Extra Edition Summer 1991 in a single volume (probably reprinted thus by Carol Wiggers)
  • There was no nominal issue #17, #18 or #19 published, the three ‘special issues’ accounting for the lapsed numeration
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