Lost or Stolen objects

Finding lost or stolen objects in Horary Astrology

People ask Tarot readers about mislaid or stolen items, where they can find a lover or relationship, or perhaps which direction to move home or work. Horary Astrology comes to the rescue.

At an elemental level, finding objects is self-explanatory.

Places of Objects

Fire

Middle height or level, near a wall, by a fire or heat source, near something that is iron or steel

Water

In water, lowlands, near moisture. Fountains, bathrooms, oil tanks, liquid containers.

Air

Upper level, above ground, upstairs, near windows, fresh air.

Earth

On the ground, in the earth. By a bridge. Concrete or pavements

The Triplicities show how easy something is found:

Angular

The lost object is in its usual place: nearby, quick and easy to find

Succedent

The object is not in its usual place, and will take longer to find. However, it is usually nearby, outside, or in an outbuilding such as a garage, or in the garden

Cadent

Either far off, or close by, but hidden and almost impossible to find. This will take time to find, usually indirectly by a third-party

The zodiac signs narrow down the direction:

  • Aries: East
  • Taurus: South by East
  • Gemini: West by South
  • Cancer: North
  • Leo: East by North
  • Virgo: South by West
  • Libra: West
  • Scorpio: North by East
  • Sagittarius: East by South
  • Capricorn: South
  • Aquarius: West by North
  • Pisces: North by West

The Houses follow the compass directions:

  1. East
  2. ENE
  3. NNE
  4. North
  5. NNW
  6. WNW
  7. West
  8. WSW
  9. SSW
  10. South
  11. SSE
  12. ESE

Most Querents will need more detailed information, and for this we look at the zodiac signs:

The Emperor in the Book of ThothAries

Sandy or hilly grounds. Lonely areas. Engineering works, where heat and iron are used. The roof and roof space. Blood.

The Hierophant in the Book of ThothTaurus

Cellars, low rooms, feeding grounds, banks, safe deposit boxes, rooms, farm buildings, storerooms.

The Lovers in the Book of ThothGemini

Studies, libraries, cars, trains, buses, schools. Drawers, containers, filing cabinets. Car garages. Among papers or books. Mountains, where people come and go.

The Chariot in the Book of ThothCancer

Oceans, rivers, running water, lakes, springs, trenches, pumps, laundry rooms. Near water or food. The womb, the grave, cemeteries. Locations where mothering or nurturing takes place.

Lust in the Book of ThothLeo

Parks, woods, forests, wild areas, jungle, playgrounds, amusement parks, entertainment establishments. Theatres, palaces, forts, ostentatious buildings. Rocky or high locations. Fireplaces, furnaces, chimneys, ovens. Showy, glamorous locations.

The Hermit in the Book of ThothVirgo

Inside a pocket or container. Pantries, storage locations of food and dairy products, granaries. Offices, studies, sick-rooms, medicine cabinets. Utilitarian areas.

Adjustment in the Book of ThothLibra

Attics, mountain tops, hill-sides, stony or sandy ground, fresh air, wardrobes, elevated locations, bookshelves.

Death in the Book of ThothScorpio

Rubbish tips, rubbish bins, near water, infestations where cockroaches, rats, plumbing, kitchens, wash rooms, cemeteries. Stagnant water, where flooding occurs. Underground tunnels, secret drawers, hidden or haunted sites.

Art tarot card in the Book of ThothSagittarius

Mountains, hills with trees, highlands. Large, upper rooms, fireplaces. Churches, sports arenas. Horses, stables. Areas close to the ceiling

The Devil in the Book of ThothCapricorn

Dark locations, barren fields, bushy or thorny land. Tool houses, low places, depressed locations.  Business areas. Farmyard equipment.

The StarAquarius

Hilly uneven ground, sites recently dug up, stone quarries, vineyards. Areas off the floor.  Machinery, lecture rooms, computers, aircraft, modern technology. Air conditioning, draughty areas. Upstairs rooms.

The Moon in the Book of ThothPisces

Coastal areas, marshy ground, rivers, aquariums, pumps, religious areas. Liquids, chemicals, oils, healing techniques. Hospitals, clinics, jails. Dark rooms, cinemas. Cold damp floors, carpets. Areas that flood.

Locations Represented by the Houses

First – Self

Where the querent spends long periods.  On the querent’s body, in the querent’s room, at the front of the house.

Second – Finance

Vaults, where valuables are kept.

Third – Siblings

Local neighbourhood, library, books, neighbours’ home, where one has recently visited, friends of children, local transport.

Fourth – home, water

Watery places, the kitchen, basement, plumbing. Father’s room. Old people’s home, historical places, graveyards.

Fifth – gambling, sports

Child’s room, stock market, gambling establishments, theatres, nightclubs, romantic locations, with a mistress, at a resort.

Sixth – workplace

The workplace, doctors surgery, shops, restaurants. Inside something. Military base, co-worker’s home, zoo.

Seven – partner, legal

Where the partner spends the most time. Spouse’s room, lawyer’s office, the law courts, the Tarot Reader, the father’s home

Eight – water

Near water, bathrooms, waste disposal, surgery, operating rooms, mortuaries, detectives, brothel

Nine – abroad, travel

Far away, different country, with strangers. High locales, shelves, the attic, air plane, airport. College, church, courtroom, in-laws, publishers, wedding

Ten – government, business

Hallway, parent’s room,. Business premises, Government buildings, structural parts of a building, administrators, courthouse, employer, landlord, public place.

Eleven – friends, politics

Clubs, lodges, meeting places, Congress, Parliament, acquaintances, foster child or god-child, charitable organisations. Places where the querent hopes or desires.

Twelve – hidden locales

Hospitals, pharmacies, zoos, prisons, mental institutions, social security offices, ashrams, monasteries, hidden places, of prayer and meditation, mysterious zones, sick room, doctors office, clinic.

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Finding lost or stolen objects using hoarary astrology in tarot
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Finding lost or stolen objects in a tarot is easier if you know the horary attributions that can be applied to tarot cards
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2 thoughts on “Lost or Stolen objects”

  1. Hi this is a great guide, and thank you for sharing it, but how would you do the predicting? Using a special spread? Drawing one card? thank you

    1. Hi Maria,

      you can either use an astrology based tarot spread, or use the Opening of The Key Tarot spread, which I describe on Supertarot.

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