Querent


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Querent

(religion, spiritualism, and occult)

In horary astrology, the individual asking the question is referred to as the querent.

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In this study, the Querent analytics suite is able to utilize data available in the first 30 days of admission and classification to correctly identify which residents are likely to be placed in BIU programming at any point in their current incarceration 82 percent of the time.
Advanced analytics suites such as Querent deliver improved predictions and insights by considering a broader range of variables from data and history already collected by corrections organizations.
Inevitably, the relationship between reader and querent involves back and forth and is therefore playful.
In keeping with the understanding of Tarot as an aid on the personal quest to individuation, contemporary decks are commonly designed for use in "spreads" or patterns that effectively relate the cards to the querent and his or her question.
Another magazine contains a discussion of crystal-gazing, in which the author candidly points out, "The psyche of the psychic must contact the universal psyche, then isolate and concentrate on the psyche of the consulting querent. In the case of the crystal-gazer, nothing whatever takes place within the ball itself.
One querent wanted a word analogous to hysteria, for the behavior of men under stress.
At Delphi, the human querent was enjoined to acknowledge the divine essence of the sacred answerer before being admitted to his presence.
Intended more for those who are already familiar with the basics of Tarot readings and seek advanced ways to apply their technique or add creative twists, Tarot Outside The Box includes how to read without a querent, interactive readins, original spreads, creative writing with the Tarot, comparative Tarot methods, combination Tarot, and much more.