Once you have asked your question and the hourly chart has been drawn up for the place and time where the question was received, it remains to be judged whether this natal chart can be interpreted or not. Indeed, it is rather peculiar when it comes to hourly and divinatory astrology, for a chart to be valid, it must meet certain criteria:
First of all, it is necessary to make sure that the master planets of the significators of the question (master of the 1st house for the consultant and master of the house concerned, the 2nd for money matters or the 5th for love, for example) are well in relation by aspects (conjunction, sextile, trine, etc.) when another person is concerned, the spouse or the partner for example, it is symbolized by the master of the 7th house. If this is not the case, there is no need to continue the interpretation.
If the ascendant or the Moon are in the first 3 degrees of a sign, the question is premature. If it is in the last 3 degrees, it is too late, all bets are off.
The presence of the lunar nodes or Saturn in the first house should also encourage caution or restraint. This means, in the case of the lunar nodes, that something hidden is influencing the issue, or that something is blocking the situation for Saturn.
In light of the above, if the theme is not interpretable, it may mean that the question is poorly asked. Try rephrasing it. In the case of a question asked too early, you can try your luck again in the next lunation.
…… to be continued