William Lilly -- 1647
CHRISTIAN ASTROLOGY MODESTLY TREATED OF IN THREE BOOKS THE FIRST CONTAINING THE USE OF AN EPHEMERIS, the erecting of a scheam of Heaven; nature of the twelve Signs of the Zodiack, of the Planets; with a most easie Introduction To the whole Art of Astrology.
THE SECOND, BY A MOST METHODICAL WAY INSTRUCTETH the Student how to Judge or Resolve all manner of Questions contingent unto Man, viz. of Health, Sickness, Riches, Marriage, Preferment, Journies, &c. Severall Questions inferred and Judged.
THE THIRD, CONTAINS AN EXACT MEOTH, WHEREBY TO
Judge upon Nativities; severall ways how to rectifie them; How to judge the generall fate of the Native by the twelve Houses of Heaven, according to the naturall influence of the STARS: How his particular and Annuall Accidents, by the Art of Direction, and its exact measure of
Time by Profections, Revolutions, Transits. A Nativity judged by the Method preceding.
The Second Edition Corrected, and Amended.
By WILLIAM LILLY Student of Astrology.
Omne meum nil meum. Nihil dictum, quod non dictum prius
LONDON Printed by John Macock 1659
THE RESOLUTION of all manner of Q U E S T I 0 N S and D E M A N D S.
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