Querent And Quesited

The Querent is the party who proposes the question, the Quesited the party of whom the enquiry is made. In horary questions, as before observed, the ascendant is invariably given to him who asks the question, if un-elated but if related, the lord of that house which has signification of the relationship. Its various contingencies are shewn a before. The Q is used by most authors in the symbols relating- to horary questions. It is accounted of the nature of the fortunes 11 and being supposed to...

Signs Of Poverty

Signs of poverty, and an unfortunate Horoscope, are the O and in d semiquartile, sesquiquadrate or parallel of T or IjL These are the worst positions but even these are increased by being in angles. and ) in the same aspects to , is highly unfortunate but T is the true author of trouble, and the source (under Divine Providence) whence proceeds the iron hand of griping poverty, and the perpetual mishaps of life, whereby the native is born to trouble even as the sparks fly upwards. The O or D...

Astrological Portents

METEORS, AND UNUSUAL CELESTIAL PHENOMENA, The ancjent Astrologers, in these particulars, were accustomed to pay peculiar attention to that part or quarter of hea< -yen in which these celestial.appearances were first seen added to.which, they observed in what constellation of heaven, an< near what fixed stars of eminence, they were posited, in respect to their longitude, . They tfso deduced'a system of presages from their color, shape, resemblance to swords, crowns, halo's, wands, flames of...

To Thb Cavbzb Masir

My Bookseller tell* me the demand for those my papers incrtatu daily** In again reverting to the interesting subject of planetary influence, I cannot but express my warmest and most grateful acknowledgments, for the kind support (and I might, without vanity, subjoin applause,) which my waitings nave uniformly received, from the liberal said enlightened of almost every class of readers. Scarcely has the Sun rolled thrice through the vaulted heaven, since the author first boldly adventured his...

The Divisions Of The Twelve Signs

The seodiao being a great circle of the sphere, is divided into three hundred and sixty degrees, every degree is subdivided into sixty other divisions, called minutes, and eVery minute into sixty seconds, thirds, fourths, and farther, if necessary. Northern Signs. Southern Signs. in. Scorpio f dagittarius vp Capricornu* ss Aquarius X IPfsce* These signs are placed above, so that the student may most readily discern which are opposite to each other thus Aries is opposite to Libra, Leo to...

K

Denotes death by drowning, shipwreck, ruin of old buildings, and poison. Fiery signs r Q i are indicative of death by fire, thunder, lightning, explosions, and gun-shots. Airy signs n sa by falls from high places, beheading, strangling, or hanging. Watery signs s ffl X by drowning, fluids, or superabundant moisture. Earthy signs 0 tip yp by casualties, falls, and suffocation. Humane signs n a 2 denotes death by human means, but still violent, when the luminaries are afflicted therein. The...

Peculiar To The Planetary Orbs

Can mortal strength presume to soar so high I Can mortal tight so oftfcedimm'd with teats Such glory bear for Io, the shadows fly From nature's face i confusion disappears And order charuiS the re, and harmony the car ' Herschel, or (afe some Astrologers term this planet) Uranus, having been so recently discovered, that no one living has seen more than one half his celestial revolution through the fields of space, it cannot be expected that a complete system of his Astrological effects could...

B

While in former times it might be compared to a mighty Colossus that overstrode all other sciences, commanding the submissive homage of kings and princes or, like the bright star of the morning, heralding the path of learning, and en- lightening the way to knowledge In modern times, it has not unfrequently, in its etherial circuit, asserted its supremacy above other perishable arts by some remarkable prediction or curious coincidence, as the fashion of the day is pleased to term it that could...

Cbxsstxax Scibitce

OR THE ART OF FORETELLING FUTURE EVENTS, By the influences of the Heavenly Bodies. 1. An historical narration of the antiquity and verity of Astrology. 1 Elementary Principles or the Sci-' ence comprising a complete system of the Universe according to modern Astronomers. 8. The Natures of the Twelve Signs, the Houses of Heaven, tbe Planetary Orbs, the Fixed Stars, amp c. amp c. 4. Tbe art of casting a Figure or Theme of Heaven, or Scheme of Nativity, for any time whatever, by Perpetual Tables....

M repectfuttp efcatetr

With the most exalted opinion of his unrivalled talents and with the heartfelt wish, that beneficent stars may henceforth shower down upon him their selectest influence in order that mankind, in general, may long continue to enjoy that feast of intellectual pleasure, which the author of this work, in common with thousands, has ever derived from the perusal of his inimitable labors in the field of literature. f All Letters or Communications to EAPBAEL, The Author of this Work Are requested to be...

Manual Of Astrology

Beautiful stars, in other days The prophet's eyes might read your rays, And tell of many a strange event Of warfare and of warning sent.' HISTORICAL AND INTRODUCTORY REMARKS on the ANTIQUITY, VERITY, and UTILITY op the SCIENCE. THE celestial science termed Astrology, or the doctrine of the stars, may be properly defined the art of foreknowing and predicting future events, by the motions, positions, configurations, and influences of the planetary orbs, and various celestial phenomena as...