Of Astrology

He is To eminently dilHnguiihed, by a feries of proportions, mutually connected and dependent, and fornni a complete and unasfwcrablc argument in proof of the attributes oi the Deity., Something, he fay , has cxifted from all eternity j for, fince fomething now is, fomethirig always was other wife the things that now are muft have been product out of nothing, nbfolutely and without caufe, which is a plain contradiction in terms. T here muit have exiited from all eternity lome one unchangeable...

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For the convenience of perfons boin in any pa t of England, who may want to calculate their own nativity, I have added the following table of the latitude and longitude of the molt considerable towns 111 the kingdom, which will likewile anfwer for any other places of birth that happen near them. A TABLE of the LATITUDE and LONGITUDE of the principal Cities and Towns in ENGLAND. Monmoiuh, Monmn Jthihire Portlmouih, Uampihire

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The week, the reader may always fee what planet governs in that hour, as its character is placed in the fame line with the figure. For example, fuppofe I want tc know what planet rules the fifth hour on Sunday morning- I look down the fhfi column of the table, over which is placed Sunday planetary hour, and at the fifth hour I find Saturn governs. Agam, fuppofe it be required to know what planet governs the ninth hour on Friday afternoon look down the column over wh ch Friday planetary hour is...

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Philofophers have alio aHi ncd another reafbn for this order and divi-iion of the twelve figns of the Zodiac, namely, 1 hat Nature works by oppciition and contrariety, and thus bring about the four flates of all elementary bodits, viz. generation, conlervation, corruption, and annihilation. As therefore generation .s the firit llate, and is produced and nouriihed by heat, they begin with the hery li n Ari.'S. '1 he next quality being conlervation, or durability, they iignify the fame by placing...

Founded On

NATURAL PHILOSOPHY,SCRIPTURE, REASON, andthe MATHEMATICS In .vnich the ahitrufe Dodrme of the STARS, of MAGIC, DIVINATION, EXORCISM, a .d Familiarity with Spirits vegetable, aftral, and interna the Calculation of Nativities Horary Quei-tionv and she Aitrologira Prefcience of FtfTURlT Y are clearly dtmonflrated and proved *t.d tf Ability of diung it rnadeealy to themeaneft Capacity and wherein all tne intcreit ng and important Alatter, diffulcd throughout the Icarce an J valuable Writings of...

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Bodies to receive their influence therefore every active principle muftof necellitv be in motion, and every pa live principle moil be at reft. And accordingly, as the aitive elements find the earth that they act upon to be pure or impure, fo will the woik be that is produced. 1 he earth can bring forth nothing of itfelf, but is the womb or matrix into which the other elements diftil or projedt their ftminal virtues and, i'n proportion as it is impregnated by their force and energy, it bungs...

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wealth and fubitance, in honour and glory, in health of bod, and tranquillity of m nd, bavin , in g n rai the love, of woman-kind but, it Venus be fi .nificatrix, the native has beauty, heallh, and riches, attains to great honour and renown, is truly virtuous, pious, and religious, and has generally ecclefiaflical or juriiprudential preferment. This is one o the moil hanpy configurations that can be. The conjunction of Jupiter and Mercury, if Jupiter be fjgnificator, makes the native virtuous,...

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Nig fit when petrified ami motionlefs, in bitter anguiih and defpair, they will too late repent their negligence and incredulity. 1 would recommend a ierious and attentive perulkl of theie fciiptures to every perfon who has doubts concerning the dottrine of Aitrology. It ia here pointed out, to the underitanding of the moil unlettered part of mankind, that the great and terrible day of the Lord, the day of judgment, will molt uiTuredly tome. Our Saviour's dilciples enquire of him, When this day...

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It is 110 uncommon thing with many readers, and pan cularly chofe not very converiant with figures, to pais over all tables as intricate, or difficult to underitand. But, fince no information can be obtained in the practical part of thvs fcience wuhout them, it is proper to caution all my readers againft this much-miltakeu notion for every perfon who can make ufe of a Ready Reckoner or Trader s Sure Guide, may with equal cafe underhand all the tables calculated for this work. The ufe of the...

No 3Ka Summary

A SUMMARY VIE W of the WORKS of CREATION, in the CONSTRUCTION of NATURE. ATURE is that which God has ordained em -refs over ail the works of his creation, and over every part of the celcftial and tcrrcitrlal world. This world comprehends both the heaven and the earth, and is compounded of thiee feparate and diilinCt parts, which axe alio called worlds, namely, an < i< mentary world, which is the low-eft n dignity a ctleilial world, wuich is next above the elementary and an ethereal world,...

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Their influence malignant when to ihow'r Which of them rifng with the fun. or falling, The ingenious Mr. Fergulion alio proves, m a variety of milances, an efficiency and influence in the fun and moon, though he denies that any fuch faculty exifts in thi fixed ftars. And yet he has lhewn, by very fatisfac-torv obfervations, that the fixed ftars are .lb many glorious funs, with jyftems and worids iurrounoing them fhnilar to our own and that the Almighty would not have placed them at fuch di...

Table

A TABLE of the principal Fixed Stars near the Eehptic, ikowir their true Longitude. Latitude, .Magnitude, and Nature, The Star < n the Wing ofPegafiiS The fiei d of Andromeda Whale's Belly KiJ UttJ. The oii'dle of And'om d i Bright Star m thj Head of the Ram ,., IV life Foot of AnHrJimda 1 he Br ght Star in the Ja v of the Whale 1 Itc Head ot Algol Meiiufa The Pleiades The rniddie Star of the Seven Ocalus * altrui ldebaran Rigtl The former Shoulder of Orion S c-Cioat Tne farmer Star in...

Dedication

K nd, with every good Ma on, will candidly weigh the evidence by the balance of the Sanctuary, and rct'erve their fentence till ifter a fair and impartial rial. Sheltered, therefore, under the wing of your fraternal regard, and patronized by every 'ober admirer o- the fecret works of Nature, I hall attempt to lay the Foundation Stone of an illuftrious Building, acred to Urania, upon which feme more able and ingenious Workman fandtioned by your patronage and protection,may hereafter rai e the...

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In this plain, eafy, and obvious, manner, may the fituation of the heavens be found for any latitude whatever. Rut, to make jt moie eafv, it is neceifary to explain what we mean by the poles poiitvons, and the equations of time. If we imagine twelve great ciclcs, one of which is the meridian of any given place, to intcrlect each other in the two poles of the earth, and to cut the equator hi every fifteenth degree, they will be divided by the poles into twenty-four feniicircles, which divide the...

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Bers find 7. 48 and, looking up the column as before, obferve the fign m below s, and 3 Houfe over, wnch indicates that feven degrees forty-eight minutes of Scorpio are to be placed on the cufp of the third houfe. 1 'hus the fix orient houfes, namely, the tenth, eleventh, twelfth, fiiit, f cond* and third, are furnilhcd with the degrees of each fign then riting upon them and the fix occidental houfes, being oppotite to the forrners are always furnilhed with tne fame degrees and minutes of the...

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1 hefe great years beityg added together, make jifft three honored and iixty degrees, being the whole extent or c cumference of the Zodiac. i .-9 AttsD m At vft ' Ml a. . au.Wtp h -r iUMi. The degrees are .n this manner divided into terms, to fhew what planet has mod digru.ies in a fign, whether by exaltation and houfe, tupii.-city and houfe-, or huuie, exaltation, or tnplic'ty, alone and to that planet which has two or more dign'ries, we aflign the firit term, whether he be a fortune or an...

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And relations, on the mother's fide, by th * twelfth. Hence alfo it comes to pais, that by the fourth houfe are fignified houfes and lands, and all decrees of patrimonv left by the fuller and by the eighth home are hewn ail goods and legacies letr by will of the deceifed. I he Iccond and fixth houfes m h.nt trme to the houfe of the grave, and in oppohtion to the eighth anJ twelfth, have a fecondary fignincution of fkknefs and death. Such are the qir.hties and operations of the twelve houfes of...

Fortune

The Part of Fortune in ti or X In the afcendant or medium coeh In the 7th, 4th, or nth, hou.es In the Z< i and 5th houfe In the 9th houfe - - - - - In conjunction of or 9 - -In trine of or 9 - - - -In fexMle of or 9 - - - -In conjunction of the Q> - - -In conjunction of Regulus in 25 degrees of Leo - - - - -In conjunction of Spica Virginis in 19 degrees of - - -Not cfmbuft - - -

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Learning or ingenuity at all, are lome way or other converfant in aftro-logy, without appealing to know it. lint the perverfenefs of human nature is in this inftauce moil ftrikingly vifible, lince it leads mankind to a choice of inferior fpcculations, whilfl they utterly neglect an inveiti-gation of thofe curious, indifcernable, infcnfible, and impalpable, tracks of nature, which open to a field of unbounded information, calculated to reform the mind, and enlarge the underitanding and to...

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It at their leaves which intimates a method of collecting water in dry countries, and Ukewife of making frdt water frefh. It is alio obierva- ' ble, that water in pa ling through plants, after having depolited .ts more terreftrial part, does not always go off pure, but impregnated with the liner eftiuvia, or more fubtile particles, of the vegetables thus making an atmolphere around every plant according to its nature, odoriferous or otherwise, which lupplies us with a rule for procuring the...

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This Sign, Tike a water* moonfh land, is by nature cold and mnift > and, when it afctnds at the lime of birth, it yields a native fair and pale, of a hort and fmall llature, the upper part of the body generally large, with a round face, brown hair, and grey eyes of qujliiies phlegmatic and heavy, erfeminate conititui'on, and fmali voice ii a woman, inclined to have many children. Cancer is the only hcufe of the moon, and is the firft fign of the watery or northern tripliclty it is a watery,...

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Ethical Philosophy or elfe to init uS him in the Art of Reasoning, called Logical Phtlofophy or itx the urt of Speaking, which wc term Grammatical or Rhetorical Philofophy. Rut, if the ipeculation be upon any fuboidinate lubitance, then the earth itfelf, or the productions of it, become the fubjett of invcitigation. If it be the earth, then the buli-nefs we contemplate is to improve and cultivate the'foil, for the in-qreafe of uieful vegetation, winch is called Agriculture but, if it be the...

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So that the tenth houle is oppofite to the fourth, and the fourth to the tenth the eleventh to the fifth, and the fifth to the eleventh and fo through the whole the ufe of which is, that, iron the cufp of the tenth houfe you find the fign Aries, then 00 the cufp of the fourth houfe you muff place the fign Libra, and, whatever degiee and minute of Ar es poiTefrcs the cufp of (he tenth houle, the fame degree and minute of Libra nvuft be placed on the culp of the fourth houfe and the fame rule...

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Jupiter iS the next planet below Saturn, and called th greaterfortune. He appears to our fight the largeft of any ilar 'n magn-tude except Venus and is cf a bright refplcndent clear afpect. Modern aftronorners have proved him to be four hundred and twenty-fix millions of miles f om the fun, and above a t'noufand times bigger than our earth he gOwS m his orbit at the aitoni filing rate cf near twenty-fix thoufand miles an hour, and his di.uneter .s computed at eighteen thoufand Snghfh m les,...

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The iirll column of the above table is intended to fhevv the time between the riling and fitting of the Sun, from fix hours to feventeen, which tikes i i more than the longeil or inorteil days. Then fuppol'e the time from the Sun's uling to its letting be only lix hours, the planetary hours thai day would be each thirty minutes long, as ipecined in the llcond column, and the planetary hours the night following wculd be each o ic hour and thirty minutes long, as exprefLd in the third column....

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Pendous wheel is God hirafelf, wlxj draws out the line of rime, and, fitting upon the circles of the earth, he fhetcheth out the htuivem as a ewtam, and be holds th all the inhabitants oj the world as gr afshopper s under Jm feet * and hence he difcerns, as it were, with one view, all the world naked before him, both pail, prelent, and to come. From what has been advanced, it appears obvious that every occuirencc of our lives, and all the various productions of nature, however itrange or...

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Fjn ctriy ir mull of coiirfe be placed ic the centre, in order tb-at the planets may at all times have it in an uniform and equable manner. For, if the Earth be fuppofed in the centre, and the Sun and planets revolve about if, ths planets would then, like the comets, be fcorched with heat when nfiarelt the Sun, and frozen with cold in their aphelu, or greateil diitance, which is not to be imagined. But, if the Sun be fuppofed in the centre of the fyf-tem, wc then have the rational hypothecs of...

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I os X' - i* i 1 H 9 ' OF ASTROLOGY. TABLE of the ORBS and MEAN MOTION of the PLANETS. Moon 12 dcgiees 30 mku Venus 8 degrees Me an Motion. 2 minutes 1 f cond 4 minutes 59 f conds 31 m nutes 27 f conds 13 dtg. 10 min. 36 fec minutes S f conds 59 minutes H f conds

Houfe

Houfe. lis configiiificators are Saturn and Scorpio, and its colours are green and black. B- the ninth houfe we are enabled to anfwer all questions on the fafe-ty and luccefs of voyages and travels into foreign countries alio, enquiries of the clerj,'* concerning church preferments, benefices, ad vow fons, and the like, and all queit'ons relati e to kindred and relations on the wife's iide, and the lame on the hutband's fide, if the wife be thsquerilt and all matters relating to the arts and...

Original Dedication

To the Ancient and Honourable Fraternity of Free and Accepted MASONS. Gentlemen and Brethren, FM1HE Antiquity of your excellent Fraternity, the uni- versahty of its plan, and the moral rectitude and purity of its design, claim a decided pre-eminence over everv other Bond of Society into which mankind have ever formed themselves for the mutual welfare and happiness of each other. Hie nobleness of soul which first prompted to its institution, and the benevolence of heart which has ever since...

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Thus by proper attention to the rules and directions preceding, ma) any perfon, though of imall abilities, ereft the horolcope, and introduce the figns, planets, and ltars, therein, at any given rime required. This is indifputably a confiderable advancement in the pradical part of the Scicnce of Aftrology though it muit be owned, that the mere knowledge of thus defending and arranging the planets in the horofcope, without we add unto it the ability of defining, from fome certaii. and expe...

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7 bus the termination of this temporal life -s the beginning of life eternal. For nature knows no annihilation. All the woiks of Omnipotence are refolvable cr changeable from one ftate to another j b'lt God, having created nothing in vain, liifFers nothing to be annulled. Wherefore, according to the fecond motion of the planets, which, is from weft to call, an entrance is made out of the eighth into the ninth houfe, which is the houfe of life in God, wherein man is taught, by the revelation of...

No 123 Klofs

Lofs of cattle by robbery or the like to the feverth or its lord, death of private enemies to the eighth or its lord gifts or legacies to the n.ntli or ts lord, enemies among churchmen, merchants, and learned men to ilie .tenth or its lord, the notice of great and noble men, or lofs of credit. to the eleventh or its lord, lofs of friends, or that friends may become enemies. Thefe directions may either fignify good cr evil to thofe thing which we have fpeciiied them to fignify, according to the...

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f, mftead of evil, the afpeft. be good, v.'ith the fignificatois n bad houfes, the native will be aeluded and drawn .nto troubles hrou gh fair pretences, and Irs private enemies will always be fuch as outwai fly ex-prefs a kirdncfs for him. GENERAL JUDGMENTS to be inferred from DIRECTIONS. The Lord of the JJ'ccndunt 10 Promffors. To the afcendant, it lignifies much happinefs to the f cond houfe or its lord, it has lignification of fubftance to the third or its lord, of journeys to the fourth...

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N conjunction of b or - - n oppolition of b or 6 - - - 11 quartile of b 01 d - - - n terms of b or - - - - in ci degrees of - - -Combuft The ) m comundion or ppofttio of the 0 Jb, or the xS is impeded two days, mz. one day before, andlone day after. The D in quartile pf the 0 b or is mpeded twelve hours be.ore To arrive at a pioper degree of correctnefs in our refearches into futfcri-tv we mull be well verfed in the true nature and llrength of the planets' fortitudes and debilities, fo as to...

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Figrved to communicate wilclom and happinefs, and mtclleftual and moral improvement to mankind. And to turn who is not barely latisfied with an external admiration of things, they will fug,eft fueh reflexions as will make bun both wifer and better for at the lame time that they fealt his imagination, they will enlarge his underftanding, and meliorate his heart. W hatever part of the works of nature we cail our eyes upon, we lhall find .mprinted therein ample leiTbns of iniirudtion and...

GEMINI it

Gemini is in nature hot and rr.oift, like a fat and rich foil and produces a native fa r and tall, of Straight body and fanguine complexion, rather dark than clear the arms long, hut oftentimes the hands and feet Short and fleihy the hair and eyes generally a dark hazle, of perfect fight, and lively wanton look, the urrderftanding found, and judicious in worldly affairs. Gemini is defined an airy, hot, moilt, langu.ne, doubk-hooied, mafcuiire, diurnal, weltern, Sign, of the airy tripiicity, It...

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With the moil fragrant rofes, gathered j ill as they are opening in a morning the application of a fimilar degree of heat would alfo impregnate alcohol with the purelt Spirit of farfron. The fecond degree of fire may be accounted that of the human body, m a healthy iiatc. This degree is always neater than that of the -mbicnt air, and may be iuppoled to commence at the 40th degree of the thermometer, and end about the 94th. Within this compafs animals may live and fubfill, that .s, if their...

Explana

EXPLANATIO N of the TECHKICAI- W ORDS and 'J l< MS of A R T uicd in A S T R O I, O G Y. I * IR J (JTION fignifies a planet moving 011 its natural conrie, from * ' welt to ea t, according to the fucccflion of the figns in the zodiac thus, a planet is direct, when it moves in confeyventia, from Aries to Taurus, from Taurus to Gemini, & c. Direction is a'.fo a calcu uty whereby to find the time of any accident or remarkable event that will happen to the perfon who propounds a queftion, or lus...

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To find the true place of each planet, at any hour when w have ccca-fion to erett a figure, it cnly requires to turn to the J& p.taeowis for the planets' places at noon thole being found, note how many degrees or minutts they move in the zodiac by twelve o'olock the next day, or from noon the preceding day j and then, by the help of the foregoing table, ic will be fecn how many degrees,, minutes, or feconds, they move in an, hour. For example, fuppole a planet moves one degree n twenty-four...

Urania

Descend, Urania, with prolific Flame, And fpread the growing Trophies of thy Name Difeloie to Man a KoowL-dge of the Skies, Whole fpangiiiig Heauf.es draw our wond'iing Eyes. Inilruit young Students in their Care to know, The itarry lnliutnee on all Things below Unveil to them the ltrango myftcrious caufe Of thoie EfFefts deriv'd from Nature's Laws As frery Meteors, Comets, L'ghtning, Thunder, Eclipfes, Blaz. ig Stars, at which Men wonder. The boiit'rous rolling af the troubled Sea The daily...

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The Textile or trine of Sol and Luna if Sol be fignificator, it is the afpe t of credit and fame, makes the native eminent in the world, born to reat actions, and to perforin extraordinary undertakings amon it the common people he is cried up for a god among the multitude he be a prieil or a -hyfician, he has a vail number of followers he is pleafant, cheerful and good-natured. If Luna is f gnificatrix, the native is proud, ambitious, coveting after honour and glory, and generally born toenioy...

FIGURE of the Horoscope or Twelve Houses of Heaven

Rhefe twelve houfes are each diitir.guiihed by the r refpcctrre figures, and arc either angular, fucctdent, cr cadept. The angular houfes are four, called the afcerdant, mid-heaven, or med im-cceli, the leventh houfe, and the bottom of the heaven thefe are deemed the moil powerful and molt fortunate houles. The fucceeding houfes are the eleventh, feccnd, eighth, and fifth and are ranked next m force and irtue to the angles. The third chfs, or cadent houfes, are the third, twelfth, ninth, and...

Of Astrology M A R S d

Mars is next located to Tup iter, and is the firil planet above the earth and moon's orbit. His aiitance from the fun is computed at une hundred and twenty-five millions of miles and, by travelling at the rate of forty-feven thoufand miles every hour, he goes round the fun 111 fix hundred and eighty-fix of our days, and four hourswhich is the exact length of liis year, and contains fix hundred and fixty-feven days and three quarters but every day and night togetl which is but a fifth part fo...

Of Astrologyr5

If vvc recoiled that the tnoil trivial incident in nature cannot come to pafs without a cauie and that theft cauics art- incciTintly giving bir h to a new fate, which at one lime brings us comfort, and at another overwhelms us with misfortunes, that to-day gives us the full enjoyment of our vvilhes, and to-morrow confounds evtry imagination of our hearts it is itrange we fhould deny that iuch caufes txiit, when every hour's experience confirms the fa t, by...

M E R C u R Y

Next to Venus, and within the orbits cf all the other planets, Mercury, and of courfe the neareft of them all to the central fun. He rem-oleies his revolution, or traverfes through the twelve figns cf the zodiac, ii> eighty-feven days and twenty-three hours cf cur time nearly which is the length of his year. Eut being feldom feci , on account of nls proximity to the fun, and having no fpote viiible on his lurface or difk, the time of his rotation upon his own axis, and the length of his days...

Nativities

The fignificator of lire 01 manners, oinrd to Caput All ol, makes the native furl y and choleric, and fhews danger of fudden death To the Pleiades, it. fhews wantonnefs, amirtion, and from. To Aldebaran, courage in war, and a martial inclination the lord of the alcendant and the Moon or Saturn n conjunction with this ftar, Ihews a murderer. 01 one that bears a very wicked mind. To II reus, (hews curiofity, one defiring novelties vet a careful and fteady perfon. To Cingula Orionis, a lhar.)...

Ft A N S L A t IO N

This happens when a light planet feparates from a weighty one, and joins with another more ponderous, and is eifv.tted in this manner Let Saturn he placed in twenty degrees of Aries, Jupiter in thirteen degrees, and Mars in fourteen degrees, of trie fame iign here Mars feparates from a conjunction with Jupiter, ar d tranflates the lignt and nature of that planet to Saturn, to whom he next applies. The effect of this in practice will be, that, if a matter or...

Next

Next to the nodes, the Part of Fortune has its operations upon thefe twelve ccleuial houfes. The point which we term the Part of Fortune, is the diltance of the moon's place from the fun's, added to the degrees of the afeendant and the nature of it s, as conilant obfervation aicer-' ains, that if this point falls among fortunate fhrs, or in a fortunate part of the heavens, then it promifes great fuccefs in health cr wealth, honour or offspring, or any other fpecies ot prolperity, according as...

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In the afcendant, by the native's own mdullry. In the fecond, by means of his money. In the third, by a brother, kinfman, or neighbour, or by travel. in the fourth, by his father. In the fifth, by a wife. I11 the eighth, by a wife's fortune it may alio fignify a violent death. I11 the ninth, bv religion, arts, faiences, ana navigation. The lord of the eleventh in the eleventh, denotes great friends. In the twelfth, private friends. In the afcendant, friends indeed to the natu'e. In the...

Of Astrology9

In a nativity, the native will he of a fairer and ekarcr complexion than ordinary. 1 he fifth column fhevvs that there are degrees termed dark or ebfeure and, whenever thefe happen to be horoicopical ia a nativity, they declare the native to be of a dark or fallow complexion, and, if he fhould be born deform d, his deformity will be conliderably greater. The fixth cclumn fhews which degrees of the zodiac ire termed Jmoiy-1 and, if any of them arife on the eaftern lincter at the time of birth,...

PISCES x

Pifces is a watery, cold, moid, feminine, phlegmatic, nocturnal, common, bicorporal, northern, idle, effeminate, f ckly, fruitful, fign, of the watery triplicity, the houfe oi Jupiter, and th exaltation of Venus and confilts of twenty four ltars. It produces a native of a lhort llature, pale complexion, thick lhoulders, biown hair, of a iLfhy body, not very upright round-ihou'.dered, With an ncurvating of the head. T he enfeafes produced by this fign, are gouts, lam1 ncfi> , and pains...

Of Astrologym

Jupiter is placed under Saturn, and has the two figns that go before and after Capricorn and Aquartes allotted for his houles, namely, Sagi*--tary and Pifces, which are n tnne to the houfes of the two luminaries PifcefsJ his night-houfe, -s io trine to Cancer, the houfe of the nodtumal luminary, and Sagittaiy, his day-houfe, in trine to Leo, the houle of the diurnal luminary. Jupiter, being naturally temperate, anJ having thei'e amicable afpeCts, is deemed the molt benevolent of all the planets...

D lltea t y Mhrost ft

The ninth, and tf the oppofite iign, I place 7 decrees 4.3 minutes of Tauius upon the culp of the ninth houlo. And thus the twelve houles are completely occupied with the twelve figns of the zod.ac, with the degrees alcending at the precife tune of eretling the figure. Having fo far iucceeded, the next thing ii to place the Sun, Moon, and planets, in the ligure, agreeable to their position at that time in the heavens, and this is alio to be done by the help of the rirht-hand page of the...

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The NEW SOUTHERN CONSTELLATIONS. Columha Nanchi Noah's Dove 10 Robur Carohnum The Royal Oak 12 Apus, Avis InMca The Bird of Paradife 11 Apis, Mkfda The Bee, or Fly 4 Chama-lion The Camel ion 10 Triangulum Auitralis The Southern Triangle 5 Pilces volans, Puffer The Flying Filli 8 Dorado, X p uas The Sword Fiih 6 Toucan The American Gooie 9 HEVELIUS's CONSTELLATIONS made out of the unformed Stars. Leo mmor The Little Lion 53 Aileron & Cnara The Greyhounds 23 25 Vulpecula &...

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* Although the author cannot too f vercly cenrurc the mbii cftiS ga-b i.i 'vhich th' moi'eru practice of liyuc is attired, yet he vviihes not to hurt the feelings of thole good men, whoje lives have been devoted to the ih'.uy of mediciae, and -who moved, like the good Samaritan, With bowels * Although the author cannot too f vercly cenrurc the mbii cftiS ga-b i.i 'vhich th' moi'eru practice of liyuc is attired, yet he vviihes not to hurt the feelings of thole good men, whoje lives have been...

Of Astrolog Y

Bottom of the ocean, are known to feel the weight of her influence. Thofe who ileep in the fields, or in any place expofed to the open a.r, by moon-light, find their heads opprefled with water, and their fcofes inert and heavy and butcher's meat hung up, and expofed to the moon-light, will foon putrefy. The gardenei alio brings us abundant tellimonies of the influence of the moon upon the vegetable world. If peafe are iowii in the increafe of the moon, they never ceale blooming and, if fruits...

Capricorn vl

Capricorn .s an earthy, cold, dry, melancholy, feminine, notfurnaj, moveable, cardinal, folfiieial, domeflic, lbuthern, quadruped n, fign,, of the earthy tripliejxy, the houfe of Saturn, and exaltation of Mars aud conta-ns twenty-eight liars. When this fign governs a nativity, it produces a ilender ftuture, of a diy conftitufon, long thin v fige, fmall beard, dark hair, long neck, and narrow chin and breail wi.h a d'f-pufition collected, witty, and fubtle. The difeafes peculiar to Cap torn are...

75

Mete out that ciiihnce wherein the fun and all the ftars, in a certain breadth one from another, move m their circuits form call to weft. Now the fun, in his annual progrefs from writ to eafl, docs not keep the equinoctial line, but dfth.ues from it at one part of the year to the ijor'h. and at another part of, the year to the fouth and the planets alio obferve the fame order in their progrefs, except that the fun always keeps the fame conlunt track, whereas the planets often vary in their...

Astro U Q C Y69

Cyprian, in his Trearifc on the Vanity of Idols, from the teflrroociids of Plato, Socrates, ami Trilmegiitus. Authors are not fo unanimous about their nature, as of their cxiitence Clemens Alexandrinus believed they had bodies, which was alfo the opinion of Origen, Cafarius, Ter-tullian, and feveral others but Athanafius, St. Bafil, bt.' Gregory, Ni 'tne, St. Cyril, and St. Chryfoltom, hold them to be mere fpirirs. Authors are alio divided as to the time of the creation of angels fbme will...

O F A S Trolog

Calculated the nativity of bis fon Marcellus, and foretold that he ftvxdd come to great preferment and di nity in the church and, his mother afterwards entreating him to marry one Callandra Benna, he very relb-lutely declined it, faying, He would not with the bands of matrimony bind liimfelf from that better fortune which the ftars had promiled him if he continued to hvelingle and unmarried. And he was afterwards really made pope. Picus Mirandula was a ftvere writer againlt Aitrology, infomuch...

N E W E I I T I N j i

I1 LATTERED, as I have been, by an uncommon demand for the former ed-tions of this woik and honoured by letters of unbounded approbation and applaufe, from lome of the higheft and molt venerable charadtcrs in the Bnuih Dominions, I could no longer forego their importunitieb to bring forward the ptefent new edition, which will be found considerably mproved, and Come cf the prc idt ons Foretold in it upwards of feven years ago, particularly concerning France, now actually fulfilled, and otheis...

Of A S T R O L O G V

From the exterior circumference of the heavens to the inmoft centre of the earth, how could the fetopathies and antipathies of nature poliibly work fuch compliances and differences as we know they do, at the amazin diilanccs we fee them, and without any vifihle or imaginable contact unlefs inane faculty exiils in the world, that is capable of iultaining this tnviiible coirelpondency between one creature and another Where hfe is, thele things are eaiily effected as the child in the womb is...

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