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...

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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,...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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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