iPicatrix,"La Clef des Clavicules," 1256, manuscript of the Bibliotequc de I'Arsenal. P. Piobb reproduced several passages of this manuscript in his Formulaire de la Haute Magte.
f. "Zeitrechnung der Chinesen," cited by L. Sau&sure, Les Origines de 1'AstTonomte Chinoise, P, 46 r
*The Second Book of Kings, XXIII, 5; Book of Job, XXXVIII, 32.
sin all of French astrological literature, only the course of F. Rolt-Wheeler mentions this division (sixty-sixth lesson), but he calls the Mansions. "Houses" —which only increases the confusion that reigns in this area.
<*See my essay on Astrology in Persia in L'Astrosophie, issue of August. 1935.
7T. Ill, p. 405, translated by E. Chavannes. Paris 1895.
8"Rythmes Humains, Rythmes Cosmiques," in Astrosophte, April. 19S6, p. 183.
9"The Key to the Universe," p. S07. It is one of the basic works of The Order of Christian Mystics, w\Vc should observe that Occidental Astrology attributes the North Node of the Moon's orbit to Jupiter arid the South Node to Saturn, and this attribution can be thought of as parallel to the connection of the Zodiacs to these two planets in the tradition of the Far East.
"Plutarch. Ists and Osiris, 13.
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