151

If an Infortune be in the tenth, or ca fting its malevolent Afpeft thereunto, the parties will differ about Repairs or building fome new Houies, faith Mr. Lilfy Chrift. Ajlrologie, pag. 209. The nature and quality of the Houfe, Land, Cloies, or Farms enquired after, is fignified by the fourth Houfe, as is already (hewn in the preceding Diicourie. To finde a thing that if hid, loft, or mif- In this Queftion, you ought carefully to confider whether the thing loft be the Querents own commodity or...

1676

The Significators of the Querent The1 12th Houie, and Luna Lady thereof, are the Significators of the Horie whom I finde pofited in the 1 ith,feparating from a Sextilc of Venus, and applying to a Sextile of Mars in the 10th, and Mars in Sextile to Sol Lord of the Afcendant, this was an argument the Horfefhould be got again. Finding the Moon very little affUfted, but by the Oppofition of Jupiter > I concluded the Horie was not ftoln , but ftrayed of himfelf* and alio becaufe the Moon is within...

Chap X

Hotv to reduce Planets Motions to any hour of the Day or Night. IN reducing the Planets to any hour of the Day, you are firft to get their Diurnal motion, by fubftra& ing the places C of of your Planets the day fubiequent from i the day going before, and the remainder (ball be the diurnal or daily motion 5 v then work by the rule of Proportion, l thus If 24 hours give fo many degrees I or minutes in a Planets motion, what j fhall your propoled time give But to fave you this labour, I have...

231

Which way the thief is gone what diflance Doth the Owner fufpeft the Thief ibid. If the Goods Jioln be recoverable or not 24a In what time fiall the Goods be recovered 241 If an abfent Husband were dead or alive If a-* live will he return .< an din what time A Fi-i gure and judgement. 24 Chap. 8. Of the. eighth Honfe, and Queftions What death the Querent may die, whether natural or violent 245 In what time the Querent fl)all die 246 Shall the Querent obtain his Wives Portion .< 248 Chap. 9....

16

The Planet that transfers the light , his nature, the nature of the Signe he is in, and the quarter and if the major Tefti-monies be Mafculine, it is a Man 3 Feminine, a Woman, < & c. if an abfent party be dead or alive In revolving this Queftion, you are care-fullyto confider what relation the Querent hath to the perfbn enquired after. If it be a Brother that is abfent, take the If the Queftion be in a general way, and the Querent has no relation to the party enquired after, then take the...

209

You are to take Venm as a Co-fignificator, and judge by the following Rules. If the Lord of the Afcendant apply to a Sextile or Trine of the Lord of the 7th or if thfc Lord of the 7th apply to the Lord of the Afcendant from good places in the Figure , and they be in their Effential dignities, or in mutual Reception, it is a Very ftrong argument the Marriage will be effetted. Or if you find Luna applying to any good Afpeft of VenUs from good Houfes where they are Effentially ftrong or if you...

260

Shall the Querent obtain the place of preferment deftred A Figure, and judgement thereupon. Chap. ii. Of the Eleventh Houfe. Shall the Querents Friends prove faithful Shall the Querent obtain what he hopes for .< Chap. 12. Of the Twelfth Houfe. Hath the Querent private Enemies Who are the Querents fecret Enemies Of a Captive or Trifoner, when he fhall be at liberty j 270 A Horfe lofl> if he were ft rayed or ftolen .< if recoverable 272 Chap. 13. Some jbort Rules for the making of EleUions...

87

This Houfe are Gemini and Mars It is a Maiculine Hauler and of colburs it fignifieth red and yellow, or ibrrel colour. The Fourth Houfe hath fignification of the Querents Father 5 it alfo fignifieth Lands, Houies , Orchards, Inheritances, Tillage of the earth , and the quality and nature of the ground enquired after It hath fignification of Minerals, hidden Treafures, & c. alio of Towns, Cities, or Caftles befieged, and all antient Houies, Gardens, & c. and the end of all things Alio from...

1

A Table farcing the Longitude, Latitude, Nature, and Magnitude of fever al of the fixed Stars. La ft Star in the Band of K Firft in the horn of V Laft in the horn of T Laft ftar in the tail of V C pat Algol Bright ftar of the Pleiades The lowed of the Hyartes South-eye of the Bull North-eye of the Bui In the left knee of Pollux In the left arm of Ca'Jov North- f f i South-Aftlltts tn the right knee of the Lion The Lion Heart In the Virgins fouth wing Under he girdle of the right firie of 1 Laft...

Chap Vi

Of the Houfesy Antifcions, Friend-jhip, and Enmity , and of the Orbs and Latitude of the Seven Planets. THe Seven Planets by experience are found to delight in (bme of the Twelve Signes more than in others, as being more agreable to their nature 5 and therefore they are termed their Houfes, becaufe they are more fortunately placed therein, than in the reft of the Signes. Each of the Seven Planets, except Sol and Luna, have two of the Signes allowed for their Houf s As to Saturn , Capricorn and...

Chap V

The Defcription and natural ftgtti-f cation of the Seven Planets in any of the Twelve Signes of the Zodiach SAturn in Aries, reprefents one of a mean Stature, ruddy Complexion, but fbmewhat obfeure 5 high Forehead, great full Eyes, dark Hair, but little on the Beard a (pare lean perfon, a great boa-fter of his aftions, an ill-natured quarrel-f Come contentious peribn. In Taurus, he reprefents one of 0 mean I Stature, a lean Body, a heavy lumpifh peril ion, fon, dark Hair, and no comely per (on...

Co

Iiing Planet or Planets are Lord of, and from thence you may know the reafon why the Querent will not profper where he ia. If the Lord of the third Midi theSig-nificators, you may judge the Querent lives amongft malicious ill-contrived Neighbours. And fo of the reft of the Houfes in order, & c. Of Treafure kid in the Earthy is there any in the place fuppofed , When a Queftion is propounded in a general way, whether there be Treafure hid in the place fuppofed or not, and the Querent not...

69

The Signe he ispofited in 5 and at the conir mon Angle of meeting, you ball finde the part of the Body which the Planet governeth from his own Houfe. Example Suppofe Saturn be Signifi- catorof afick perfon, and in Taurus I finde h at the top of the Table and in the firft Column towards the left hand, I finde tf 3 and at the Angle of meeting, I finde ffi si 5 which tells me the party is affli amp ed in his Breaft, Heart, and Back. Judge the like in the reft of the Planets, one Example is...

85

XI Of the Aftrological fignification of the Twelve Houfes of Heaven. THe firft Houfe is call'd the Eaft-angle or Afcendant 3 and in a Queftion or Nativity, it hath fignification of the life pf Man, his Difpofition, Complexion, and Underftanding 3 and of the parts of mans Body it repreients the head and face. The Confignificators of this Houfe are Aries and Saturn for as this is the firft Houfe, io is Aries the firft of the Signes, and Saturn the firft of the Planets. In Ecli-pies and...