Book The Second

I.—Zodiacal directions 415

II.—To direct 0 to any aspect in the zodiac, except a parallel . 418

III.—To direct 0 to a parallel in the zodiac 421

IV.—To direct the moon in the zodiac to any aspect except a parallel 422

V.—To direct the moon to parallels of declination . . 424

VI.—1To direct the ascendant to aspects in the zodiac . . 425

VII.—To direct the mid-heaven to aspects in the zodiac . 426

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VIII.—Of mundane directions to the angles ; that is, to the ascendant or M. C 426

IX.—To direct the son or moon to any aspect in the world

(except parallels) by converse motion . . . 430 X.—To direct the sun or moon to any aspect in m undo

(except the parallels) by direct motion . . . 432

XI.—To direct the sun or moon to mundane parallels converse 433

XII.—To direct the sun or moon to mundane parallels by direct direction 434

XIII.—To direct the sun or moon to rapt parallels ib.

XIV.—Of directions to the part of fortune in mundo . 437

XV.—On turning the arc of direction into time, to learn at what age its effects will be felt . . . 438

XVI.—Of secondary directions 439

XVII.—Of revolutions, lunations, transits, &c. ... 441

XVIII.—To rectify the estimated time of birth to find the true time 445

XIX.—A judgment for marriage in the nativity of Lord Byron's daughter ...* 449

A glossary of astrological terms 455

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