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Author: Ramesey, William, 1627-1675 or 6.
Title: Astrologia restaurata, or, Astrologie restored being an introduction to the general and chief part of the language of the stars : in four books ... / by VVilliam Ramesey, Gent. ...
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Ramesey, William, 1627-1675 or 6., Ramesey, William, 1627-1675 or 6. Introduction to the iudgement of the stars., Ramesey, William, 1627-1675 or 6. Introduction to elections., Ramesey, William, 1627-1675 or 6. Astrologia munda.

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Contents
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dedication
TO THE Illustrious and High-born PRINCE, IAMES STVART, Duke of Richmond and Lenox; Earl of March; Lord Aubugny, Darnly, Tarbolton and Methven; Baron of Leighton, Bromswold and St. An∣drews, and Knight of the most Noble Order of the GARTER.
TO THE Iudicious Reader.
On his Ever Honoured, and most Ingenious Friend the unparalleld AUTHOR.
On this incomparable Work, and my worthy Friend the Ingenious AUTHOR.
Vpon the Authors Elaborate Pains in these his Labours.
The Contents of the First BOOK.
ASTROLOGY FULLY Vindicated and Defended FROM ALL The Aspersions and Calumnies of the Antagonists thereof: As also its Legality and Verity proved, both by the Testimony of the Scriptures, Fathers, Antients, and the con∣session of Councels: With a clear Vindication of the Authors Lux Veritatis, from the vilifying Reproaches of Dr. Homes and his Second; and that the purity of the Science remaineth still untainted, notwithstanding all their Reply.
CHAP. I. Proving Astrology to be one of the Liberal Sciences.
CHAP. II. That Astrology and Astronomy are one and the same Science, and that they were ever so received by the Ancients.
CHAP. III. Containing the Excellency and Nobility of the Science of Astrology, as also its Antiquity, and the admirable power and vertue of the Heavens.
CHAP. IV. That the Heavens and Stars have influence on inferiour and Elemen∣tary things, Proved by Scripture or the word of God; And acknow∣ledged by Philosophers, and the learned in former ages.
CHAP. V. Shewing that observation may be made of the Stars motions, in answer to those that hold it impossible for any man in his days to observe the par∣ticular configurations of every Planet, with the fixed Stars, and with one another; as also that thereby we may discern their influence if we have any capacity.
CHAP. VI. That the variation of the Heavens from their places wherein they were in Ptolomies time, or at the first Creation, causeth no erring in A∣strological Iudgements.
CHAP. VII. Shewing the powerful influence of the Stars and Planets, and how far we are to have regard to the fixed Stars.
CHAP. VIII. Shewing the Influence of the Heavens on Inferiour and Elementary Bodies.
CHAP. IX. Shewing that the Influences of the Heavens and predominancy of the stars in every Climate, is the cause of the several Laws and Customs of the People therein.
CHAP. X. Containing the resolution of the main Objections against this divine Science.
CHAP. XI. Containing an Introduction to the Vindication of my Lux Veritatis, from the aspersions of Doctor Homes and his second, with the first Reason why I account neither of them worthy of my notice.
CHAP. XII. Comprehending three Reasons more why that Rabble of theirs was not wor∣thy the answering.
CHAP. XIII. Containing the fourth Reason, and a Vindication from some of their a∣buses, and untruths.
CHAP. XIV. Containing the Authors fourth Reason, and the Scripture proofs al∣ledged for Astrologie in his Lux Veritatis, proved to remain unshaken.
CHAP. XV. Shewing that the Text in Psal. 19. v. 3. alledged by the Author to prove the stars have influence, is no wise refelled.
CHAP. XVI. Proving their Reply to Job 38.31. shewing the stars to have in∣fluence to be frivolous and of no effect.
CHAP. XVII. Proving their Reply to Judges 5.20. weak, and nowise available to their intent or purpose.
CHAP. XVIII. That the stars are proved both signs and causes by the word of God; and the Art lawful, notwithstanding all their malice.
CHAP. XIX. Proving Astrology to be warranted by Councels, in spight of their Rabble.
CHAP. XX. Containing the power and subject of Astrology, and how far the Au∣thor vindicateth it.
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dedication
TO THE RIGHT HONOVRABLE AND Truly Noble both for Learning and Parts, VVilliam Seymour, Marquess and Earl of HARTFORD, Lord SEYMOVR and BEAVCHAM, &c.
To the Reader.
The Contents of every Chapter contained in the Second BOOK, being an Introduction to the Iudgement of the STARS.
AN INTRODVCTION TO THE Iudgement of the Stars.
CHAP. 1. Of the Names, and Number of the Planets, with their several Cha∣racters, and of the significations and nature of SATVRN.
CHAP. II. Of the Significations and Nature of IVPITER.
CHAP. III. Of the Nature and Signification of MARS.
CHAP. IV. Of the Nature and Significations of the SVN.
CHAP. V. Of the Nature and Significations of VENVS.
CHAP. VI. Of the Nature and Significations of MERCVRY.
CHAP. VII. Of the Nature and Significations of the MOON.
CHAP. VIII. Of the Essential Dignities of the Planets.
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The Vse of the Table.
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CHAP. IX. Shewing the Vse of these former dignities, &c.
Chap. X. Of the Houses of the Planets, and wherefore they were so di∣stributed.
CHAP. XI. Of the Exaltations and Fall of the Planets, and wherefore they were so constituted.
CHAP. XII. Of the Triplicities of the Planets, and the Reasons why they were so appointed.
CHAP. XIII. Of the Terms of the Planets, wherefore so called, and so assigned to every of the five Planets.
CHAP. XIV. Shewing the use which is to be made of the Terms.
CHAP. XV. Demonstrating the Vse, Nature and Reasons of the Faces of the Planets.
CHAP. XVI. Of the Joys of the Planets.
CHAP. XVII. Of the Head and Tail of the Dragon.
CHAP. XVIII. Of the Antiscions and Contrantiscions of the Planets.
CHAP. XIX. Shewing the Reasons of the names of the seven Planets and their Characters.
CHAP. XX. Of the number of the Heavens and Sphears, their places, order and motions.
CHAP. XXI. Of the Circles of Heaven, the Zodiack, and the divisions thereof.
CHAP. XXII. Of the twelve Coelestial Signs, and their manifold divisions.
CHAP. XXIII. Shewing the use which is to be made of the former Chapter.
CHAP. XXIV. Demonstrating the Reasons of the names of the twelve signs; and why there are just twelve, and neither more nor less.
CHAP. XXV. Shewing the Reasons why the signs are reckoned from Aries, and not from any other sign; as also why they are not placed according to the order of the four Elements.
CHAP. XXVI. Of the Nature, Signification and Equality of the Signs; and first of Aries.
Of Taurus.
Of Gemini.
Of Cancer.
Of Leo.
Of Virgo.
Of Libra.
Of Scorpio.
Of Sagittarius.
Of Capricornus.
Of Aquaries.
Of Pisces.
CHAP. XXVII. Of the Aspects of the Planets and Signs, their Names, Characters and Natures, and wherefore they were so named and charactered.
CHAP. XXVIII. Of the fixed Stars in the Zodiack; wherefore they are called fixed, their number, particular names, natures, magnitudes, la∣titudes and longitudes; and first of those in Aries, as they are delivered by the most learned in this Art.
CHAP. XXIX. Of the Fixed-stars in Taurus, their number, names, nature, magni∣tude, latitude, and longitude.
CHAP. XXX. Of the Fixed-Stars in Gemini, their Number, Names, Nature, Mag∣nitude, Latitude and Longitude.
CHAP. XXXI. Of the fixed Stars in Cancer, their Number, Names, Nature, Mag∣nitude, Latitude and Longitude.
CHAP. XXXII. Of the fixed Stars in Leo, their Number, Names, Nature, Mag∣nitude, Latitude and Longitude.
CHAP. XXXIII. Of the fixed Stars in Virgo, their Number, Names, Nature, Mag∣nitude, Latitude and Longitude.
CHAP. XXXIV. Of the fixed Stars in Libra, their Names, Number, Nature, Mag∣nitude, Longitude and Latitude.
CHAP. XXXV. Of the fixed Stars in Scorpio, their Number, Names, Natures, Magni∣tude, Latitude and Longitude.
CHAP. XXXVI. Of the fixed Stars in Sagittary, their Number, Names, Nature, Magni∣tude, Latitude and Longitude.
CHAP. XXXVII. Of the fixed Stars in Capricornus, their Number, Names, Nature, Magnitude, Latitude and Longitude.
CHAP. XXXVIII. Of the fixed Stars in Aquaries, their Number, Names, Nature, Magnitude, Latitude and Longitude.
CHAP. XXXIX. Of the Fixed stars in Pisces, their nature, number, names, magnitude, latitude and longitude.
CHAP. XL. Shewing the use of all the former Tables.
CHAP. XLI. Of the significations of the 12 Houses of Heaven, and wherefore they have such signification.
CHAP. XLII. Of the division of the Houses into twelve equal parts.
Chap. XLIII. Containing some Terms of Art very necessary to be known: as also Instructions how to erect a Figure of Heaven.
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TO THE RIGHT HONOVRABLE Henry Perrepoint, Marquess of DORCHESTER, Earl of KINGSTONE upon HVLL, Vicount NEW ARK and Lord PER∣REPOINT of HOLMES PERREPOINT, Health and life here, and Eternal happiness hereafter.
To the Reader.
The Contents of every Section and Chapter contained in the Third Book of this Treatise, being an INTRODUCTION TO ELECTIONS.
LIBER III. DE IVDICIIS ASTRORVM IN ELECTIONIBVS, OR AN Introduction to Elections, Fully comprehending the RULES of the Ancients in Electing a time for any manner of VVORK.
SECTION. I. Comprehending an Introduction to Elections, or necessary Instructions for electing any manner of work, by the secret operations of the Heavens, by the nature of the Signs, Planets, and Aspects of the Moon, &c.
CHAP. I. Containing some necessary Instructions to the judging of Elections.
CHAP. II. Of the signs, and their significations in Elections, and of the hinde∣rances of the Moon, being a farther instruction to the judging of Elections.
CHAP. III. Shewing Elections by the Aspects of the Moon to the other six Pla∣nets, and by her Mansions.
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The Ʋse of the TABLE.
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The Ʋse of the Table.
SECTION. II. Containing Rules for Electing such matters as appertain to the signification of the first House of Heaven.
CHAP. I. Containing necessary Rules for putting Children to Nurse, to School, or to a Trade, and of Weaning of Children.
CHAP. II. Containing the Rules of Elections in the cutting of Hair.
CHAP. III. Of cutting the Nails of the hands or feet, as also Corns.
SECTION III. Of Rules for Electing matters appertaining to the second House.
CHAP. I. Of receiving and borrowing of Money.
CHAP. II. Containing other Rules concerning borrowing and lending of money.
CHAP. III. Of buying to profit again by the sale thereof.
CHAP. IV. Of selling to advantage.
CHAP. V. Father concerning Buying and Selling in the ordinary course of the World.
CHAP. VI. Of buying clothing, or putting on of Apparel.
CHAP. VII. Of flitting, or removing from one place to another.
CHAP. VIII. Containing Rules for Electing any Work in the Art of Distillation, or Alchymie.
SECTION IV. Comprehending Rules, in Electing such matters as ap∣pertain to the signification of the third House.
CHAP. I. Of short Iourneys, and their Elections.
CHAP. II. Of making of Friendship between Brethren, or any two at variance.
CHAP. III. Of applying the minde or study to Divine matters or contemplations.
SECTION V. Containing Rules of Elections, appertaining to the fourth House.
CHAP. I. Of building Houses.
CHAP. II. Of Building of Castles and Cities.
CHAP. III. Of Building of Churches.
CHAP. IV. Of Building or Erecting of Mills.
CHAP. V. Of pulling down or destroying of Houses, or any Fabrick whatsoever.
CHAP. VI. Containing rules of Elections in buying of Land, Houses or He∣ritages.
CHAP. VII. Of Buying of Land, or ground for Husbandry, and not to build on.
CHAP. VIII. Of bringing of Water to a house, either by Conduit, Pipe or Pump; and of digging of Wells.
CHAP. IX. Of Tillage, or Manuring of the Ground.
CHAP. X. Of Renting or Hiring, and Letting of Houses, Land or Fruit, or any other thing to be Let or Hired.
CHAP. XI. of Planting of Trees or Graffing.
CHAP. XII. Of Sowing of Seeds in the ground.
CHAP. XIII. Of ridding Houses or places from evil Spirits.
SECTION VI. Containing Rules for Electing a time for any Work, or thing appertaining to the fifth House.
CHAP. I. Shewing a fit time for getting of Boys or Girls.
CHAP. II. Of Delivering a dead Childe.
CHAP. III. Of Christening or Circumcising of Children.
CHAP. IV. Of giving and receiving of Gifts or Presents.
CHAP. V. Containing Rules for electing a time for putting on of Apparel.
CHAP. VI. Of Feasting or eating of meat.
CHAP. VII. Of Drinking of Wine and other Drinks.
CHAP. VIII. Of writing of Letters, or any thing else of Ingenuity.
CHAP. IX. Of making Odoriferous smels and unguents.
CHAP. X. Of sending Embassadors or Messengers.
SECTION VII. Of Elections appertaining to the sixth House.
CHAP. I. Of the true Knowledge of the Crisis or Critical and Judicial Days, very useful for those that study Physick.
CHAP. II. Of Applying Medicines generally to all the parts of the body of Man.
CHAP. III. Of the Administration of Remedies to the Diseases of the Head.
CHAP. IV. Of Applying remedies to the eyes, and preparatives in general.
CHAP. V. Of Applying remedies to the Noses.
CHAP. VI. Of injecting of Clisters, &c. and Stopping of Rheums or Fluxes.
CHAP. VII. Of the administration of gargarisms, or sneezings, and such like.
CHAP. VIII. Of giving of Vomits.
CHAP. IX. Of administring Purges and Physick laxative.
CHAP. X. Of Bathing, and Electing a time therefore.
CHAP. XI. Of Electing a time for using Chirurgery.
CHAP. XII. Of Electing a time for Phlebotomy or Blood-letting, of applying also Ventosies.
CHAP. XIII. Of the Physitians going to the Patient.
CHAP. XIV. Of Hiring of Servants.
CHAP. XV. Of buying of Birds, and letting them flie to return again.
CHAP. XVI. Of buying fourfooted beasts.
CHAP. XVII. Of bringing up Dogs, or Taming of small Cattel.
SECTION VIII. Containing Elections appertaining to the seventh House.
CHAP. I. Of Elections appertaining to the signification of the seventh house, and touching Marriage.
CHAP. II. Of Venereall sports.
CHAP. III. Of Partnership, or Agreements, or things between two.
CHAP. IV. Of going to War, or beginning of Differences and Duels, Quarrels, Law-Suits, Controversies, and the like.
CHAP. V. Of making of Peace, suppressing or encountring of Rebels, and storm∣ing of Castles and Towns.
CHAP. VI. Of buying of Arms, and preparing of Instruments of War, and Ships or Gallies.
CHAP. VII. Of seeking of Fugitives, and examining of Thieves and Male∣factors.
CHAP. VIII. To know the Subject and scope of the Whisperings or Clandestine Practices of any two, and of playing at Chesse (or any other sit∣ting Game) to win.
CHAP. IX. Of Hunting, Fowling and Fishing.
SECTION. IX. Containing Elections appertaining to the significa∣tion of the eighth House.
CHAP. 1. Of making of Wills.
CHAP. II. Of the Heritages of the Dead.
SECTION X. Containing the Elections of the ninth House of Heaven.
CHAP. 1. Of the returning of such as are absent, and of going of journeys, and entring into any place.
CHAP. II. Of building of Ships and Gallies, and of lanching them, and of voyaging by Sea.
CHAP. III. Of learning of Sciences, and of Singing and Musick.
SECTION XI. Containing Elections appertaining to the signification of the tenth House.
CHAP. I. Of electing of Kings and Nobles, and of their enstalling and begin∣ning their Rule or Government.
CHAP. II. Of obtaining favour of Kings and great men, Iustice on Ene∣mies, and Pardons; also of going of Progress with the King, or any other Grandee.
CHAP. III. Of learning any Art or Occupation.
SECTION XII. Containing such Elections as are under the signification of the eleventh House of Heaven.
CHAP. I. Of accomplishing any thing hoped for, and of gaining a good re∣pute, and the love of friends.
CHAP. II. Of obtaining of Promises and Requests.
SECTION XIII. Comprehending the Elections of the Twelfth House.
CHAP. I. Of Freeing of Prisoners and Captives.
CHAP. II. Of Buying and Riding of Horses.
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TO THE Right Honorable and truly Noble Montague Berty, EARL of LINDSEY, LORD WILLOVGHBY of ERESBY AND LORD HIGH CHAMBERLAIN OF ENGLAND.
To the Studious Reader.
ASTROLOGIA MVNDA OR, Pure Astrologie: BEING An Introduction to the Judgement of the Stars. Touching all general Accidents and Events in this Elementary VVorld, portended by the Revo∣lutions of the Sun, Eclipses, Comets, and Great Conjunctions in a Natural way and course of the Govern∣ment of the Universe.
SECTION I. Containing the Ground-work of Revolutions, considera∣tions before Judgement, and the true Significators of such things as are necessary to be judged of in this manner of Work.
CHAP. I. Showing the Ground-work on which Astrological Iudgements for the judging of Revolutions are to be built, and how many Schemes or Figures of Heaven ought to be erected for this Work.
CHAP. II. Containing some necessary considerations before Iudgement.
CHAP. III. Shewing which are the Significators of the King, People, their Enemies and Assistants, in any Revolution of the years of the World.
CHAP. IV. Of the Significators of Rich and Noblemen, the Kings Standard or Armour-Bearer; also Clergy-men, and of Students, Merchants, Lawyers, and Women in general: also Fryers and Monks; and these according to the significations of the Planets.
SECTION II. Shewing the state and condition of the King or Rulers, and their continuation and durability in any Revolu∣tion; as also the condition of the People from the position and fortitudes of their significators. Also how to know the Lord of the year in any Revolution of the years of the World, and the significations thereof in the twelve Houses, Signs and Aspects of the Planets; also of the significations of the Head and Tail of the Dragon in any of the twelve Houses.
CHAP. I. Of the state or condition of the King or chief Rulers and People in any Annual Revolution.
CHAP. II. Teaching how to judge of the permanency or durability of Kings, or such as are in Authority by any Revolution.
CHAP. III. Shewing the state and condition of the Common People in any Region, by any Revolution.
CHAP. IV. How to know that Planet which is Lord of the Year in any Annual Re∣volution of the Years of the World.
CHAP. V. Of the Significations of the seven Celestial Planets, when any of them is Lord of the Year, whether Fortunated or Impedited, and of the Aspects of the other Planets with them.
CHAP. VI. Containing the true Significations of the Planet Saturn as he is in any Annual Revolution accidentally placed in any of the Twelve Houses of Heaven, whether he be Lord of the Year or no.
CHAP. VII. Of the Signification of Jupiter as he is accidentally placed in any of the Twelve Houses of Heaven in any Annual Revolution, whether he be Lord of the Year or no.
CHAP. VIII. Containing the Significations of Mars in the Twelve Houses of Hea∣ven in any annual Revolution, whether he be Lord of the Year or no.
CHAP. IX. Shewing the Significations of the Sun in the Twelve Houses of Hea∣ven in any Annual Revolution, whether he be Lord of the Year or no.
CHAP. X. Shewing the Signification of Venus in the Twelve Houses of Hea∣ven in any Annual Revolution, whether she be Lady of the Year or no.
CHAP. XI. Of the Significations of Mercury in the Twelve Houses of Hea∣ven in any Annual Revolution, whether he be Lord of the Year or no.
CHAP. XII. Of the significations of the Moon in the Twelve Houses of Heaven in any Annual Revolution, whether She be Lady of the Year or no.
CHAP. XIII. Containing the signfications of the Head and Tail of the Dragon in the Twelve Houses of Heaven in any Annual Revolution of the Years of the World.
CHAP. XIV. Shewing the Significations of the Planets in any of the Triplicities, when any of them is Lord of the Year in any Annual Revolution of the years of the World.
CHAP. XV. Demonstrating the Significations of Saturn when he is Lord of the Year in any of the twelve Signs.
CHAP. XVI. Shewing the Significations of Jupiter, when he is Lord of the year in any of the Twelve Signs.
CHAP. XVII. Shewing the Significations of Mars, when he is Lord of the year in any of the twelve Signs.
CHAP. XVIII. Containing the Accidents signified by the Sun when he is Lord of the year in any of the twelve Signs.
CHAP. XIX. Of the things signified by Venus when she is Lady of the year in any of the Twelve Signs.
CHAP. XX. Of the Significations of Mercury when he is Lord of the Year in any of the Twelve Signs.
CHAP. XXI. Containing the Significations of the Moon, when she is Lady of the Year in any of the twelve Signs.
CHAP. XXII. Shewing what is signified by the Head and Tayl of the Dragon, as they are placed in any of the Twelve Signs in any Revolution.
SECTION III. Containing some other necessary Instructions for the judging of Events portended by any Revolution of the Years of the World; Also shewing how to judge of such Years as signifie fertility, sterility, wars, peace, health or sickness, alteration of and in the air, and of all other things foreknown by the position of the Hea∣vens at the Ingress of the Sun into the first point of Aries.
CHAP. I. Shewing the Significations of the Planets in their Exaltations, and also in Conjunction, Square or Opposition of Saturn or Mars at that time in any Revolution.
CHAP. II. Of the Significations of the Planets, and Dragons Head and Tail, as also Blazing-Stars, when they are (in any Revolution) exalted one above another.
CHAP. III. Containing Considerations from the Sun and Moon when the Revo∣lution is either Diurnal or Nocturnal, also when the Revolution happens at Sun-setting and break of day; from the Lord of the hour, Part of Fortune, the indisposition of Saturn and Mars, from their Conjunction with the Dragons Head and Tail in any Annual Revolution.
CHAP. IV. Teaching how to judge of the evil of any year, the nature thereof, and when the year is most likely to be both turbulent, obnoxious, and unfortunate, also what is portended in any Revolution when one Planet transfers his light and nature to another.
CHAP. V. Shewing how to judge of health or sickness in any year.
CHAP. VI. Of Wars or Peace.
CHAP. VII. Of Fertility and Sterility.
CHAP. VIII. Teaching how to know the price of any thing in any Year.
CHAP. IX. Containing some Instructions touching the alteration of the Ayr and change of weather in any Year.
CHAP. X. Shewing how to judge of the weather by the Aspects of the Moon to the other Planets, and by the several Aspects of the Planets amongst themselves.
CHAP. XI. Demonstrating the alteration of the Ayr by the Combustion, Orientality and Occidentality of the Planets in every of the 12 Signs.
CHAP. XII. Containing further Instructions touching the alteration of the Ayr, from the application of the Moon to the other Planets, having sepa∣rated from the Conjunction or Opposition of the Sun.
CHAP. XIII. Teaching by other Rules how to judge of the alteration of the Ayr, and to know when Rain is to be expected.
CHAP. XIV. Shewing Haly his judgement on Weather and the alteration of the Ayr.
CHAP. XV. Shewing how to judge of Weather from common Observation of the rising and setting of the Sun, colour of the Moon, appearance of the Rain-bow, Comets, Clowds, Brightness of the fixed Stars, also by the prime day, and from the time of the day wherein Thunder happeneth.
CHAP. XVI. Demonstrating the Natural cause of many Suns, of the Rain-bow, Rain, Hail, Frost, Snow, Dew, Winde, Earth-quakes, Comets, Thunders, Lightnings and the cause of the Sun and the Moons Eclipse.
CHAP. XVII. Of the Signification of the most notable fixed Stars both fortunate and unfortunate in any of the twelve Houses in Revolutions of the Years of the World.
SECTION IV. Teaching how to judge of the Natural Mutations and Accidents of this Elementary World by the appear∣ance of Eclipses, Comets, great Conjunctions and Blazing Stars.
CHAP. I. Containing Ptolomies method in judging Eclipses, and how to know the Regions to which the Effects belong.
CHAP. II. Shewing the time when the Effects of any Eclipse shall begin and how long continue.
CHAP. III. Of the kindes of the Events of any Eclipse.
CHAP. IV. Of the quality of the Events of any Eclipse, whether Good or Evill.
CHAP. V. Of the Sun and Moon Eclipsed in any Decanate or Face of the twelve Celestial Signs.
CHAP. VI. Of Comets and Blazing-Stars, what they are, the many sorts thereof, their Portences, and how long they appear at any time.
CHAP. VII. Shewing the Physical reasons of the horrid and terrible portences of Con∣mets and Blazing-Stars.
CHAP. VIII. Shewing some other names of Comets or Blazing-Stars, and their Portences.
CHAP. IX. Of the signification of Comets and Blazing-Stars appropriated to the seven Planets.
CHAP. X. Shewing the Significations of Comets, when they appear in any of the twelve Signs of Heaven.
CHAP. XI. Of great Conjunctions, their Number, and how to judge of their Effects.
CHAP. XII. Of the Conjunctions of the Superiours.
CHAP. XIII. Of the mean and lesser Conjunctions, and their Effects.
CHAP. XIV. Of the Conjunction of the Planets in the twelve Signs according to Hermes.
CHAP. XV. Shewing how to judge of the General Accidents of the World by the Falling of New-Years Day.
The Post-Script.
The Contents of every Section and Chapter contained in this fourth Treatise, intituled ASTROLOGIA MUNDA.
An INDEX, pointing to the chief matters contained in this Vo∣lume. This mark * before any figure, points you to the folio in the first EPISTLE to the READER.
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