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Author: Harflete, Henry, fl. 1653.
Title: Vox caelorum. Predictions defended: or, The voyce of the celestiall light, wherein is proved five things: 1 That the starres have received influences. 2 That they operate and worke upon sublunary things, according to the nature and quality of those received influences. 3 That God hath revealed those received influences to man. 4 That it is not unlawfull to predict according to the knowne nature and quality of those received influences. 5 That it is not unlawfull to call the starres by such and such names; as Pleyades, Arcturus, Orion, &c. And divers places of the Scriptures opened and cleared. With a vindication of M. William Lilly his reputation against the Epirrhesian antagonists, in these times of discovery of new lights. By Henry Harflete, practitioner in the mathematickes.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Vox caelorum. Predictions defended: or, The voyce of the celestiall light, wherein is proved five things: 1 That the starres have received influences. 2 That they operate and worke upon sublunary things, according to the nature and quality of those received influences. 3 That God hath revealed those received influences to man. 4 That it is not unlawfull to predict according to the knowne nature and quality of those received influences. 5 That it is not unlawfull to call the starres by such and such names; as Pleyades, Arcturus, Orion, &c. And divers places of the Scriptures opened and cleared. With a vindication of M. William Lilly his reputation against the Epirrhesian antagonists, in these times of discovery of new lights. By Henry Harflete, practitioner in the mathematickes.
Harflete, Henry, fl. 1653.

Imprinted at London: for Mat. Walbancke, [1646]
Subject terms:
Astrology
Lilly, William, -- 1602-1681
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A87111.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Right Wor∣shipfull Iohn Boys of the Honourable Society of Graies Inne Esquire, Counsellor at Law, one of the Deputy Lieutenants of the County Kent, and one of the Members of the Honourable House of Commons.
To the Indifferent Reader.
To all Astronomers, Astrologers, to all reall Masters of Arts, and to all true lovers of the Arts and Sciences.
Vox Coelorum.
1 Ignorant
2 Envious
3 Censorious
section 1
2 Starres have Influences
2 Reccived their influences from God.
2 Operate;
2 By reason.
By Experience.
Thus for the Text; now 2 For the Glosse.
2 Fence