|Author:||Poole, John, b. 1610.|
|Title:||Country astrology in three books.: Being the many years astrological experiments and painful collections of John Pool of the county of Glocester, student in astrology and physick. A work very useful for all such as are lovers of astrology, and do delight in the serious study of calculating nativities.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Country astrology in three books.: Being the many years astrological experiments and painful collections of John Pool of the county of Glocester, student in astrology and physick. A work very useful for all such as are lovers of astrology, and do delight in the serious study of calculating nativities.
Poole, John, b. 1610.
London: Printed for Lavvrence Chapman, next door to the Fountain-Tavern in the Strand, 1650.
TO THE READER.
The Contents of the first Book.
OF THE IVDGEMENTS ASTRONOMICALL UPON NATIVITIES.
Chap. I. Of the Celestiall figure of a Nativity.
Chap. II. Of the verification of the houre of the Nativitie.
Chap. III. The manner to set downe perfectly the said figure verified.
Chap. IV. Of the parts of Nativities.
The parts concerning the significations of the first House.
Of the second House.
Of the third.
Of the fourth.
Of the fift.
Of the sixt.
Of the seventh.
Of the eighth.
Of the ninth.
Of the tenth.
Of the eleventh.
Of the twelfth.
Chap. V. Of the latitudes and aspects of the Planets.
Chap. VI. Of the fortunes and infortunes of the Planets, and parts of Heaven.
Here followeth the infortunes.
Infortunes particular to the Moone.
The fortunes of the Planets.
Particular fortunes of the Moone.
Chap. VII. If the Child shall live or no.
Chap. VIII. Of the giver of life, called of the Arabians Hyleg.
Chap. IX. Of the giver of yeares, called of the Arabians Alcocoden.
Chap. X. Of them that augment and diminish the number of the said yeares.
Chap. XI. Of the Lords of the Nativitie.
Chap. XII. Of the understanding and manners of a man.
Chap. XIII. Of riches and poverty.
Chap. XIV. By what meanes riches and poverty come.
Chap. XV. Of the time when the riches & dammages shall come.
Chap. XVI. Of Brethren.
Chap. XVII. Of the Father and Mother.
Chap. XVIII. Of heritages and goods of the earth.
Chap. XIX. Of Children.
Chap. XX. Of Servants.
What kind of conditions every Planet doth yeeld.
Chap. XXI. Of Diseases.
Chap. XXII. Of Marriage.
Chap. XXIII. Of Dowrie, & other Goods by the means of marriage.
Chap. XXIV. Of the death.
Chap. XXV. Of voyages by Land and by Sea.
Chap. XXVI. Of the constancie in his religion.
Chap. XXVII. Of the Action and Profession.
XXVIII. Of Dignities, Offices, and Honours.
Chap. XXIX. Of Companions and Friends.
XXX. Of Suites, and enemies.
Chap. XXXI. Of Imprisonments, and Captivities.
Chap. XXXII. Of Horses, Muttons, and other Beasts.
OF THE ASTRONOMICALL judgements upon the Nativities, con∣taining particular considerations.
Chap. I. Of the significations of the Planets.
Chap. II. Of the significations of the twelve Signes.
Chap. III. Of that which the Planets signifie in the said Signes.
Chap. IV. Of the Aspects of the planets betweene them.
Chap. V. Of the significations of the twelve Houses.
Chap. VI. Of the Lords of the Triplicities of the said houses.
Chap. VII. What the Planets signifie in the twelve houses.
Chap. VIII. The significations of the Lords of the Houses, by the places of the figure.
OF IVDGEMENTS ASTRONO∣micall upon Nativities, containing the directions and revolutions.
Chap. I. Of Directions.
Chap. II. Of the Separator or Burner, called of the Arabians Algebuthar.
Chap. III. Of the Lords of the Triplicities.
Chap. IV. Of Revolutions.
Chap. V. Of the judgements upon the revolutions.
Chap. VI. Of the yeares governed by the Planets, called of the Arabians Fridarie.
Chap. VII. Of Profections.
Chap. VIII. The Lord of the Circulation, from the Lord of the houre of the Nativitie.
Chap. IX. Of the circulation of the Lord of the Ascendant, and of the Planets, which be in the Ascendant.
Chap. X. Of the Eclipses, and great Conjunctions apper∣taining to the Revolutions of Nativities.
Chap. XI. Of the particular meetings of all the yeare.