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Author: Weigel, Valentin, 1533-1588.
Title: Astrologie theologized:: wherein is set forth, vvhat astrologie, and the light of nature is. What influence the starres naturally have on man, and how the same may be diverted and avoided. As also, that the outward man, how eminent soever in all naturall and politicall sciences, is to bee denied, and die in us. And, that the inward man by the light of grace, through profession and practice of a holy life, is to be acknowledged and live in us: which is the onely means to keep the true Sabbath in inward holinesse, and free from outward pollution. / By Valentine Weigelius.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Astrologie theologized:: wherein is set forth, vvhat astrologie, and the light of nature is. What influence the starres naturally have on man, and how the same may be diverted and avoided. As also, that the outward man, how eminent soever in all naturall and politicall sciences, is to bee denied, and die in us. And, that the inward man by the light of grace, through profession and practice of a holy life, is to be acknowledged and live in us: which is the onely means to keep the true Sabbath in inward holinesse, and free from outward pollution. / By Valentine Weigelius.
Weigel, Valentin, 1533-1588.

London: Printed for George Whittington, at the blue Anchor in Cornhill, neer the Royall Exchange, 1649.
Subject terms:
Astrology
Theology
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A96163.0001.001

Contents
title page
Astrologie Theologized.
CHAP. I. What Astrologie is, and what Theologie; and how they have reference one to another.
CHAP. II. Concerning the subject of Astrologie.
CHAP. III. Of the three parts of man: Spirit Soule and Body, from whence every one is taken, and how one is in the other.
CHAP. 4. Of the composition of the Microcosme, that is Man, from the Macro∣cosme, the great World
CHAP. 5. That all kinds of Sciences, Studies, Actions and lifes flourishing a∣mongst men on the earth and Sea do testifie, That all Astrologie, that is, naturall wisdom, with all it's species, is and is to be really found in every man: And so all things whatsoever men act on earth is produced, moved, governed and acted from the inward heaven. And what are the Starrs which a wise man ought to rule.
CHAP. 6. Touching a double Firmament and Starr in every man, and that by the benefit of Regeneration in the exercise of the Sabbath, a man may be transposed from a worser Nature into a better.
CHAP. VII. Touching the distribution of all Astrologie, into the seven Governours of the world, and their operations and offices, as well in the Macro∣cosme, as in the Microcosme.
CHAP. VIII. Touching the Astrologie of Saturn, of what kind it is, and how it ought to be Theologized.
CHAP. IX. A specificall Declaration, how the Astrologie of Saturn in Man ought and may be Theologized.
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