A prophecy of the white king, and dreadfull dead-man explaned to which is added the prophecie of Sibylla Tibvrtina and prediction of Iohn Kepler, all of especiall concernment for these times
Lilly, William, 1602-1681., Kepler, Johannes, 1571-1630.

Another Copie as it was given me. Aquila.

MOrtuo leone justiciae, surget Rex albus in Britannia, primo volans, postea equitans, deinde descendens, & in discensu inviscabitur: Tunc digito mon∣strabitur, & dicitur ubi est Rex albus & nobilis; Tunc erit mercatio hominum, velut de ove & bove, & dicetur Rex est, Rex non est; Post haec eriget se in regem, & erit tempus Milvorum, & septennio durabit guerra intra; Deinde pullus Aquilae veniet super ligneos equos anno & senio, & erit guerra in Britannia, ut{que} paucorum hominum integra manebit charitas: Quod enim quis pepigit ves∣perè, mane violabitur: Deinde Rex albus ibit versus occidentem ad locum anti∣quum juxta currentem aquam: & tunc occurrunt sibi inimici sui, & ad modum clipei formabitur exercitus eorum, a frontibus & lateribus impugnabitur Rex; & tunc rex albus & nobilis labetur in auram: Deinde pullus, Aquilae nidificabit in summo rupium; nec juvenis occidetur, nec ad senium perveniet: tunc probitas glo∣riosa non patietur sibi injuriam irrogari, qui pacificato regno omnes occidet, & tunc erit dies judicii: explicit.

Textus rubricatus & non glosa.

The latter part of this Copie seemes vitiated, whoever reads the Prophecy, let him warily understand the word (sibi) and omnes: for therein is the most materiall thing intended.