The Familiar Astrologer, by Raphael

The Familiar Astrologer, by Raphael

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1832 edition. Excerpt: ...aspect with the a, who is in the 10th, also unafflicted by the malefics, gives a bale constitution and long life; more especially as 0 is rising to %, and elevated above t, . The chief interruption of health will be at twenty-Jive, short but violent, at thirty-seven, at forty-Jive, and finally at seventy-four DISEASES. h and the (c) in m and x show accidents of the lower extremities, and probably gout; s in Br, points out affections of the bowels, such as inflammations arising from taking cold in the feet, and obstruction of perspiration. In fact, these positions denote a cold and dry constitution. FORTUNE. i, who assumes dominion of (c), is retrogade in -k, occidental, and out of all his dignities; which, with exactly on the cusp of the second, clearly show that the native's substance will never increase. The (c), however, being in A to Q, %, and g, denote that he will acquire more possessive property in the early part of life (they being also angular), than he will be able to retain at a later period; because the (c) is occidental; but as (c) is in a trine aspect to all these, we may safely venture to say that the native will never want. Accident! given by our CorretpoHdeitf. The mother of Xenocrates died when be was 11 yean of age, viz. in I IT 1. Xenocrates married a most amiable wife in 1784, who wai at beautiful iu her person as her mind was engaging and lovely; and after living with her 38 years, she departed this life on the 1st of November, 1821. On the 31st of Marcb, 1797, Xenocrates broke his right leg by jumping ou of a carriage while the horses were running away, which happened about half, nut eight or nine in the evening, and his father died in the latter end of the same year; and the year 1797 was i
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  • Paperback | 162 pages
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  • English
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  • 9781236504487