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Jubar Astrologicum; or, A True Astrological Guide (1671) (New)
by Thrasher, William
Publisher: Renaissance Astrology
Book ID: RAST10, RAST10
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William Thrasher’s Jubar Astrologicum, published in 1671, provides a complete introduction to the basics of traditional astrology, explaining the essential dignity system, aspects, the assignment of houses and other key facets common to all types of traditional astrology.
In addition, however, Jubar Astrologicum also gives complete instructions for answering horary questions for each of the twelve houses, including questions of wealth, property, birth, illness, marriage, partnership, death, travel, career and even witchcraft and curses.
One of the most useful features of Jubar Astrologicum is Thrasher’s delineation of numerous example charts, providing invaluable practical insight to horary analysis.
Renaissance Astrology Facsimile Editions is pleased to present Jubar Astrologicum in its first publication in three hundred years. Like all 17th century authors on horary astrology Thrasher is clearly indebted to William Lilly, but Jubar Astrologicum contains much of interest for students of traditional astrology.
A fascinating look at late traditional astrological magic! 324 pages of original material with two facing pages of original per page. Facsimile version, very clean copy, 8.5 x 11 inch format.
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