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Country Astrology: Traditional Natal Astrology (1650) (New)
by Poole, John
Publisher: Renaissance Astrology
Book ID: RAST13, RAST13
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John Poole’s Country Astrology, published in 1650, is a complete textbook of natal astrology. It gives a full introduction to traditional natal astrology, providing extensive instructions for complete birth chart readings. Poole explains how to make the complex traditional length of life delineations, giving a full explanation of the derivation and use of the Hyleg, Alchochoden and Anareta, the killing planet.
Poole provides a complete listing of how to read each of the natal houses, explaining how to delineate for wit and manners, wealth, brothers and sisters, family, property, children, illness, marriage, inheritance, death, travel, spirituality and religion, fame and career, friends and imprisonment. Country Astrology also provides useful instruction in delineating natal timing techniques, including primary directions, the use of triplicity lords, solar revolutions, firdaria profections, eclipses, Great Conjunctions and the traditional use of transits.
Renaissance Astrology Facsimile Editions is pleased to present Country Astrology in its first publication in three hundred years. Another unique and valuable addition for traditional horary astrologers of today!
A fascinating look at late traditional astrological magic! Specially enlarged for easy reading 119 pages of original material in a Facsimile version of the 1650 original. very clean copy, 8.5 x 11 inch format.
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