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Author: Guido Bonatus,Henry Coley,William Lilly
ISBN13: 978-1596053335
Title: The Astrologer's Guide (Cosimo Classics Paranormal)
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Publisher: Cosimo Classics (November 1, 2005)
Pages: 128

The Astrologer's Guide (Cosimo Classics Paranormal) by Guido Bonatus,Henry Coley,William Lilly



Henry Coley's Address to the Reader" The provenance of this charming little book is as delightfully convoluted as the discipline it offers guidance in. In the 13th century, Italian mystic Guido Bonatus set down in writing his 146 "considerations," or guides for interpreting astrological signs. In 1675, British astrologers Henry Coley and William Lilly published a translated version of Bonatus, along with a selection of oracular advice from "Jerom Cardan of Milan" in the same volume.

by Guido Bonatus (Translator), Henry Coley (Translator). ISBN-13: 978-0787301156. The provenance of this charming little book is as delightfully convoluted as the discipline it offers guidance in. In 1675, British astrologers Henry Coley and William Lilly published a translated version of Bonatus, along with a selection of oracular advice from "Jerom Cardan of Milan" in the same volume

It includes the 146 Considerations of astrologer Guido Bonatus and the choicest aphorisms of the Seven Segments of astrologer Jerome Cardan. Translated from the Latin by Henry Coley, The Astrologer's Guide was first published in English in 1886. It includes an introduction by Henry Coley. The information in this classic astrology book is as valuable as it was when compiled in 1675, and includes references to natal, predictive and horary astrology.

Being the one hundred and forty-six considerations of the famous astrologer, Guido Bonatus, tr. from the Latin by Henry Coley, together with the choicest aphorisms of the seven segments of Jerom Cardan of Milan. Being the one hundred and forty-six considerations of the famous astrologer, Guido Bonatus, tr. byLilly, William, 1602-1681; Bonatti, Guido, 13th cent; Cardano, Girolamo, 1501-1576; Coley, Henry, 1633-1695?

The Astrologer's Guide Guido Bonatus (translator), Henry Coley (translator), William Lilly (translator) Cosimo Classics, 2005 . The Astrologer's Guide William Lilly American Federation of Astrologers, 2005. Astrologer's Guide Guido; Cardan, Jerome Bonatus Regulus Publishing Co Ltd, London, United Kingdom, 1986 . Astrologer's Guide William Lilly American Federation of Astrologers, 1970. This book is the Astrologer's Guide, Anima Astrologiae, or a guide for astrologers, being the one hundred and forty-six consideration of the famous astrologer, Guido Bonatus, translated from the Latin.

It includes the 146 Considerations of astrologer Guido Bonatus and the choicest aphorisms of the Seven Segments of astrologer Jerom Cardan of Milan. Translated from the Latin by Henry Coley, The Astrologer's Guide was first published in Englsih in 1886.

Serjeant, William Charles Eldon. Author: Coley, Henry, 1633-1695? Author: Cardano, Girolamo, 1501-1576.

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[T]o judge of things to come, is no easy task, nor indeed can it always be exactly performed; but we may come near the truth, and differ from it only in some small time or circumstance; which difficulty should not at all discourage us from studying and endeavouring to obtain as great a knowledge therein, as Human minds are capable of... -from "Henry Coley's Address to the Reader" The provenance of this charming little book is as delightfully convoluted as the discipline it offers guidance in. In the 13th century, Italian mystic Guido Bonatus set down in writing his 146 "considerations," or guides for interpreting astrological signs. In 1675, British astrologers Henry Coley and William Lilly published a translated version of Bonatus, along with a selection of oracular advice from "Jerom Cardan of Milan" in the same volume. And then, in 1886, William C. Eldon Serjeant, fellow of the British Theosophical Society, republished that 1675 work and added his own notes and preface. The layers of history in this work-which is still used by astrologers today-makes it a particularly curious document of the medieval, Renaissance, and Victorian eras all at once.