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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. 1828 Excerpt: ...danger, because the giver of Life applied to the Body of Jupiter, by Converse motion, and was also received in his Terms, where, the ray of Venus, by the Altitude of the Sun's Circle of position, became subsequently conjoined; from which we may observe, that those Directions to mars, and Saturn to the giver of Life, could not produce any indisposition; and when the Sun was directed to the Body of Saturn, many pretenders would judge that the Native would depart this life at the time limited by that Direction, but it passed over at the Age of forty-five Years, and one month, and left the Native in good Health, and Spirits; therefore from what has been observed, it is plain, that the Sun to the Body of Saturn could neither kill this Native, or produce any injury to his Life, for the Directions of both the benefics followed, by which the violence of that Direction was impeded; but when the Hyleg is directed to the Body of mars by Converse Direction, united with others which will be in operation at the same time, then this Native will be no more, as the Etfects of those Directions will prove mortal, at the Ago of fifty-one Years, and two months. I should not have given this Nativity a place in ray Work, if there had not been a whimsical question connected therewith, which I conceive may require an answer. The fact is, a Gentleman now living was Born in the Town of Boston, Lincolnshire, October 3rd, 1778, 16h. 30m. r M, by which it will appear that the Native at Boston, was Born twenty minutes in time, earlier than the Native of Lincoln, and therefore the question is, as there are only twenty Minutes difference between the time of each Birth, will both these persons depart this Life at the same time. I have stated the period of the Demise of the Native of Lincoln...
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Book Description RareBooksClub.com, 2012. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 110 pages. 9.69x7.44x0.23 inches. In Stock. Seller Inventory # zk1130592995