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  • The New Student's Reference Work (1914) Astrology 80585The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Astrology Astrol′ogy, the so-called science of
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 2 Astrology 15679331911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 2 — Astrology ASTROLOGY, the ancient art or science of divining
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  • of the Astrolabe Planisphere. § 30. Stars marked on the Rete. § 31. Astrological Notes. lvii Plates illustrating the description of the Astrolabe lxxxi
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  • Πτολεμαῖος Klaúdios Ptolemaîos); author of mathematics, astronomy, geography, astrology and an epigram Almagest Geography Tetrabiblos Harmonics Optics “Ptolemy
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  • September 1894  (1894)  Seventeenth-Century Astrology   1224861Popular Science Monthly Volume 45 September 1894 — Seventeenth-Century Astrology  1894
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  • Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 2 Astrology by Maximilian Joseph Jacobi 95384Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 2 AstrologyMaximilian Joseph Jacobi
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  • Calendar and Astrology By William Foester 637301Popular Science Monthly Volume 22 April 1883 — Origin of the Calendar and Astrology By William Foester1883
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  •  (1898)  A Relic of Astrology By Henry Carrington Bolton 1393735Popular Science Monthly Volume 53 May 1898 — A Relic of Astrology By Henry Carrington
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  • Philosophers (No. 1, London, 1825), the first and only number of an astrological magazine, published under the pseudonym of Merlinus Anglicanus by R.
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  • Patriarchs : or the Astrology of the Ancient Hebrews. 1550572Unheard-of Curiosities — Of the Horoscope of the Patriarchs : or the Astrology of the Ancient
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  • under certain Constellations. Of the Horoscope of the Patriarchs : or the Astrology of the Ancient Hebrews. Of the Reading of the Stars, and what ever else
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  • several of his predecessors in the science of astrology. 3. ‘Key to Physic and the Occult Science of Astrology,’ London, 4to. n. d. 4. ‘The Medical Mirror
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  • behalfe of Astrology. Gulielmus Parisiensis, and Paracelsus refuted. Astrology by whom found out : the Errour of Pliny in this Particular. Astrology both Good
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  • "—quoted in Wilde and Dodson's Natal Astrology. He satisfied himself that there was more truth in the old astrology than modern criticism supposed, and
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  • to the pseudo science of astrology. In 1831 he brought out 'The Herald of Astrology,' which was continued as 'The Astrological Almanac' and 'Zadkiel's
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  • and other ancient Idolaters, who worshipped the Host of Heaven, and pretended to the arts of Astrology and Necromancy. See Sabeans. Calmet's Dict.
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  • Astrology in Particular 154954Ante-Nicene Fathers Vol. III, Apologetic, On Idolatry — Professions of Some Kinds Allied to Idolatry. Of Astrology
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  • _Elias16171692An antiquarian, collector, politician and student of astrology, and alchemy. Theatrum Chemicum Britannicum, (1652) The Institution,
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  • join the London Astrological Society, of which he became secretary. In 1836 he published 'The Student's Assistant in Astronomy and Astrology.… Also a Discourse
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  • Neuman. A1487.1. Origin of astronomy. Jewish: Neuman. A1487.1.1. Origin of astrology. Jewish: Neuman. A1487.2. Origin of medical books. Jewish: *Neuman. A1438
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