The Astrologer's Guide: Anima Astrologiæ; or, A guide for astrologers: being the one hundred and forty-six considerations of the famous astrologer, Guido Bonatus, translated from the Latin by Henry Coley, together with the choicest aphorisms of the seven segments of Jerom Cardan of Milan, Edited by William Lilly (1675) Together with a glossary of astrological terms and a catalog of the principal fixed stars, their latitudes, longitudes and nature. Guido BOANTUS, William Lilly, a, Coulson Turnbull.
The Astrologer's Guide: Anima Astrologiæ; or, A guide for astrologers: being the one hundred and forty-six considerations of the famous astrologer, Guido Bonatus, translated from the Latin by Henry Coley, together with the choicest aphorisms of the seven segments of Jerom Cardan of Milan, Edited by William Lilly (1675) Together with a glossary of astrological terms and a catalog of the principal fixed stars, their latitudes, longitudes and nature.

The Astrologer's Guide: Anima Astrologiæ; or, A guide for astrologers: being the one hundred and forty-six considerations of the famous astrologer, Guido Bonatus, translated from the Latin by Henry Coley, together with the choicest aphorisms of the seven segments of Jerom Cardan of Milan, Edited by William Lilly (1675) Together with a glossary of astrological terms and a catalog of the principal fixed stars, their latitudes, longitudes and nature.

San Diego, CA: The Gnostic Press, 1918. First Edition Thus. Hardcover. Large octavo, xvi + 132pp. ii adverts. Original red cloth with gilt titling etc. to spine and front board, blind rules on both covers. Fold-out. A reprint of the 1676 edition with additions, The editor of this 1918 edition, Coulson Turnbull, was a well-known American astrologer and astrological writer who was for a time a follower of the charismatic "Brother XII," and served as one of the founding members of the first board of the latter's "Aquarian Foundation." Along with a number of astrological works Turnbull also wrote "Sema-Kanda: Threshold Memories. A Mystics Story," "Giordano Bruno, his life and Teachings", etc. The contents of this edition fall under two parts: I: The Table or Contents of the Several Considerations of Guido Bonatus and II: The Table of the Aphorisms of Jerom Cardan, along with an address to the text & a new table of fixed stars by William Lilly as well as a new Preface by Coulson Turnbull. Boards a little marked, head and tail of spine and corners bruised and a little chafed, page edges darkened with a few flecks. Owner's name in pen on front blank, pages lightly toned but fresh and unmarked. One gathering stands a little proud, but the binding is still tight. A clean, better-than VG copy of this scarce volume. Item #67325

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