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Henry Coley was a 17th century English astrologer who enjoyed immense popularity with his peers and the public. He was also a mathematician who taught astronomy, mathematics, navigation, surveying, and the use of globes. William Lilly, another well-known astrologer of the time, expressed high praise for Henry Coley, who was born in 1633 and died in 1707.
Coley explains, in detail, all aspects of Astrology which include, but are not limited to, all varieties of Matter, Natal, Nativity, Horary, Elections, General Accidents and the Effects of Eclipses. Partial Contents: Twelve Signs, Aspects of the Planets, Members of the Body, Essential Dignities, How to use an Ephemeris. Due to the age and scarcity of the original we reproduced, some pages may be spotty, faded or difficult to read.