The Astrologer's Guide was edited and compiled in 1675 by noted astrologer William Lilly. 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. It includes an introduction by Henry Coley, as well as prefaces from subsequent editors.
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.