THE ASTROLOGER'S GUIDE. Anima Astrologiae - W. Serjeant - 1st Ed 1886 - W. Lilly
The Astrologer's Guide, Anima Astrologiae; or a
guide for astrologers, being the one hundred and forty-six consideration of the
famous astrologer, Guido Bonatus — VERY SCARCE FIRST EDITION, 1886 by William C. Eldon Serjeant — Together with the choicest aphorisms of Jerom Cardan of Milan, Edited by William Lilly
Publisher: George Redway, London (1886)
VERY SCARCE first edition from 1886 (published by George Redway). Original decorative red cloth. 104 pages followed by 38 pages of advertisements ("Mr. Redway's Publications"). Ends of spine are chipped. Small library sticker on inside front board. Includes fold-out astrological table, which is still attached to the book, but becoming detached within last crease of the fold-out itself. Please see all pictures for further condition. Completed title: Also found within are the choicest aphorisms of the seven
segments of Jerom Cardan of Milan, together with a glossary of astrological
terms and a catalog of the principle fixed stars, their latitudes, longitudes.
The Astrologer's Guide was edited and compiled in 1675 by noted astrologer
William Lilly. Translated from the Latin by Henry Coley, The Astrologer's Guide
was first published in English in 1886. 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.