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Vox caelorum. Predictions defended or, The voyce of the celestiall light, wherein is proved five things: 1 That the starres have received influences. 2 That they operate and worke upon sublunary things, according to the nature and quality of those received influences. 3 That God hath revealed those received influences to man. 4 That it is not unlawfull to predict according to the knowne nature and quality of those received influences. 5 That it is not unlawfull to call the starres by such and such names; as Pleyades, Arcturus, Orion, &c. And divers places of the Scriptures opened and cleared. With a vindication of M. William Lilly his reputation against the Epirrhesian antagonists, in these times of discovery of new lights. By Henry Harflete, practitioner in the mathematickes.

Main Author: Harflete, Henry, fl. 1653.
Corporate Author: Early English Books Online.
Format: Online Book
Language: English
Published: Imprinted at London : for Mat. Walbancke, 1646
Series: Early English books online.
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