Willian Lilly Ancient Astrology introduction

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If I have “manna” in my constitution, I can attract “manna” from heaven … “Saturn” is not only in the sky, but also deep in the earth and in the ocean. What is “Venus” but the “artemisia” that grows in your garden? What is “iron” but “Mars”? That is to say, Venus and artemisia are both the products of the same essence, and Mars and iron are both the manifestations of the same cause. What is the human body but a constellation of the same powers that formed the stars in the sky? He who knows what iron is, knows the attributes of Mars. He who knows Mars, knows the qualities of iron.
– Paracelsus, Life and Prophecies. Franz Hartmann, Rudolf Steiner Publications, N.Y., 1973.

Saturn Jupiter Mars Sol Venus Mercury Luna

Planet & Mythology: Mostly from Wikipedia.

Hartmann: Franz Hartmann. 1889. The Principles of Astrological Geomancy.

Hymns: The Hymns of Orpheus, translated by Thomas Taylor, 1792.
I’ve replaced egregious use of apostrohies with the vowels they replaced, but kept the Romanization of names and the footnotes.
See for a copy which corrects the names to their original Greek,
and for a copy including Taylor’s footnotes and introduction.

Lilly: Christian Astrology, by William Lilly, 1647.
A very well researched edition may be found at

GKoS: “Greater” Key of Solomon, pseudo-Solomon, 14th–17th century. is a copy of the Mathers translation, with corrections (including the addition of entire chapters Mathers left out) by the far more capable Joseph Peterson.

Agrippa: Three Books of Occult Philosophy, Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa, 1533.

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