|Christopher Warnock, Esq.|
Ramesey on the Moon
& Signs in Electional Astrology
Ramesey on the Planetary
Rulerships of the Signs
Ramesey on the Exaltations
and Falls of the Planets
|Ramesey on the Triplicities|
|Ramesey on the Terms|
|Ramesey: the Names of the Signs|
|Ramesey: the Order of the Signs|
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TOPyou without either fraud or deceit, the most Judicious and Rational Rules of the Ancients, concerning the electing or choosing a time for any Work incident to the affairs of mankinde, whether particularly appertaining to a mans own particular person, or his estate, friends, or enemies, &c.
TOPand we see that such shall in an Election by Saturn and Mars have a good and prosperous day, and upon the square or opposition of the Moon to Saturn or Mars, although on a mischievous day; because these malevolents were chiefe rulers or significators of the business in hand, things or persons, &c. in the Radix. Consider also the places of any Eclipse or Great conjunction in every year.
TOPbeneficial: for it will often prove contrary : for all men are not ruled by Jupiter and Venus; neither (as I say) are they always fortunes: for accidentally they may be infortunes: and when they are Lords of the eighth, twelfth and sixth, they are occasions of sickness, poverty, imprisonment, mischief and death as effectually as Saturn or Mars;
TOPthe beginning of the work or business, is oriental in the hour of the beginning of the thing, and be in his own house beholding those places with a Sextile or Trine; but if he do not behold the aforesaid places of the Conjunction or Opposition, he profiteth not.