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Astro-meteorologica

John Goad

Astro-meteorologica

or, Aphorism"s and discourses of the bodies coelestial, their natures and influences. Discovered from the variety of the alterations of the air, temperate [sic] or intemperate, as to heat or cold, frost, snow, hail, fog, rain, wind, storm, lightnings, thunder, blasting, hurricane, tuffon, whirlwind, iris, chasme, parelij, comets their original and duration, earthquakes, vulcano"s, inundations, sickness epidemical, maculae solis, and other secrets of nature. Collected from the observation at leisure times, of above thirty years.

by John Goad

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Published by Printed by J. Rawlins, for O. Blagrave in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Meteorology -- Early works to 1800.,
  • Meteorology -- Observations,
  • Astrology -- Early works to 1800.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesAphorism"s and discourses of the bodies coelestial
    GenreObservations
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[8], 509 (i.e. 505) p.
    Number of Pages509
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19026773M

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Goad. This particular CD contains the scan of one very large original antiquarian volume from Astrolearn’s private collection, a classic on astro-meteorology, or weather forecasting by astrology, as detailed below.

Goad, [John] ‘Astro-Meteorologica, or Aphorisms and Discourses of the Bodies Coelestial, Their Natures and Influences. ASTRO-METEOROLOGICA. APHORISMS and Discourses concerning the Natures of the Bodies Celestial, &c.

BOOK I. CHAP. God the First; His Second Cause the Heavens. Their admirable Power on Astro-meteorologica book Sublunary World, on the Air especially.

The Causes of Meteors ordinary, or prodigious. Angelick Powers. Astro-Meteorologica, or Aphorisms and Discourses of the Bodies Coelestial, their Natures and Influences, advertisements at end, 3 leaves with tear (resulting in loss of a few letters to 4X2 and 5N1), light spotting, Royal Meteorological Society copy, with small "Druce Donation" stamp in margin of title, contemporary calf, rebacked preserving original spine, corners refurbished.

Astrometeorology (from Greek ἄστρον, astron, "constellation, star"; μετέωρος, metéōros, "high in the sky"; and -λογία, -logia) or meteorological astrology is a pseudoscience that attempts to forecast the weather using astrology. It is the belief that the position and motion of celestial objects can be used to predict both seasonal climate and weather.

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Full text of "The astrologer's guide, Anima astrologiæ; or, A guide for the one hundred and forty-six considerations of the famous astrologer, Guido Bonatus, tr. from the Latin by Henry Coley, together with the choicest aphorisms of. Goad, John, Astro-meteorologica, or Aphorism's [sic] Lilly, William, Christian astrology modestly treated of in three books: The first containing the use of an ephemeris, the erecting of a scheam of heaven; nature of the twelve signs of the zodiack, of the planets; with a most easie introduction to the whole art of astrology.

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Full text available as part of Early English books online (EEBO): Rutgers restricted. Astro-meteorologica, or, Aphorisms and discourses of the bodies cœlestial, their natures and influences: discovered from the variety of the alterations of the air and other secrets of nature.

InDr. Goad’s Astro-meteorologica, was based on 39 years of his own astro-weather observations and correlations and was published in London.

Until the end of the 19th Century this text was the leading authority on the subject. Astro-meteorologica, or, Aphorisms and discourses of the bodies cœlestial, their natures and influences discovered from the variety of the alterations of the air and other secrets of nature / collected from the observation at leisure times, of above thirty years, by J.

Goad. (London: Printed by J. Rawlins for Obadiah Blagrave, ), by J. Goad (HTML at EEBO TCP). If we thought only India has Panchangams we are mistaken Astro Meteorology has been there for centuries around the world across ancient civilizations like Mesopotamia In the year Dr.

Goad had authored a book Astro-Meteorologica which has given the principles and rules of forecasting weather astrologically.

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Jer. Copping and Anscel.Astrometeorology: Astrology and the Weather,Christina Wise, X,Seven Star Publishing, Book of Astrology, written by noted English astrologer Alfred John Pearce, was first published as a combined edition in London in It includes the author's. Early English Books, / [London: Printed for Jo.

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