Astrology (page 1/5)


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[picture: Front Cover, Sibly Astrology Book]

Title: Astrology

Author: Sibly, Ebenezer

City: London

Date: 1806

Total items: 39

Out of copyright (called public domain in the USA), hence royalty-free for all purposes usage credit requested, or as marked.

Some sample images

[picture: Nativity Chart for Erasmus]

Nativity Chart for Erasmus

NASC-Erasmus. Born Oct. 27 16H.30m.P.M. 1467. From Origanus. [more...] [$]

[picture: Cancer (the Crab)]

Cancer (the Crab)

Zodiac sign for Gemini taken from The Zodiac [$]

[picture: Gemini (the Twins)]

Gemini (the Twins)

Zodiac sign for Gemini taken from The Zodiac [$]

[picture: Aquarius (the water carrier)]

Aquarius (the water carrier)

Zodiac sign for Aquarius taken from The Zodiac [$]

[picture: Marriage is Honourable in all]

Marriage is Honourable in all

This engraving accompanies the astrological chart for Benjamin Brownsell, married 29th November 1784. A man and a woman face one another and clasp hands, as they stand between two pillars. Two naked cherubs (a boy and a girl) are about to place laurel wreaths on them, symbols of victory for the bride and groom. The two children are the zodiacal symbol for Gemini, the twins; they have stepped out of the ring of the zodiac, and other signs are visible [...] [more...] [$]


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A New and Complete Illustration of the Occult Sciences by Ebenezer Sibly [1751-1800], M.D. F.R.H.S., Embellished with Curious Copper-Plates, London, 1806.

Part of this text is online courtesy of Joseph H. Peterson, and a search for Ebenezer Sibly, A New and Complete Illustration of the Occult Sciences, Book 4 should find it; since he doesn’t allow any further reproduction, I have not linked to it directly.


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