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Anglicus, Merlinus
L, W.
L, William Lilly
Lelly, Willem
Lilie, William
Lilli, Willem
Lilli, William
Lillie, William
Lillius, Gulielmus
Lilly, W.
Lilly, William
Lily, William
Merlinus (Anglicus)
W. L
W. L, William Lilly
William Lilly (astrologue)
William Lilly (Brits astroloog (1602-1681))
William Lilly (englischer Astrologe)
William Lilly (English astrologer)
Вилијам Лили
Вільям Ліллі
Վիլյամ Լիլլի
윌리엄 릴리 (잉글랜드의 점성가)
リリー, ウィリアム
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Ashmole, Elias (1617-1692)
Broun, Samuel ('s-Gravenhage)
Erra Pater
George Bell and Sons
Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress)
Matouschek, Waltraud
Partridge, John (d. 1649)
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
S.n. (S.l.)
Sawbridge, George (16..-1681))
Veselý, Jindřich (1978-)
Zadkiel, 1795 (1874)
Anglicus or an Ephemeris for 1682 dekivering mathematically the Mundane effects of this year and the prodigious comet seen all over Europe last year with its effects upon this terrestrial globe
Anglicus, peace, or no peace. 1645. : A probable conjecture of the state of England, and the present differences betwixt His Majestie and the Parliament of England now sitting at Westminster, for this present yeer, 1645. An exact ephemeris of the daily motions of the planets; with an easie introduction to the use thereof. Monethly-observations. A table of houses, and explanations thereof. To which is added, A modest reply to M. Wharton, and the prognostication of his present almanak printed at Oxford, for 1645. By William Lilly, Student in Astrologie. Printed according to order.
astrologer's guide, The
Astrological predictions for the year 1677. Selections
book of knowledge;, The
Christian astrology. -
collection of ancient and moderne prophesies concerning these present times, with modest observations thereon, A : the nativities of Thomas Earle of Strafford, and William Laud late Archbishop of Canterbury, His Majesties great favorites, astrologicall judgements upon their scheames, and the speech intended by the Earle of Strafford to have beene spoken at his death
dangerous condition of the Vnited Provinces prognosticated, and plainly demonstrated, by Mr. William Lilly, in his observations of that comet which appeared in the year of our Lord, 1652. And published in his annual predictions in the year 1654, &c. Together with some hints, and touches, of the most inhumane and unparaleld crueltyes committed by the Dutch upon our English-men at Amboyna, Polaroone, and Lantore in the East-Indies .., The
Declaration of the several treasons, blasphemies, and misdemeanors acted, spoken, and published against God ... 1660:, A
Engelse waersegger van Mr. Willem Lelly ... over het jaer 1653
England's propheticall Merline. -
Extract och kort författningh vthaff thet engliske prognostico, som allaredo för några åhr sedan, på innewarande åhr 1658. är calculerat och vthräknat
grammar of astrology and tables for calculating nativities
groatsworth of wit for a penny Or, the interpretation of dreams. ... By Mr. Lillie., A
history of the black art, or, Complete system of astrology and magic, The : consisting of various curious documents tending to elucidate this divine science.
introduction to astrology, An
Křesťanská astrologie
Lilli's propheticall history of .... -
Lilly's new errapater or, A prognostication for Eber : Whereby any man may learn to give a certain judgment, of the weather throughout the whole year; so as to forced whether rain, snow, hail, wind or thunder shall happen in any month of the year, or day for ever, with abundance of ease, delight and satisfaction. Whereby also any may fore-know or prophesit of peace or war, of sickness, want, or plenty, of dearth of corn or cattle, that may befal in any year; according to Holy, Guidohonatus, Ptoloyy, and Lilly. With most excellent and approved rules for preserving the body in health. To which is added sundry useful and profitable observations in husbandry, according to the twelve months of the year (with allowance.)
Merlini Anglici ephemeris or, astrologicall predictions for the year 1653
Monarchy ofte geen monarchy in Engelant. [...]
Monarchy or no monarchy in England. Grebner his prophecy concerning Charles son of Charles, his greatness, victories, conquests. The Northern lyon, or lyon of the North, and chicken of the eagle discovered who they are, of what nation. English, Latin, Saxon, Scotish and Welch prophecies concerning England in particular, and all Europe in generall. Passages upon the life and death of the late King Charles. Ænigmaticall types of the future state and condition of England for many years to come
Mr. Lilly's new prophecy. -
Mr. William Lilly's history of his life and times
Necessary elections of times for all rational and humane actions
Palmistry, the secrets thereof disclosed, or A familiar easy, and new method, whereby to judge of the most general accidents of mans life from the lines of the hand, withal its dimensions and significations. Also many perticulars added, discovering the safety and danger of women in child-bed. With some choice of observations of phisiognomy, and the moles of the body. As also that most useful piece of astrology (long since promised) concerning elections for every particular occasion, now plainly manifested from rational principles of art. The second time imprinted. And much inlarged by the author, Richard Saunders, author of the former book of chyromancy and phisiognomy.
Pleasant observations of moles
prophecy of the White King. -, A
Several observations on the life and death of king Charles I.. -
starry messenger; or, An interpretation of that strange apparition of three suns seene in London, 19. Novem. 1644., The : being the birth day of King Charles. : The effects of the eclips of the sun, which will be visible in England, 11. August. 1645. whose influence continues in force, from January, 1646 to Decemb. 1647. almost two whole yeares; and cannot but be the fore-runner of some extraordinary mutation in most common-wealths of Europe, but principally in England. With an answer to an astrologicall judgement. Printed at Oxford, upon His Majesties present martch [sic.]
Svpernatvrall sights and apparitions seen in London, June 30. 1644. interpreted. With a mathematical discovrse of the now imminent conjunction of Iupiter and Mars, Iuly, 1644. the effects which either here or in some neere counties from thence may be expected.
Then högtberömbde engelske astrologi hn. Wilhelm Lillij merckelige beskriffninger och observationer, öfwer åhr 1659.
Two famous prophesies and predictions of Mr. William Lilly, the most judicious and learned astrologer of the age : taken from his secret writings, penned by him in 1644 ...
worlds catastrophe, The