41. When the significator of either good or evil shall be stationary, and angular, it shall be more durable. But it shall be the more mutable and variable, if the significator shall be cadent from angles, and retrograde.
42. The lord of the second house hath the same strength in hurting, as the lord of the eighth; the lord of the sixth, the same with the lord of the twelfth.
43. Mars occidental in Cancer not beheld of Saturn, Jupiter, Venus, or Sun, makes a good phlebotomist. But if Mars shall be in Capricorn, it makes a destroyer of men, and one that delights to shed blood.
44. The best artist in the world may chance to err, when he mistakes a true significator for a false one.
45. When Saturn shall be elevated above Venus, and in square of her, it makes the native shameless, and a perfect woman-hater. But if Venus be elevated above Saturn, he shall be a great friend unto women.
46. If in any nativity Mercury shall be in the ascendant, oriental, and swift; the native will be eloquent, and learned in the liberal sciences: the same happeneth, if he shall be in Sagittarius in his proper terms.
47. The first of the angles is the ascendant: the second, the M.C., the third, the seventh house, the fourth Imum Coeli. But of the rest of the places, the eleventh is first, then the second; after that, the fifth; then the ninth, and third; but the sixth, eighth, and twelfth, are accounted the worst.
48. Mars's influence is never abated, unless by the interposure of a benevolent planet.
49. Let your significator agree with his, whom you intend to supplicate.
50. The ascendant, or a planet found in the last degree, the signification must be taken from the following sign; but if in 29 deg. in the same sign, the strength of a planet is considered three ways, viz. in the degree where he is found, and next preceding and succeeding.
51. We should consider of future contingents from the conjunctions of the planets, but things past or present from their separations.
52. When Jupiter shall be in Cancer removed from the ascendant, and no way impedited of any other star, the native will be rational, and very expert in science; but delighting to lead a recluse life, and shall not have the due applause of his learning.
53. In the world many evils will happen, when in one month there shall happen an eclipse of both luminaries; chiefly in those places subject to the sign in which they happen.
54. When the Moon shall be in the combust way, or peregrine, in the beginning of a journey, the person will either fall sick in his journey, or shall be otherwise grievously troubled and molested.
55. It behooves the astrologer to consider the time in directions of the planets; but in the fixed stars it is not so needful.
56. The father's estate shall pass to the son, if Saturn shall be fortunate, and in friendly aspect of the lord of the ascendant: but this more freely, if Saturn shall be lord of the fourth.
57. Fortunate planets being in signs wherein they have no dignity, their benignity is translated another way.
58. Mars almuten of a nativity, and not joined to good planets, signifieth the native to suffer by envy and hatred.
59. The fortunate stars confer great felicity, when they shall be received of each other in their proper houses; and when the evil planets are so received, they refrain from doing much mischief.
60. The native will be sickly and weak, when Saturn is elevated above Mars; but if Mars shall be elevated above Saturn, he shall be fat and lusty.