81. In matters of secrecy, let not the Moon be combust, but going from combustion.
82. When the Moon is in a fixed sign, neither cut out, or put on any new garments, chiefly in Leo, for 'tis extreme dangerous: 'tis the same if she be in conjunction or opposition of the Sun, or impedited of the infortunes.
83. The Moon hath great power in all questions, except when Leo, Capricorn, or Sagittarius ascend: for either of those signs abate of her significations; chiefly Leo or Aquarius.
84. Saturn is under the Sun beams until he be 15 degrees distant from him. Understand the same of Jupiter.
85. Refuse the Moon in Cancer or Scorpio for marriages, unless it be in marrying of widows.
86. An infortune in his own house or exaltation, and oriental, is better than a fortune retrograde, or impedited.
87. There will be some impediment about that part of the body represented by that sign which was afflicted at birth.
88. Immense prosperity is portended, when the lords of the triplicity of the luminaries shall have virtue in an angle or succedent house, and be in their proper places, remote from the aspects of the infortunes; and if the lord of the ascendant shall be well seated also, the happiness shall be the more and the greater.
89. The aspects of the sextile or trine have the same quality: but the sextile is less forcible than the trine, either in good or evil.
90. Saturn performs evil slowly, but Mars swift; and therefore Mars is reputed to hurt more than Saturn.
91. When the three superiour planets shall be conjoined in regal signs, it is termed a great conjunction; and when the Sun beholds them, they make most potent and flourishing kingdoms.
92. Those doubts are soon resolved, that are propounded when the Moon and the planet to whom she applies are in signs, having voice, and in the first or third houses, or in opposition of them.
93. The infortunes in the eighth house have their malice increased; but the benevolents being there, portend neither good nor evil.
94. There will neither good or evil be performed, but when the good or bad planets in a nativity or shall aspect the Moon by a quadrate.
95. If Mercury be afflicted in the sixth house, the native shall die in prison: if Saturn shall be in the twelfth, and Venus in the eighth, he shall end his days by precipitation.
96. When the Sun in the daytime, and the Moon in the night, in the beginning of any sickness, is impedited, the person is to be feared.
97. The significations of the stars are always varied, as they vary in their configurations and latitudes.
98. The Moon in the fourth, seventh, ninth or twelfth houses shows the true cause of the question propounded: the same is known by her separation from Mercury. And if the ascendant and Moon shall be in double-bodied signs, the cause of the question is confirmed.
99. An infortune in his house or exaltation denotes the matter by him signified to come to a good end, but with delays: but if he shall be impedited in the ascendant, though in his house or exaltation, the matter will be obstructed, and come to an ill end.
100. The event of every enterprise that is doubtful, is terminated by these significators, viz., by the fourth house and his lord, and the planet strong in the same; also by the light of the time and the lord thereof; and by the planet, and his dispositor to whom the said light of the time is conjoined.
[- The End of Hermes his 100 Aphorisms-]