Two new texts have been uploaded to the Library:  Lilly’s work on the eruption of Mount Etna from his Merlinus Anglicus of 1670, and his rendition of Cardan’s work of Jupiter-Saturn conjunctions from Merlinus Anglicus of 1680. Both have been transcribed by Peter Stockinger.

We have been continuing this transcription process for two reasons: to raise money for animal welfare and rescue, and to save astrologers from having to go through the same amount of work that we have in order to find these gems. This assumes that there are astrologers or researchers out there who are interested in this material.

The internet can never be more than ‘virtual’, meaning that these texts could disappear from your screens at any given moment. If it were me, I’d be downloading every word I could get my sticky fingers on!

Best wishes

Sue Ward