From Ebenezer Sibly's New and Complete Illustration of the Celestial Science of Astrology;
Horoscope: Plate no 25, following page 882. Natal report: p.886
|GEORGE PARKER, Professor of Astrology. Born in Lat. 52 N.
Born in Lat. 51 42'.
Upon the ascendant of this nativity, we find the sign Leo impedited by the evil and malignant planet Saturn, which exactly describes the native's person. Mercury and Jupiter being in opposition to each other, yet both in their own dignities, is a remarkable proof that the native's wit and judgment should be vitiated; but the Moon sending a trine aspect to Jupiter, and a sextile to Mercury, corrects this evil influence, and assists the native greatly. Yet, as she is disposed of by Mars in the twelfth house, it declares his enemies would be very powerful, and but too successful against him. His public enemies are described by Saturn and Mars; and the Moon personates his wife, and such as he once esteemed his friends. After suffering a deal of trouble and affliction, it is apparent he will overcome all, since the Sun, the lord of the ascendant, is located in the ascendant, and is the strongest planet in the heavens, disposing both of Mars and Saturn.
Between twenty-three and twenty-four years of age, the native entered into the state of wedlock. This was effected by the planet Venus directed to the sextile of the ascendant. When he was thirty-nine years and three months old, he was taken into custody and accused with forming a dangerous plot, but was cleared of this charge, under the aspect of the Sun directed to the opposition of Jupiter. The native wrote many small tracts, and was contemporary with Henry Coley, and John Partridge by whom he was mortally hated, and who threw out many wicked invectives against him. He died in the year 1742, aged eighty-eight years.