is one the most famous astro-magical treatises of Middle Ages, and it was incorporated in several Medieval, Renaissance and Early Modern books, for example in Ficino’s De Vita III and Agrippa’s Philosophia Occulta.
There are several variants, mostly divided into 3 groups:
Several years ago I commented some techniques employed by an unknown astrologer in a judgement written for Alfonso d’Este, the illegitimate son of the Duke of Ferrara. This judgement contains many tables summarizing several traditional techniques: of some I have already talked here.
Someone asked me about the table concerning dodekatemoria.
Two astro-magical extracts from the famous Vat.Reg.1283, “Astromagia”, a manuscript written at the court of Alphonse the Wise. the King Astrologer in the XIII century.
The first is above the images ascending with the zodiacal degrees according paranatellonta, the second is a chapter about Moon mansions and their talismans. BUY ON AMAZON NOW!: