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MODERN ASTROLOGY AND THE FALL OF PARIS. pie following letter has appeared in the Standnrd â S On October the 16th, faeling anxious to know the' result of the siege of Paris, and being one of those deiuded mortals who even in the present age believe in astrology I erected a figure for the latitude of London, at 3h. 35ml. p.m. As the time is now rapidly approaching when, according to the rules of the art, the siec-e should ba raised, I take the liberty of sending you the result of mv calculations. Those among your readers who understand astrology will be able to erect the figure for themselves fop. the day and hour above given. To the general public all, thai; it will be necessary for -.ie to say is, that I firmly be- lieve that on January the 16tn the siege of Paris will be sk thing of the past. I may here mention that I have already tested th»' truth of the figures on which I am now expressing my opinion, for I anticipated that a great martial effort woulal be made about December 1, as witness the sorties again, I have never believed the reports of food and ammunition failing, as in the scheme there are the strongest possible indications to the contrary. In the figure, it is to bo remarked-nrstly. that. as the-' malefic planet Saturn is most evilly posited in the mid- heaven, and in opposition to the significator or the be- siegers, that this alone is a sufficiently sure sign that Paris. will not fall, while it is most probable that one of thft greatest chiefs of the besieging army will meet with at terrible mishap and great disgrace. Secondly, as the sig»' nificator of the besieged is both strong and well dignified, and joined to the benfic planet Venus, this is another- sign, if another be required, that Paris will ba relieved. Now, as to the time at which this event will take place, I have made certain calculations, having had regard t» the distance of the moon in this figure from Mercury and Venus, and have arrived at the following opinion :-That about the 9th January a great attempt will be made to re« lieve the city. This may prove successful, but should itg. fail, then during the days which intervene between that 9th and 16th of January a series of events will take placet which will cause the siege to be raised. In fact, on that. 16th January I expect that Paris will be free. The exact time of an event in astrological caleul,,Alic)nsiw- ever difficult to arrive at, but of the main facts I have not doubt, namelyâ That Paris'will not fall. That great disasters will ere loiig attend the Prussian: arms. December 26. ANAEL.

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