Horoscopia h.e. rerum cum praeteritarum tum praesentium & futurarum commemoratione dignissimarum contemplatio: by "Christophorus Mollerus" 1650;- Published..... by...... 1650, Published in Latin. Small Folio. Recently rebounded in dark brown leather. Illustration with-in text. Many of the illustration are hand-coloured. 42 pages in total, but pages 39 and 40 repeat, so really 44 pages. The book is complete. The pages are fragile, but been strengthened, beautifully restore. Page 10 is printed upside down. Christophorus Mollerus, was a Dutchman, who was Born in Herborn, Duitsland- 1624;- and died 1687;- There is little Information known about this man..Astrology, in its broadest sense, is the search for human meaning in the sky. It has been argued that astrology began as a study as soon as human beings made conscious attempts to measure, record, and predict seasonal changes by reference to astronomical cycles. Early evidence of such practices appears as markings on bones and cave walls, which show that lunar cycles were being noted as early as 25,000 years ago; the first step towards recording the Moon’s influence upon tides and rivers, and towards organizing a communal calendar. With the Neolithic agricultural revolution new needs were also met by increasing knowledge of constellations, whose appearances in the night-time sky change with the seasons, allowing the rising of particular star-groups to herald annual floods or seasonal activities. By the 3rd millennium BC, widespread civilizations had developed sophisticated awareness of celestial cycles, and are believed to have consciously oriented their temples to create alignment with the heliacal risings of the stars. The folio is in good collectable condition, it’s very scarce/rare, Early Horoscope Books are very collectable;- no other copies to be found on the world -wide web.