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29. Climates
Make universal investigations with the climate of the region, tropical, dry, temperate, continental or polar, the rainforest regions have high rainfall and temperature, monsoon regions have rainfall season, tropical savanna regions have moderate temperature and humidity, the humid continental regions have variable weather pattern and large seasonal variance, oceanic regions have plentiful precipitation, Mediterranean regions have airy spring, fiery summer, earthy autumn and watery winter, while steppe regions have high variation of temperature, subarctic regions have very cold weather and little precipitation, tundra regions have permafrost, the polar regions have covering with ice, and desert regions have little precipitation, extremely low humidity and high variation between diurnal and nocturnal temperature, for equatorial regions, places must be disregarded in favour of angles, configurations and non-wandering stars, likewise proportionally therefrom with the reversal of places and winds for the southern hemisphere, and for polar regions, angles must be disregarded in favour of places, configurations and non-wandering stars, according to latitude
We must note the particular geographical peculiarities of regions to obtain accurate prognostication of the weather and the winds.

Likewise, for universal and genethlialogical investigations exactly at the equator, different system of predomination is to be used, based on complete and powerful configurations having twice the power of operative and moderate configurations, and predomination based on the qualities of angles (Hour-Marker - Mars, Midheaven - Sun by day and Jupiter by night, Setting - Venus by day and Moon by night, Anti-Midheaven - Saturn by day and Mercury by night) because the predominations of houses, elevations, trigons and bounds are useless. Planets become powerful, operative and inoperative only based on their angularity and phases in case of the five planets. For investigations in between the equator and the tropics, both equatorial and temperate systems are to be used proportionally.

Likewise, for universal and genethlialogical investigations exactly at the pole, angles and the Lot of Fortune are not to be used. Universal judgement is to be made from eclipses, new moons, half moons and full moons alone, for nativities, the Moon alone predominates the body, the Sun alone predominates action, Venus by day and Moon by night predominate siblings, Jupiter for men and Venus for women predominate children and friendship, Mercury predominates livelihood. Planets become powerful, operative and inoperative only with respect to the universe. The method of temporal intervals is not to be used, instead the method of solar intervals, moving the planets 1 forward in the ecliptic every year. For investigations in between the pole and the arctic circles, the temperate system is to be used whenever possible (because there is no circumpolarity of the ecliptic) and the polar system otherwise (because there is circumpolarity of the ecliptic).

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30. Seasons
Make seasonal investigations from the new moons and the full moons which most nearly precede the equinoctial and solstitial places, from their angles, and from their predominators that indicate intensification or relaxation of the seasonal powers according to the weather that they produce in their current places and winds, and from the non-wandering stars that are present within 1 of the Moon and the angle that indicate moistening, heating, drying, cooling, temperate, windy, stormy, snowy, misty, destructive, pestilential and tectonic effects, according to their brightness and rays
The same judgement is to be made as with eclipses, but obviously with less magnitude. We must always take into account the movement of the Sun through the places, and apply the qualities of the planets to it, through the Moon in important configuration with the Sun.

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31. Months
Make monthly investigations from following new moons or full moons
The same judgement is to be made as with seasons, but obviously with less magnitude.

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32. Weeks
Make weekly investigations from new moons, half moons and full moons
The same judgement is to be made as with months, but obviously with less magnitude.

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33. Days
Make daily investigations from the Moon present with the Lot of Fortune
The same judgement is to be made as with weeks, but obviously with less magnitude. Take the Lot of Fortune from the Sun to the Moon, and the same distance from the Hour-Marker both by day and by night, in order that, whatever configuration and relation the Sun bears to the Hour-Marker, the Moon may bear to the Lot, so that it is the Hour-Marker of the Moon.

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34. Hours
Make hourly investigations from the Moon present with the angles
The same judgement is to be made as with days, but obviously with less magnitude.

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35. Signs
When the Sun rises or sets clear, unobscured, steady, and unclouded, it signifies fine weather, but if its disk is varied, or reddish, or it sends out reddish rays either outwardly or circling back upon itself, or parheliac clouds on one side, or yellowish cloud formations while emitting long rays, it signifies heavy winds, and if it is dark or livid, being accompanied by clouds, or if it has halos at one side, or parheliac clouds on both sides while emitting dark rays, it signifies storms and rain

When the Moon three days before and three days after the quarters appears thin and clear and has nothing around it, it signifies clear weather, but if it is thin and reddish, and the whole disk of the unilluminated part is distinct and somewhat shaky, it signifies winds, in that direction in which it is particularly inclined, and if it is dark, or pale, and thick, it signifies storms and rain

When there is one single halo around the Moon that is clear and gradually fading, it signifies fine weather, but if there are two or three, they signify storms, if they are yellowish and broken, they signify storms and heavy winds, if they are thick and misty, they signify snowstorms, and if they are pale, dark, and broken, they signify storms with both winds and snow, and the more of them there are, the more severe the storms, and the halos that gather about planets and non-wandering stars signify what is appropriate to their colours, and the powers of the stars which they surround

When non-wandering stars which are close together in some number appear brighter and larger beyond their customary appearance, they signify the winds that blow from their region, when the star clusters appear dim, invisible, or thickened, they signify rain, if they are clear and constantly twinkle, they signify heavy winds, when shooting stars are coming from one angle, they denote the wind from their direction, if they are coming from diametrical angles, they signify confusion of winds, if they are coming from all four angles, they signify storms of all kinds with lightning, thunder and the like, when the clouds resemble tufts of wool, they signify storms, when rainbows appear, they signify storms after clear weather and clear weather after storms, and generally, all atmospheric phenomena signify effects according to their formations, magnitudes and colours
It is always useful to have more meteorological information and observation to help prognostication.

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