A NEW ZEALAND ASTROLOGER
A copy of (ho A uckiand •• Examiner " of Ooober 12, 1859, forwarded to the "New Zealand Herald," contains a prediction on the fate of Napoleon 111, from a corespondent, which, read m the light of later history, has a singular iniereat. We quote a passage r—'^orao who predfot by present appearance*, instead of being gaided by astrology, say that Louis Napoleon will continue euossful as he has gone on. I Bay *No 1 ' He has Sa'urn, a maliGo planor, m the mansion of honor. Oortainly it is bia own ruling star ; but Saturn is Saturn wherever he may be, and though it is a nativity fortified by other most powerfully good influences, still I say the 01089 of his career will be evil. Jupitee and the moon may give wealth and dominion to tho end, which his uncle had not, but h> has datura where h:s uncle had him. Thrioe fled that uncle.— from Egypt, from Moscow, and from Waterloo ; and twice has the present "Napoleon been discomfited— to wit, Strasburg and Boulogne. What the third disaster is I know not ; but it; must come— the stars He not. Let his future triumphs be what they mayshould he die a natural death— dark days ■ are m store for him who strangled tho Republic, destroyed, liberty, end persecuted the patriots of France. For years I have read the writing on the wall, ( Mene TekeJ.' Patriots of Franoe despair not ! Shades of Lambeaaa and Cayenne be 1 appeased, liberty but slumbers Not many years and "another .Republic shall, phoenix like, arise— not a Red Bepubllo— strong, wise, and gentle, guided by morality and true religion; holding m I her hands the lily, the tword, and the olive branch. Francs shall yet have her Washington and Europe too.
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A NEW ZEALAND ASTROLOGER, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2007, 7 December 1888
A NEW ZEALAND ASTROLOGER Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2007, 7 December 1888
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