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Consequently the planets are at times further from the Sun than at others, and they are then said to be in their aphelion, the opposite point of the orbit where they are nearest to the Sun being called the perihelion.

When at aphelion the planets move slower, and when at perihelion they move quicker than at the mean distance.

Let it suffice that if we can trace an actual connectedness between the disposition of the heavenly bodies at the moment of a birth and the known life and character of the individual then born, and an exact correspondence between the course of events in that life with the changes occurring in the heavens subsequent to the moment of birth, we shall do well to accept the fact for what it is worth, and arrange our philosophic notions accordingly.

As far back as the year 2154, we find mention of the great importance attaching to the celestial phenomena in the minds of Chinese rulers.

Uranus completes its orbital revolution in 84 years, Jupiter in 12 years, Mars in about 15 months, Venus in 11 months, and Mercury in 18 weeks.

Neptune revolves around the Sun in its distant orbit once in about 165 years.Were the orbits of the planets circular and the Sun holding the centre of the circle, their motions would be constant, that is to say, always in the same direction and at the same rate.But the orbits are elliptical, and the Sun holds a position in one of the foci of each ellipse.Julius Firmicus confirmed Ptolemy and enlarged upon his observations.The subsequent discovery of the planets Uranus and Neptune by Herschel and Adams, widened the field of research and gave to later astrologers the clue to much that hitherto had been imperfectly understood.

Neptune revolves around the Sun in its distant orbit once in about 165 years.

Were the orbits of the planets circular and the Sun holding the centre of the circle, their motions would be constant, that is to say, always in the same direction and at the same rate.

But the orbits are elliptical, and the Sun holds a position in one of the foci of each ellipse.

Julius Firmicus confirmed Ptolemy and enlarged upon his observations.

The subsequent discovery of the planets Uranus and Neptune by Herschel and Adams, widened the field of research and gave to later astrologers the clue to much that hitherto had been imperfectly understood.

To Claudius Ptolemy, however, we are indebted for the first concise and scientific statement of its principles and practice, so far as Europe is concerned.