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BEN FRANKLIN WAS A GREAT ASTROLOGER

 

POOR RICHARD'S ALMANACK

 

WAS AN ASTROLOGICAL EPHEMERIDES

 

AND PLANETARY ASPECTARIAN

 

 

 

November 22, 2013

 

 

Several times on this website, we wrote that Benjamin Franklin was a great astrologer.

 

Although we provided excellent evidence to support this, a couple of dimwits have challenged us to “put up or shut up.”  They demanded more evidence.

 

We accept the challenge.

 

We scanned all 36 pages of the 1758 issue of “Poor Richard's Almanack” and we have made them available to you below – just click on the links and you will be able to see every page.

 

This was the last issue of Poor Richard's Almanack that Ben Franklin published.  When you review all the pages, you will learn that Poor Richard's Almanack was essentially an astrological ephemeris and aspectarian with advice about the influences of planetary aspects.

 

It is well known that Ben Franklin personally wrote every word and produced every piece of data published in his Almanacks.  Ben Franklin painstakingly personally made every calculation needed to accurately predict the positions of the planets at least a full year in advance. 

 

Ben Franklin was America's greatest astrologer.

 

Period.

 

Ben Franklin was also the greatest scientist in colonial America and he knew the value of planetary aspects.  But just like Magi Astrologers, Ben Franklin did not use any House System and he did great without Houses. With reliance on “Divine Providence” and the help of his astrological prowess, Ben Franklin helped defeat Great Britain and form the United States, the world's first true democracy and the greatest country in the world.

 

We love you Ben, we owe you so much.  God bless you and thank you for all you have done.



Poor Richard's Almanack 1758 - page 1

Poor Richard's Almanack 1758 - pages 2 and 3

Poor Richard's Almanack 1758 - pages 4 and 5

Poor Richard's Almanack 1758 - pages 6 and 7

Poor Richard's Almanack 1758 - pages 8 and 9

Poor Richard's Almanack 1758 - pages 10 and 11

Poor Richard's Almanack 1758 - pages 12 and 13

Poor Richard's Almanack 1758 - pages 14 and 15

Poor Richard's Almanack 1758 - pages 16 and 17

Poor Richard's Almanack 1758 - pages 18 and 19

Poor Richard's Almanack 1758 - pages 20 and 21

Poor Richard's Almanack 1758 - pages 22 and 23

Poor Richard's Almanack 1758 - pages 24 and 25

Poor Richard's Almanack 1758 - pages 26 and 27

Poor Richard's Almanack 1758 - pages 28 and 29

Poor Richard's Almanack 1758 - pages 30 and 31

Poor Richard's Almanack 1758 - pages 32 and 33

Poor Richard's Almanack 1758 - pages 34 and 35

Poor Richard's Almanack 1758 - page 36


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