Is it this book? Uhhhh my version doesn’t seem to have a title page other than this to compare author/publisher on.
edit: It does seem to match the amazon version I found with your cover. I’ve only got the first 32 pages, but it seems if you want to know what they are for other than general sign relations you need to translate the numbers back to the Hebrew chart given earlier and then… Idk…
I only see like the first group is all titled as Aries. Then I have a bunch on the Lord of Triplicity by day. I would assume the Lord of triplicity refers to the astrological term triplicity, which… essentially means that if you translate it out and figure out which day it corresponds to you should be able to determine which Lords of triplicity it is dealing with…
Sounds complicated to translate backwards to Hebrew then try to figure it out though. But then I also noticed the number charts that have angel names and such so maybe you don’t need to go to hebrew. I’m taking a look at this book on Mandalas for the Western Magician, and he seems to have it all broke down by which numbers represents what. Buts its kinda a dense read and tedious to go back and forth to see what numbers he’s got laid out where and what they should represent, but at least I managed to find all 276 pages of this one.
The reviews on amazon all pretty much indicate that you need to have some knowledge of how this works to use the book lol, so I’m not really sure where you could get help on it
Triplicity is one of the most misunderstood and neglected types of rulership in traditional astrology. I have written on them in the past, so I don’t want to re-tread too much ground. Let’s briefly recap what triplicity lords signify.
In the lesson on the signs, I introduced the triplicity lords. Please first familiarize yourself with the triplicity lords by way of that lesson. The triplicity lords are three planets which rule over a given triangle of three signs, or a given element (fire, earth, air, water). There is a day ruler, a night ruler, and a participating ruler.