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The sea is the source of water, and the source of wind. For neither could (the
force of the wind blowing outwards from within come into being) without the great
main (sea), nor the streams of rivers, nor the showery water of the sky; but the ...
This is Jupiter, of whom I speak, whom the Greeks call Air; who is wind and
clouds, and afterwards rain, and from rain comes cold, and after that, wind, and
again air. Therefore these elements of which I tell you are Jupiter, because with
Wintry winds, cold and frost as a rule. Leaves begin to fall. 13th. Lyra rises at
dawn. Winter weather. Sagittarius: 16th. Aetos rises. Thunder and lightning. Rain
or wind or both. Capricorn: 1 2th. South wind. Aquarius: 3rd. Storm. Unlucky day.
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A definitely must read for any Philosophy student or anyone interested in knowing the origins of Western thought. Here you find all the known fragments of the early Greek Philosophers without ... Read full review