How a Farmer may be enabled to Predict the Future State of the Weather (Spell)

From Egyptian Secrets of Albertus Magnus, Joseph H. Peterson edition:

How a Farmer may be enabled to Predict the Future State of the Weather during the Year, from the first day of Janu­ary, or from the Bays of the First Week in which the New Year's Day Comes.

If New-Year's Day falls upon a Sunday, a quiet and gloomy winter may be expected, followed by a stormy spring, a dry summer, and a rich vintage. When New-Year's Day comes on a Monday, a varied winter, good spring, dry summer, cloudy weather, and an inferior vintage may be expected. When New-Year's comes on a Wednesday, a hard, rough winter, a blustery, dreary spring, an agreeable summer, and a blessed vintage may be hoped for. If the first of the year happens to come on Thursday, a temperate winter, agreeable spring, a dry summer, and a very good vintage will follow. If on a Friday the year begins, a changeable, irregular winter, a fine spring, a dry and comfortable summer, and a rich harvest will be the result. If New-Year's Day comes on Saturday, a rough winter, bleak winds, a wet and dreary spring, and destruction of fruit will be the consequence.

The grimoire Egyptian Secrets of Albertus Magnus lists this spell.

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