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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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stars

    Part, Question
1 1, 10 | justice," shall be "as ~stars unto perpetual eternities [* 2 1, 11 | that the planets and other stars were ~gods, and also the 3 1, 23 | how many spheres, how many stars, how many elements, and 4 1, 23 | why ~He has made so many stars, or so many species of things, 5 1, 63 | the third part of the stars of heaven."~Aquin.: SMT 6 1, 66 | fact that we can see the stars through the ~intervening 7 1, 67 | that the rays of ~different stars produce different effects 8 1, 67 | even the sun, moon, and stars, which was ~forbidden them ( 9 1, 68 | day, not that in which the stars are set, but the part ~of 10 1, 68 | spherical in form and without stars, the same, in fact, that 11 1, 68 | rising and ~setting of the stars, and their various influences. 12 1, 68 | the sphere of the fixed stars; the ~other seven, which 13 1, 70 | astronomers say, there are many stars larger than the ~moon. Therefore 14 1, 70 | Aristotle, however, the stars ~are fixed in their orbits, 15 1, 70 | from that in which the ~stars are placed, even though 16 1, 70 | day, and on the fourth the stars were ~fixed in the higher 17 1, 70 | Gen.), the sun, moon, and stars cooperate in the work of ~ 18 1, 70 | and power. For ~though the stars be of greater bulk than 19 1, 70 | and the moon and all the stars of ~heaven, and being deceived 20 1, 70 | particular movements of the stars: which ~movements may have 21 1, 70 | But ~the sun, moon, and stars are nobler bodies than plants 22 1, 70 | But the sun, moon, ~and stars are a cause of life, as 23 1, 70 | the power of ~the sun and stars. Much more, therefore, have 24 1, 71 | or the influence of the stars.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[71] A[ 25 1, 73 | putrefaction by the power which the stars and ~elements received at 26 1, 64 | the third part of the stars of heaven."~Aquin.: SMT 27 1, 67 | fact that we can see the stars through the ~intervening 28 1, 68 | that the rays of ~different stars produce different effects 29 1, 68 | even the sun, moon, and stars, which was ~forbidden them ( 30 1, 69 | day, not that in which the stars are set, but the part of 31 1, 69 | spherical in form and without stars, the same, in fact, that 32 1, 69 | rising and ~setting of the stars, and their various influences. 33 1, 69 | the sphere of the fixed stars; the ~other seven, which 34 1, 71 | astronomers say, there are many stars larger than the ~moon. Therefore 35 1, 71 | Aristotle, however, the stars ~are fixed in their orbits, 36 1, 71 | from that in which the ~stars are placed, even though 37 1, 71 | day, and on the fourth the stars were ~fixed in the higher 38 1, 71 | Gen.), the sun, moon, and stars cooperate in the work of ~ 39 1, 71 | and power. For ~though the stars be of greater bulk than 40 1, 71 | and the moon and all the stars of ~heaven, and being deceived 41 1, 71 | particular movements of the stars: which ~movements may have 42 1, 71 | But ~the sun, moon, and stars are nobler bodies than plants 43 1, 71 | But the sun, moon, ~and stars are a cause of life, as 44 1, 71 | the power of ~the sun and stars. Much more, therefore, have 45 1, 71 | or the influence of the stars.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[71] A[ 46 1, 72 | putrefaction by the power which the stars and ~elements received at 47 1, 95 | or the movement of the ~stars, some would have been born 48 1, 104 | minerals are like the sun and ~stars, by whose power they are 49 1, 107 | written (Judges 5:20): "Stars remaining in their ~order 50 1, 114 | argument against ~divination by stars: because the effects of 51 1, 114 | because the effects of the stars are varied even in ~corporeal 52 1, 114 | man is stronger ~than the stars" [*Ptolemy, Centiloquium, 53 1, 114 | certain effects of ~the stars." But this opinion is manifestly 54 1, 114 | some Divine power in the stars. Secondly, because ~they 55 1, 115 | than "a disposition of ~the stars under which each one is 56 1, 115 | force in the position of the stars. Hence Augustine says (De 57 1, 115 | heavenly movements of the stars, whether by the angelic 58 1, 115 | moves the heaven and the stars, ~tempers the elements to 59 2, 9 | the wise man governs the stars"; which is a though to say 60 2, 102 | is adorned with various stars; ~the curtain (of goats' 61 2, 102 | Egyptians in worshipping ~the stars employed various combinations 62 2, 102 | various connections of the stars. Or else all ~these minglings 63 2, 81 | compelling ~influence of the stars, or on account of the connection 64 2, 92 | air, or the circle of ~the stars, or the great water, or 65 2, 93 | 5) Of divination by the stars;~(6) Of divination by dreams;~( 66 2, 93 | astrologers by considering the stars can foreknow and foretell 67 2, 93 | position and movements of the stars, this belongs to "astrologers," 68 2, 93 | Whether divination by the stars is unlawful?~Aquin.: SMT 69 2, 93 | seem that divination by the stars is not unlawful. It is ~ 70 2, 93 | Therefore divination by the stars is not ~unlawful.~Aquin.: 71 2, 93 | that the observation of the stars is a means whereby some ~ 72 2, 93 | demons. But divination by the stars ~contains nothing of the 73 2, 93 | opinion if, by observing ~the stars, one desires to foreknow 74 2, 93 | foreknown by ~observing the stars: and it is evident that 75 2, 93 | acquired by ~observing the stars there have been various 76 2, 93 | some have ~stated that the stars signify rather than cause 77 2, 93 | from an observation of the stars, except in ~so far as effects 78 2, 93 | take observation of the stars in order to foreknow ~casual 79 2, 93 | apply the observation of the stars in order to foreknow those 80 2, 93 | truth by ~observing the stars may be explained in two 81 2, 93 | to the disposition of the stars, ~yet are they ordered according 82 2, 93 | the ~dispositions of the stars. Wherefore if anyone practicing 83 2, 93 | the dispositions of the stars, his opinion is vain and ~ 84 2, 94 | certain movements of the stars observed in the course of 85 2, 94 | various dispositions of the stars," as though the results ~ 86 2, 94 | allied to ~divination by the stars, in respect of which one 87 2, 187 | many to justice shall be as stars for all ~eternity."~Aquin.: 88 3, 5 | the sun the light of the stars is put ~out, but the light 89 3, 36 | birth is influenced by the stars. But occasions of ~sin should 90 3, 36 | observe the course ~of the stars. And therefore Christ's 91 3, 36 | angels ~inhabit, and the stars adorn, the heavens: by both, 92 3, 36 | compared to the ~multitude of stars; that a heavenly progeny 93 3, 36 | are thus designated by the stars, are by the ~rising of a 94 3, 36 | ever so far connected the stars with man's fate at the ~ 95 3, 36 | to assert that one of the stars, at the birth of any ~man, 96 3, 36 | birth and the course of the stars, ~for they do not hold that 97 3, 36 | hold that the course of the stars can be changed at a ~man' 98 3, 36 | business to know from the stars those who are born, but 99 3, 36 | feared lest a child whom the stars obey, might make himself ~ 100 3, 36 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, stars which are not in the heavens 101 3, 36 | It was not one of ~those stars which since the beginning 102 3, 36 | beautiful ~than the other stars, drew men's gaze and attention: 103 3, 36 | sent to minister." But the stars of heaven do not ~change 104 3, 36 | course of the heavenly ~stars, so neither did it follow 105 3, 44 | astronomers, "who ~gaze at the stars and observe the months," 106 3, 73 | and bear it away ~to the stars, it was needful that on 107 Suppl, 72| in the moon, and in the stars," etc.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 108 Suppl, 72| the ~"seventh" day all the stars, both planets and fixed 109 Suppl, 72| both planets and fixed stars, will throw out ~fiery tails 110 Suppl, 72| gathering that the sun moon, and stars ~will then be deprived of 111 Suppl, 72| written (Mt. 24:29): "The stars shall fall from heaven, ~ 112 Suppl, 72| observe the movements of the stars ~and this is contrary to 113 Suppl, 72| higher ~heavens, wherein the stars are fixed. Therefore it 114 Suppl, 74| again. Nevertheless the stars will be in the same ~position 115 Suppl, 82| compared to the clarity ~of the stars. Therefore the bodies of 116 Suppl, 88| of the moon and of the ~stars for the light of the night: 117 Suppl, 88| and the moon and all the stars of heaven, and ~being deceived 118 Suppl, 88| 43:10): "The glory of the stars ~is the beauty of heaven, 119 Suppl, 89| justice" shall shine "as stars ~for all eternity." The 120 Suppl, 93| sixtyfold fruit; and to the stars those who have the thirtyfold 121 Suppl, 94| that souls return to the ~stars that are their compeers.


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