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But Camaralzaman politely yet firmly persisted in his intentions, and at length the king desired the eunuch who had the guard of the princess's apartments to conduct the astrologer to her presence.
Madam, a new astrologer has arrived, who declares that you will be cured as soon as you have read this letter and seen what it contains.
The prince thanked the king in the warmest and most respectful terms, and added: "As regards my person, your Majesty has rightly guessed that I am not an astrologer.
The prince was punctual, and was received in the private apartment, when, having ordered her attendants to withdraw, the princess took from a small box the talisman, and, handing it to Camaralzaman, said: "Not long ago an astrologer gave me this talisman.
17, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- As astronomers debate whether or not Pluto is a planet astrologers have no such doubts.
More than 500 astrologers provide guidance and remedial solutions on areas like career, business, finance, relationships, etc.
Some Delhi political heavyweights have unabashedly admitted that they do not move a muscle during the poll season without consulting their astrologers.
However, astrologers have predicted that they won't have a smooth relationship, and went on to state that the couple are unlikely to end up marrying each other.
ISLAMABAD -- Some popular astrologers have predicted a soothing future for Pakistan during year 2013 with political stability, economic prosperity and restoration of peace.
Washington, May 31 ( ANI ): US President Barack Obama will win the upcoming November election, a panel of astrologers has predicted.
Nagpur Nagpur city is famous for two things --oranges and astrologers.
Ancient priests, wise men and shamans were also healers and astrologers.
In numerous interviews with remarkably unskeptical reporters, astrologers successfully peddled the notion that it was all a big misunderstanding,.
No longer the biblical astrologers who "observed [a] star at its rising," these magi reflect the power structure of 15th-century Europe.