The discovery of a world in the moone, or, A discovrse tending to prove that 'ti
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To the Reader
The First Proposition, by way of Preface. That the strangenesse of this opinion ...
Proposition 2. That a plurality of worlds doth not contradict any principle of r...
Proposition 3. That the heavens doe not consist of any such pure matter which ca...
Proposition 4. That the Moone is a solid, compacted opacous body.
Proposition 5. That the Moone hath not any light of her owne.
Proposition 6. That there is a world in the Moone hath beene the direct opinion ...
Proposition 7. That those spots and brighter parts which by our sight may be dis...
Proposition 8. The spots represent the sea and the brighter parts the Land.
Proposition 9. That there are high Mountaines deepe vullies and spacious plaines...
Proposition 10. That there is an Atmo-sphaera, or an orbe of grosse vaporous air...
Proposition 11. That os-their world is our Moone, so our world in their Moone.
Proposition 12. That tis probable there may bee such Meteors belonging to that w...
Proposition 13. That tis probable there may be inhabitants in this other World, ...
The Propositions that are proved in this Discourse.

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