Probably it is this treatise which is mentioned by Agrippa in 1526 when he sent to Metz for his work on geomancy Again Agrippa refers to a work on geomancy in his De Incertitudine (cap 13) where after listing earlier geomancies by Haly, Gerard of Cremona, Bartholomew of Parma, and T andinus, he says of his own geomantic treatise I too havewritten a geomancy quite different from the rest but no less superstitious and fallacious or if you Wish I Will even say 'mendacious Agrippa was nothing if not frank about his own work.
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