The Seven Planets of Ancient Astrology - The Sun

The Sun passes through all the twelve signs of the zodiac in one year and a few hours over the 365 days which constitute the year. He has no latitude.
When the Sun rises at a birth well-dignified, the native is of an honourable disposition, but always desiring to rule, loving pomp, yet affable, speaking with gravity and without too many words and possessing much self-reliance and dignity of manner. In person he will be tall, well made, with golden hair, yellowish skin, large and piercing eyes and long, straight and well-formed features.
When ill-aspected the native is arrogant, boastful, a spendthrift, proud, yet in poverty hanging on other men's charity, very loquacious, restless and without judgement.
He governs the heart, the brain, the right eye and the arms; and the diseases he causes are all illnesses of the heart, such as swoons, palpitations, cramps, also diseases of the mouth, the brain, and the eyes.
Of colours he rules the yellow and orange colour.
The plants subject to the Sun are all those of pungent odours, such as the marigold, heliotrope, rosemary, balsam, peony, musk, St. John's wort, and ginger.
Of trees he rules the palm, the laurel, the cedar, the orange-tree and the citron-tree.
Of beasts, the lion, the ram, the goat. Of birds, the eagle, the cock, the buzzard. Of fish, the star-fish, the crab-fish and the sea-fox.
He governs Sunday. His number is 34.
Of metals, gold.
Of colours he rules the yellow.
Of stones, the topaz, amber and all yellow stones.
His orb is 15 degrees before any aspect, and as many after separation.
His friends are all the planets except Saturn and Mars.