Theorema X
Dodecatemorii Arietis, omnibus est notissima, quae est in Astronomorum
usu (quasi Acioaedes, Acuminataque) figura ista: Ut
et ab hoc caeli loco, Triplicitatis Ignae, notari Exordium constat.
Ad ignis ergo ministerium (in huius Praxi MONADIS) requiri significandum,
Arietis adiecimus Astronomicam notam. Sicque Breviter, nostrae MONADIS,
Unam absoluimus Considerationem Hieroglyphicam: quam sic volumus,
unico Contextu Hierglyphico proferri.
MONADIS ISTIUS, LUNA ET SOL, SUA SEPARARI VOLUNT ELEMENTA, IN
QUIBUS DENARIA VIGEBIT PROPORTIO; IDQUE IGNIS FIERI MINISTERIO. 
Theorem X.
The (almost daggerlike [?] and pointed) symbol of the zodiacal
division of Aries, as it is used by the astronomers, is very well
known to all, and also is it well known that from this place in
the heavens the beginning of the fiery triplicity is counted. We
have added [in the symbol of our monad] the astronomical sign of
Aries, therefore, to signify that (in the practice of this monad)
the aid of fire is required. And so we have briefly brought to a
conclusion one way of hieroglyphically considering our monad, which
we want to be put forth only in a hieroglyphical context, as [here]
follows:
THE SUN AND THE MOON OF THIS MONAD DESIRE THEIR ELEMENTS, IN WHICH
THE DENARIAN PROPORTION WILL BE STRONG, TO BE SEPARATED, AND THAT
THIS BE DONE WITH THE AID OF FIRE. 
Theorem X
The following figure of the zodiacal sign Aries ,
in use amongst the astronomers, is the same for all the world (a
sort of erection both cutting and pointed), and it is understood
that it indicates the origin of the fiery triplicity in that part
of the sky.
Therefore, we have added the astronomical sign Aries to signify
that in the practice of this Monad the use of fire is required.
We finish the brief hieroglyphic consideration of our Monad, which
we would sum up in one only hieroglyphic context:
The Sun and the Moon of this Monad desire that the Elements
in which the tenth proportion will flower, shall be separated, and
this is done by the application of Fire. 
Theorem X
Das Tierkreiszeichen Widder, das jedem bekannt ist, hat nach dem
Brauch der Astronomen folgende etwas scharfe und spitz Form: [usual
astrological glyph for Aries] , die an dieser Stelle des Himmels
den Anfang des feurigen Trigons manifestiert. Aus diesem Grunde
haben wir das astronomische Zeichen Widder hinzugefügt um damit
anzudeuten, daß bei der praktischen Anwenung dieser Monas
die Hilfe des Feuers erforderlich ist. Damit haben wir eine kurze
Besprechung unserer hieroglyphischen Monas vollendet, die wir wie
folgt in einem einzigen hieroglyphischen Satz zusammenfassen wollen:
MOND UND SONNE DIESER MONAS WOLLEN, DASS IHRE ELEMENTE, IN DENEN
DAS VERHÄLTNIS DER ZEHN HERRSCHT,GETRENNT WERDEN, WAS MIT HILFE
DES FEUERS GESCHIEHT.

Theorem X
The sign of the zodiacal Aries, which is very well known to everyone,
has, according to the custom of astronomers, this (rather sharpedged
and pointed) form: .
And it is well known that from this place in the heavens, it manifests
the beginning of the fiery triplicity. For this reason, we have
added the astronomical sign of Aries in order to signify, that (in
the practical use of this MONAD), the ministry of fire is required.
And thus we have briefly completed one hieroglyphic consideration
of our MONAD, which we want to express in a singular hieroglyphic
construction as follows:
THE MOON AND SUN OF OUR MONAD DESIRE THEIR ELEMENTS, IN WHICH THE
DENARIAN PROPORTION WILL RULE, TO BE SEPARATED, AND THIS IS TO BE
DONE WITH THE MINISTRY OF FIRE.
