He that is grounded in astrology,
Enriched with tongues, well seen in minerals,
Hath all the principles magic doth require.
Then doubt not, Faustus, but to be renowned
And more frequented for this mystery
Than heretofore the Delphian oracle. (1.1.131-136)
So now, Faustus, ask me what thou wilt.
First I will question with thee about hell.
Tell me, where is the place that men call hell?
I think hell's a fable.
Ay, think so still, till experience change thy mind. (2.1.109-111, 122-123)
I am resolved, Faustus shall not repent.
Come, Mephistopheles, let us dispute again
And reason of divine astrology.
Speak; are there many spheres above the moon?
Are all celestial bodies but one globe,
As is the substance of this centric earth? (2.3.30-35)