PRINCIPLES OF SCIENTIFIC ASTROLOGY by W. J. Tucker

PRINCIPLES OF SCIENTIFIC ASTROLOGY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Not a book for the totally uninitiated. A sober, accurate study of the science of astrology, past and present. Opens with a history of astrological findings, from the time of Seth in 3769 B.C. the growth of various influences, Greek, Roman, etc., which affected it, down to present day conclusions. Then the chapters on signs and constellations and their effects on the individual, the planetary aspects of the science, and chapters on the individuality, personality and temperament of persons born under the various zodiac signs. Technical as to coding and decoding the horoscope.

Publisher: Lippincott