Thakkur, Dr. Chandrasekhar G. ‘Medical Astrology: a Guide to Planets, Signs and Birthchart to Reveal Your Health and Diseases’ Second Impression – Ancient Wisdom Publications, 1976

Thelen, Brigitte; tr. Lais, Erika ‘Astrologie et Essences Florales’ Editions Medicis-Entrelacs, Orsay, 1999

Thelen, Brigitte ‘Astrologie und Blütenessenzen: Bach-Blüten und Kalifornische Blüten als Schlüssel zur Persönlichkeitsentfaltung’ Kailash / Heinrich Hugendubel Verlag, München, 1998. Paper-covered boards. 253pp + [3 pages of advertisements]

Thibodeau, Robert ‘Astrological Aspects Interpreted and Explained: How to Read the Chart’ [Self-Published], Ferndale, MI, 1981

Thieffry, Yves ‘L’Astrologie dans la Société Contemporaine’ Éditions du Centurion, Mayenne, 1977

Thiel, H. J. ‘Astrologischer Rechenshatsbericht für 1991, Mit Ergänzungsbeiträgen’ [Self-Published], no place stated, 1992. Paper covers. Staplebound pamphlet. 23pp

Thiel, H. J. ‘Astrologischer Rechenshatsbericht für 1992, Mit Ergänzungsbeiträgen’ [Self-Published], no place stated, 1993. Paper covers. Staplebound pamphlet. 24pp

Thiel, H. J. ‘Astrologischer Rechenshatsbericht für 1993, Mit Ergänzungsbeiträgen’ [Self-Published], no place stated, 1994. Card covers. Staplebound pamphlet. 21pp

Thierens, A. E. ‘Astrology in Mesopotamian Culture: an Essay – With 2 Figures’ E. J. Brill, Leiden, 1935. Large-format, wider-than-A4 card covers (separation to top 2 cm and bottom cm of front hinge; light chipping to lower outer corner of front cover). (Light separation between pp. 40-1; separation between pp. 48-9, but fragile underlying cords mostly holding.) [2] + [3 leaves] + 59

Thierens, A. E., Ph.D. ‘Elements of Esoteric Astrology – Being a philosophical deduction of astrological principles and a sequence to Natural Philosophy, issued by the same publishers – With Numerous Line Drawings in Text and Coloured Frontispiece’ Rider & Co., Paternoster House, E.C., London, 1931[0]. Original cloth (faded at spine; moderate wear to extremities of spine hinges and outer corners of boards; mottling of cloth to inner margin of  rear board, not affecting internal pages) with gilt title-label to spine (relatively faded).  [1 leaf] + [coloured frontis.] + [2] + [pp. 5-11] + [p. 13] + [p. 15-282] + [6 pages of tables]

Thierens, A. E., Ph. D., intr. Waite, Arthur Edward ‘The General Book of the Tarot Containing the Astrological Key to the Tarot-system, published for the first time’ Rider & Co., Paternoster House, E.C., London, undated[1]. Cloth (light wear to extremities of spine and some outer corners of boards; heavy wear to lower outer corner of rear board). [2] + [p.5] + [pp. 7-158] + [1]

Thierens, A. E., Ph. D. ‘Natural Philosophy, Being an introduction to Astrology and Occultism along the lines of Modern Scientific Thought’ Rider & Co., Paternoster House, E.C., London, undated[2]. Cloth (light wear to outer corners of boards) in dj. [1 leaf] + [2] + [pp. 5-11] + [pp. 13-158]

Thilo, F. L., Oberregierungsrat i. R. und Astrologe mit Verbandsprüfung ‘[Astrologische Universal Harmonien, Sonderdruck 17:] Beruf und Erfolg in den Sternen’ Verlag Baumgartner, (20a) Warpke, Post Billerbeck / Hann., undated[3]. Original card covers. [2] + [pp. 3-41] + [p. 42 of advertisements] + [rear cover backed with advertisements]

Th.[4], F. L.,  Oberregierungsrat i. R. , Astrologe mit Verbandsprüfung ’[Astrologische Universal Harmonien: Ein Fernlehrgang der Astrologie, Sonderdruck 13:] Erste Hilfe bei der Horoskop-Deutung – Eine “spritzige”, interessante Einführung für den Anfänger, für jeden leicht verständlich, sofort anwendbar und so gefasst, das sie auch dem fortgeschrittenen Astrologen Neues zu sagen hat’ Verlag Baumgartner, (20a) Warpke, Post Billerbeck / Hann., undated[5]. Original card covers. [1] + [pp. 2-52] + [rear cover backed with advertisements]

Th.[6], F. L.,  Oberregierungsrat i. R., Astrologe mit Verbandsprüfung ’[Astrologische Universal Harmonien, Sonderdruck 14:] Liebe und Haß in den Sternen – Horoskopvergleiche’ Verlag Baumgartner, (20a) Warpke, Post Billerbeck (Hann.), undated[7]. Original card covers. (Defective copy: lacks pp. 47-57[8]. Some previous owner’s red marginal lines to pp. 11; 16-17; 23-4; 27; 31; and 35, with a little underlining also to p. 11.) [1] + [pp. 2-46] + [rear cover featuring 2 pages of advertisements]

Thom, A. ‘Megalithic Lunar Observatories’ Reprinted with Corrections – Oxford University Press, Ely House, London W.1, 1973[9]. Cloth in dj (light wear to extremities of spine and of flap-folds). [1 leaf] + [2] + [pp. 5-6] + [2] + [pp. 9-122] + [3] + [pp. 126-7]

Thom, A. ‘Megalithic Sites in Britain’ Reprinted – Oxford University Press, Ely House, London W.1, 1972[10]. Cloth (light wear to extremities of spine hinges and outer corners of boards) in dj (light wear to extremities of spine hinges and of flap-folds). [1 leaf] + [colour frontis.] + [2] + [pp. v-vi] + [1 leaf] + 166 + [2] + [pp. 169-170] + [1] + [pp. 172-4]

Thom, Alexander – see also under Heath, Robin, above

Thom, A. and Thom, A. S. ‘Megalithic Remains in Britain and Brittany’ Oxford University Press, Walton Street, Oxford OX2 6DP, 1978. Cloth (light wear to feet of spine and lower outer corners of boards) in dj (light wear to bottom edge of front cover). [1 leaf] + [2] + [pp. v-vi] + [2] + 43 + [1 page of illustrations] + [pp. 45-65] + [2 pages of illustrations] + [pp. 68-91] + [1] + [1 page of illustrations] + [pp. 94-182] + [1] + [pp. 184-5] + [pp. 187-8] + [1] + [pp. 190-2]

Thomas Aquinas – see under D’Aquin, Thomas, above

Thomas, Keith[11] ‘Religion and the Decline of Magic: Studies in popular beliefs in sixteenth and seventeenth century England’ Weidenfeld & Nicolson, the Orion Publishing Group Ltd., Orion House, 5 Upper Saint Martin’s Lane, London WC2H, 1997[12]. Cloth in dj.  [1 leaf] + [3] + [2] + [pp. ix-xii] + [1 leaf] + [pp. xv-xviii] + [2 leaves] + [pp. 3-21] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 25-173] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 177-279] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 283-385] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 389-432] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 435-583] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 587-628] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 631-716]

Thompson, C. J. S. ‘The Mystery and Romance of Astrology’ Brentano’s, Ltd., London / New York / Paris, 1929. Cloth (wear to extremities of spine and most outer corners of boards; heavy wear to lower outer corner of front board; light wear to spine hinges). (Separation at inner paper hinge between ffep and half-title; slight separation before p. 161; after p. 192; and before p. 209.) [2] + [Frontis.] + [3] + [pp. vii-x] + [1] + [pp. xiii-xv] + [pp. 17-28] + [plate] + [pp.  29-34] + [plate] + [pp. 35-60] + [plate] + [pp. 61-2] + [plate] + [pp. 63-4] + [plate] + [pp. 65-74] + [plate] + [pp. 75-92] + [plate] + [pp. 93-104] + [plate] + [pp. 105-6] + [plate] + [pp. 107-116] + [plate] + [pp. 117-20] + [plate] + [pp. 121-2] + [plate] + [pp. 123-132] + [plate] + [pp. 133-144] + [plate] + [pp. 145-8] + [plate] + [pp. 149-50] + [plate] + [pp. 151-4] + [plate] + [pp. 155-160] + [plate] + [pp. 161-8] + [plate] + [pp. 169-186] + [plate] + [pp. 187-208] + [plate] + [pp. 209-228] + [plate] + [pp. 229-230] + [plate] + [pp. 231-2] + [plate] + [pp. 233-242] + [plate] + [pp. 243-256] + [plate] + [pp. 257-8] + [plate] + [pp. 259-264] + [plate] + [pp. 265-296]

Thompson, C. J. S. ‘The Mystery and Romance of Astrology’ [Ballantrae Reprint], no place stated, undated[13]. Laminated card covers. Bound by plastic comb threaded through holes punched in inner margins. [4 leaves] + [pp. xi-xiv] + [pp. xvii-xix] + [pp. 17-28] + [illustration] + [pp. 29-34] + [illustration] + [pp. 35-60] + [illustration] + [pp. 61-2] + [illustration] + [pp. 63-4] + [illustration] + [pp. 65-74] + [illustration] + [pp. 75-92] + [illustration] + [pp. 93-104] + [illustration] + [pp. 105-6] + [illustration] + [pp. 107-116] + [illustration] + [pp. 117-20] + [illustration] + [pp. 121] + [p. 124[14]] + [illustration] + [p. 123] + [p. 122] + [pp. 125-132] + [illustration] + [pp. 133-144] + [illustration] + [pp. 145-8] + [illustration] + [pp. 149-150] + [illustration] + [pp. 151-4] + [illustration] + [pp. 155-160] + [illustration] + [pp. 161-8] + [illustration] + [pp. 169-186] + [illustration] + [pp. 187-208] + [illustration] + [pp. 209-228] + [illustration] + [pp. 229-230] + [illustration] + [pp. 231-2] + [illustration] + [pp. 233-242] + [illustration] + [pp. 243-256] + [illustration] + [pp. 257-8] + [illustration] + [pp. 259-264] + [illustration] + [pp. 265-296]

Thompson, Catherine – [A selection of original papers from her estate]. Comprising:

  • [Anonymous] Hossetter’s United States Almanac 1909. [Single leaf extracted from this publication, featuring illustration “The Twelve Signs of the Zodiac” on one side and advertising on the other]. [2 pp.]
  • [Anonymous] [Letter, handwritten, from an unsigned writer in Port Alfred, S. Africa, April 1924, to Catherine Thompson]. [2 single-sided leaves]
  • [Anonymous] Newspaper article reporting on Catherine Thompson, from “Boston Advertiser Final Edition, January, February or July 18, 1924: ‘Astrologer of Cat’s Fate Reads Stars for Martha’, in two once-folded cuttings drawn from pp. 2 and 15 of the issue. (Hand-signed inscription by a Joalell Smith, #22 Mallard Rd., Dor. to margin of first cutting.) [2 pp]
  • [Anonymous] Newspaper article (incomplete) ‘Fortune-Telling By Cards’ by unsigned author, stated in a hand-pencilled note to be from “The Globe”, Nov. 22, 1909. Single-columned cutting. [1 p.]
  • [Bacon, Roger] ‘Speculum Alchymiae; the True Glass of Alchemy’. Hand-written reproduction on lined paper by Mrs. Thompson, from the London edition of 1683. 12 pp
  • [Burgoyne, Thomas] ‘The Language of the Stars: A Primary Course of Lessons in Celestial Dynamics’ The Astro-Philosophical Publishing Co., Denver, Colorado, copyrighted 1892 (q.v.). Title leaf, pp. iii-iv and pp. 5-8 only, disbound, and chipped at inner margins, with hand-pencilled annotations and crossings out by Catherine Thompson
  • Earley, John B.; Fenlon, Hazel P., Notary Public [Typed copy of notice of receipt of a prophecy by Catherine Thompson dated May 3, 1915 of the sinking of a ship, referenced to the “Lusitania”] Los Angeles County, California, May, 1915
  • Earley, John B. and Fenlon, Hazel P., Notary Public in and for Los Angeles State of California [Official declaration of the receipt by Earley on the morning of May 8th, 1915 of a letter dated May 3rd, 1915 from C. H. Thompson of Boston, in which she predicted that ‘a Cunarder will be torpedoed off Ireland[14a]‘]. Unbound twice-folded sheet of typescript. [1 single-sided leaf]
  • [Elsie, J. H.] [Poems from ‘Star and Weather Gossip’, retyped by a friend of Mrs. Thompson named Lizzie for her, from the original printed source, with a covering letter from Lizzie]. Folded large-format leaves of typescript, held together with a paper clip. [Six single-sided leaves]
  • [Hart, Chas. L.] [Poem entitled ‘Daniel the Prophet in the Lion’s Den – His Vision of the Four Beasts, etc.’, noted in a pencilled note to be by Chas. L. Hart, and to have been copied in Omaha, Nebraska, May 3rd, 1926 (presumably by Catherine Thompson)]. Twice-folded extra-tall sheets bound at top margin by twin metal clasps driven through (twice-folded) thin card backing and its top flap. Contents printed in typescript on single-sided leaves throughout. [3 single-sided leaves]
  • Herne, Eleanor [Hand-inked astrological chart for a meeting held by a group of peace campaigners on May 18, 1931 against a planned United States military air exhibition, beneath which is set typed commentary by Herne regarding a fight that broke out at the meeting itself when one of those assembled objected to a move to write to the U.S. President protesting the planned exhibition] No place stated, undated. Twice-folded large-format single-sided leaf (holes punched in inner margins). (Some red pencilled underlining and other marks.) [1]
  • Lorge [?], Eva [Hand-signed typed letter to Catherine Thompson reporting on the outcome of her recent unsuccessful attempt to personally persuade the earlier recipient of a three-volume bound set of “The Sphinx”[15], a Miss Herne[16] of New York City, to donate it to the New York Public Library] [Massachusetts][17], November 4, 1933. Twice-folded large-format single-sided leaf of typescript. [1]
  • [Morrison, Richard], ed. Thompson, Catherine Howard ‘The Tenth House’ Copied for readers of the “Adept”, Boston, Massachusetts, January, 1917. Unbound sheets held together by paper clip. Contents printed in typescript on single-sided leaves throughout. [Leaves 1-2]
  • [The Sphinx, Sep. 1899] Single leaf of this issue of the magazine edited by Mrs.. Thompson, comprising pp. vii-viii, featuring editorial by Sepharial, backed with advertisements. Single unbound leaf
  • Starkey, George ‘The admirable Efficacy, And almost incredible Virtue of true Oyl, which is made of Sulphur-Vive, Set on fire, and called commonly Oyl of Sulphur per Campanam…’ [Unpublished copy by Catherine Thompson], undated[17a]. Set of once-folded line-ruled hand-inked leaves, tied by string at one corner. [1 leaf] + 13 pp.
  • [Stuart, Jane[17b]] [Hand-written letter to Catherine Thompson on letter-paper of the Hotel Martin, Utica, N.Y.] Single-sided leaf (torn at folds)
  • Thompson, Catherine Howard ‘Bible Prophecies of the War’ Huntington Chambers, Boston, Mass., June 1915. Unbound large-format sheets held together by paper clip. [Single-sided leaves 1-11]
  • Thompson, Catherine Victoria ‘The Birth of Religion’ Boston, Mass., Jan. 1929. Twice-folded large-format sheets loosely bound by knotted string threaded through one corner. (Internal tear to her blind-stamped personal seal on the final leaf.) [Single-sided leaves 1-9] + [1 leaf]
  • Thompson, Catharine Howard, compiled ‘The Birthday Calendar – contains Birth gem, Flower, Sentiment, Friends and Characteristics’ [Unpublished document], dated 1915[17c]. Twice-folded single-sided sheets of typescript, held together by a safety pin at top edge. [12 single-sided leaves][17d]
  • Thompson, Catherine Howard ‘Exodus’ [Unpublished document], dated Easter, 1923. Set of once-folded single-sided sheets of typescript, bound by knotted string at one corner, and partly adorned with the author’s hand-pencilled corrections. [Leaves 1-16]
  • [Thompson, Catherine] ‘Genesis’[17e]. Set of unbound twice-folded single-sided sheets of typescript. [Leaves 1-10]
  • Thompson, Catherine Victoria, Dean of American Astrologists ‘Girl’s Slayer Not Far Away, Stars Reveal – Horoscope of Maybelle Matheson, born Wednesday, May 6 1908, 10 a. m., Cape Breton, Canada’ [Article from Boston Daily Advertiser, circa January – February 1927]. [Cutting from one leaf]
  • Thompson, Catherine H., Ph. D. ‘Girls Warned Not to Marry February Men – Revelations of the Stars Against Them’ [Press cutting, extracted from “American”, Apr. 5, 1914[18]]. No covers. Cut piece of a newspaper. [1]
  • [Thompson, Catherine] ‘A Glossary of Astrological Terms’. Unbound sheets held together by a paper clip (short tears to inner and top edges of all leaves.) Contents printed in typescript on single-sided leaves throughout. [6 leaves]
  • Thompson, Catherine Victoria ‘Horoscope of Herbert Charles Hoover, born Monday, August 10th, 1874, Iowa’. Twice-folded group of four single-sided sheets of typescript, held together by a safety pin at top edge. [4 single-sided leaves]
  • [Thompson, Catherine] ‘Horoscopes Written for Boston “Post”‘ bound with ‘Horoscopes Written for the Boston “Globe”‘[18a]. Twice-folded single-sided leaves of typescript, bound together with a metal pin at one corner. [3 leaves]
  • Thompson, Catherine Victoria ‘How I Became An Astrologer or “The Talent is the Call” ‘ Boston, undated[19]. No covers or binding. Twice-folded large-format single-sided leaves of typescript. 7 pp
  • [Thompson, Catherine] ‘Lesson I: The Nine Planets[20]‘ No place stated, undated. Once-folded large-format looseleaf sheets, bound by safety pin at one corner. Typescript. 4 pp
  • [Thompson, Catherine] ‘Lesson IX: The Effects of the Nine Planets in the Twelve Mundane Houses’. Unbound sheets held together by a paper clip (a few short edge-tears). Contents printed in typescript on single-sided leaves throughout. [6 leaves]
  • Thompson, Catherine Howard ‘The Lesson of the Great Pyramid’ No place stated, undated. Twice-folded unbound large-format sheets, held together by rusty safety pin. Contents printed in typescript on single-sided leaves throughout. [Leaves 1-5]
  • [Thompson, Catherine] ‘A Memorial to Christopher Walton’ Boston, Mass., Christmas 1920. Once-folded single-sided sheets held together with paper clip. Contents in typescript. [1 leaf] + [leaves 1-10]
  • Thompson, Catherine Howard ‘The Origin of Numbers: An Original Concept of the Basic Inter-relations of Religion and Science thru the Formation of Numbers’ No place stated, undated. Twice-folded large-format single-sided sheets held together with paper clip. Contents in typescript with some added hand annotations by the author. [Single-sided leaves 1-11] + [1 leaf]
  • [Thompson, Catherine] ‘Poor Dicky! Born Under Unlucky Star, Dies as Seer Foretold[20a]‘ [Article from Boston American, November 28, 1923]. [Cutting from one leaf]
  • [Thompson, Catherine] ‘ “The Star Of Bethlehem” – Lecture as given by Mrs. Catherine H. Thompson, The Able Astrologer. Editor and Proprietor of “The Sphinx,” Boston, Mass., U.S.A – Read before the “Antipodean Astrological Society,” Melbourne, Victoria, by the President, Mr. HY Waterhouse’ Published by the “Antipodean Astrological Academy,” 376 and 378 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, undated[21]. No covers. Medium-format pamphlet. Contents printed in dual columns. 4 pp
  • Thompson, Catherine Howard ‘The Star of Bethlehem’ Boston, Mass., July 3, 1925[22]. No covers. Once-folded large-format looseleaf typescript, string-bound at one corner. 14pp
  • Thompson, Catherine V. ‘The Story Book of the Heavens’ Boston, undated. Twice-folded typescript sheets bound together by string at one corner. [2 leaves] + [leaves 3-17]
  • Thompson, Catharine Howard ‘A Summary of Events[22a]‘ [Unpublished document], dated June 15, 1916. Twice-folded single-sided leaves of typescript amended in brown ink in the author’s hand, held together with a safety clip at top edge. Last leaf embossed with author’s blind stamp dated 1898. [Leaves 1-3]
  • [Thompson, Catherine] ‘A Talk About the Stars’. Unbound sheets held together by a primitive old paper clip. Contents printed in typescript on single-sided leaves throughout. [Leaves 1-8] + [1 leaf]
  • [Thompson, Catherine] ‘The Terms of the Planets’ No place stated, undated[23]. Card square (chipped at lower outer corner and lightly at inner margin). [1]
  • [Thompson, Catherine] ‘Twelve Zodiacal Types of Character’. Unbound sheets held together by a paper clip (1 cm tears to inner edges of both leaves.) Contents printed in typescript on single-sided leaves throughout. [2 leaves]
  • Thompson, Catherine H. ‘What Is Astrology?’ 484 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, Mass., undated (internal evidence suggests probably 1899). Small-format string-bound professionally-printed pamphlet. (Damp-staining to large parts of first leaf and smaller areas of next few.) [11] + [1 page of advertisements]
  • Thompson, Catherine Howard ‘Zadkiel’s Legacy to the English People’ Huntington Chambers, Boston, Mass., Oct. 16, 1915[24]. No covers. Twice-folded large-format looseleaf typescript, bound by a safety pin at one corner. [pp. 1-11, of which p. 2 is a half-page pasted on to the lower margin of the original p. 1 to extend it, obscuring the printed number for p. 1]
  • Thompson, C. H. [Comically annotated hand-inked illustration of the First World War at sea in the North Atlantic and around the British Isles, with a particular focus on the Lusitania disaster]. (Slight tearing along one fold and to one blank corner.) [1 single-sided leaf]
  • Thompson, Catherine Howard [Copy of typed letter by the author to Hon. Woodrow Wilson, President of the United States, dated Jan. 5, 1918]. Unbound large-format sheets. [3 single-sided leaves of typescript]
  • [Thompson, Catherine] [Document, handwritten, presumed in the hand of Catherine Thompson, entitled ‘Fluctuations of Sugar for June 1898’ on one side and ‘Fluctuations of Sugar for July 1898’ on the other]. One double-sided leaf of very large-format lined paper, once-folded
  • [Thompson, Catherine] [Document, handwritten, presumed in the hand of Catherine Thompson, entitled ‘Fluctuations of Sugar for July 1898’ on one side and ‘Fluctuations of Sugar for August 1898’ on the other]. One double-sided leaf of very large-format lined paper, once-folded
  • [Thompson, Catherine] [Document, handwritten, commencing ‘These twelve animals are called a Zodiac’]. Unbound single-sided handwritten leaves. [4 leaves]
  • [Thompson, Catherine] [A hand-drawn birth chart, with annotations, for Mrs. Grace A. Goodhue Coolidge[25]] bound with [two typed pages of thoughts on the future of American children and on the Piscean and Aquarian ages]. Once-folded large-format looseleaf sheets. Bound by a safety pin to upper margin. [1] + [pp. 8-9]
  • [Thompson, Catherine] [Hand-pencilled list of some of her articles, in her own hand] [Unpublished document], dated Sept. 14, 1929. [Folded single-sheet of line-ruled paper]
  • [Thompson, Catherine] [Nativity, hand-pencilled, for G. Hodges, Mond. Dec. 20, 1869, 7.30 p.m., Mass.] [1 single-sided leaf]
  • [Thompson, Catherine Howard] [Printed leaf featuring twelve small artistic images representing the zodiac signs, each in 2cm-square boxes, arranged around two sides of Mrs. Thompson’s twice-printed signature]. Folded single-sided A3 sheet. (Hole along part of fold)
  • [Thompson, Catherine] [Short hand-written note commencing ‘One of the most important factors in Astrology is a knowledge of the social & mental plane in which a person lives’]. Small single-sided leaf
  • [Thompson, Catherine] [Newspaper article, from unspecified source ‘Teddy’s Youngest Grandchild Will Be Leader -Stars Foretell Fate of Boston Born Roosevelt’]. Single four-columned cutting. [1 p.]
  • [Thompson, Catherine] [Table, handwritten, hand-signed on reverse by Catherine Thompson, and dated 1896, correlating various values][26]. Presented on a thick piece of stiff board with centrally placed brass clasp through blank upper margin leaving a hole allowing it to be hung up. [1 single-sided leaf]
  • [Thompson, Catherine Howard] [Card announcing talk “The Zodiac and the Decans” to be held daily at B. F. Keith’s Bijou Theatre, 545 Washington Street, Boston, Mass., Monday, September 2nd – Sunday, September 8th (year unspecified)]
  • [Thurmann (?), German Chargé d’Affaires] [Typed letter to Catherine Thompson, sent from Washington, D.C., August 3rd, 1922, concerning the time of the abdication of the former German Emperor on November 28th, 1918]. Twice-folded single-sided sheet
  • Ward, Dorothy S.[27] [Postcard sent to Mrs. Thompson, dated May 14, 1921, postmarked New Haven, same month, informing her of the birth of quadruplets, whose birth times are given separately].
  • [Walsh, David J.] [Letter, typed, original, from David J. Walsh, on paper headed “The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Executive Chamber, State House, Boston”, dated October 5, 1914, to Catherine Thomspon]. [1 p.]
  • [Zariel, Magi] [Certificate, blind-stamped, original, from The National Astrological Society of the United States (Incorporated), certifying the admission of an Evangeline Robinson as a member, signed by Magi Syfa D. A. and Magi Zariel D. A., September 7, 1931]. [1 leaf]

Thompson, Doris V. ‘Chart Rectification’ American Federation of Astrologers, Inc., Tempe, Arizona, 1978

Thompson, Doris V. ‘Cosmic Cues and Helpful Hints for Horoscopes’ American Federation of Astrologers, Inc., Tempe, Arizona, 1976

 

[0] The first English edition, revised from the original Dutch edition of 1911, which was notable for being the approximately joint-second of four known books to have predicted not only the discovery of Pluto but also its name, following that of Fomalhaut (1897), contemporaneous with that of Isabelle Pagan (1911), and before that of Sepharial (“The Science of Foreknowledge”, 1918)

[1] Library records give 1928

[2] COPAC gives 1929

[3] DNB gives 1951. However, this copy is bound in covers bearing advertisements for numbers up to Nr. 40 in the series, suggesting a slightly later date to the binding if not also the printing

[4] i.e. Thilo, q. v. above

[5] DNB gives 1952. The advertising in the back of this copy extends to Nr. 40 in the series, suggesting a slightly later date to the binding if not also the printing

[6] i.e. Thilo, q. v. above

[7] DNB records give 1952 for the original printing. In this copy, the advertising on the inside of the rear cover runs to Nr. 46 in the series, showing it to have been at least bound, and perhaps also printed, a few years later

[8] A complete copy should run to p. 47 according to the DNB. There are some visible stubs at the end of this copy from where some leaves have been removed

[9] After the first edition of 1971

[10] After the first edition of 1967: “reprinted lithographically… from corrected sheets of the first edition”

[11] Former Professor of Modern History at St. John’s College, Oxford

[12] After the first edition of 1971

[13] A facsimile reprint, issued early-mid 2000s, of an unspecified early edition of the work above – apparently not the original edition in view of the added list of illustrations spanning pp. xvii-xix in the source copy for this reprint, lacking from the original edition shown above

[14] Pp. 122-4 have been presented in the wrong order in this copy of the Ballantrae Reprint edition, but no text is missing

[14a] The Lusitania disaster occurred on May 7th shortly after 2 p.m.. It was not possible for post sent from Boston, Mass. to reach Los Angeles the following day in 1915, so the authenticity of Catherine Thompson’s dating of her letter is beyond doubt.

[15] The astrological journal edited by Mrs. Thompson at the turn of the 20th century. This collection holds two issues only, q. v. in the English-language periodicals section

[16] Suspected of being the same Eleanor Herne who contributes one of the other pieces from this collection, q. v. below

[17] The letter is typed on letter-paper headed with the insignia of Oxford Courts Apartments, presumed residences whose address is given as Oxford Courts, 5 Arlington Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts. A further printed note at the top of the paper reads: “Harry A. Gilbert Management”

[17a] The title page includes the original publication details of the printed book thus: Printed for William Cooper at the Pelican in Little Britain, London, 1683

[17b] An actress with a theatre company called the Majestic Players. In this letter, she identifies herself as a client of Mrs. Thompson, and offers some birth data she thinks might be useful in the taught classes of the latter

[17c] A separate stamp to the reverse of the title page is marked April 16, 1915

[17d] The document is unfinished, including calendar entries for January and February and Sun sign portraits for Capricorn and Aquarius, then ending after the calendar entry for March but without the Sun sign portrait for Pisces, which presumably should have come next

[17e] This cosmologically slanted interpretation of the Book of Genesis unfortunately appears incomplete, the end of the tenth place being part-way through a sentence

[18] This source according to Mrs. Thompson’s hand-pencilled annotation to the upper margin. The article is brief, and friviolous compared with the other materials in this gathering, but features a low-resolution monochrome photograph of the author

[18a] These are lists of the titles and dates of her past-published articles from December 1913 to February 1916, plus one in October 1912

[19] A draft, with some hand-pencilled corrections and additions by Mrs. Thompson

[20] This document has been completed by the author with hand-inked planetary glyphs in the places left blank for them

[20a] This article recounts how Mrs. Thompson read a nativity for a student’s cat and correctly predicted its coming death

[21] Mrs. Thompson has hand-dated the lecture to May 1903

[22] With the author’s hand corrections, including correcting her own middle name to Victoria. The content appears at least partly distinctive from the printed lecture of the same name listed above

[22a] This essay relates to events to date in the First World War

[23] A finely hand-inked chart showing the degrees of each sign that are governed by different planets according to the traditional essential dignity of the Terms of the Planets

[24] A draft, peppered with the author’s hand-inked corrections

[25] The wife of President Calvin Coolidge. The chart data is said to have been supplied by the subject’s mother, Mrs. Louisa A Goodhue of 21, Massasoit St., Northampton, Mass.. Mrs. Thompson’s marginal notes give the time of President Coolidge’s onset of fatal illness and death.

[26] The table is not fully labelled, but takes the form of an x-y grid with cells filled with numbers. Down the y axis are rows numbered 1 to 23 inclusive, and across the x-axis, apparent times at 30 minute intervals from 12.0 to 15.30 D. M., in eight columns. The cells are filled with numbers ranging from 0.30 to 14.38, seeming to be times. Two separate columns are labelled “Sun, Venus 59” and “or Mercury 60′”. The cells corresponding to these columns contain values ranging from 2.27 to 57. The hanging hole would suggest that this table was some kind of an aid to chart calculation

[27] Describes herself as an R. N. (Registered Nurse) and as ‘Visiting Nurse Ass’n. 35 Elm St.’. It is not immediately apparent whose children are being referred to

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