Bibliography of Astrology Page 33, Cavalry – Chamber

Cavalry Officer, A[1] ‘Astrology As It Is, Not As It Has Been Represented. A Compendium, with Concise Rules and Instructions, By Which Any Person May Cast His Nativity, And So Ascertain Whether Astrology Is Or Is Not Entitled to a Fair Consideration. With a Prefatory Address and Introduction. Also a View of the History of Astrology, Showing the Evidences of its Recognition as a Science, From Primeval Ages Up to the Present Time’ H. Baillière, 219, Regent Street, London, and 290, Broadway, New York, 1856. This copy signed to ffep by the author in dedication to Thomas Sparkes (Raphael VI). Cloth (somewhat worn down front hinge and at extremities of spine). [3] + [pp. v-xiv] + 252 pp

Caves, Wade – see under Lilly, William, below

Cavocchioli, Sonia, ed.; intr. Basile, Paola and Battistini, Maria Giovanna ‘Il Gioco delle Sorti: Miti, Astri e Figurine – Modena, Museo della Figurina, Palazzo Santa Margherita, 17 settembre 2010 – 20 febbraio 2011[2]’ Franco Cosimo Panini Editore, Via Giardini, 474/D – Direzionale 70, 41124 Modena, 2010. Card wrappers (occasional slight edgewear). Contents printed on slightly glossy paper throughout. Many colour illustrations. [6] + 37 + [2] + [pp. 40-8] + [3] + [pp. 52-61] + [2] + [pp. 64-5] + [2] + [pp. 68-71] + [2] + [pp. 74-7] + [2] + [pp. 80-91] + [2] + [pp. 94-104] + [3] + [pp. 108-111] + [2] + [pp. 114-5] + [4] + [pp. 120-4] + [5] + [pp. 130-6] + [7] + [pp. 144-7] + [6] + [imprimatur]

Ceaglio, Gina ‘Creative Astrology: a Manual for Astrology One’ (inner title) / ‘Creative Astrology for Beginners: How to Erect an Accurate Horoscope Chart; Basic Meanings of Signs, Planets, Houses; Preliminary Holistic Analysis’ (cover imprint) – Revised Edition – Academy of Astrological Studies, 4349 Home Avenue, San Diego, California (title page imprint) / Corigi Enterprises, San Diego, Ca. (copyright page imprint)[3], 1975[4]. Large-format outwardly textured card covers. Staplebound pamphlet. [Front cover backed with sepia-tinted illustrations] + [5] + 13 + [1 leaf] + [pp. 18-47] + [rear cover backed with sepia-tinted portrait and sepia text]

Cellarius, Andreas; intr. / ed. van Gent, Robert H.[5]; dir.[6] Taschen, Benedikt ‘Atlas Coelestis; seu Harmonia Macrocosmica’ (first title page) / ‘Harmonia Macrocosmica of 1660: The Finest Atlas of the Heavens – Der Prächtigste Himmelsatlas – L’Atlas Céleste Le Plus Admirable – Based on the copy in the[7] Universiteitsbibliotheek Amsterdam[8]‘  (inner title page) – Taschen GmbH, Hohenzollernring 53, Köln, 2006[9]. Very-large-format[10] gilt-printed quarter faux-velvet with pictorial paper-covered boards, in publisher’s original printed cardboard box. Main text in triple columns. [1] + [colour frontis.] + [1] + [colour plate] + [1] + [pp. 6-24] + [4 pages of colour plates] + [p. 29] + [double-page colour plate] + [p. 32] + [2 pages of colour plates] + [p. 35] + [double-page colour plate] + [p. 38] + [2 pages of colour plates] + [p. 41] + [double-page colour plate] + [p. 44] + [2 pages of colour plates] + [p. 47] + [double-page colour plate] + [colour plate] + [p. 51] + [colour plate] + [p. 53] + [double-page colour plate] + [colour plate] + [p. 57] + [colour plate] + [p. 59] + [double-page colour plate] + [p. 62] + [2 pages of colour plates] + [p. 65] + [double-page colour plate] + [p. 68] + [2 pages of colour plates] + [p. 71] + [double-page colour plate] + [p. 74]  + [2 pages of colour plates] + [p. 77] + [double-page colour plate] + [p. 80] + [2 pages of colour plates] + [p. 83] + [double-page colour plate] + [colour plate] + [p. 87] + [colour plate] + [p. 89] + [double-page colour plate] + [colour plate] + [p. 93] + [colour plate] + [p. 93] + [double-page colour plate] + [colour plate] + [p. 99] + [colour plate] + [p. 101] + [double-page colour plate] + [colour plate] + [p. 105] + [colour plate] + [p. 107] + [double-page colour plate] + [p. 110] + [2 pages of colour plates] + [p. 113] + [double-page colour plate] + [p. 116] + [2 pages of colour plates] + [p. 119] + [double-page colour plate] + [colour plate] + [p. 123] + [colour plate] + [p. 125] + [2 pages of colour plates] + [colour plate] + [p. 129] + [colour plate] + [p. 131] + [double-page colour plate] + [colour plate] + [p.135] + [colour plate] + [p. 137] + [double-page colour plate] + [colour plate] + [p. 141] + [colour plate] + [p. 143] + [double-page colour plate] + [colour plate] + [p. 147] + [colour plate] + [p. 149] + [double-page colour plate] + [colour plate] + [p. 153] + [colour plate] + [p. 155] + [double-page colour plate] + [colour plate] + [p. 159] + [colour plate] + [p. 161] + [double-page colour plate] + [p. 164] + [2 pages of colour plates] + [p. 167] + [double-page colour plate] + [colour plate] + [p. 171] + [colour plate] + [p. 173] + [double-page colour plate] + [colour plate] + [p. 177] + [colour plate] + [p. 179] + [double-page colour plate] + [colour plate] + [p. 183] + [colour plate] + [p. 185] + [double-page colour plate] + [colour plate] + [p. 189] + [colour plate] + [p. 191] + [double-page colour plate] + [p. 194] + [2 pages of colour plates] + [p. 197] + [double-page colour plate] + [p. 199] + [colour plate] + [double-page colour plate] + [colour plate] + [pp. 205-219] + [colour plate] + [pp. 221-3] + [double-page colour plate] + [p. 226] + [colour plate] + [pp. 228-235] + [double-page colour plate] + [colour plate] + [pp. 239-240]

Censorini; ed. Lindenbrogii, Henrici ‘Liber de Die Natali cum perpetuo Commentario Henrici Lindenbrogii, Nec Non Notarum Spicilegio Collecto ex Scaligeri, Meursii, Salmasii, Barthii, Aliorumque Scriptis ut et C. Lucilii, Satyrarum quae supersunt Reliquiae Cum notis & animadversionibus Franc. Jan. F. Douzae, Ex recensione Sigeberti Havercampi, Cum indicibus locupletissimis’ Apud S. et J. Luchtmans, Academiae Typographpos, Lugduni Batavorum, 1767. Leather (worn at some outer corners of boards). [1 leaf] + [33] + 36 + [folding illustration] + [pp. 37-62] + [folding diagram] + [pp. 63-79] + [p. 88 (1)] + [pp. 81-152 (1)] + [p. 152 (2) – p. 152 (17)] + [1 leaf] + [6] + [pp. 161-397] + [p. 378 (2)] + [pp. 399-448] + [31]

Censorinus; ed. Salmann, N. ‘[Akademie der Wissenschaften der DDR, Zentralinstitut für alte Geschichte und Archäologie – Bibliotheca Scriptorum Graecorum et Romanorum Teubneriana[11]:] Censorini De Die Natali Liber, ad Q. Caerellium. Accedit Anonymi Cuiusdam Epitoma Disciplinarum (Fragmentum Censorini)[12]’ BSB B. G. Teubner Verlagsgesellschaft, Leipzig, 1983. Cloth. [3] + [pp. v-xxxviii] + 106 + [2 pages of monochrome plates]

Censorinus; tr. Parker, Holt N.[13] ‘The Birthday Book[14]’ The University of Chicago Press,Chicago / The University of Chicago Press Ltd., London, 2007. Cloth in dj. [1 leaf] + [2] + [1 leaf] + [2] + [pp. ix-xiv] + 57 + [pp. 59-102]

Centre International d’Astrologie[15] ‘La Précession des Équinoxes et l’Astrologie [: Documents No. 1]’ Éditions Traditionnelles, 11, Quai Saint-Michel, Paris-5e, Octobre 1972. Original thin card covers (rear cover heavily stained with white correction fluid). Former owner’s small red-inked marks to pp. 3, 4 and 8, blue-inked note to p. 7, and blue-inked underlining to p. 9. Staplebound pamphlet. 32pp

Centre International d’Astrologie, Section Psychologique du[16] ‘Typologie Astrologique: Jupiter & Saturne’ Andre Barbault, 77 rue Mouffetard, Paris (5ème), undated[17]. 2-panel fold-out illustration “Les Aspects de Saturne” laid in loose. Original card covers (endpapers partly glued down to insides of covers). Contents printed in typescript throughout. (Title leaf only weakly attached to binding at centre; binding of pp. 3-12 lacking at top approx. 2cm but otherwise firm). Pp. 45-8; 59-60; 103-4; 173-4; 177-8; and 183-[6] detached but present. Authors’ names underlined in red pencil to pp. [18]; 44; 51; 96; 99; 154; 165; 173; 183; [184].) [pp. 3-7] + [pp. 9-12] + [2 pages of diagrams] + [pp. 13-17] + [1] + [pp. 19-20] + [3-panel fold-out illustration] + [pp. 21-4] + [2-panel fold-out illustration] +  [pp. 25-6] + [2-panel fold-out illustration] +  [pp. 27-34] + [illustration] + [pp. 35-183] + [2]

“Centre International d’Astrologie”, Section Psychologique du[18] ‘Soleil & Lune en Astrologie’ André Barbault, 77, Rue Mouffetard, Paris – 5e[19], 1953. Original paper covers (2 cm tear to outer edge of front cover; light separation to extremities of front hinge; piece of yellow tape over lower part of spine). (All gatherings of pages from p. 9 to end of volume still unopened at top edges; many at outer edges.) [3] + [pp. 7-11] + [pp. 13-39] + [pp. 41-139] + [pp. 141-5] + [pp. 147-177] + [pp. 179-183] + [pp. 185-9] + [pp. 191-3] + [pp. 195-209] + [pp. 211-7] + [pp. 219-245] + [pp. 247-259] + [pp. 261-271] + [pp. 273-5] + [1] + [1] + [Imprimatur]

Centre International d’Astrologie – see also under Barbault, André; and Carteret, Jean, above

Cers, Alfons, AFA ‘New Horizon Astrology – Uranian Astrology – Part 1 – Simplified and Easy to Follow New Method for Self Instruction (Halfsums and Planetary Pictures) – Contains Assignments and Solutions Specially Arranged for Beginners – Introduction and Interpretation of a Natal Chart’ Alfons Cers, 3421 W. Vliet Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1972. Edition stated limited to 300 copies. Large format card covers. Plastic spine. Bound by sub-surface staples through inner margins.  Contents printed in typescript throughout. [2] + [pp. 3-46]

Cers, Alfons, AFA ‘New Horizon Astrology Part 2  – Uranian Astrology – Simplified and Easy to Follow New Method for Self Instruction (Halfsums and Planetary Pictures) – Contains Assignments and Solutions Specially Arranged for Beginners – Natal Chart Calculations[;] Directions[;] Transits[;] Investigations[;] Interpretations[;] Determinations’ Alfons Cers, 3421 W. Vliet Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1973. Edition stated limited to 300 copies. Large format card covers (2-inch tear to bottom edge of front cover). Plastic spine. Bound by sub-surface staples through inner margins.  Contents printed in typescript throughout. 45pp

Chabás, José, University Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain; and Goldstein, Bernard R., University of Pittsburgh, U.S.A. ‘[Archimedes: New Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology[20], Volume 8:] The Alfonsine tables of Toledo[21]’ Kluwer Academic Publishers, 3300 AA Dordrecht, 2003. Paper-covered boards (light wear to extremities of spine hinges and most outer corners of boards). [4] + [1 leaf] + [p. vii] + [p. ix] + [pp. xi-xiii] + 133 + [pp. 135-241] + [pp. 243-321] + [pp. 323-7] + [pp. 329-331] + [pp. 333-341]

Chadbourne, Arthyr W. ‘Ancient Whispers from Chaldea: Making Babylonian Astrology Work For You’ First Edition – IntelliGenesis Publications, Seal Beach, CA 97040, 1999. Card covers (residue of former bookseller’s barcode adhered to rear cover). [1 leaf] + [7] + [2] + [pp. a-n] + 510 + [3 leaves of order forms]

Chadwick, L., 27 Pine Street, Chicago, Illinois, U. S. A. ‘The Cultivator’s Hand Book on Universal or Planetary Law of the Planets, Sun, Moon and Signs. What It Is. How It Operates. How It Affects Nations, The Animal and Vegetable Kingdom, and Especially How It Affects Man[21a]‘ R. R. Donnelley & Sons Co., Printers, Chicago, 1895. Original gilt-stamped cloth (gilt partly faded; moderate wear to top of spine; wear to lower outer corners of boards and upper outer corner of front board; staining and some damp-mottling to boards). (Upper two-thirds of ffep separated down inner margin; but remainder still holding; top inch of following leaf torn at inner margin). [3] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 7-110] + [2 pages of advertisements]

Chakravarthy, Sothida, Jyotihish Siromani ‘Ruling Planets & Krishnamurti Padhdhati’ Fifth Edition – Krishnamurti Publications, Chennai, 2005

Chalford, Ginger ‘Inner Personalities of the Birth Chart’ American Federation of Astrologers, Inc., Tempe, Arizona, 1982

Chalford, Ginger ‘Pluto, Planet of Magic and Power’ American Federation of Astrologers, Inc., Tempe, Arizona, 1984

Chamber, John ‘[The English Experience: Its Record in Early Printed Books Published in Facsimile, Number 860:] A Treatise Against Iudiciall Astrologie[,] 2 Parts – London, 1601’ Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, Ltd., Keizersgracht 526, Amsterdam / Walter J. Johnson, Inc., 355 Chestnut Street, Norwood, New Jersey, 1977[22]. Cloth. [3] + [1 leaf] + [14] + 12 + [p. 5 (2)] + [pp. 14-54 (1)] + [pp. 53 (2) – 96[23]] + [pp. 99-114[24]] + [pp. 117 (1)-126 (1)]+ [pp. 115[25]-130] + [p. 133 (1)] + [pp. 132-133 (2)] + [p. 132 (2)] + [1] + [2] + 41

 

[1] Pseud. of a Colonel Clements, according to contemporaneous astrological historian Bredett C. Murray, writing in “A atalogue of rare and curious books relating to judicial astrology” (1878) and “The Sphinx”, December 1899

[2] Appears to be an art exhibition guidebook serving the exhibition described. The exhibition would seem to have been organised or sponsored by the Comune di Modena Assessorato alla Cultura and the Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Modena. The first 29 main pages are an annotated essay by Cavocchioli; the remainder of the book is given over to labelled colour reproductions of artwork

[3] Additionally, a third variant publishing credit appears in the form of an added stamp to the bottom margin of the copyright page: “Academy of Astrological Studies, Century Suite 313, 3443 Camino del Rio South, San Diego, California”. This is presumed to be the latest of the three, although why two quite separate ones were printed in the same edition previously is not clear, but perhaps one was only valid for the original 1970 edition and was inadverently retained for the 1975 printing before itself also becoming outdated while unsold stocks of that printing remained

[4] The copyright date of the original edition is given as 1970

[5] Described as a “collaborator on the Explokart Research Program for the History of Cartography at the University of Utrecht’s Faculty of Geosciences”. He holds a Ph. D. in Astronomy

[6] “Directed and produced by…”

[7] These six words are also then given in German and French before the sentence is finished

[8] This volume is based around a facsimile of the original printed edition of 1660, but with considerable artistic licence applied in the selective enlargement and replication of parts of the main leaves in addition to their being presented as a whole, and with extensive interwoven commentary successively presented in English, German and French. It app

[9] There appears also to have been a later slightly reduced-format reprint in 2012; but this is the original Taschen edition, which seems to have been printed in the thousands of copies

[10] Elephant folio-sized, too large to fit in any bookcase. Must be lain flat in its box

[11] A very long-running series of critical editions of ancient Greek and Latin texts, edited at this time by Günther Christian Hansen

[12] A critical edition of the ancient Latin text of Censorinus’s treatise on the natal day, together with fragments of his other writings

[13] Professor of Classics at the University of Cincinnnati

[14] A scholarly English translation of Censorinus’s treatise on the natal day, with a deceptively populist title. Translated from the Teubner critical edition of Salmann, q. v. above, with further reference to Salmann’s own separately published German translation of 1988 as “Betrachtungen zum Tag der Geburt” (published by VCH, Weinheim)

[15] The author of this publication is not personally credited, and it might be a collective effort or might be the work of just one of the leaders of the organisation such as for example André Barbault, but kept anonymous in the interest of a collectively identified combined literary output for the Centre International d’Astrologie

[16] Some of the individual chapters of this work are signed by their respective authors: Guy Fradin; Maurice Muntzinger; [“d’après”] Jean Carteret; Docteur Henri Hunwald; Docteur Pierre Mabille, Professeur à l’École d’Anthropologie; Armand Barbault; Gustave-Lambert Brahy; Claire Santaogistini; Henri Fortin; and Pierre Roulland. The remainder is unsigned; but the title page additionally credits as contributors André Barbault; Guy de Beaumont; Paul Colombet; Marie-Louise Guesny; Louis Millat; W. Perret-Gentil; and Edouard Symours

[17] The CCFr does not offer a date for this volume; but the verso of the title page indicates that the volume on the Sun and Moon is yet to appear at the time of publication, while that on Uranus and Neptune has already been published. That limits the possible rate of dates for this volume to the period 1950-1953. On André Barbault’s website, 1953 is specifically nominated

[18] A list of contributing authors features at the foot of the title page and front cover: ‘André Barbault – Armand Barbault [-] Gustave-Lambert Brahy – Henri Fortin [-] Guy Fradin – A.-M. Grimm – Dr Henri Hunwald [-] Roger Knabe – Wilhelm Knappich – Henri Labbé [-] Jean-Pierre Nicola – Maurice Munzinger [-] Georges Moinard-la-Villedieu – D. Rudhyar [-] Alexander Ruperti – Edouard Symours [-] Léo Simha – Zoë Wassilko-Serecki’

[19] A previous owner has attempted to update this in red ink to ‘112, rue de la Tombe-Issoire’

[20] A series of publications edited by Jed Z. Buchwald, Professor of History, California Institute of Technology, together with an advisory board of sixteen, including Anthony Grafton, William Newman and Noel Swerdlow

[21] The main part of this volume (pp. 9-94) is an edition of the medieval Castilian text explaining the use of the Alfonsine tables, transcribed into modern type from Madrid Biblioteca National MS 3306. A glossary, an astronomical commentary, and historical discussions follow

[21a] A wide-ranging set of broadly philosophical essays, some with astrological content

[22] A monochrome facsimile reprint of the original edition Printed at London by John Harison at the sign of the Grey-hound in Pater-noster Rowe, 1601. The full original title on the internal facsimile title page reads: “A Treatise Against Iudicial Astrologie. Dedicated to the right Honorable Sir Thomas Egerton Knight, Lord Keeper of the great Seale, and one of her Maiesties most honorable privie Councell. Written by John Chamber, one of the Prebendaries of her Maiesties free Chappell of Windsor, and Fellow of Eaton College”. For the response to this treatise by Sir Christopher Heydon, also in this series, see under Heydon, Christopher, below

[23] The text between pp. 96 and 99 is continuous; the error is in the pagination

[24] The text between pp. 114 and 117 is continuous; the error is in the pagination

[25] P. 115 begins with an incongruous repeat of the short first paragraph on page 117 (1), then continues with the start of the new chapter that should follow the chapter ended on p. 126 (1). All the content to follow is new

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