Bibliography of Astrology Page 4, Al-Nadim – Allen

Al-Nadim; ed. / tr. Dodge, Bayard[1] ‘[Records of Civilization: Sources and Studies[2], Number LXXXIII:] The Fihrist of al-Nadim[3]: a Tenth-Century Survey of Muslim Culture – Volume I’ [Second printing] – Columbia University Press, New York, copyrighted 1970[4]. Cloth (light wear to top cm of front hinge and outer corners of front board). [1 leaf] + [2] + [1 leaf] + [pp. vii-viii] + [1 leaf] + [pp. xi-xxxiv] + [1 leaf] + 570

Al-Nadim; ed. / tr. Dodge, Bayard ‘[Records of Civilization: Sources and Studies, Number LXXXIII:] The Fihrist of al-Nadim:  a Tenth-Century Survey of Muslim Culture – Volume II[5]‘ [Second Printing] – Columbia University Press, New York, copyrighted 1970. Cloth. [1 leaf] + [2] + [2 leaves] + [pp. 571-903] + [pp. 905-927] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 931-1135] + [pp. 1137-1149]

Al-Qabisi (Alcabitius); ed. / tr. Burnett, Charles, Yamamoto, Keiji, and Yano, Michio ‘[Warburg Institute Studies and Texts 2:] The Introduction to Astrology: Editions of the Arabic and Latin Texts and an English Translation’ Warburg Institute, School of Advanced Study, Woburn Square, London WC1H 0AB / Nino Aragno Editore, Via Bertholet 10/G, 10100 Torino, 2004. Card covers. [Front cover backed with advertisements] + [4] + [pp. v-viii] + 369 + [pp. 371-515] + [rear cover backed with advertisements]

Al-Qabisi – see also under Dykes, Benjamin; and Lorenz, Dona Marie, below

Al-Rijal – see under Aben Ragel, above; and Dykes, Benjamin, below

Albano, Giacomo ‘Financial Astrology: How to Predict the Performance of Financial Markets Using Classical Astrology’ Self-Published / Lulu.com, no place stated, 2011

Albert, Dr. O., ed. ‘Seni-Horoskop, mit 36 Karten’ 40.-44. Auflage – Bruno Wilkens Verlag, Hannover, 1960. Cloth. 80pp. With 36 cards in cloth back pocket, as issued

Albini, Andrea ‘L’Autumno dell’Astrologia: Il decline scientific del discorso sulle stele da Copernico ai nostril giorni’ Odradek Edizioni s. r. l., Roma, 2010

Albini, Andrea ‘[StoricaMente[6] 8:] Oroscopi e Cannochiali: Galileo, gli astrologi e la luova scienza’ Prima edizione – Avverbi Edizioni, Via IV Novembre, 42, 00046 Grottaferrata (Rm), novembre 2008. Card covers (light wear to top of rear hinge and tips of outer corners of covers). [4] + [2] + [pp. 9-99] + [pp. 101-197] + [pp. 199-227] + [pp. 229-233] + [pp. 235-7] + [pp. 239-247] + [pp. 249-255] + [imprimatur]

Albubater; tr. Santos, Demetrio ‘Sobre las Natividades’ Edicomunicacion, S. A., Barcelona, 1986

Alcover, Jaume Vidal, ed.; intr. Capmany, Maria Aurèlia; Epíleg de De Montaner, P. ’Llibre dels Planetes i dels Signes: Un tractat d’astrologia mallorquí del segle XVI[7]’ Ajuntament de Palma, Barcelona, 1991. Very large-format cloth in publisher’s cloth-lined slipcase (light edgewear to title label thereon; light wear to some extremities of cloth) internally lined with constellational colour illustration prints. Endpapers printed with same colour illustration. Contents printed on glossy paper throughout. [5] + [pp. vii-ix] + [2 leaves] + [pp. 3-52] + [colour plate] + [pp. 54-5] + [2 pages of colour plates] + [pp. 58-9] + [2 pages of colour plates] + [pp. 62-5] + [2 pages of colour plates] + [p. 68] + [colour plate] + [p. 70] + [colour plate] + [p. 72] + [colour plate] + [p. 74] + [colour plate] + [pp. 76-84] + [colour plate] + [p. 86] + [colour plate] + [pp. 88-116] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 119-122] + [1 leaf] + [p. 125] + [imprimatur]

Aldrich, Elizabeth ‘The Daily Use of the Ephemeris’ Macoy Publishing & Masonic Supply Co., New York, 1930. Cloth (moderate wear to extremities of spine; light wear to outer corners of boards). [1 leaf] + [3] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 9-17] + [2 pages of tables] + [pp. 20-75] + [pp. 77-8]

Aldrich, Elizabeth ‘The Daily Use of the Ephemeris’ Completely Rewritten and Expanded – David McKay Company, Washington Square, Philadelphia, 1942. Original cloth (light wear to extremities of spine and outer corners of boards) in dj (light tearing to top of spine; 1 cm tears to top of front flap-fold and foot of rear flap-fold; short tear to bottom edge of rear cover). [1 leaf] + [2] + [1 leaf] + [p. 7] + [pp. 9-119] + [pp. 121-6]

Aldrich, Elizabeth ‘The Degrees of the Zodiac Analyzed: a complete survey of each degree of the zodiac: Part I – Aries’ [Self-Published], 152 West 57 Street, New York, N. Y., 1939. Cloth covers around original paper front cover. Bound by purple plastic comb threaded through inner margins. Printed in typescript throughout. [2 single-sided leaves] + [single-sided leaf 2] + [3 single-sided leaves] + [single-sided leaves 6-18]

Aldrich, Elizabeth ‘The Degrees of the Zodiac Analyzed: a complete survey of each degree of the zodiac: Part II – Taurus’ [Self-Published], 152 West 57 Street, New York, N. Y., 1939. Paper covers. Bound by white plastic comb (split at spine in one place) threaded through holes in inner margins (uppermost holes of first leaves broken). Printed in typescript throughout. [3 single-sided leaves] + [single-sided leaves 3-16]

Aldrich, Elizabeth ‘The Degrees of the Zodiac Analyzed: a complete survey of each degree of the zodiac: Part 3 – Gemini’ [Self-Published], 152 West 57 Street, New York, N. Y., 1939. Paper covers. Bound by white plastic comb (split at spine in three places) threaded through holes in inner margins (uppermost holes of first leaves broken). Printed in typescript throughout. [19 single-sided leaves]

Aldrich, Elizabeth ‘[Astrological Workshop Manual[7a] No. 1:] The Mechanics of Progression’ Aquarian Press, 144 W. 65th Street, New York, N. Y., 1926. This copy with notice of presentation by Golden Seal Research Headquarters to Chapel of Reflection Reference Library, dated 20 March, 1961, adhered to inside of rear cover. Signed by Thryza Escobar to dedication page. Original small-format thick card covers. (Inner paper hinge between title page and following dedication page split down most of length; needs repair.) [4] + [pp. 5-50] + [pp. 51-6 of advertisements]

Aldrich, Elizabeth ‘The Planet Neptune’ Macoy Publishing and Masonic Supply Company, New York, 1928. Two copies. Both copies: original small-format gilt-stamped vertically ribbed cloth. Copy A: (moderate wear to foot of spine; light wear to top of spine and lower outer corners of boards). Copy B: (wear to top of spine and lower outer corners of boards). Both copies: [1 leaf] + [Frontis.] + [2] + [2 leaves] + [p. ix] + [1 leaf] + 51

Alexander, C. ‘Alexander’s Book of Extensive Astrological Readings[8]‘ C. Alexander, 239 S. Oxford Ave., Los Angeles, 1922. Original pictorial paper covers (detached from textblock; heavy separation to upper and lower parts of spine, and a shorter central portion; surface wear to remainder of spine). [2 pages of advertisements] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 5-61] + [pp. 62-4 of advertisements] + [rear cover backed with advertisements]

Alexander, John ‘The Astrology Cycle’ IMP Books, Pyrford, Surrey, 1981

Alexander, Roy ‘The Astrology of Choice: a Counseling Approach’ Samuel Weiser Inc., York Beach, ME, 1983

Alexander, Roy ‘Chart Synthesis: Applied Interpretation in Natal Astrology’ The Aquarian Press, Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, 1984

Alexander, Roy ‘Meet Your Planets: Fun with Astrology’ Llewellyn Publications, St. Paul, Minnesota 1997

Alexander, Skye ‘Planets in Signs’ Whitford Press, Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., Atglen, PA, 1988

Alfonso X el Sabio; tr. d’Agostino, Alfonso ‘[Barrataria[9], 6:] Astromagia (Ms. Reg. lat. 1283a)[10]’ Prima Edizione Italiana – Liguori Editore, Sr;., Via Mezzocannone 19, 80134 Napoli, April 1992. Textured card covers (bookseller’s sticker adhered to rear cover). [1 leaf] + [2] + [p. 5] + [pp. 7-93] + [2 pages of illustrations] + [pp. 98-299] + [pp. 301-6] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 309-339 of illustrations] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 343-549] + [pp. 461-2] + [1 page of advertisements]

Alfonso el Sabio; ed. Diman, Roderic C. and Winget, Lynn W. ‘Lapidario[11] and Libro de las Formas & Ymagenes[12] [Spanish Series, 3]’ Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies, Ltd., Madison, 1980. Large-format gilt-printed cloth (some smallish stains to inner margin of front board; light wear to outer corners of boards). Main text in dual columns. [2] + xxix + [1 leaf] + [pp. 3-147] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 151-178] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 181-193] + [p. 195] + [pp. 197-201] + [imprimatur]

Alfonso il Saggio; tr. Dall’Igna, Luca Temolo; intr. Acampora, Enzo ‘[Cielo e Terra – collana diretta da Joe Fallisi:] Le Gemme e Gli Astri: Il Lapidario di Alfonso il Saggio’ Xenia Edizioni, Via Carducci 31, 20123 Milano, 1997. Card wrappers. [4] + [pp. v-xxxi] + 33 + [pp. 35-63] + [pp. 65-167] + [pp. 169-245] + [pp. 247-267] + [pp. 269-281] + [pp. 283-5] + [pp. 287-8]

Alfonso el Sabio; ed. Kasten, Lloyd A., Seminario de Estudios Medievales Españoles, Universidad de Wisconsin; and Kiddle, Lawrence B., Universidad de Michigan ‘Libro de Las Cruzes’ Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas, Instituto “Miguel de Cervantes”, Madrid – Madison, 1961. Original card covers. Main text content printed in dual columns throughout, but lengthy prefatory section in single columns. (Nearly all gatherings still unopened at top edges, and half at outer edges: need separating.) [1 leaf] + [2] + [pp. vii-x] + [2 leaves] + [pp. xv-xlviii] + 6 + [plate] + [pp. 7-86] + [plate] + [pp. 87-98] + [plate] + [pp. 99-160 + [plate] + [pp. 161-171] + [1 leaf] + [imprimatur]

Alfonso X de Castilla, el Rey D.; ed. Rico y Sinobas, Don Manuel, Individuo Numerario de la Real Academia de Ciencias Exactas, Físicas y Naturales, y Catedrático de la Facultad de Ciencias en la Universidad Central ’Libros del Saber de Astronomia del Rey D. Alfonso X. de Castilla, copilados, anotados y comentados – Tomo I[13]’ – Typografía de Don Eusebio Aguado, Impresor de Cámara de S. M. y de su Real Casa, Madrid, 1863. Exceptionally large-format[14] quarter-cloth (separation down whole length of rear hinge, with significant fraying to front hinge; chipping to foot of spine and top of front hinge) with paper-covered boards (heavy wear to corners and parts of edges; patches of marginal wear to surface of boards). [2 leaves] + [pp. iii-xvii] + [4] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 7-18] + [plate] + [pp.  19-20] + [plate] + [pp. 21-2] + [plate] + [pp. 23-4] + [plate] + [pp. 25-6] + [plate] + [pp. 27-8] + [plate] + [pp. 29-30] + [plate] + [pp. 31-2] + [plate] + [pp. 33-4] + [plate] + [pp. 35-6] + [plate] + [pp. 37-8] + [plate] + [pp. 39-40] + [plate] + [pp. 41-2] + [plate] + [pp. 43-4] + [plate] + [pp. 45-6] + [plate] + [pp. 47-8] + [plate] + [pp. 49-50] + [plate] + [pp. 51-2] + [plate] + [pp. 53-4] + [plate] + [pp. 55-6] + [plate] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 59-62] + [plate] + [pp. 63-4] + [plate] + [pp. 65-6] + [plate] + [pp. 67-8] + [plate] + [pp. 69-70] + [plate] + [pp. 71-2] + [plate] + [pp. 73-4] + [plate] + [pp. 75-6] + [plate] + [pp. 77-8] + [plate] + [pp. 79-80] + [plate] + [pp. 81-2] + [plate] + [pp. 83-4] + [plate] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 87-90] + [plate] + [pp. 91-2] + [plate] + [pp. 93-4] + [plate] + [pp. 95-6] + [plate] + [pp. 97-8] + [plate] + [pp. 99-100] + [plate] + [pp. 101-2] + [plate] + [pp. 103-4] + [plate] + [pp. 105-6] + [plate] + [pp. 107-8] + [plate] + [pp. 109-12] + [plate] + [pp. 113-4] + [plate] + [pp. 115-6] + [plate] + [pp. 117-8] + [plate] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 121-142] + [plate] + [pp. 143-5] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 149-150] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 153-208] + [1 leaf of diagrams] + [5] + [1]

Alfonso X – see also under Aben Ragel, above; and under Burns, Robert I.; Cardenas, Anthony John ; Chabas, José; Giuntini, Francisco; Martinez, H. Salvador; Martinez, Jesus Montoya; and Rodriguez, Ana Dominguez, below

Alistair, Wes ‘Timing is Everything: Astrology is the Key’ [Second Impression] – Trafford Publishing, Victoria, BC, Canada / Oxford, U.K., 2006

Allaei, Francisci, Arabis Christiani ‘Astrologiae Nova Methodus’ bound with (as issued) ‘Fatum Universi Observatum’ bound with (as issued) ‘Ad Illustrissimos Viros Amplissimi Senatus Armorici. In Librum de Fato Universi nuper editum’ [Second overall edition], no publisher or place stated, 1654. Leather (scuffed; hinges cracking at extremities of spine). Methodus: [1 leaf] + [2] + 4 + 12. Volvelle with five moving wheels and one fixed to main p. 2. Diagram with two fixed wheels, one centrally mounted above the other, to p. 8. Volvelle with one moving wheel and one fixed to p. 10. Fatum: [1 leaf] + [pp. 3-57]. Volvelle with one moving wheel and one fixed to p. 5. Volvelle with three moving wheels and one fixed to p. 40. Ad Illustrissimos: 26pp

Allan, Kathy ‘When Worlds Collide: Another Look at the Lunar Nodes’ Pollux Press, Fort Pierce, Florida, 2012

Allen, Don Cameron ‘The Star-Crossed Renaissance: the Quarrel about Astrology and its Influence in England’ Second Octagon Printing – Octagon Books, a division of Farrar, Strauss & Giroux, 19 Union Square West, New York, NY, 1973[15]. Cloth (light wear to extremities of spine hinges and outer corners of boards; adhesive residue of former library label to part of spine). (Former library barcode sticker and pocket to front paste-down, stamps to top, outer and lower edges of page block, and ‘Withdrawn’ stamps to front and rear free endpapers.) [1 leaf] + [2] + [pp. v-ix] + [p. xi] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 3-280]

Allen, Frank T. ‘Astrology and Socialism or the New Era: a Review and Forecast’ No Publisher Stated (presumed self-published), Brooklyn, N. Y.[16], 1902. Original paper covers (heavy tearing to spine; author’s later business address stamp to lower margin of front cover[17]). Staplebound pamphlet. [Front cover backed with author’s preface] + 23pp + [bound-in small 4-page pamphlet entitled ‘Birthday Key’] + [rear cover featuring 1 page of advertisements]

Allen, Garth[18]; intr. Clancy, Joanne S. ‘Taking the Kid Gloves off Astrology[19]‘ Clancy Publications, Inc., Tucson, Arizona, 1975[20]. Original lightly textured card covers. Staplebound pamphlet. [1 leaf] + [2] + 48

Allen, Garth – see also under Bradley, Donald, below

 

[1] At this time, President Emeritus of the American University of Beirut

[2] A series of publications edited “under the auspices of the Department of History, Columbia University”, by W. T. H. Jackson, Professor of German and History, since 1962 (the fourth holder of the position of General Editor since 1915)

[3] The original Arabic work is believed to have been composed between 987 and 990. The present volume is an English translation only, from “the most important manuscripts of the book”, of Chapters 1-6, with scholarly footnotes

[4] The date of the present printing is not expressly stated

[5] An English translation only of chapters 7-10, with scholarly footnotes, followed by a bibliography, glossary, and lengthy indices

[6] A series of publications directed by Sergio De Santis

[7] A retyped edition of the text from a 16th century astrological treatise said to be contained in a manuscript from the Capuchin monasery in Palma, Mallorca. Diagrams from the original manuscript have been reproduced in photographic facsimile

[7a] This volume was the first in a projected series of three volumes in this series, of which only the first and the third (‘The Daily Use of the Ephemeris’) are known to have been published. The second, slated for publication in January 1927, was to have been a sequel to the present volume entitled ‘The Interpretation of Progression’. I can find no library records or other online records testifying to its existence, and presume therefore that it never made it to print, at least until such time as it may be demonstrated otherwise

[8] A popularly marketed Sun sign primer; the typesetting is very dense, with as many as 69 lines per page, so a lot of material is crammed into the available space

[9] A collection of publications directed by Mario di Pinto and Laura Dolfi

[10] A compilation of six texts from the stated Alfonsine manuscript, preceded by a lengthy introduction (pp. 7-93). Each text is presented in what appears to be the original Castillian with facing modern Italian translation. The texts in order of appearance are: Seudo-Pitágoras Libro de Los Paranatellonta, is (pp. 98-127); Libro de los Decanos (pp. 128-135); Libro de la Luna (pp. 136-225); Seudo-Aristóteles Libro de las Imágenes de los Doce Signos (pp. 226-241); Libro de Marte (pp. 242-269); and Libro de Mercurio (pp. 270-299). Extensive Italian endnotes to the various texts complete the volume (pp. 354-459)

[11] A transcription of the text of the Escorial Library manuscript h-I-15, said to consist of 119 leaves. In the present edition it fills pp. 3-147

[12] A transcription of the text of the Escorial Library manuscript h-I.16, said to consist of fourteen leaves constituting an outline of a lost work. It fills pp. 151-178 of the present edition

[13] The first of a five-volume set of mid-19th-century editions by Don Manuel Rico y Sinobas of the text of a part of the Alfonsine corpus collectively referred to as the Libro del Saber de Astrologia (although in fact its concerns were broadly astronomical). The Libro is said to be divided into sixteen parts. The present volume contains the first two of these. The first part, entitled “Los .IIII. Libros de la Ochaua Espera. Et de sus .XLVIII. Figuras. Con Sus Estrellas”, spans pp. [5]-145 of this volume. It is an illustrated treatise on the constellations and fixed stars in four ‘books’, of which the first deals with the northern ones, the second with the zodiacal ones, the third with the southern ones; and the fourth with the ‘story’ of all of them. The many interleaved plates appear to be facsimiles of the original manuscript illustrations, and typically take the form of round diagrams with pictorial representations of a particular constellation in the middle, and text radiating outwardly from it to discuss the individual fixed stars within it. The second part of the overall Libro del Saber de Astrologia, entitled “Libro de la Faycon dell Espera. Et de sus Figuras. Et de sus Huebras”, spans pp. 153-208 and completes the volume, which begins with a lengthy introduction by Rico y Sinobas. The other four volumes are not presently held in this collection

[14] Elephant folio-sized, too large for any bookcase. Must be lain flat

[15] After the Octagon Books reprint of 1966. The original edition was published by The Duke University Press in 1941. A copy of the original edition purchased for this collection was lost in transit and never received.

[16] The author’s full address is given on the advertisement to the rear cover as ’23 St. Marks Place, Brooklyn, N. Y.’

[17] This reads ‘Frank Theodore Allen, Scientific Astrologer, 204 Dartmouth St., Boston’. The bound-in pamphlet bears the same address; and a note at the back of it announces the author’s relocation from New York to his present address, which is further identified as ‘the Banner of Light Building’.

[18] A pseudonym of Donald Bradley, adopted for his more popular writings such as his articles in American Astrology magazine

[19] Appears a compilation of eight articles by the author under this title that were serialised in past issues of “American Astrology” magazine. The original dual-columned print format of the magazine is retained, but the text has been reduced in size to fit the smaller format of this pamphlet

[20] Earlier copyright dates of 1955 and 1965 are given. These appear to represent the original printing dates of the component articles in this compilation

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