Bibliography of Astrology Page 72:
George, Llewellyn – Ghosh

George, Llewellyn ‘The Sky is the Limit! Explaining the Why and Wherefore of Astrology[;] Its Educational Values, Practical Application and Business Opportunities’ Stated Second Edition – Llewellyn Publications, Ltd., 8921 National Blvd., Los Angeles 34, (Palms), California, copyrighted 1941[1]. Original pictorial thin card covers (moderate wear to spine and down inner margin of front cover; light edgewear to front cover). [Front cover backed with illustration] + [1] + [pp. 2-91] + [ pages of advertisements] + [rear cover backed with advertisements]

George, Llewellyn, Principal of the Llewelyn College of Astrology; Editor of the monthly “Astrological Bulletina” Magazine ‘The Student’s Chart Reader’ Llewellyn Pub. Co., Portland, Oregon, undated[3]. Original paper covers. Bound by sub-surface staples through inner margins. [Front cover backed with advertisements] + [16] + [1 leaf of chart blanks] + 27 + [pp. 29-31] + [p. 31a] + [pp. 32-136] + [rear cover backed with advertisements]

George, Llewellyn, Principal of the Llewelyn College of Astrology; Editor of the monthly “Astrological Bulletina” Magazine ‘The Student’s Chart Reader’ (inner title) / ‘The Student’s Astrological Chart Reader’ (front cover) – Llewellyn Publishing Co., Portland, Oregon, unclearly dated[4]. Original paper covers (spoiled by brown tape pasted over all margins of both covers and entire length of spine; rear cover and final leaf  detached; first and last advertising pages torn at edges and glued down to covers). [Front cover backed with advertisements] + [16] + [1 leaf of chart blanks] + 27 + [pp. 29-31] + [p. 31a] + [pp. 32-136] + [9 pages of advertisements] + [1] + [rear cover backed with advertisements]

George, Llewellyn, Principal of the Llewellyn College of Astrology; Editor of the “Astrological Bulletina” magazine ‘The Student’s Chart Reader of Horoscope Indications’ Fifth Edition – Llewellyn George, Los Angeles, California, 1926[5]. Original card covers (1 cm separation to foot of front hinge, with allied cross-tear to spine). Bound by staples through inner margins. [11] + [pp. 68-202[6]] + [2] + [16 pages of advertisements]

George, Llewellyn, Principal of the Llewellyn College of Astrology; Editor of the “Astrological Bulletina” magazine ‘The Student’s Chart Reader of Horoscope Indications’ Sixth Edition – Llewellyn George, Los Angeles, California, 1927[7]. Original card covers (1.5 cm chip lost from top of spine, extending to upper inner corners of covers; 5mm chip lost from foot of spine; both outer corners of front cover, and lower outer corner of rear, also chipped; two shortish tears to bottom edge of rear cover). Bound by staples through inner margins. (Former owner’s occasional black-inked marginal ticks and other marks within.) [Front cover backed with diagram] + [2] + [pp. 3-179] + [13 visible pages of advertisements[8]]

George, Llewellyn ‘Student Chart Reader of Horoscope Indications’ Revised Seventh Edition – Llewellyn George, Los Angeles, California, 1934. Textured cloth (light wear to extremities of hinges and outer corners of boards). [3] + [pp. 4-316] + [1 page of advertisements]

For an early edition of the above, see under ‘Horoscope Indications’ above

George, Llewellyn ‘You and I and the Stars – The Zodiac: Its Influences; Your Possibilities – Lessons on what is indicated for you and for others by the 12 Celestial Signs – A Personal and Vocational Guide [-] The Vibratory Dynamics Of Life’s reactions to Solar Radiations as affecting character, health, psychic urges, mental tendencies, abilities, latent talent, personal magnetism, vocation, location, friends, unions, finances, etc. – Also an outline of the latest findings by various scientists confirming the Moon’s influence upon all life according to Astrology’ Llewellyn George, Los Angeles, California, 1930. Original card covers (5mm tear to foot of rear hinge). Bound by staples through inner margins. [Front cover backed with advertisements] + [2] + [pp. 3-55] + [9 pages of advertisements] + [rear cover featuring 2 pages of advertisements]

George, Llewellyn ‘Your Twelve Journeys with the Moon: Explaining the Zodiacal Cell-Food -Scientific Self-Treatment for Health – By the Use of Biochemistry and Astrology Combined’ Llewellyn George, Los Angeles, California, 1932. Original paper covers (chip lost from upper outer corner of front cover; some internal tearing to inner margin of same). Pamphlet comprising two gatherings of pages bound together by staples through inner margins. [Front cover backed with advertisements] + 1 + [pp. 4-42] + [pp. 43-8 of testimonials and advertisements] + [14 pages of advertisements] + [rear cover featuring 2 pages of advertisements]

George, Llewellyn, revised & expanded Clement, Stephanie Jean and Bytheriver, Marylee ‘Llewellyn’s New A to Z Horoscope Maker and Interpreter’ Fourteenth Edition, Revised – Llewellyn Publications, St. Paul, Minnesota, 2003

[George, Llewellyn] ‘Zodiacal Cell-Foods: Scientific Self Treatment for Health By the Use of Biochemistry and Astrology Combined’ [Llewellyn Publishing Co., 1507 S. Armore Ave., Los Angeles, California, undated[8a]. Original paper covers (holed to extremities and centre of spine). Bound by staples driven through inner margins. [6] + [4 pages of advertisements] + [6] + [28 pages of advertisements]

George, Llewellyn – see also under Linebaugh, Leo A., below

George, Ted ‘The Ages and the Truth’ Revised Edition – Arthur Publications, Jacksonville, Fl., 1978. Textured cloth (light wear to top of rear hinge). viii + [2] + [2 pages of diagrams] + [pp. 3-70] + [2 pages of illustrations] + [pp. 71-6] + [2 pages of illustrations] + [pp. 77-188] + [pp. 189-190 of advertisements]

George, Ted ‘The Lives You Live as Revealed in the Heavens: a History of Karmic Astrology and Pertinent Delineations’ Stated Second Printing – Arthur Publications, Jacksonville, Florida 32217, July 1977[9]. Textured cloth in dj (light tearing to top of spine; wear towards top of spine; moderate wear to extremities of flap-folds; light wear to spine hinges and parts of surface of flap-folds). (Former owner’s inked marginal notes to pp. 18-19; 27; 59; 62; 64; 66; 101; 103; underlining to p. 27 and 30; and marginal ticks, arrows and idle pen-marks to pp. 22; 27-8; 34; 41-3; 47-8; 64; 66; 75; 82; 84-5; 88; 97; 103; 111; and 169.) v + [p. vi] + 196

George, Ted ‘Uranus-Neptune-Pluto: the Spiritual Trinity: Their Aspects and Influence in the Signs and Houses’ Arthur Publications Inc., Jacksonville, Florida, 1980. Textured cloth (light wear to extremities of spine hinges and outer corners of boards). [viii] + 225 + [2 pages of advertisements]

George, Ted and Parker, Barbara ‘The Fixed Stars, Health and Behavior Imbalances: a Delineation of Planetary Positions on Fixed Star Degrees’ Arthur Publications Inc., Jacksonville, Florida, 1985. Textured cloth (moderate wear to extremities of spine hinges; light wear to lower outer corners of boards and upper outer corner of rear board; moderate wear to upper outer corner of front board). (Previous owner’s inked annotations to pp. iv-vi; and marginal bracket to p. 23.) [1] + [pp. ii-vii] + 171 + [pp. 173-9 of tables] + [2 pages of advertisements]

George, Ted and Parker, Barbara ‘Sinister Ladies of Mystery: the Dark Asteroids of Earth’ Revised Edition – Arthur Publications, Jacksonville, Florida, 1987. Textured cloth (light wear to extremities of spine hinges and outer corners of boards). [1] + [pp. ii-iv] + 91 + [52 pages of tables] + [3 pages of advertisements]

Gerhardt, Prof. Oswald ‘Der Stern des Messias: Das Geburts- und das Todesjahr Jesu Christi nach astronomischer Berechnung’ A. Deichertsche Verlagsbuchh. Dr. Werner Scholl, Leipzig / Erlangen, 1922. Custom half-cloth with gilt title to spine and textured paper-covered boards. (Former owner’s red circular marginal stickers to pp. 88-9.) [2] + [1 leaf] + [pp. v-vi] + 67 + [pp. 68-71 of tables] + [pp. 72-144]

Gerry, Ruth, MAFA ‘Where Does Your Moon Shine? A lecture given at Boston 1964 AFA Conference’ No publisher or place stated, undated in print[10]. No covers. Large-format single-sided leaves, bound by staples through inner margins. [Leaves 1-9]

Gerson-Lacroix, J. ‘Notes d’Expérience sur l’Influence des Planètes’ Éditions des Cahiers Astrologiques, 15, Rue Rouget-de-l’Isle, Nice, 1947. Original paper covers (two small insect pinholes through front cover, extending through inner and lower margins and out through rear cover without touching text). [2 leaves] + [pp. 5-117] + [2]

Gessmann, G. W. ‘[Occultistische Handbücher:] Kateschismus der Sterndeutekunst: das ist der Lehre aus den Gestirnkonstellationen Schlüsse auf irdische Vorgänge zu ziehen – Eine nach alten und neuen Quellen gemeinverständlich bearbeitete kulturgeschichtliche Studie’ Dritte durchgesehene und ergänzte Auflage – Mit 3 Abbildungen und 4 schematischen Tabellen – Verlag von Karl Siegismund, Berlin, 1917[11]. Original pictorial cloth (moderate wear to most extremities of spine hinges). (16-page signatures all disbound from each other and mostly from casing, though all present; needs professional repair). [3 leaves] + [6] + [pp. 13-168] + [8 pages of advertisements]

Geßmann, G. W. ‘[Wissenschaftliche Volksbibliothek Nr. 62:] Die Sternenwelt und ihre mythologische Deutung’ Verlag von Siegbert Schnupfeil, Leipzig, undated[12]. Original small-format paper covers (5mm chip lost from top of spine). (Some pages unopened at tops; some penciled underlining and notes on others.)  Contents printed in gothic script throughout. [Front cover backed with advertisements] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 3-72] + [rear cover featuring 2 pages of advertisements]

Gestas, Catherine et Barbault, Martine ‘La Mémoire Ancestrale en Astrologie: Approche de l’Astro-Psycho-Généaologie’ Éditions du Rocher, Lonrai, 2006

Gestas, Catherine – see also under Congrès Astrologiques Sep Hermes, above

Gettings, Fred ‘The Arkana Dictionary of Astrology’ Revised Edition – Arkana, the Penguin Group, London WC2R, 1990

Gettings, Fred ‘The Book of the Zodiac: an Historical Anthology of Astrology’ Triune Press, London, England, 1972. Cloth in dj. 143pp

Gettings, Fred ‘The Secret Zodiac: the Hidden Art in Mediaeval Astrology’ Routledge & Kegan Paul Ltd., 11 New Fetter Lane, London EC4P / Routledge & Kegan Paul Inc. in association with Methuen Inc., 29 West 35th Street, New York, NY 10001, 1987. Cloth (moderate wear to extremities of spine; light wear to outer corners of boards) in dj (4mm tear to foot of rear flap-fold; light edgewear to top edges of spine and covers). [4] + [1 leaf] + [pp. vii-xix] + [1] + 169 + [pp. 171-194]

Geyer, Johann Georg ‘Der Himmelsspiegel: Neue Wege zur Selbsterkenntnis des Lebens aus den Einflüssen der Gestirne – Band 1’ Friedr. Stadler Verlag, Konstanz, undated[13]. 6-panel fold0out chart (“Tafel I: Sternkarte des nördll. Himmels”), separate 4-panel fold-out chart (“Tafel IV: Der Tierkreis nach dem Stand vom Jahre 1930”, 4-panel fold-out chart on translucent paper (“Tafel II: Sichtbarer Sternhimmel”) and small chart on translucent paper (“Tafel III: Kleine Häusertafel”) laid in, in pocket at rear of volume, as called for. Also laid in, former owner’s panecil-drawn, ink-labelled chart on translucent paper, and set of inked aspect calculations on an A4 page. Paper-covered boards (top 3 inches of outer spine and much of bottom 2 inches of same chipped away; top 5mm of inner spine also lost) with professionally printed title label adhered to front board. [2] + [pp. 3-31] + [pp. 32-6 of tables] + [pp. 37-62] + [2]

Ghosh, Kamal, M.A. and Ghosh, Kisor, M.Sc. ‘The Cosmos and Human Destiny: Being a Rational Exposition of the Problem of Human Experience and Showing its Correspondence with Stellar Ideas[;] Also Containing Judgement of Many Notable Nativities As Verifications of the Principles Enunciated and wherewith one may, without the aid of Mathematics or Technical Knowledge, Divine from the Cosmos, the Character, History and Future, Both of One’s Self and his Fellow-Beings, With Much Pleasure, By Mere Synthesis of the Stellar Ideas’ Rider & Co., Paternoster House, E.C., London, preface dated 1938. Cloth (light wear to spine hinges and outer corners of boards). (Very slight separation to inner paper hinges between pp. 64-5; 72-3; 160-1.) [1 leaf] + [3] + [1 leaf] + [pp. ix-xii] + [2 leaves] + 134 + [1 leaf] + [pp. 137-235] + iv

Ghosh, R. K. ‘1001 Efffects of Planets on Stock Market’ No Publisher Stated, undated[14]

 

[1] No other date is given and this edition is assumed to be from the same year

[2] The copyright date is given as 1941

[3] This edition, printed on a type of paper prone to browning with age, is very difficult to date precisely, but is advertised as the “Second Edition, Revised and Rearranged” on the inside of the rear cover. The main text content appears unchanged from that in the 1913 edition that went by the title “Horoscope Indications”, q. v. above. The title page gives the currently available edition of “Practical Astrology for Everybody” as the fourth, which places this edition definitively later than the one called “Horoscope Indications”. Advertising for “The Astrological Satellite” and “A Choice Collection of Valuable Extracts from the Works of the Master Astrologers” places this edition no earlier than 1915. Equally it cannot be later than the move of Llewellyn’s operations to Los Angeles in late 1920. The internal advertisement for the Astrological Bulletina shows it still as a monthly, priced at $1 a year

[4] This edition seems to be a later issue of sheets from the edition above, bound up with advertisements after the move to Los Angeles in late 1920, and fitted with fresh covers. The main pages are identical to the issue above, sharing its browned paper quality, but the advertisements are fresh and white, and the one for the seventeenth annual edition of the Moon’s Sign book dates this issue quite specifically to around 1922 (the first edition of the Planetary Daily Guide for All, later renamed the Moon’s Sign Book, was for 1906). The advertisement for the Astrological Bulletina shows it as a quarterly priced at $1 a year, a change that did not materialise until some time after June 1921 (at which point it was a bimonthly). The front cover is distinctive on accounts of its revised title, different central image, added copyright date of 1911 (evidently referring back to the first edition of the present book), and additional printed price of $1.00 (which incidentally is twice the price of the edition below as shown in the internal advertisement for the same work within it). The rear central cover image is also different

[5] In this edition, the text has been completely reset compared with the previous ones called “The Student’s Chart Reader” shown above, but there are no immediately obvious changes to the text itself. The effective page count is unchanged. The following stated sixth and seventh editions, however, exhibit significant expansions in content

[6] There is no missing content. A note to the copyright page advises that the printer misunderstood the order placed and consequently began numbering the main pages at 68 in this edition

[7] The advertisements in this copy support it being the original 1927 printing of this edition

[8] The original 11th page of advertisements has been glued over with a smaller advertisement by the publisher; and the 10th is slightly chipped and torn in this copy

[8a] From internal advertising, it can be seen that this is no earlier than 1927, while the address show it to be no later than 1928

[9] The date of the first is given as April 1977.

[10] Hand-dated “[19]64” by a former owner

[11] Foreword to the third edition dated thus. After the second of Sommer 1910 and the first of 1896. German libraries also record fourth and fifth editions, perplexingly both dated 1920, and a sixth of 1924

[12] Library records tentatively suggest 1898 or possibly 1897

[13] Worldcat records give 1930

[14] Believed to date from the early 2000s, at least in this printing

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