Bibliography of Astrology Page 85:
Hawkins – Heindel

Hawkins, John Robert ‘Transpluto or should we call him Bacchus the Ruler of Taurus’ Hawkins Enterprising Publications, Dallas, Texas, 1976

Hayden, Naura ‘Astro-Logical Love’ [2nd Impression] – Bibli O’Phile Publishing Company, New York, New York 10022, unclearly dated[1]. Cloth (light wear to extremities of spine hinges and outer corners of boards) in dj. [4] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 7-211] + [1] + [pp. 214-279] + [pp. 281-3] + [p. 285] + [p. 287]

Haymes, Marguerite ‘Unitology’ First Award Printing – Award Books, Universal Publishing and Distributing Corporation, 235 East 45th Street, New York, N.Y., 1969. Small-format card covers.

Hayne, L., Prof. ‘”Silver Bells” Horoscopes – The Average and Individual Characteristic “Types” of Men and Women Illustrated and Classified in 48 Divisions – Personal Opportunities of the Present, Possibilities of the Future, and Assisting Visions of the Past. – Health, Love, Companionship and Success, characterized, analyzed and graded in accordance with personal individual existence, aspiration and ability[2]’ Liberty Printing & Engraving Co., Philadelphia, Pa., 1930. Original pictorial paper covers (detached; edge-torn; rear cover with substantial chips lost from lower inner and outer corners). [2] + [pp. 3-48]

Hayton, Darin, B.S., M.A., M.A. ‘Astrologers and Astrology in Vienna During the Era of Emperor Maximilian I (1493-1519) – A dissertation Submitted to the Graduate School of the University of Notre Dame in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy’ University Microfilms International, unclearly dated[3]. No covers. A4 looseleaf sheets[4]

Hayton, Darin ‘The Crown and the Cosmos: Astrology and the Politics of Maximilian I’ University of Pittsburgh Press, Pittsburgh, Pa., 15260, 2015. Cloth with copper-gilt-stamped titling to spine, in dj. [1 leaf] + [2] + [2 leaves] + [pp. ix-xiii] + [1 leaf] + 201 + [pp. 203-312]

Hayward, David ‘Shorthand of the Soul: the Quotable Horoscope: Volume 1’ Flare Publications, London, 1999

Hazelrigg, John, Fellow Hermetic Society of America, Fellow Astrological Society, Member National Geographic Society ‘Astrosophia: Being Metaphysical Astrology[:] Observations on the Stellar Doctrine, Its Principles, Its Symbolism, Its Speculative Truths, and Its Mundane Applications as Revealed through Discernible Facts and Palpable Correspondences’ Second Edition, Revised – Published by the Author, New York, 1915. Cloth (wear to extremities of spine and outer corners of boards). (Light separation at inner paper hinge between pp. 12-13 and pp. 24-5.) [2] + iii + [pp. 3-80]

Hazelrigg, John ‘Astrosophic Principles: An Enquiry Into the Tenets and the Philosophy of the Stellar Science – With Numerous Arguments, Controversial and Evidentiary, In Support of its Rationality[;] Including the Horoscope of Declaration of Independence Rectified from Historical Data and in Accordance with the Rules of Art’ Hermetic Publishing Company, New York, 1917. Cloth. [3] + [bound-in errata slip] + 127 + [2 pages of advertisements]

Hazelrigg, John, American Academy of Astrologians ‘Astrosophic Principles: An Enquiry Into the Tenets and the Philosophy of the Stellar Science – With Numerous Arguments, Controversial and Evidentiary, In Support of its Rationality[;] Including the Horoscope of Declaration of Independence Rectified from Historical Data and in Accordance with the Rules of Art’ Llewellyn Publications, Ltd., 8921 National Blvd., Los Angeles 34, California, 1948. Textured cloth (light wear along spine hinges and to extremities of spine and outer corners of boards). [3] + 127 + [2 pages of advertisements]

Hazelrigg, John ‘Astrosophic Tractates – In which are presented certain phases of the stellar doctrine not usually subjected to interrogation or a diligent enquiry; a conscientious effort to unite logic and consistency in support of its claim, and to remove its implicits a degree further beyond the pale of the sciolist and the shallowness of argumentative discussions’ Press of Llewellyn Publications, Ltd., 8921 National Boulevd., Los Angeles, (Palms), California, 1936. Original textured cloth (light wear to extremities of spine and outer corners of boards). (Previous owner’s inked brackets to outer margins of pp. 75-7.) [Frontis.] + [4] + [pp. 7-17] + [1 page of diagrams] + [pp. 19-134] + [2 pages of advertisements]

Hazelrigg, John ‘Astrosophic Tractates – In which are presented certain phases of the stellar doctrine not usually subjected to interrogation or a diligent enquiry; a conscientious effort to unite logic and consistency in support of its claim, and to remove its implicits a degree further beyond the pale of the sciolist and the shallowness of argumentative discussions’ Llewellyn Publications Ltd., 8921 National Boulevd., Los Angeles, (Palms), California, 1936[5]. Lightly textured card covers. Bound by staples through inner margins. [Frontis..] + [4] + [pp. 7-17] + [1 page of diagrams] + [pp. 19-134] + [2 pages of advertisements] + [rear cover featuring brief biography of author[6]]

Hazelrigg, John, President American Academy of Astrologians ‘Fundamentals of Hermetic Science – Being the Bona Fides of Astrology as Antecedent to its Application and Practice; Its Principia Fully Elucidated and the True Foundation of the Doctrine Rationalized’ Hermetic Publishing Company, New York, 1925. Edition stated limited to 300 copies, of which this is No. 11, hand-signed by the author. This copy with author’s dedication to the original owner to ffep: “My dear Gordon – Whence rather than Whither is sometimes a more interesting of life, and mayhap some hints in that respect can be gleaned from the following pages. With regards of The Author – Tones River, N. J., May 25, 1925”. Original vertically ribbed cloth (moderate wear to extremities of spine and outer corners of boards; a few patches of wear to front board) with (faded) gilt titling to spine. (One word underlined in red pencil to p. 51.) [2] + [p. 3] + [pp. 5-141] + [3 pages of advertisements]

Hazelrigg, John ‘Metaphysical Astrology’ The Philosophic Co., New York, unclearly dated (copyrighted 1900[7]). Cloth (rebound thus in a facsimile of the original binding). [Frontis.] + [2] + [pp. 3-71] + [5 pages of advertisements]

Hazelrigg, John ‘The Rationale of Astrology’ The Metaphysical Publishing Company, 465 Fifth Avenue, New York, 1900. Original paper covers (minimal chipping to upper outer corners of covers). Staplebound pamphlet. [2] + [pp. 3-11] + [2 pages of advertisements] + [rear cover backed with advertisements]

Hazelrigg, John ‘The Sun Book, or the Philosopher’s Vade Mecum Wherein is Expounded the Mysteries of Cosmic Involution, from the Archetypal to the Manifest; The Sidereal Correspondences; with a Hermetic Dissertation on the Christ Allegory, and the Rationale and Praxis as Concern the Redemptive Processes in Human Regeneration’ Hermetic Publishing Company, New York, 1916. Cloth. (Damp-staining to rear end-papers and lower outer margins of page block, not affecting text.)  [1 leaf] + [glued-on frontis.] + [2] + [pp. iii-xi] + [pp. 9-189] + [1 page of advertisements]

Hazelrigg, John, Member of the National Geographical Society; President American Academy of Astrologians ‘The Sun Book, or the Philosopher’s Vade Mecum Wherein is Expounded the Mysteries of Cosmic Involution, from the Archetypal to the Manifest; The Sidereal Correspondences; with a Hermetic Dissertation on the Christ Allegory, and the Rationale and Praxis as Concern the Redemptive Processes in Human Regeneration’ Llewellyn Publications, Ltd., 8921 National Blvd., Los Angeles 34, California, undated[8]. Cloth (worn to extremities of spine; lightly worn along spine hinges and to outer corners of boards). [2] + [2] + [pp. iii-xi] + [pp. 9-189] + [1 page of advertisements]

Headley, John M.[9] ‘Tommaso Campanella and the Transformation of the World’ Princeton University Press, 41 William Street, Princeton, New Jersey / Chichester, West Sussex, 1997. Cloth (light wear to extremities of spine hinges and lower outer corners of boards) in dj. [1 leaf] + [2] + [4 leaves] + [pp. xiii-xv] + [pp. xvii-xxv] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 3-5] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 9-138] + [1 leaf] + [6 pages of illustrations] + [pp. 139-142] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 145-381] + [pp. 383-399] + [1]

Heath, Robin ‘Alexander Thom: Cracking the Stone Age Code’ Stated First Edition – Bluestone Press, St. Dogmaels, Pembrokeshire, Wales, 2007. Card covers. [6] + xvi + 234 pp

Heath, Robin ‘Sun, Moon & Earth’ Third Revised Edition – Wooden Books Ltd., Glastonbury, Somerset, 2006

Heath, Robin ‘Sun, Moon & Stonehenge: High Culture in Ancient Britain’ Bluestone Press, Maes yr Awel, Cwm, St. Dogmaels,Cardigan, Pembs., Wales, 1998. Card covers (bookseller’s price label adhered to front cover; light wear to top of front hinge and upper outer corner of front cover). [5] + [pp. ix-xv] + [monochrome illustration] + 225 + [pp. 227-239] + [publisher’s note]

Heatwole, L. J.; intr. Heatwole, Justus B. ‘Key to the Almanac and the Sidereal Heavens’ Mennonite Publishing House, Scottdate, Pa., 1908. Original cloth (light wear to extremities of spine; moderate wear to outer corners of boards; light separation to parts of front inner paper hinge). Contents printed on slightly glossy paper throughout. (Slight edge-tearing and chipping to outer margin of leaf comprising pp. 159-160.) [2 leaves] + [1] + [pp. 8-233] + [5]

Hebel, Doris ‘Celestial Psychology: an Astrological Guide to Growth and Transformation’ Aurora Press, New York, N.Y., 1985

Hebel, Doris ‘Contemporary Lectures: Chart Interpretation; Astrology and Psychology; Relationships’ Aurora Press, Inc., Santa Fe, NM, 1985

Heckel, Pierre ‘Les Astres et la Vie: Essai de Cosmologie Appliquée (Tome 2)’ Éditeurs Epi SA, 68 rue de Babylone, Paris 7e, 1976. Card covers. [1] + [1 page of advertisements] + [4] + [pp. 9-17] + [pp. 19-53] + [pp. 55-73] + [pp. 75-87] + [pp. 89-139] + [pp. 141-158] + [2 leaves] + [3] + [imprimatur]

Heckel, Pierre ‘L’Homme et les Influences Astrales: Essai de Cosmographie Appliquee’ E.P.I. S.A. Editeurs, Paris, 1973

Heeg, Joseph – see under Catalogus Codicum Astrologorum Graecorum, above

Hegedus, Tim[10] ‘[Patristic Studies[11] 6:] Early Christianity and Ancient Astrology’ Peter Lang Publishing Inc., Bel Air, MD, undated[12]. Paper-covered boards. [1] + [pp. vi-vii] + [pp. ix-xiv] + 27] + [pp. 29-41] + [pp. 43-89] + [pp. 91-107] + [pp. 109-11] + [pp. 113-137] + [pp. 139-155] + [pp. 157-193] + [1 leaf] + [pp. 197-229] + [pp. 231-277] + [pp. 279-305] + [pp. 307-317] + [pp. 319-327] + [pp. 329-337] + [pp. 339-351] + [pp. 353-387] + [pp. 389-396] + [1 page of advertisements]

Heide, Fr. C. (?) ‘1. Arbeits-Mappe für Kosmobiologen: Formular-Blatt und Tabellen-Kartei zur Errechnung eines Kosmogrammes’ Verlag und Vertrieb “Sonne”, Brüsseler-Strasse 16, Köln / Rhein, undated[13]. (Worn, chipped at inner margins) card covers (rear cover detached). No spine. Staplebound through inner margins. [2pp] + [pp. 2-4] + [3 bound-in smaller leaves of chart blanks] + [10 leaves] + [smaller leaf] + [8 leaves] + [smaller leaf] + [7 leaves] + [smaller leaf]  + [4 leaves] + [1 page of advertisements]

Heideweg, Sabine; tr. Wilhelm, Hans-Jakob ‘Moon Signs; Picking the Right Time for Everything You Want To Do’ Sterling Publishing Co., Inc., New York, N.Y., 1999

Heilen, Stephan – see under Antigonos von Nikaia, and Bonincontrius, Laurentius, above

Heimsoth, Karl Guenter, M.D.; tr. Baldwin, Richard S. ‘Homosexuality in the Horoscope’ American Federation of Astrologers, Inc., 6535 South Rural Road, Tempe, Arizona, 1978[14]. Card covers. [4] + 107

Heindel, Augusta Foss; intr. Hall, Manly P. ‘Astrology and the Ductless Glands’ Fourth Printing – The Rosicrucian Fellowship, International Headquarters, Mt. Ecclesia, Oceanside, California, U.S.A., November 1938[14a]. Textured card covers. Staplebound pamphlet. [2] + [pp. iii-ix] + [2] + [pp. 13-34] + [6 pages of advertisements]

Heindel, Max (attrib.); tr. Von Sebottendorf, Rudolf ‘[Astrologische Bibliothek XIII:] Die Botschaft der Sterne’ Theosophisches Verlagshaus, Leipzig, foreword dated 1921[14b]. Original quarter-cloth (wear to top of spine; light wear to foot of same) with paper-covered boards (heavily worn at outer corners); partly gilt illustration to front board. (Heavy separation before p. 3, but underlying webbing holding. Leaf comprising pp. 15-16 almost detached.) [2] + [pp. 3-367] + [1] + [1 leaf] + [1] + [pp. 372-3 of tables] + [pp. 374-7] + [pp. 378-9 of advertisements] + [pp. 381-2] + [2 pages of advertisements]

Heindel, Max (attrib.); tr. Von Sebottendorf, Rudolf ‘[Astrologische Bibliothek XIII:] Die Botschaft der Sterne’ Theosophisches Verlagshaus, Leipzig, 1921. With separate Anhang laid-in at rear. Original promotional flyer for the present book also laid in. Book: [Later] half-cloth with paper-covered boards. Original pictorial paper front cover pasted over front board. 382pp + [2 pages of advertisements]. Anhang: No covers. Staplebound pamphlet. 8pp

Heindel, Max ‘Simplified Scientific Astrology: A Complete Textbook of the Art of Casting a Horoscope with Philosophic Encyclopedia and Tables of Planetary Hours for all Latitudes’ Third Edition – Rosicrucian Fellowship, International Headquarters, Mount Ecclesia, Oceanside, California, 1916. Card covers. Staplebound pamphlet. [3] + [pp. 6-57][15] + [pp. 60-114] + [2 pages of advertisements] + [rear cover featuring 2 further pages of advertisements]

Heindel, Max ‘Simplified Scientific Astrology: A Complete Textbook of the Art of Erecting a Horoscope with Philosophic Encyclopedia and Tables of Planetary Hours for all Latitudes’ Fourth Edition, Enlarged and Revised – Rosicrucian Fellowship, International Headquarters, Mount Ecclesia, Oceanside, California / L. N. Fowler & Co., 7 Imperial Arcade, Ludgate Circus, London, 1919. Original pictorial cloth (moderate wear to extremities of spine and outer corners of boards; gilt title faded from spine; small patch of wear towards centre of rear board; occasional very light edgewear to parts of boards). (Two successive words underlined in black ink to p. 81; one in red to p. 84.)  [Frontis.] + [2] + 22 + [bound-in Addendum slip] + [pp. 23-32] + [bound-in Addendum slip] + [pp. 33-176] + [pp. 177-184 of tables] + [8 pages of tables] + [2] + [pp. 195-8] + [8 pages of advertisements]

Heindel, Max; tr. Voss, R. ‘[Astrologische Bibliothek XII:] Vereinfachte Wissenschaftliche Astrologie: Einzig autorisierte Übersetzung[16]‘ Theosophisches Verlagshaus, Leipzig, undated[17]. Original paper covers (1 cm chip lost from foot of spine; 1 inch separation to top of front hinge; 2 cm to foot of rear hinge; light tearing to overhanging outer edges of covers; small chip lost from upper inner corner of rear cover). (First printed leaf joined to ffep but together detached from binding. Chip lost from blank upper margin of leaf comprising pp. 1-2; minor chipping to top edge of leaf comprising pp. 5-6. Leaves comprising pp. 25-8; 29-32; 41-4; 45-8; 57-60; 61-4; 73-6; 77-80; 89-92; 93-6; 105-8; 109-112; 121-4; and 125-8 still joined at outer edge; leaves comprising pp. 57-64; 73-80; 81-8; 89-96; 96-104; 105-112; 113-120; 121-8; and 129-136 still joined at top edge: need separating.) [2] + 137 + [pp. 138-153 of tables] + [pp. 154-8] + [rear cover backed with advertisements]

Heindel, Max; tr. Voss, R. ‘[Astrologische Bibliothek XII:] Vereinfachte Wissenschaftliche Astrologie: Einzig autorisierte Übersetzung’ Theosophisches Verlagshaus, Leipzig, undated[17a]. Original quarter-cloth (wear to top of spine; light wear to foot of spine; spine legend partly faded) with paper-covered boards (wear to outer corners of boards and to part of outer edge of front board); (faded) partly gilt illustration to front board. (Inner paper hinges starting to split at extremities.) [2] + 137 + [pp. 138-153 of tables] + [1] + [pp. 155-8] + [rear cover backed with advertisements]

Heindel, Max and Heindel, Augusta Foss ‘Astro-Diagnosis: a Guide to Healing: A Treatise on Medical Astrology and Diagnosis from the Horoscope and Hand’ Second Edition – The Rosicrucian Fellowship, International Headquarters, Oceanside, California[18] / L.N. Fowler & Co., 7 Imperial Arcade, Ludgate Circus, London, 1929. Cloth (moderate wear to extremities of spine and lower outer corners of boards; light wear to upper outer corners). [2] + [pp. 3-482] + [14 pages of advertisements]

Heindel, Max and Heindel, Augusta Foss ‘The Message of the Stars: An Esoteric Exposition of Medical and Natal Astrology[,] Explaining the Arts of Prediction and Diagnosis of Disease’ Third Edition, Enlarged and Revised – Rosicrucian Fellowship, International Headquarters, Mount Ecclesia, Oceanside, California / L. N. Fowler & Co., 7 Imperial Arcade, Ludgate Circus, London, 1918. Cloth (moderate wear to extremities of spine; wear to outer corners of boards). Printed on slightly glossy paper throughout. [2] + [pp. 3-687] + [pp. 688-700 of advertisements]

Heindel, Max and Heindel, Augusta Foss ‘The Message of the Stars: An Esoteric Exposition of Natal and Medical Astrology[,] Explaining the Arts of Reading the Horoscope and Diagnosing Disease’ Sixteenth Edition – Rosicrucian Fellowship, International Headquarters, Mount Ecclesia, Oceanside, California, U.S.A. / L. N. Fowler & Co., Ltd., 29, Ludgate Hill, London, E. C. 4, 1973. Cloth (light wear to extremities of spine; minimal wear to outer corners of boards). [Frontis.] + [2] + [pp. 3-723] + [pp. 725-734] + [8 pages of advertisements]

Heindel, Max and Augusta Foss – see also under Student, A 

 

[1] The volume is copyrighted 1982, but this evidently refers to the date of the first printing. The date of the current printing is not declared

[2] The full extended title on the main inner title page. The pictorially integrated front cover title is instead represented as ‘Classified and Illustrated Natural Inclinations Tendencies – Silver Bells – Life – Horoscopes – Personal Observations in Modern Astrology’

[3] A print-on-demand facsimile-based reprint, issued March 2009, of the original dissertation

[4] I have not yet been able to paginate this because it remains shrink-wrapped within temporary card end-supports awaiting binding

[5] This paperback edition is internally identical to the hardback one above, the sole difference lying in the binding and the additional blurb on the author on the rear cover of the paperback edition.

[6] The biographical text talks in the past tense as though Hazelrigg were deceased or at least no longer known as an active astrologer by this point in time. It would appear to have been issued thus at the time of first publication when he was still alive in his mid-70s, but as a retrospective view on his career.

[7] But this copyright is credited to the Metaphysical Publishing Co.; it is thus unclear if this printing credited to the Philosophic Co., was in fact the sole first printing, although the advertisements at the rear for other publications by the Metaphysical Publishing Co. would tend to suggest so.

[8] This reprint by Llewellyn is presumed to date to 1948 or close to that, in common with their properly dated reprint of ‘Astrosophic Principles’. It is at the time of writing incorrectly dated in Worldcat to 1916, the date of the original Hermetic Publishing Company edition, q.v. above

[9] Professor of History at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

[10] “Associate Professor of New Testament at Waterloo Lutheran Seminary, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario”. He has a Ph.D. in religious studies from the University of Toronto

[11] A series of monographs edited by Gerald Bray

[12] Worldcat records give 2005

[13] Not found in German library records; but internal evidence suggests a date in the 1950s

[14] Translated from the original German edition of 1928 entitled “Charakter-Konstellation”

[14a] After the first printing of September 1936, with further impressions having followed in January and October 1937

[14b] This would appear to be accurate to this printing, in view of the advertising on pp. 378-9 indicating that Bands XIV and XVI are currently being printed and Band XV is in preparation

[15] P. 57 is directly backed with p. 60, so there are no missing pages here – the pagination is faulty

[16] A German translation of the book “Simplified Scientific Astrology”, q. v.

[17] Appears to be the first German edition from the absence of later volumes listed in the advertisement for the series at the back. The DNB records 1920

[17a] Ostensibly the clothbound issue of the first German edition. DNB gives 1920

[18] This printed address has been papered over with a typed slip reading ‘Max Heindel Rose Cross Philosophies, Oceanside, California’ on this copy

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