Astrolearn Astrology Library
The official website of European astrological historian and archivist Philip M. Graves.
Representing a multilingual physical astrological reference library based in the United Kingdom, with over 9,000 discrete volumes of astrology books and pamphlets and over 14,000 individual issues of astrological and more generally esoteric magazines, journals and almanacs included. See our annotated astrology library catalogue – astrology bibliography.
Visit our Vintage Astrology Book Downloads Store to buy your chosen out-of-copyright astrological texts from among 307 edition volumes scanned at high resolution in full colour from our astrology library.
Support our astrology library on Patreon.
See our astrology book digital image collection for selected highlights of our astrological library.
For our mission statement, history, and appeal for institutional funding, see About.
Read archived astrology articles by Graves on topics including astrology books, the history of astrology techniques, the theory of planetary influence, and the practice of synastry.
To help Astrolearn Astrology Library grow in visibility, please link to it, or to particular articles you like, on your own web site, blog or social media page.
To donate funds for the purchase of books, please use the Paypal donations button on the bibliography page, or contact us to arrange a bank transfer.
This site will be further developed with educational resources on astrology.
Media enquiries, please email Philip on info [at] astrolearn.com solger75 [at] gmail.com
For all other enquiries, please email as above or use the Contact form.
 For full details of each of the available books, please click on the individual titles spread across five pages in the store catalogue linked above. We shall be working on adding more provided that there is sufficient demand.
The previously operational DVD store is provisionally closed owing to the supplies and equipment needed to fulfil orders being out of service following international relocation. We have been advised that many new computers no longer contain DVD drives and compatibility issues have therefore precluded some customers from purchasing the DVDs. The individual files on the DVDs have therefore all now been made available as paid downloads without the need for postage instead.
 Subject to time availability. Supervised library visits take significant advance preparation and are a discretionary service on application. Donations to cover the time cost of downtime from paid work can make it easier. The latter half of 2023 is shaping up to be busy for lectures and essays, so limited visitor numbers will be entertained before 2024.