Astrolearn Astrology Library

The official website of European astrological historian and archivist Philip M. Graves.

Home to an annotated single-collection astrology library catalogue – astrology bibliography.

See our astrology book digital image collection for highlights of our astrological library.

For our mission statement, history, and appeal for institutional funding, see About.

Read archived astrology articles by Philip Graves on topics including astrology books, the history of astrology techniques, the theory of planetary influence, and the practice of synastry.

Visit our Shop[1] to buy out-of-copyright astrological texts scanned from our astrology library. 

For full details of the astrology DVDs, please click on the individual links from our DVD page.

See our CD page for Astrolearn’s lower-cost Vintage Astrology CD series[2].

Join Astrolearn as a Registered Member Now.

To support Astrolearn Astrology Library and help it to 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.

For all enquiries, please use the Contact form.

Thank you!

 

[1] The DVD shop is presently temporarily closed owing to the supplies and equipment needed to fulfil orders being in storage during relocation  and the establishment of new premises, expected mid-2018. Please await further announcements.

[2] The CDs are outsourced to on-demand manufacturing and direct distribution facilities in the United States. Production copies of the first eighteen titles have been received and tested by us, and images and product pages are linked from the CD page in this site.

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8 Comments

  1. Hello Philip,
    I have some astrology and Catherine Victoria Thompson material on eBay. #s 202048590966, 362094531877, 202050370492, and 362096552624. Please let me know if you have received this. It would be nice to be in contact again.
    Best regards, Ron O’Callaghan

  2. Hi Years ago I bought “An Introduction To The Judgment of The Starres” by C. Dariot
    The holder it came in says its a Treatise on Astrology 17th/18th Century Back Cover Missing

    Anyway I would be interested in selling it but would like a valuation first so I know what to ask. Is this something I could pay you to do, If so [please let me know.

    Thanks,

    Chris Peneguy

    • Hello, Chris!
      Just found your message now.
      I’d be glad to look at pictures so I can give you a ballpark idea of value. There would be no charge for this. I’d need to establish which edition and what printing it is.
      The dating on the holder is curious, since there was no 18th century edition so far as I’m aware, only 16th and 17th century ones.
      You can email pictures to me directly at solger75 [at] gmail.com if wished.
      Thank you,
      Philip

  3. Is this the same Phillip I co-managed a large MSN group with, traded books with Was aka Chironsmonad and I still have autograph KTB book & more
    Got some catch up to do & some to talk about starting w/declination
    Would be nice to be in contact again

    • Hi James, yes, it’s me, and I certainly remember you very well. I’ve been offline in Sweden most of the last week, just back again. So nice to hear from you again. Have often wondered what happened to you since we you were last active on the old group. Look forward to catching up more soon!

      • Sorry Philip for taking so long, hi Christopher.. I checked back about a week later and no change then life happens and I forgot til now .. I remember thinking this might be months before I might see a reply lol
        This would be alot simpler via gmail vs a board that doesn’t alert
        ~ jmdsg4
        Happy Holidays to you and yours

  4. Sorry Philip for taking so long, hi Christopher.. I checked back about a week later and no change then life happens and I forgot til now .. I remember thinking this might be months before I might see a reply lol
    This would be alot simpler via gmail vs a board that doesn’t alert
    ~ jmdsg4
    Happy Holidays to you and yours

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