Aquarian Agent, the

Full title:

  • The Aquarian Agent (to Dec. 1975)
  • Astrology ’76: the New Aquarian Agent (1976)
  • Astrology ’77: the New Aquarian Agent (1977)
  • Astrology ’78: the New Aquarian Agent (1978)
  • Astrology ’79: the New Aquarian Agent (1979)
  • Astrology ’80: the New Aquarian Agent (1980)
  • Astrology ’81: the New Aquarian Agent (1981)
  • Astrology ’82: the New Aquarian Agent (1982)

Editor: Weingarten, Henry (all issues)

Publication credits:

  • Astrology Services International  Inc., New York, NY (all issues held)

Holdings:

  • Volume 3 Number 2, July 1972
  • Volume 3 Number 3, August 1972
  • Volume 3 Number 4, October 1972
  • Volume 3 Number 5, Cycles: November 1972
  • Volume 3 Number 6, December 1972
  • Volume 3 Number 6 [sic], Relationships: January 1973
  • Volume 3 Number 7, Medical Astrology: April 1973
  • Volume 3 Number 8, May 1973
  • Volume 3 Number 9, July – August 1973
  • Volume 3 Number 10, September – October 1973
  • Volume 3 Number 11, November – December 1973
  • Volume 4 Number 1, January – February 1974
  • Volume 4 No. 2, May-June (1974)
  • Volume 4 Number 3, September / October 1974
  • Volume 4 Number 4, November / December 1974
  • Volume 4 Number 5, January / February 1975
  • Volume 4 Number 6, March / April 1975
  • Volume 4 Number 7, May / June 1975
  • Volume 4 Number 8, September / October 1975
  • Volume 4 Number 9, November / December 1975
  • Volume 5 No. 1, July / August 1976
  • Volume 5 No. 3, Winter 1977
  • Vol. 5 No. 4, Spring [1977]
  • Vol. 5 No. 5, Summer / Fall [1977]
  • Vol. 5 No. 6, Winter [1978]
  • Volume 5 No. 7, Summer / Fall 1978
  • Volume 5 No. 11, Summer [1979]
  • Volume 6 No. 2, Autumn [1980]
  • Volume 6 No. 3, Winter [1981]
  • Volume 6 No. 6, Spring [1982]
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  1. Hi Philip, you don’t by chance have Aquarian Agent Vol. 1 No. 9 (August 1970)? I am looking for an article or report that was posted in that issue concerning the American psychologist Vernon Clark and his famous experiments testing astrologers from 1959-1961. I am working on an introduction for Cosmocritic.

    Thanks

    Kirk

    • Hi Kirk! I regret not – the issues shown are all I have, and I haven’t seen the earliest ones for sale for a very long time, if ever. Might be worth asking Kris Riske at the AFA if they have it – or checking the catalogue records of the University of Illinois Library in case it was among the issues donated there by Michael Erlewine.

      As chance would have it, I’ve just been thinking about filling gaps in this title lately, but the only substantial lot I’ve been able to find on the market was for 18 issues of which I already had nine, and they are all late ones and not exactly cheap!

      Best wishes,

      Philip

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