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Update: 27th January, 2022: The Astrolearn contact form is working again as of today, after a month and a half out of action since we moved to new hosting on December 8th last year. This was the result of the new server not being recognised as the usual source of mail from Astrolearn by spam filters on standard mail servers. This issue has now been fixed by our IT support person. If you attempted to use the form to send a message during the downtime, unfortunately it has not been received, so please try again. I shall aim to check the mailbox this leads to once every day from now on. Thank you, Philip

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    1. I congratulate you on your initiative and dedication. You will have created a fine resource for research. Astrology interests me for its influence on art and literature. I have written several books on the history of the Tarot, the most recent being , which deals more with symbolism and involves Manilius. I continue to research the subject. If you would like to have the book, send me a mailing address.

    2. Ronald, thank you for your comments. I have just sent you an email to the address you registered under on the site previously, and trust you will receive it safely.

    3. I have also tried the contact form and it doesn’t seem to work. Is there another way to reach you?

    4. Trying to find a color image of the cover of “Astrology Guide” from May-June 1942…

      Hi, I am assisting in a project to colorize an old magazine stand photo from 1942. In the photo, there is a copy of “American Astrology” (of which a color image of the cover has been found) and another partially-visible magazine that might be the “Astrology Guide” from May-June 1942.

      I see that you list a copy of this issue in your holdings. Is is possible that you could e-mail me a picture of the cover of that May-June Astrology Guide issue?

      Best,

      Matt O’Connor

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