Alan Leo Everybody’s Astrology 1909

Leo, Alan ‘[Astrological Manuals No. 1:] Everybody’s Astrology: An Introduction to the Practical Study of Astrology’ Fifth Edition – “Modern Astrology” Office, 42, Imperial Buildings, Ludgate Circus, E. C. and L. N. Fowler & Co., 7, Imperial Arcade, E. C., London, 1909[1].

Original cloth (moderate wear to extremities of spine and outer corners of boards; light wear along spine hinges; heavy wear to part of lower edge of front board). [6] + [2 leaves] + 77 + [pp. 77A – 77B] + [pp. 78-96] + [pp. 97-8 of tables] + [pp. 99-102] + [pp. i-xxix of advertisements, inc. rear paste-down]

[1] This edition, in common with the first and second, is finished in red cloth, although in this case it is properly wrapped around the boards instead of just coming to the edges as with the earliest printings. Later printings are in the standard green cloth

About this Book Scan

Carefully scanned in full colour from our original printing of the fifth edition of 1909.

Alan Leo’s Everybody’s Astrology, first published in 1901, was the first in the series of fourteen Astrological Manuals that he collectively edited and published, and had become one of his best-selling books by the end of the decade, reaching its fifth edition in 1909.

The first two editions of 1901 and 1904 are separately available as downloads from Astrolearn, but we also offer this later edition at a reduced price by way of comparison, since some historically important changes were made to the contents between editions. Finally, we offer a scan of the 12th edition as published in the late 1920s to illustrate the form in which the book was being offered after Leo’s death in 1917, as his books continued to be widely sold and studied decades later.