Leo, Alan ‘[Astrology for All Series, Vol. III.] How to Judge a Nativity: Part II. – The Inner Nature of each Planet and Its Special Significance In Each Sign, with Some Hints on the Esoteric Basis of Astrology’ Published at 9, Lyncroft Gardens, West Hampstead, London N. W., 1904.
Original cloth (moderate wear to parts of extremities of spine and to outer corners of rear board; heavier wear to outer corners of front board). [1 leaf] +  + [p. iii] + 190 + [4 pages of figures] + [5 pages of advertisements]
 This copy was bound up with ‘How to Judge a Nativity Part I (1903)’ with a combined overall title page and table of contents at the beginning, as issued by publisher. With separate internal title page to second part: “How to Judge a Nativity Part II. “Astrology For All” Series” Published at 7, Imperial Arcade, Ludgate Circus, E.C. and 9, Lyncroft Gardens, West Hampstead, N. W., 1904
About this Book Scan
Carefully scanned in full colour from our original printing of the 1904 first edition.
How to Judge a Nativity Part II (1904) was the sequel to How to Judge a Nativity Part I (1903) and the fourth volume to appear in Alan Leo’s Astrological Text-Books series that would eventually run to seven volumes by 1913.
The first edition of Part II was sometimes found bound up with Part I in a single volume with a combined overall title page, as was the case for our source volume. The present file comprises only the content of that volume that belongs to Part II. The first edition of Part I (1903) is separately available from us.
Both parts of How to Judge a Nativity were significantly expanded by the time of their respective second editions. The expanded second edition of How to Judge a Nativity Part II, which appeared in 1909, is also separately available in scanned form as a download from Astrolearn.
After the first two editions of How to Judge a Nativity Part II, the book would be renamed in all subsequent editions appearing from 1912 onwards as The Art of Synthesis, but the most significant changes to its contents had already occurred between the first and second editions under its original title.