Leo, Alan ‘[Popular Series: No. 3:] Jupiter: the Preserver, Being the substance of a Course of Public Lectures delivered before the Astrological Society in the months of October, November and December, 1916 – With an Introduction’ “Modern Astrology” Office, 39, 40, 41, Imperial Buildings, Ludgate, E. C. 4 / L. N. Fowler & Co., 7 Imperial Arcade, E. C. 4, [London], 1917.
Original paper-covered boards (paper heavily chipped away at spine, with surviving portions mostly separated at front hinge; light wear to some outer corners of boards). (Trace of red pencil underlining within.) [1 page of advertisements] +  + [pp. vii-xi] +  + 29 +  + [pp. 31-55] +  + [pp. 57-75] +  + [pp. 77-88]
About this Book Scan
Carefully scanned in full colour from the better of our two original printings of the first edition of 1917.
Jupiter the Preserver was one of three short books written by Alan Leo towards the end of his life focusing individually on the planets from Mars to Saturn. All three were based on the text of public lectures he had given on these planets. Scans of his books on Mars and Saturn are separately available for download from Astrolearn.