Alfred Barley The Rationale of Astrology 1905

Barley, Alfred H. (Sub-Editor of “Modern Astrology”) [and Leo, Alan] ‘The Rationale of Astrology – With an Additional Chapter by Alan Leo on the Education of Children in the Light of Astrology [Astrological Manuals. – Introductory]’ No publisher stated, 9, Lyncroft Gardens, West Hampstead, N. W., London, undated[1].

Original diagonally ribbed cloth (moderate wear to extremities of spine and outer corners of boards). (Light separation between pp. 32-3 and pp. 64-5.) [1] + [iv-vi of advertisements] + [2 leaves] + [2] + [pp. 5-112] + [pp. i-xix of advertisements inc. rear paste-down]

[1] Library records give 1905

About this Book Scan

Carefully scanned in full colour from our original printing of the 1905 first edition.

Alfred Barley was a close associate of Alan Leo who contributed two volumes to Leo’s Astrological Manuals series.

The first of these was The Rationale Of Astrology, first published thus in 1905, although undated in print. A revised later edition, renamed What Do We Mean By Astrology? is also available as a download.