Leo, Bessie ‘Astrological Essays: A Companion to “Rays of Truth” (Reprinted from Modern Astrology)’ L. N. Fowler & Co., 7, Imperial Arcade, E.C. or Modern Astrology Office: 42, 43 & 50, Imperial Buildings, Ludgate Circus, E.C., London, 1909.
Original cloth (heavy wear to extremities of spine and outer corners of boards; light wear to spine hinges and bottom edges of boards). (Separation at lowest 5 cm of paper join before final leaves of advertisements; otherwise strong.)  + [frontis.] +  + [pp. v-vii] +  + 252 + [p. 25 (2)] + [pp. 254-372] + [4 pages of advertisements]
About this Book Scan
Carefully scanned in full colour from one of our original printings of the 1909 first edition.
Bessie Leo, the wife of Alan Leo, was a devout theosophist. She wrote a variety of theosophical and spiritually focused essays for Modern Astrology Magazine. Selections of these were compiled into three books, of which Astrological Essays (1909) was the second to appear.
For her earlier anthologies of essays, please see our scans of Rays of Truth (1904) and Planetary Influences (1906), both of which are separately available for download.