Charubel & Sepharial The Degrees of the Zodiac Symbolised 1907

“Charubel ” [and Sepharial] ‘[Astrological Manuals. No. VIII:] The Degrees of the Zodiac Symbolised (Second Edition), to which is added a translation by “Sepharial” of a Similar Series Found in “La Volasfera” ‘ – Issued from The Office of “Modern Astrology”, 9, Lyncroft Gardens, West Hampstead, N. W., or from L. N. Fowler, 7, Imperial Arcade, E. C. / America: F. Spenceley, 26, Music Hall Building, Boston, Mass., U.S.A., 1907.

Original hexagon-patterned cloth (boards slightly bent; moderate wear to extremities of spine and outer corners of boards; light wear along spine hinges and to edges of boards). (Separation between top inch of pp. 64-5.) [3] + [pp. vii-xi] + [1] + 136 + [1 leaf of advertisements]

About this Book Scan

Carefully scanned in full colour from our original printing of the 1907 first edition thus.

Charubel was the pen-name of Welsh Seer John Thomas, a celebrity psychic in his day. The first edition of his set of zodiacal degree symbols appeared in 1898, but when it was republished in 1907 by Modern Astrology Office, a much older set of degree symbols translated by Sepharial (Walter Gorn Old) from La Volasfera was appended.

The edition reproduced here is thus the first edition of Sepharial’s translation of those degree symbols, and the second of Charubel’s symbols.