Simplified Scientific Astrology

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Danish-American mystic and astrologer MAX HEINDEL (1865-1919), developer of the modern teachings of the esoteric Christian philosophy of Rosicrucianism, is considered by some the greatest Western spiritualist of the 20th century.

In this 1919 volume, a companion to Heindel's The Message of the Stars (also available from COSIMO CLASSICS), he offers a simple and practical ...

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Overview

Danish-American mystic and astrologer MAX HEINDEL (1865-1919), developer of the modern teachings of the esoteric Christian philosophy of Rosicrucianism, is considered by some the greatest Western spiritualist of the 20th century.

In this 1919 volume, a companion to Heindel's The Message of the Stars (also available from COSIMO CLASSICS), he offers a simple and practical method of casting horoscopes that brings the art and craft within the realm of anyone who can do basic math.

You'll learn how to...
. interpret the houses of the zodiac
. deal with time zones
. understand rising signs
. calculate the positions of the planets
. and more.

You'll also find here a "Philosophic Encyclopedia of Astrology," with definitions of all the terms you'll encounter when casting a horoscope.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781440416729
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 9/3/2008
  • Pages: 158
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.34 (d)

Meet the Author

The author was born of the royal family of Von Grasshoffs, who were connected with the German Court during the lifetime of Prince Bismark. The father of Max Heindel, Francois L. von Grasshoff, migrated, when quite a young man, to Copenhagen, Denmark, where he married a Danish woman of noble birth. They had two sons and one daughter. The oldest of these sons was Carl Louis Von Grasshoff, who later adopted the pen name of Max Heindel. The father died when the eldest son was six years of age, leaving the mother with her three small children in very straitened circumstances. His infancy was lived in genteel poverty. His mother's self-denial was carried to an extreme in order that the small income would suffice that her sons and daughter could have private tutors so that they might take their place in society as members of nobility.
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