Degrees of the Zodiac Symbolizedby Charubel, Sepharial
Charubel (1826-1908) was the pseudonym of
Each of the 360 degrees of the Zodiac has its own unique symbol and meaning. These symbols are often applied to the degrees of the Ascendant, Sun, Moon, and ruling planet of the natal horoscope. This book, comprising two complete sets, was first published in 1898 and has long been ranked as among the finest on the subject.
Charubel (1826-1908) was the pseudonym of John Thomas, a Welsh clairvoyant, astrologer and healer. As a young man he studied for the ministry, but when forced to choose between religious life and his psychic abilities, he chose the later. He founded (and later dissolved) an occult order. He also published numerous books and was editor of several periodicals. His Degrees of the Zodiac Symbolized was first published in 1893.
Sepharial (1864-1929) was known to friends as Walter Gorn Old. His early days were as a Theosophist. Leaving them, he associated for a time with Alan Leo's gang and wrote numerous books on astrology. An astrologer, clairvoyant and occultist, towards the end of his life he became a charismatic Christian. He had a lifelong interest in horse racing. His translation of La Volasfera was first published in 1898.
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