Alan Leo, the father of modern astrology, opened up the secrets of divination by the stars to the general public in the early 20th century with a popular line of astrology manuals that set off a craze for horoscopes that continues to this day. In this compact 1909 volume, he demonstrates how anyone can "obtain an answer to any question of which the mind is earnestly desirous of a true solution."
Discover how to find the answers to conundrums involving...
. monetary affairs
. children and friendships
. marriage, partnerships, and lawsuits
. long journeys
. honor and employment
. hopes and wishes
. and more.
British astrologer WILLIAM FREDERICK ALLAN (1860-1917), a.k.a. Alan Leo, published Astrologer's Magazine as well as a line of astrological materials; he founded the Astrological Lodge of the Theosophical Society in 1915.
ALSO FROM COSIMO: Leo's Symbolism and Astrology: An Introduction to Esoteric Astrology and Mars: The War Lord