Nicholas Devore - Encyclopedia of Astrology (3.9 MB)
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The Philosophical Library, June 1947. Retyped with additional 'Apolo notes' and reconstructed tables by Philip Graves. By kind permission of current publisher David Roell of Astrology Classic.This is the best of the many astro-reference books, one you will use constantly. Among thousands of entries are the complete terminologies for natal, mundane, electional & horary astrologies, as well as definitive articles on Arabian Parts, Aspects, Calendars, Cycles, Degrees, Dignities, Directions, Eclipses, Houses, Planets, Ptolemaic ... More >>>Book can be downloaded, and can be ordered on CD.Note that, unfortunately, not all my books can be downloaded or ordered on CD due to the restrictions of copyright. However, most of the books on this site do not have copyright restrictions. If you find any copyright violation, please contact me at email@example.com. I am very attentive to the issue of copyright and try to avoid any violations, but on the other hand to help all fans of magic to get access to information.
The Philosophical Library, June 1947. Retyped with additional 'Apolo notes' and reconstructed tables by Philip Graves. By kind permission of current publisher David Roell of Astrology Classic.
This is the best of the many astro-reference books, one you will use constantly. Among thousands of entries are the complete terminologies for natal, mundane, electional & horary astrologies, as well as definitive articles on Arabian Parts, Aspects, Calendars, Cycles, Degrees, Dignities, Directions, Eclipses, Houses, Planets, Ptolemaic Astrology, Retrogrades, Ruling signs of major cities, Signs of the Zodiac, the Solar System, and much more. The section on eclipses runs 36 pages & includes solar & lunar eclipses from 1800-2000 listed by date & by zodiacal degree. It includes the 19 Saros cycles from 600 AD to 2100 AD. Under Degrees, deVore gives degree meanings similar to those of Carter.
In the extensive entry on Houses, he gives the meanings for each house, in natal, mundane & (depending on the house) various other situations: In a court of law, in an organization, in an ingress, in a national figure, etc. The entry for the Invariable Plane (one of several contributions by Charles Harvey) is a fascinating discussion of (among other things) Mahayuga, Root Races & solar eclipses in ancient Palestine. There is a fine, 9 page analysis of Ptolemaic astrology, along with how the Galactic Center relates to the Solar System, as well as definitive entries on every other facet of astrology. Complete, concise, informative, highly intelligent: Long a classic, still essential for all astrologers. Nicholas de Vore, 1882-1960, was President of the New York based Astrological Research Society.
American (USA) astrologer, psychologist, musician, composer. Graduated Beknellovsky University in Lewisburg, pcs. Pennsylvania. Then he studied at the Central College of Physicians in Indianapolis. He defended his thesis for a doctorate in philosophy. DeVore was married to Blanche March, who bore him a son and a daughter. In 1940-ies., When Devore led the most active astrological and literary activity, he lived in New York.
DeVore - one of the leading astrologers in the mid-twentieth century. He was interested in both classical techniques of astrology, and new developments; This interest naturally led him to create "American Astrological Society" (he himself became its chairman). The main achievement in astrology Deborah was drawing the "Encyclopedia of Astrology" (1947), which for over half a century, has maintained its popularity. For the preparation of the Company and encyclopedia DeVore attracted such major astrologers of his time, Charles and Jane Frederick van Norstrand. Deeply interested in "cosmic psychology" DeVore wrote the work "Your Cosmic Portrait" ("Your space Portrait") and a number of articles for the magazine "Horoscope".
DeVore also known as a songwriter and editor-composer was reprinted collections of music (organ classics, songs and ballads, violin music, piano pieces), author of reference books ("Glossary violinist", etc.). In addition, he is the author-compiler of the book "New Frontiers of Psychology" ("New Frontiers of Psychology", 1949). In his free time sailing Devore.