Our Fate and the Zodiac by Margaret Mayo
Llewellyn George establishes the Llewellyn Publications Company and The Portland School of Astrology in Oregon. He avoids the Hermetic and magic area of astrology, as well as tarot, numerology and witchcraft.
Paul Choisnard, an eminent astrologer in France pursues the scientific side of astrology. His first major work is Influence Astrale, published in Paris.
Astrology in a Nutshell by C.H. Weber
Casting The Horoscope by Alan Leo is published.
Influence of the Stars by Rosa Baughan
The Occult Review is launched by Ralph Shirley.
Llewellyn George begins issuing the Astrological Bulletin.
The Progressed Horoscope by Alan Leo is published.
The Annual Moon Sign Book is started by Llewellyn George.
John Dreyer's History of the Planetary systems is published.
Bible Astrology: The 12 Signs of the Zodiac by Lyman E. Stowe
Max Heindel establishes first center for Rosicrucian Fellowship, an order similar in principles to the Theosophical Society except that it puts more emphasis on astrology. Following the Ohio center, Heindel establishes centers in Seattle and Portland in Washington. The order is known for its ephemeris and Table of Houses.
The Rosicrucian Cosmo-Conception is published by the Rosicrucian Fellowship. It is Max Heindel's major work, originally inspired during his trip to Germany in 1907.
The Gospel in the Stars by Joseph A. Seiss
The Rosicrucian headquarters is moved to Oceanside, California.
Practical Astrology For Everyone by Llewellyn George is published by Bulletina.
Spiritual Beings In The Heavenly Bodies by Dr. Rudolph Steiner.
The Art of Synthesis by Alan Leo comes out. It focuses on in-depth analysis of the planets, triplicities and quadruplicities.
Evangeline Adams is arrested for fortune telling. But after she accurately depicts the character of the Judge's son from an anonymous charts in a test during the trial, the case is dismissed.
Sepharial publishes a forecast that predicts great upheaval in the 1990s, ending around 1997.
Stars of Destiny by Katherine Taylor Craig on of first two books published by a non- astrological publisher,
E.P.Dutton. Before 1920, astrology books were published by astrological publishers or privately by the authors themselves.
The Sun Book by John Hazelrigg is published. This work adds more Hermetic insights, similar to those exposed in the works of Karl Anderson, mostly biblical astrology.
Societies and periodicals
Elspeth Ebertin publishes The Prophetic Annual in Germany and becomes well-known with tremendous fellowship.
Astrophic Principles by John Hazelrigg.
Waite's Compendium of Natal Astrology is published
Your Destiny in the Zodiac and its Mastery by Louis Brownell
Raphael's The key to Astrology is published by D. McKay.
Charles E.O. Carter serves as the first principal of the London Faculty of Astrological Studies and as president of the
Astrological Lodge of the Theosophical Society until 1952. He is editor of the Astrologers Quarterly from 1926 to 1959.
Investigations Into Occultism by Rudolph Steiner delves into souls, karma and Christian and Rosicrucian astrology.
A series of connections leads to an explosion of astrology in Germany. It begins when O.A. Schmidt publishes The Spirit of Astrology which interests Count Hermann Kaiserling, who forms the School of Wisdom at Darmstadt, which in turn spawns other schools of astrology.
Everybody's Astrology (1922 reprint of original) by Magnus Jansen
Paul G. Clancy begins publishing the famous American Astrology magazine, which becomes the longest running astrological periodical.
Llewellyn George and A.Z. Stevenson form The American Astrological Society.
New York astrologers form the Astrologers' Guild of America.
The first German astrological congress is organized in Munich. A second takes place in Leipzig in 1924. This leads to the formation of astrological societies and groups all over Germany. By the end of the 1920s, there are six periodicals on the subject.
Marc Edmund Jones forms The Sabian Assembly.
Wynn (Sidney K. Bennett) launches Wynn's Magazine and a publishing business.
Ronayne's Book of Freemasonry. The Encyclopedia of Psychological Astrology by Charles E.O. Carter.
Walter A. Koch begins publishing in the astrology periodicals of Germany. He is known for his system of houses, which is based on the Regiomontanus system.
Charles E.O. Carter is editor of the Astrologers Quarterly from 1926 to 1959.
The Bowl of Heaven by Evangeline Adams is published.
Llewellyn George forms the National Astrological Society.
Your Place in the Sun by Evangeline Adams is published.
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