This article was written on December 01, 1910 posted under Astrology
This pocket-sized book is a compilation of Astrology lectures given by Llewellyn George in the early 1900s. This was an early edition of a book that continued to be revised and expanded until Mr. George passed away in 1954. Continuing his pioneering of modern astrology, he traveled the country and spoke at many astrological gatherings even before there were associations like the American Federation of Astrologers and conferences organized to bring leading astrologers together with serious students.
Some of those lectures were classics, and we are contemplating making them available on-line for their historic and practical value.
This commentary was written by:
Carl Llewellyn Weschcke, Chairman, Llewellyn Worldwide, Ltd.
Why would anyone want to get out of their tarot comfort zone? If you are in your comfort zone, you are likely to be stable and confident and therefore able to do solid and dependable readings. Rituals and regular processes help ground readers and prepare the mind to begin the important work of interpreting the cards. We spend so much time finding... read this article