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Alan Leo·. Astrelogical Manual., No. 1 I.
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INSTRUCTIONS.
AGAINST each enlry will be found a NUMBER, and on turning
up this number in the later portion of the book, the House·
cusps and Planets' places of the horoscope will be found.
Most of the horoscopes in this book are indexed under the
native's surname, and only exceptionally under title or rank,
but this rule bas Dot been followed universally. Therefore,
il is advisable to look for Cardinals. Popes, Princes. etc..
under C, P, etc., as well as under christian or surname.
Where tbe native is a Duke, or of Royal blood, look also
under dukedom or country. Thus, Nicholas IL, Czar of
Russia, is indexed under R, the Prince I rnperial under P,
Rudolf of Austria under A, the Duke of Sforzia under S.
Foreign and Indian names should be looked for uoderboth
christian and surname. Possible variations of names should
also be borne in mind. e.g., Giulio (or Julius, Hieronymus for
Jerome, etc.• etc. Sometimes a map which cannot be found
under one name or title may be indexed under another. For
example. the Princess Stephanie of Belgium became the
Crown Princess of Austria by marrying the Archduke Rudolf.
For further particulars see some Explanatory Notes on
p.lOO.
A list of Abbreviations is given overleaf.
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ABBREV1ATIONS USED IN THIS BOOK.
}=TheAstrolottr's Annual for 1906'7·8'9 respectively.
AG=Almanach de Gotha. 1903.
A I = A strology as it Is, Not ITS it has bUH Represented, by A
Cavalry Officer, london, 1856.
AM i '9=Th, Ilstrologer's Magazin" Vol. I. (Aug 1890·Ju1y 1891),
p. 29. Similarly otber vols.
b=born.
ba;::: birthplace approximate, or where not explicitly stated
assumed from context of information supplied.
C= Cardao, Jerome (Hieronymus); Opera, Vol. V., Lugduoi,
1663.
CE=Comi"g EVM1s.-i Oct 1896·Sep 1897, ii 07'08, iii 08'09,
iv 09'00, v oo·or.
CG=CollectJo Gellitural'wm, by John Gadb.ury, London, 1662.
d=died.
F=The Future, ed. by Zadkiel. i;::: Feb·Dec, 18g2; ii
Jan.Dec. 1893.
/b=time as stated in tbe Family Bible.
G=Gauricus. Lucas; 0txnml. Omlliu,", vol ii, Basilicce,
IS75. The same maps ;{re given in his Tractatus
Astrologicu8, Venetiis. 1542.
Ha=The Horosrope, 1834, ed. by Zadkiel.
Hb= II tI 1841, ., II
Hil =Tlte Horoscope, a quarterly ed. by Ireton, VoIs. i
Hii and ii, Oct 1902·July 190",
H]N i, ii= How to J-urlge a Nativity, Par' 1., Part 11. (FIRST
EDITION).
H]N I, II= .. (SECOND
. EDITIOH).
J=junctinus (Giuntini), Sj>lc»J..-m voL it
Lugduoi, 1583.
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K=The Key to you,. OWH Nativity, 1910.
MA i 2g=Modm. Astrowgy, VoL J. (OLD SERIES) [Ang 18g5·July
18g6J, p. 2g. See MA 129 below.
MA I Astrology, Vol. J. (NEW SERIES) [Jan. Dec, '9041,
p. 29. See MA i 29 above. (Similarly with other vcrs.
and pages.)
MS=" A Collection of 30 Remarkable Nativities, by Placidns
de Titus," trs. and carefully revised by M. Sibly, 1789.
NS=New Style of Chronology, i.e.} Gregorian Calendar as
at present in use. .
OMM=OldMooYt's Monthly Messenger, Oct Igo7·Dec IgIO.
OS=Old Style of Chronology, i.e., Julian Calendar (still
retained by Russia).
ps=information supplied from Private Sources.,
q.v.=quod vide, which see.
r= Eo or retrograde.
RE=Raphael's Ephemtris for yeat stated.
RPM= Raphael's Prophetic Messenger for year stated.
s=St. or statiollary: sr, stationary bot becoming retrograde,
sd, stationary but becoming direct.
s.h. or } =a u speculative" horoscope. arrived at by calculation
spec hor when only the day and not the time of birth is ascertain·
able.
Sph=The Sphinx, an American monthly edited by Catherine
H. Thompson: Vats. i and ii, July 1899 to June 1900.
SS=The SOliZ aNd the Stars by A. G. Trent (nom-de-plum.e
of Dr. Richard Garnell). reprinted 1894 from University
Mag,uine for March, 1880.
ta=time approximate. Thus if information given is "about
sunrise" the map is calculated accurately for exact
sunrise, but the letters ta are ·added; similarly in other
cases.
tu=time uncertain, i.e., time for which map is calculated
is believed to be the birthtime, but tbe person 6upplying
information is Dot certain.
TB i, u=T,,,,, Book of Astrowgy, Vols.. I. and II., by Alfred J.
Pearce (Zadkiel 11.).
U=Urania, jao.Sep 1880, ed. by A. J. Pearce.
W= When and Where of Famous Men and Women (Routledge,
,/-).
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CONTENTS.
ALPHAIlETICAL LIST OF NAMES.
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A LUCKLESS YOUTH: a constaot train 01 accidents-run over. COII;\r-
bone broken (twice), bowels operated on (twice). is subject to fits
(continue for bours). feU into canal and nearly drowned, elC., ete.-
MA VI 285.
A PRINCE who may become a musician (Prince George).-"'A VII 29t.
A REMARI:ABLK NATIVITY: see Peary, Marie A
ABBAS EFFENDI, acknowledged bead and cbier of tbe 13a.bi s<:ct:
b. 24.5.18.....-H ii 201
ACTON, LoRU: b. 10.1.1834.-H ii 76.
ADVENTURESS, AN: personated a prominent member of religious sect,
and defrauded many tradesmen by her ingenious forgeries: a defec·
tive moral intellect.-HJN ii 193, MA 11 506. III ..9.
AGRIPPA. CORNELIUS: b. 14.9,1486.-G 163Q. C 491.J 541. CG 125.
AtNO ACTE: the celebrated singer.-(ps).
.. ALAN McAULAY": see Stewart, Charlotte.
ALB... NY. DUKE OF: see Prince Leopold.
.. ALBtON" DtS... STER: Number or persons submerged in the Th,lmes
at launching of war sbip Albion.-MA v 17·
ALCI ... TI, ANDRE.... Italian Jurist: b. 8.5.1492 (c); 12.1.1492 (Bl·-
C 466. J 542.
ALCYONE: Mr. J. Krishnamurti, head of tbe Order of tbe Star in the
East.-MA VJIll35, 268.
ALDEN, \V. L.: the American author and humorist, author 01
Advmtwrl$ of Jimmy nrowIC.-MA xiii 63·
ALEX"'NDER TUB GREAT: b. 1.7.3.57. B.C.-CG ,. quoted from
112.
(i) ALEX"'NDR"', Queen Consort or King Edward VII.-MA VII 274 (Sta,
LOri Dec. 1'97).
(ii) - s.h. by , Kymry.'-CE ii 102. 190·
(iiI) - a specula.ti.,-e horoscope.
ALFONSO V. KING OF ARR"'GON: b.15,12.1393·-]705.
ALLAN, SIR WILLI ... M. M. P. ror Gatesbead.-H]N II 222, 247·
ALLEN see Twins.
ALLONBY. EDITH: wrote a book called The Fulfilment, which not being
taken seriously, she committed suicide (by carbolic acid) under the
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ALPHABETICAL INDEX OF NAMES
HOUSE CusPs AND PLANETS (in. nU"1t"i,al ordtr)
50"'E EXPLANATORY. NOTES
Arrangement of the Book
The Pur-pose of the Book
Authentic Hor-oscopes
The Plan Adopted ..
Nativities of Pr-omincnt People ...
A Word on Speculative Horoscopes
Horoscopes Copied from Old Books
Major Planets 1800-1910, "Isis," etc.
Discrepancies in Dates
General Accuracy or Bir-tb Times
Abbreviations. Rerer-ences, etc.
A Suggestion
An Appeal
ON THE TABULATION OF HOROSCOPES
No"TES TO SECOND EDITION
As regards Accuracy... ..
Concerning some Recommendations
.. Whose Horoscope is it? '0 Table
Indistinct Numbers
Conections. etc.• concerning
maps Nos :-OJa 066 159 386 730 972
034 096 228 387 856999
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ALL
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AUS AUS
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BAR.
conviction that thereby she would dra.w attention to her boOk and to
the lesson she intended it 10 teach: (slue hor).-MA III 75-
ALL PLA,NBTS IN ONR QUADRANT: see Hamilton, Carmen Sylva.
386 ANARCHISTS. BENGAL, SUI'POSED LEADBR at": see Gbose. Mr. Aurobindo;
see also P. B. Oa5.
'18 ANNE, Queen of Hungary and Bohemia. b. 2".7.15°). Had 4 sons, IJ
daughters, and died in giving birth to a twelfth.-CG .
250 .. ANSWERS, MR.": see Fitzgerald. .
033 APHOREL: Co-editor, witb Alan Leo. of the Astrologer's Mag4zine
189O-96.-AM iv 10.
394 ApPEL, DR. LoUISE: well-known Theosopbist. translator of TIle Inherellt
Law of Life. by Dr. Kleinschrod (q.v.).-MA VI 346.
120 AQuEOUS TUMOUR, AND LOSS OF IIAm: underwent operation {or
abdominal watery tumour at 17. perfeclly bald even to eyebrows
(female).-lI1A ix 39.
025 ARGYLL, DUCHESS Oil (Princess Louise).-AM II 526; Til i 52; U 93.
054 .. \VONDl!R " (Charles Trippe): born without arms, uses feet
for all purposes, writes a.ud draws admirably.-MA i 131.
088 WARD (Cbarlcs Farrar Brown).-MA iv I18.
159 ARUNDRL AND SURRH:Y, EARL OF; 1St son of Duke of Norfolk: died in
1902 aged 23, born blind, deaf, dumb and lame, the gamut of sensa-
tion limited to laste, smell and touch, intellectual capacities exceed·
ingly limited, practically an imbecile.-MA xii 51. (iI) birth baroscope.
158 - (b) Pre-Natal Epoch.-MA xii 53.
635 AaUNl>EL, EARL 0 ..·. heir to the Duke of Norfolk: .. The Patrician,"
compare with" The Plebeian," No. 634: see AA d 28.
993 ASQUITH, RT. HON. H. H.: (SPI& hor)
8c}8 ASTRROS (, Johanna de Z!i.b '): a lady psychic, frequent contributor to
Ligllt.-(/)s).
808 ASTROLABUS; astrologer, occasional contributor to Comillg Evtllts.-
CE iii 233
376 ASTROLOGICAL RHsn:ARcn SOCIETY (re·named The Uranian Society):
founded 9.7 p.m. London; only continued in existence for
one year.-Tralls(utions of Ural/ian Socidy, p. 10.
977 ASTROLOGICAL SOcmT\', TilE: formed 19.6.09, 3.39.15 p.m. G.I\I.T.
London. W.-(ps).
883 ASTROLOGICAL SOCIETY, Secretary of the.
856 ASTROLOO-ER:" A Cavalry Officer," the author of AsII-oloC)' as it is.-
A} 134: (according to lJibliotlma Asfrologira, his initials are probably
J. A. H.).
547 AUGUSTUS 1., elector of Saxony: b. 3I.7.1526.--J 905, g06, CG 56.
3-45 AUSTRALIA'S HOROSCOPE: (i) Commonwealth declared and celebrated
throughout Australia 0.0 a.m. I. I. Igol--exactly 100 years after unioa
of Great Britain and Ireland. See UNITED KtNGDOM.-AfA I 18:J.
(ref. II 380, I 377)·
Ijd - (ii) the Birth of a Nation: (9.5.19°1.0.10 p.m.• Melbourne, open-
ing o( Commollwealth Parliament).-MA x 6 (refer l' ii, 168, 182).
AUSTRALIA'S PRI';:llIER: I-Ion. Alfred Deakin, M.P., Prime Minister of
Aust. Comm. H)03-4. J()oj·8, 19o9-10.-MA VII 382.
874 AUSTRIA. Archduke FRANZ FHROINANU, heir-apparent: (s1't&'\or).-
see Princess Hohenberg.
_ Archduke RUDQu' ai, son of Emperor Francis J oscph.-MA i 187.
vii 130: SS xix. ..
_ Empress ELIZABETH, consort of Emp. FranCIS Joseph; died by
assassination 10.9.1&)8.-CE iii 24g, 106; timeexuct; MA 11 316.
15:1 - FRANCIS JOSEPH, Emperor of; born four hours before
eclipse: [compare "Short Life (i) '·].-MA xi 178, VII 294, H ii 79
goo BACK. JOliN F.: candidate lor Germis.ton Legisl":,tive
(Transvaal). beaten by 15 votes only; IS a vegetanan (Wallacelte)
and nnti-\"accinist, as well as a Socialist: fotllldc.:d Transvaal Labour
Po.rty.-(ps) (lll).
;0-1 BACKHAUS, WILIlELM: the pianisl.-MA VI 54-1, VII 172, OMM i 176.
BJ7 BAIlEN-l--'owELL," B.P.," the hero of Mafeking, founder of the Boy
SCOllt movc.:menl.-Ch· iv 4,10, 460. 361, 391, DAtA! iii t24·
413 BAILE\'. l\IIL A. J.: ullsuccessful candidate for Sheffield, 1909:
(sensational lawsuit followcd).-MA VIi 17-'. also 210.
6g1 BAILLIH-\VEAVElt, I\·!R. H.: a well-known worker in all progressive
humane movemcnts; his wife is" G. Colmorc." qlJ (ps).
161 BALFOUR, I{T. HON. A. J., M.P. (ta).-ilfAxii 104.
772 BALZAC, DE: the noveliSI.-fJ i 249, ii 6. 60. 6g.
892 BANKRJEE, bDRA NATH: the ,. Mark Twain of Bengal"; a lawyer by
pi"ofcssion.-(ps).
13ANl!RJI, HON. JUSTICK Sm GOOROODAR, Kl., M.A., D.L.: late Jnstice
Hi"h Court, Calcutta; llame is a household word.in Bengal, where he
attained to the highest position an Indian can asrire to: a self-
made man in the true sense.-(ps).
j5!. BANKRUPT, A. -J-JjN 11,226,247'
093 13ANKRUPTCY AND CONSUMPTION: (sudden bankruptcy at 52, died of
lingering consumption at 54).-MA v 166.
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BARNATO, DARNEY (Barnet Isaacs): the South African millionaire
Severnl horoscopes of this gentleman ha\'e been puIJlisbed, but they
differ in the year as well as month and day. The Compiler has a.
copy of the birth-certificate of Barnet so.11 of Eli<l;s and
Amelia Isaacs formerly Mendoza, reglslered In the dlstncl of S.
BOlOlph, London, luly ninth, 1852: in this certificate tht; date of
BAR
4
BIRTH
BIRTH
5
BOM
bITID is given as 12.6 1852, and in the map here given this is taken as
the true date of birth. while the time is 7.35 a.m. as givcu by native
bimseJr.-MA iii 25. 31 : CE 1221, ii 23: Hi 211.
061 BARRETT. WIl.SOS: the Actor.-MA i. 227.
084 BASIlKERTSEYF. MARIE: author of the famousjouynaJ.-MA iii 123.
BATTIlNBERG: see Princess Beatrice.
9i8 BAUDELAIRE, CUARLES: the French poct.-1l1A 111166 (tbe date given
in SS would appear to be incotTecl).
82:1 Bi\ VARIA. Louis I., of; h. 25.8.1786; after a prosperous reign
10;1 his crown throl1f.:h his infatuation for Lola Monlez, a dancer.
His downfall was sudden and unexpected.-CE iv 167.
823 - I..oUlS 11., of, of above: committed suicide when
ins.1.nc; the ,::-reat friend and palmn of Richard Wagner (qv): born
same day and hour as his grandfather Louis I.-Cii iv 168.
logislhe U/fIldshflll i. 2, gives M.e. )( 20 and Asc. 'HI 17: the foregomg IS
by A. G. Trent (Dr. Hichard Garnett)].
939 -- PHI NCR HHGENT OF: b. J2.3.182t.-(ps).
859 BAX. MR. CLlI'""'ORD: editorof Qrj1lulIs. the Theosophical Art Quarterly
'34 .. B.(:21l MDRDllR," YAKMDUTII; (,) Hed>e., John Ilennell Slmllgilld his
wife on Yarmouth beach: (spu. /lOY. by .. Mercury ").-MA ix 185.
CE v 329.
135 - (2) Mrs. Bennett. HE 19°2, p. 40 (ta) see also MA xi 82, 89, 270.
737 BaACONSPlliLD: see lJisraeli.
319 BElT, ALFREI>; (spu hOT hy" Sarastro.")-lIfA III 474.
181 BELGIUM. SON 01' LEOPOLD L OF; b. 24.7.33. died 16·5·34·-Ha 45.
963 - II.: lale King of the Helgians.-F ii 83.
134 BENNETT, HRIWERT JOliN: see" Yarmouth Beach Murder.'
846 BERESFORD. LORD WILLIAM: d. 27.12.1900; sptchorby Evans Hugh.-
CE v 159.
109 BERRY. DR. CnARLES A1.8RRT: well-known Congregationall\·1inister.-
MA vii 289.
040 BI!SANT, MRS. Al'lNIE: President of the Theosophical Society.-MA IV
447: A.U iv (93, ([99). (28,1l; for lhe pre-natal epoch 1:' 450.
429 BllAGAVA:-I D"s; author of The Sriel/ce oj the Emotions, and 1he Samet of
Ptact.-MA VI I 396.
787 BlDDER. GRORG!!: the famous" ligillning calculator." was also a
practical engineer.--CE ii 84 ; M A vii 2GJ.
290 BIRTII "NO DI!AT1J: female, Mrs. P. (a) birth. Time noted by nurse
The death is given in (b) No. 291. Time vouched for in both
cases.-MA II 432
291 _ female, Mrs. P. (b) deatb. Dinh and dealh took place in
town, although 71 years aparl. Birth figure is 290 above.
349 - (i) Male; this is the map for moment of death of 01 lllap
348 (the proRressed planets being 0 :23, 1l 125, lJ)( 10, 9 =23.
t! D28, 1t H18, ? t17, If 14).-M"A IV 283.
350 - (ii) Male; native died from dot of blood on brain, 10 or J I a.m.
30.5.1906 London. (Planets p. places M.e. \:j: 25, Asc. "J/4; 0 Q1) 15.
V1l4. 'lIlJlO,
MAIV283·
25' BISMARCK, PIUNCB OTTO VON: the founder of Modern Germany.-
aI N ii 106; A Ad 19, also Star Lore. Feb. 98.
BLACK PKINCI! : see Edward
982 (Alfred Williams. author of Songs ill lViltshire).-(ps).
646 BLACKWELL. JAMES: Astrologer; b. 19+1628.-CG 1S9.
727 BLACKWOOD, ALGERNON: author of Joh,. SiJmce and other works 01
• occult fiction.'-(ps).
195 BLAKE:, WILLIAM: b. 28.11.1757, artist and poet; taken from Arthur
Symon's Life of Blake (originally from No. I, 1825).
018 BLAVATSKY, H.I!:LBNA PRTKOVNA: fnunder of LllClfer and author of the
Secret Doctrine; corrected from AM it 343. the map there given being
incorrect for the time stated: (but see also AM ii 477, 5°3, where
M.C. is said to be )( Ii' and Asc. 'HI 1]°) : see CE iv 48,231,249.292:
see also At A i 357, vii 59, 118; CE iv 117, 1(}8. where Sepharia
says: U H.P.S. herself informed me that it between midnight 0
the 31st [July OS] and sunrise of lhe next day." [[f this be correct f
12° shoula be added to D's place as here given. H. Whyte in H. p.
Blavatsky says night of the 30th-31St.]
629 BL1ND: male. lost right eye at 5 and left at 9 or 10; both ague and
fever at 13, died at 22: b. 24·5.1618.-CG 170.
962 BLOUNT, LADY, the Zetetist.-Fllture, July, 1894.
828 BLUl'lDELL: Lieut. \¥. A. B. Hollingshead Blundell. wounded in bailie
of Belmont, Natal, and died same night, 23.1I .99.-CE iv 224.
827 BaRR W Firing of the first shot by the Boers, 5 p.m. 11.10.99 Natal
Border.-CE iv 211. A very instructive figure.
815 BONHEUR, ROSA: the great animal painter, spec 1Ior by Sepharial.-
CE iii 382.
615 BOOKER, JOHN: Astrologer; b. 23.3.1601.-CG 181.
037 BORRHAM, RonKRT: Astrologer.-AM iv 106.
BORGHBsE: see Pope Paul iv.
"73 VI.
227 BORN IN AFLOOD: female child; house surrounded by floods of the
Meiktala lake at time of birth. and six inches more of water would
have deluged the birthroom of the infant; died OtLt the age of two
.onths.-(PJ).
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BORN BULL
666 BORN IN A. MOU.NING COACH: mother returning with husband and
sons from funeral of daughter who died of consumption (ta}.-MA v
56.
360 BORN IN A PeNITENTIARY: male, mother in prison for grand larceny
at SUl Quentin prison.-MA IV 453-
:z8] BORN INCOMPLETE: male. very large when born, no bands (the portion
of limb from midway between elbow and wrist on each arm missing;
on left foot two smaller toes absent; also longue-tied, and could not
nurse, died in 5 days lXICct).-Af A 198.
929 BORN WlTn ACAUL: see" A Human Document."-MA VIn 228.
811 DORROW. GEORGE HENRY: author of LtilItngro; hor-(eE iii 285).
850 BoUCICAOLT, Dl0N: the dramatist (ta).-U 96
°32 BOULANGRR, GENERAL: (French President).-F ii JI6, AM iii 281, ii
370, iii 10'
49t BOURIION, DUKI! OF: Charles, Duke of Bourbonnai!l, known as the
Constable de Bourbon; b. 16.2.1489 ; died at 39 by bursting of a shell
at the siege of Rome.-J 464
315 Boy EXPLORKR: see Stanley Conder.
079 Boy MUROY.RtRS: (Brothers" A. B." and" Y. Z."); (i) .. A. B."-
MA ii 516.
080 - (ii) .. Y. Z." See also 51,,1' Lore, No.8, p. u8.
354 BRAITIIWAITE, LILIAN: the well-known actress (ta).-MA IV 304.
075 BREECH PRF.SllNTATION: (still-born child).-MA ii 284.
HRETT: see Dare.
906 BRIAND. ARISTIOE: late French Premier.. -(ps).
(/ff).-F ii 82: U 165; RPM 1880.
1"1 - male (ii).-MA x I'll.
1,,2 - male (iii).-MA I I'll.
157 - male, thrown off carriage and wheel went over left forearm
and shin bone of left leg, resulting in simple fracture of small
bone of arm and deep flesh wound in leg; this at the of 52 ;
three months later native's father died.-MA xii 20
925 BROOXS, F. T.: anthor of The Gospd of Lije.-MA VII[ 152.
183 BROUGHAM, LORD, Lord Chancellor: invented the carriage which bear!
his name; b. T9.9.1778.-H It 129
826 BROUGHTON, DR. LUKE D. : a well-known astrologer. Pres. of the Astr.
Soc. of Americ.a.-CE iv 178
332 BUCKHAM, RICHARn. executed 4{.t2.o6 for murder of Mr. and Mrs.
Watson, by shooting them.-MA [V 122.
B2 BUNGALOW MURDER: see Richard Buckham.·-MA IV 122.
'Xi3 DOLVlrIGHTER, A: (Manuel Garcia. killed in the Plaza de Toros,
Madrid 27.5.94).-MA i 288.
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BUR CAR
895 BORAR, L. C. : a well·known musician of Calcutta; speciality. vocal
music.-(ps).
126 BORNAND. SIR FKANCIS C. : latc Editor of PI/I/cll, etc.-At A ix 133.
806 BURNS, MR. JOHN, M.P.: Pres. Local Go\'1. Board.-CE iii 202; MA
VIII 257.
687 BURNT TO 1)f!ATH: female, a teacher, whilst standing with back to fire.
dress caught. she was terribly burnt, and died from effects (ba).-
AlA 160.
889 - was cooking her food a.nd dress caught fire; died three days
later. aged
107 BURROWS, HIHWKRT: the socialisl.-MA VB 23.
136 BURTON, [SABEL LADY: wife of Sir R. Burton.-iIfA ix 216; F ii 162;
MA III 318: CE iii 251.
356 BORTON, SIR RICHARD: the explorer and translator of Nights
(tel, rectified).-MA IV 358, 359; F ii 146 (compare with Mr. Joseph
Wallace).
185 BYRON, ADA' daughter of the poet.-H b 24. also lJohn's Lilly 465.
752 (i) BYRON, LoRD: the poet. This map was published by Pearce in TIll
Fulure, ii 72, data taken from a letter preserved in the British Museum.
A horoscope for 1.18 a.m. was published by the astrologer John
Varley, but this is now considered incorrect.-See correspondence
to below
723 (ii) - according to L. D. Broughton. who says it was 'obtained from
an authentic source. '-Elements of Astrology. p. 324. But seecorres-
pondence. etc., in AM iii 119; MA iii 119. 1[475. 524, III 47. ,,8; AI
1'17: U 287.
CALCULATING PRODIGY: see Bidder.
522 CAMEO .\ND INTAGLIO, Artist in: Alexander Cesatus of Florence; b.
4-4-1506.-G 1652.
529 -: Johannes Antonio de Rubeisof Milan; b. 6.3·1513.-G 1653.
940 CAMPUELL·BANNKRMAN, SIR HENRY: the late Premier (spec ho,.).-
O!l1M i 55.
497 CO\MPEGGIO, MARCO ANTONIO, Bishop: b. 6.4.1491.-G 1598.
485 - THOMASSO, Bishop: b. 29 4·1483·-G 1597
;:s65 CAN'T EAT FRUIT: female, was simply unable toeat fruit or vegetables,
smell of fruit made her feel sick.-MA V 93
9O! CAPELLA, MADAM, also known as Madam Marchant: a psycbic.-(ps).
553 CARDAN, BAPTIST.!!:. son of Jerome Cardan: was beheaded; b. 1".5.I,n4
-J 171·
514 - JEROME: mathematician and astrologer; b. 2-4.9.150I.-C ,,68;
J 293·
591 CARDINAL PERETTI: b.29.11.I5'72.-MS.
6-48 (iii) CHARLES II. King of England.-MA IV. 314,375.
(rv) c. map in Bernard's MSS. shows 11Jl25 uc."-F ii 63·
510 CHARLES V.: Emperor of Germany and King of Spain; b. 23.2.1500;
a.ccording to GlJllricu$ whose figure is here given; Carda,.'s figure
, for 24.3.ljOO.-G 1608; C 462; J 204.
CHAKLES V.• daughter or.-see Margaret.
393 CHARLESWORTH. MISS VIOLET" GORDON," spec ',or.-1JfA VI. 320, 321.
105 CIlARUBliL (Mr. John Thomas): author of Degrees oj the Zodiac SYlllbo-
lised.-AfA iii II9, vii 116 (I 58). VI. 144,180; H)N II 217, 247·
(See Extraordinary Statement.)
027 CHATRB., PROPESSOR KERO iii I, 25. 49. 73. 97. where
delineation and comments are given
221 CHATTERJEE, BUNKIM Ch.; "th. Walter Scott of Benga1."-(ps).
66., CHATTlIRTON, THOMAS: b. 20.11.1752.-MA IV 232.
CUBIRO : see Palmist.
355 CHILD OF A LEPER. male; child's mother a leper. tubercular, epileptic.
age 23, of German stock but California born; father & Swede about
45, of normal healtb, employed as steward in hospital of which
mothor was inmate. Child at birth weighed. 9tbs., quite well as far
as known, analysis of blood showed no trace of leprosy.-MA IV.
252 STRANGLED AT TABLE: strangled by .tring of a. "soother"
through off cbair.-lIfA I 283
187 CHILD STRANGLED BY ITS MOTHER: (boy) mother strangled it. and threw
it lOta mill-dam when 21 days old, (ta).-Hb 84 (compare with A. L.
Morrison)
839 CHINA: the late Emperor of (Kouang Su); b. 2.8.72; spec hor by
Kymry.-CE iv 416
CHITNIS, J. T.: <:.n Indian Astrologer of considerable reputation·, recently
deceased; founder oC the Bombay Astrological Society.-(ps): ref.
AlA VI. 258.
389 CHOPIN, FRimH-RIC FRANCOIS, the composer.-MA VI 256 (compare
nativity of Georg:es Sand)
911 CHURCHILL. RT. HON. WINSTON: spechor-OMM iII....
149 (i) MARCUS TOLLIUS: b. 3.1.106 B.C. (W); (recalculated by
c, Sepharial.")-MA Xl 93
438 (ii) CICERO, MARCUS TULLIUS: according to Ca.rda.n; b. ei.8.105 B.C.
-C 464 ; J 544 (684) ; CG II9
322 CLAIKVOVIt,NT, A NATURAL; (male).-MA III 510.
CLARENCE, DUKE of: see Prince Albert Victor.
564 CLAUDE of FRANce, daughter of Henry II. of France. wife of Dul.:o of
Lorra.ine; b. 11.10.1547.-) 704.
50) CLIt,UOIA, wife oC Fn.ncis I. of France; b. I6·9.I499·-{G or J).
8
CARDINAL CRA
'96 - ANTONIO FACHINIlTTI: b. IO.3.1575.-MS.
556 - ANTONIO MARIA DE SALVIATIS: b.21.1.1537.-MS.
521 - ALBSSANDRO CAMPEGGIO: b. :1.1 IS04.-G 1598.
601 - CUARLIlS PIUS: b.3.I.I583.-MS.
567 - DOIoIlNICK (;VMNASEDS: b. I9.7.1551.-111S.
-- FABRICIUS VRROSPIOS: b.6.3.1572.-AlS.
- GIBBONS: (rose rapidly (.om an obscure priest to highesl nnk lu
Catholic Church in America) {tll).-MA i 227.
500 - CIOVANNI DR POGGIO: b. 21.1.1493.-G 1607.
,,82 - HIPl>OLYTE O'ESTE; brother 01 Alfonso. Duke of Ferrara; h.
I9·3·
1
179·-G 1599; 1737·
478 - JACOPO SAOOLETO. Bishop of Carpentras: b. t6.3oI478.-G 1596
- JEROMU ALBSSANUkO: b. I4.2.1480.-G 1597.
578 -- LRWIS ZACIIIA: b. 19.3.I557.-MS.
171 - LoRBNZO CANPEGG10: b. 7.II.I.J74.-G 1596.
SSo - MAKGOTIUS LANFRANCIIl: b. I2.9.1559.-MS.
618 - MAZAKIN: b. 14.7.160z.-CG 87
493 -- NICCOLO DR GAOl! of Florence; b. 25.5.1490.-G 160z.
579 -- OCTAVIUS DANDlNI: b.25.IO.I558.-MS.
593 - OOOAKOUS FARNRSE: b.6.I2.1573·-MS.
603 - PANRIROLl: b. I2.I.1587.-MS.
SSS - PRTER AOROBANDINK: b.30.3.1571.-MS.
,,66 -- PIETRO BIIM60: b. 20.5.1470·-C "95; CG 85.
602 - RICIiELlRU: b. 8.g.IS85.-CG 86.
511 - RUDOLFOPIO, 01 Carpi: b. 24.2,.1500 (compare Charles V. of
Spain).-G 1603.
659 - SPINELLI: b·4·I.1654·-AfS.
167 CARKIlEK, JOHN: the champion wrestler (compare with Ma.urice Hew·
lett. autbor of Brazt/lhead in Milall).-MA xii 246
423 .. CARMRN SYLVA": Queen of Roumania.-MA VII 306.
857 CARNARVON, EARL of: autbor of The Moo, and DOlt Pedro: b. 8.6.1800.
0H French Pre3ident.-AM V 28; F ii 8.
125 CARROLL, LEWIS: author of Aliu in Wonderland and The f1l.mting ofthl
Snark. -MA ix 132.
107 CHAMIH!RLAIN, RT. HON. JOSEPH.-MA vii 212; HJN h 87,151.
OIl ClUNKY. \V. H.: author of Chaney's Primer oj Astrology.-AM ii, 413; H
i 139.
61.. CHAIlL.Il:·S L King of England: b. Ig.II.I60o.-CG IS. MA IV 232.
650 (i) CHIt,RLES U. King of England: b. 29.5.1630; a.ccording to Sibly
-MA IV 232.
649 (ii) CUARLES II. King of Gt. Britain: Bonatti, Ant. Franc.-Nm.c.
Astro. Nat. Dub. 1687 (p. 1I6).
CRA
9
CLA
CLE
10
coo coo
11
DAT
'101 COOI'RR. JOHN: translator of Placidus' Primltm Mobile. b.25·2.[778.-
RPM 1880.
469 COPERNICUS, NICOLAUS: the astronomer; b. 19·2.1473·-J 550.
320 COURAGEOUS COUPLE: (female): ". . . if the catastrophies the stars
predict for nle and my future husband r.ome to pass. we must just lace
them. and it is curious how his horoscope corroborates mine, for he
has also had his done by you." The husband is well· known as a
translator of various philosophical works.- MA Il1490. IV 14I.
321 - husband of the above.
433 Cox. FItANCIS A.: Hon. Sec. National Equine Defence League,-Mil
VB 4ro.
6g2 LRABBE, GEQRGR: the poet (/Il).-RPM 1880.
191 CRIPPLE: male; feet inverted (active and intelligent); b. 16.3· 1798,-
H b 165
190 - FEET TURNED INWARDS: .female; (good-looking and c1ever).-
H b 165.
613 (i) CROMWELL, OUVI!lt (according to Gadbury) : b, 24.4·1599·-CG 145;
MAJV232.
068 (ii) CROMWlcLL. OLlVEK (according to PartridgeL-1I1A ii 53. refer vii
229, xi 11,92.98, also VII 393.
645 CROMWELL. RICliARJ): son of Olive.; b. 4.IO,1626.-GG 151.
82J CROSLAND, NKWTON: an original thinker on occult phenomena and an
active writer.-CE iv 96, 97.
CROSS, \V. S.: see" Scrutator:'
686 CRUSHEI)'J"O DEATH in Leeds Station. 50y. 8m. (remale).-MA 160 (ba).
014 CULPEPER. NICHOLAS: author of the I-leybl/l.-CG 140; AM ii iJ6.
079 CLEFT PALATE (moUlh a series of roofs, none joining. Can return
food out of nostrils; mouth perfect oUlwardly).-MA iii 63.
907 CU'':M£NCHU. GI!OKGP.S: French Minister of the Interior J906-9.-(PS).
9Sg CLEO OE i\lEIWIlI!; the famous dancer, and royal favourite.-lIfA IV.
336.
934 COATES, Ph.D.• mesmerist: author of HuTtlQn Afagllltlsm, etc.•
(ta).-OM At ii 206.
309 COBBE, F'H.ANCI·:S PoweR': founder of the Anti-vivisection movement.-
MA I 20( (ttl).
967 COLJ::RIDGI!, I..oRD': (Lord Chief Justice ii 468.
101 COLERlD(;E, T .... VLOR; the poet: b. 21.IO.1772.-MA vi 1'16.
024 COLKY. HENRY: author of Clavis Astr%gill Elimala.-AM ii 507.
255 COLLIlW, A l'Rosl'lwaus: an ulter materialist, suffered tram locomotor.
ataxy, Ilsed vcry foullansuaf!,e.-HJN ii 107
200 COLLINS, MAil!?!.: author of The Idyll oj the Whit, LolliS. etc. (see Mrs.
Keningale Cook). .
406 COLMOltR. G.: ::wthor 01 Pn'csts of ProC"lS5, SIIf/mgette Sallv. etc.-MA
VII 8. See Baillic·Weaver.
'627 COLUM:-<A, JOliN: Patriarch of Jerusalem; b.2l.4.rGI2.-MS.
Sgo CONCUSSION Oli BRAIN: riding his cycle. when knocked down by a motor
car, remained unconscious for 8 days.-(ps).
315 CONDER. STANLEY: the notorious" boy explorer," was drowned in
Canada in 1910, aged I6.-MA III 364, IV 94; see My Friends' Horo-
scopes. in which an account of his death i9 given,
712 CONNAUGIlT, DUh:E OF: b. J.5_IS50.-F ii 101; U 272.
34'8 CONSUMPTION: (male), three children of same family have already pre·
deceased him; died aRe 25; (ta).-MA IV 282.
'010 - (lungs) a case of; female.-MA ii IOC).
&,8 -- OF BoWBLS: male; handsome and youth, died at 22 of
c.b.-MA xi &" 202.
.847 CONTROLLtNG THE WBATIIER: Me Dean. of Darwen. Lanes., who
.. claims to have discovered the secret of controlling the weather," to
have ., discovered the life of electricity and to work on the weather
through this."-CE v 203. [Compare" Magnetic Man" who. like
'155 a dp ur
two.-MA xi 297.
-841 COOK, MISS FLORENCE (Mrs. Corner): the medium through whom
• Katie King' manifested to Sir (then Mr.) William Crookes: (ta).-
CE v 19, (iv 2571.
COOK, MRS;. EafflNGl\L& (" Mabel Collins "): author of The SJar
Sapphire anc
l
other books; and well-known worker in Anti-vivisection
cause.-(ps. tal.
1<0 DXATH. HEINRICH: the well·known contributor to .\fader,., Ast,..logy.-
"fA vii 322, 357.
DANTE. ALGHJE:RI: (author of the lllfmlo). as calculated by Sepharial
[111 and lV recalculated] .-CE v 96 (ta) .
DARK. PH\'LLIS: the actress.-A A b 46.
DARE, ZBNA: the actress (now Hon. Mrs. Mau.ice 13rett).-AA b .-
DAS, P. B.: leader 01 Indian Anarchists' section at Dacca, under ...ent
trial in 19II.-{/'S).
"DATAS," the HUMAN ENCYCLOPEDIA: tours the variety theatres. giv.
ing dates of all notable events in the history of the world; reads with
avidity anything he can lay hands on ; as infant very delicate, could
not walk before 6. had to earn living as newsboy at 11. at 15 left
railway situation a.s pa.cel boy and six months in L.P.D. Co. ;
\" '91 in retort house of ga.sworks; June IC)OI first engaeement in
Standard Music Hall, Victoria, S.W. (while still at gasworks);
commenced independent career 29.7.01.-(PS).
1162 DELVILLR. MONS. JRAN: the artist; President of the Lodge
(Belgian) and a frequent contributor to Orpneus, the Theosopblcal Art
Qu&rterly.-(Js).
323 DBMI-MoNDAINE. A,--MA IV 34.
484 DENMARK: CHRISTIAN II.• King of; b. 1.7_1481.-J 491 ; CG 5'2.
519 - CHRISTIAN III., King of; b. 12.8.1503·-J 363.
160 - CHItISTIAH IX., King of: father of Queen Alexandra.-MA xii 59.
60. III 135; F i 83_
625 - FREDRRICKIII., King of; son of Christian IV.; b. 18/28.3.1609.-
CG 37.
418 - FRltOERICK. King of; b. 3.6.1!43.-MA VII 300.
. 996 DEPIlW. CHAD"NCIlY: famous raconteur (ta).-Spn i 103, 106.
893 DEY. MANWATA SHAN: musician; died as result of a tramcar accident
while trying to board the car.-(ps).
102 DICKENS. CHARLBS.-MA vii I4 (ii 43. VII 527). This map is without
doubt correct. according to Childhood and Youtll of Chari,s Dicklns.
L1.ngton. 1883, pp. 13. 14·
800 .. DieD IN HAllNItSS": (i) male, collier, killed io Seaham Colliery
explosion. aged I7·-eE ii 3'14
Sol - (ii) male. stok.er, killed by truck falling on him, aged 26.-CE ii 345.
802 - (iii) male. seafaring engineer. fell overboard and was drowned.
26.-CE ii 345
163 DIPHTHERIA: male; died of diphtheria at 20 months old.-MA xii 132.
287 DIPSOMANIAC (periodical): ma.le; will lor considerable period.
and then under pressure of adverse planetary influences go on
protracted drinking bouts.-JI1A 11429
737 DISRABLI, BBHjAMIN: Lord Beaconsfield.-U 105: AlA iii JIg.
345 DIVINING ROD: the nativity of a water diviner.-AfA IV 236.
125 DODGSON, REV. CHAS. LUTWIDGE: see Carroll.
DOGs: see Yum-Yum, Queen Norma
440 DOMITlAN: Roman Emperor; h 24.10.54 A.D,-J 436.
860 DRAYTON. HON. EOWARO. C,M.G.: Colonial Sec. of Grenada, B.W.I.
312 PREMONITIONS, ETC.: male: remarkable case, native gives
several instances of fulfilled premonitions, strange dreams, and states
he has frequently seen his own body as though It were that of
Q
r!>on.-MA III 191,233.34°.
317 (i. DREYFUS. ALFRED: Ihe hero of" L'Affai.re Dreyfus," There has
een much dispute about Dreyfus's horoscope; this is cast for date and
time furnished by Mayor of Mulhausen (ta).-CE iv 3, 4. 5, 100, 101:
(MA III 460): see also CE ii 186, iii 65.161,445. iv .... 34. 57.81,100.
102, 104, 127, v 125.
317 (ii) DREYFUS: (slm hor by Kymry) gives M.C. .n 1, Ase. ms,-Spn t 3'.
12
DAU DEF
799 DAt1DET. ALPHONSE.-CE ii 341.
878 DAVENPORT, F. W.: well-known author of • Elements' of music.-(ls,
tal·
!12s DAVBY. MRS. KATHLEEN: the Wembley Park Estate claimant; .. Her
one aim in life to arouse the public to a sense tbat the W.P.E. was
national and not private property."-eE iv 176.
703 DAVY, SIR HUWPIIRY: chemist: b. I7.I2.I778.-RPlIf 1880.
",03 DAWSON, CRAS. E.: the artist.-MA VI 510 (I); (ps), (ta).
226 DE, MR. HARINATIJ: librariaa of the Imperial Library, Calcutta; a
ma.sLer of all the Oriental anrl Asiatic languages, as well
as Greek, Latin, German, etc.; possessed a wonderful memory; die<1
in a fortnight of typhoid fever. 30.8.19II.-(;s).
166 DEAF AND Dorow: male, deaf, dumb and idiot; lived only 2 years
(birth believed to be premature by about 3 weeks).-MA xii 176.
427 DEAKIN. HON. ALFRED: see Australia's Premier.
102 DEATil BY DROWNING at 27: male. drowned while bathing abroad.-M/:
VI 163
DBATII BY DROW!Wm: Case 2; child, died at 3 years of age; b.3.4.1652.
-Quoted in !.fA vi 113.
168 DEATII PROM HMNORRHAGE: internal. :a.rter (two preVIOUS
each of which nearly proved fatal).-MA xii 250, 251.
677 DEATH ON EVE OF MARRIAGE: aged 35 (male). [N.B.-The planets in
this map (e77) are incorrect. they should be: D Sl27,
'1 SlI3!Jl., fll1ll9, 2/.&11, 'l,S1.29.llID12,(V)(29Jl.. The
houses are correct] .-AlA xi 67. 201.
761 DEt'"ALCATING BANK CLERK. A: Is said to have swindled tbe French
public out of about eight millioos sterling.-HJN II 229. 247; com-
pare with D. S. Windell. (No. 391).
266 DEFAULTING HUSBAND: female. married at 23; husband left .. to seek
work" 35 years ago. and has not since been heard of; native. became
imbecile and has since died: had 9 children, 4 living (all married), two
daughters widows. and son's wife now in lunatic asylum. one daughter
scpo from husband throuR"h displlte.-MA Il 48, 143, 383.. .
087 - native is unmarried, but has rl child, but father of child did not
turn up at the Church to the wedding ceremony, but deserled her,
having robbed her of money.-ilfA iv 109.
6']0 DEP"ECTlvl! MENTALITY: male; never walked nor spoken, appears per-
fectly sweet-tempered; but is unable to do anythiug for himself
althongh I) years old.-MA xiv 24
689 DEFORMED:" H..X." : (male). incomplete spina-bill/rIa over the sacrum;
xtil
179·
DEL
13
DRE
I4
ERA
15
DWA
DWARF (male): see Marshall P. Wilder, author of People J "au. sm;ltA lI.·II,•.
EARL: see under earldom.
,p8 EARLY DEATH: male, died aged aher violent exercise, .. don',
think it was heart Cailure"; athletic and successlul in studies.-JIfA
VII 391.
135 EDt\L]I. CHORGE: convicted of horse-maiming outrages in Great Wyrle)';
by many thought innocent.-MA VB HI.
206 EOELYKLT. ALBERT: the well-known Finnisb painter.-(p.s. IQ).
741 EOGI!, MR. S. F.' the well-known racing mOlC'rist.-(Ps. tal.
007 EDINBURGH. DOK& m:: later Duke of b. 6.8.18H.-AM
i .102; F i 101. His son was Prince AHred oC Saxe-Coburg (which
see).
OTO EDISON, THOMAS A: the inventor.-AlI1 i 196.
234 EOWARD THE BLACK PRINCE.-RPlIf 1882, p. 64.
233 EDWARD III., King of England.-RPlII 1882. p. 64.
557 EDWARD VI., King of England; b. I I. 10. 1537.-J 102,472; CG 9.
002 EDWt\RO VIl., KING.-AM i 10; lIfA ix 99. x 26, xii 129. 292, Vll 270.
AA 415, b 10
897 EOWARDS, JOliN PASSMOk£: latc proprietor of tbe Ecllo and Counder of
the Free Libraries which bear his name.-(spIC hor).
805 ELGIN, LoRD: ViclOr Alexander Bruce; sometime Viceroy of India
a speculative horoscope by Sepbarial.-CE iii 180.
047 ELIOT, GEORGH: the 1l0velisl.-A.lIf v 99.
ELIZABETH, EMPRESS; see Austria.
55] (i) ELlZt\UHTH. Queen of England; b. 7.9.1533: according lo
-CG 12.
552 (ii) ELlZt\UI!TIl, Queen of England: according- to Junctinus.-J 685.
651 ELIZABETH, second daughler of Charles 1.: only 15 years;
b. 28.12.1035.-CG 18.
562 ELiZABI!TII: daughter oC Henry II. of Frauce, married Philip II. of
Spain; b. 2.4.J546; d. in child-birth 1568.-J 373.
766 ELLIS, HAV1!LOCK: author oC Srxtfal blVtrsioll and other works.-H i
102.
830 ELLIS. TOM, M.P.: son of a tenant farmer, commenced as a tulol',

Ministerial Whip, later Chief Whip oC Opposition; married at 39 ;
died abroad at 40: once prostrated with typhoid in Egypt.-CE iv
25°·
EPILEPSY:" E. C. A." (male).-j,fA x.i 153. 250.
EXAsJolus RHIUNliOLDUS: author and publisher of the .. Prutenick
Tables"; b. 2I.I0.J51r.-CG J77 when III 'T' II, qI:- 9.
DWA
700
94'
7°'

was dying.-MA III 42.
391 "D. S. WINDELL": perpetrated the notorious' d- swindle' fraud on
London Banks.-MA VI 291, 320. Compare Defalcating Bank Clerk.
Doc D' AUM.... LK: b. 16.I.22.-MA III 166 (bulletin time).
DUCHESS OF ANGOULlUnt: (Bourbon family). daughter of Louis XVI.;
b. 19.12. 1778.-RPM 18n. Compare H. Davy.
OF PAR....... : sister to Duke of Bordeaux (Bourbon family).-
RPM 1877
Dovy, LADY ALEX.... NDRA VICTORIA.-AM i 269 (see Fire).
DUFF, LADY MAUll: (daughtcl" of D. of Fife).-Allf iii 270.
DUK!!, DuclIl!ss: see also under christian name or title of Dukedom.
See also Due.
DUKI!: OF ANGOULEMR: (Bourbon family), Dauphin of France, son of
Charles X.-RPM 1877
701 - 08 BJ!RRl: (Bourbon family); was assassinated; b.21.I.I778.-
RPliJ 1877.
- OK BoRDUAOX: (Bourbon family) (proclaimed Henry V. at
Bordeaux in I830).-RPM 1877; CE iv 131.
- Olf BUCKINGHA.W. GEORGE VILLIRU: b.28.8.1592.-CG 66 j MA
IV 232.
- DB NBMOURS: (Bourbon family).-RPM 1877.
- OF NORFOLK'S SON: see Arundel. Earl of.
- 01: PARMA: Rainutius Faroese; b. 26.3.IS6g,-.MS.
(i) DUMAS, ALEXANJ)RE: (pre), the great novelist; b. 21.7.1802.-CE
iii 426. This is the date in 11th Ed. of Encl. Brill.
(ii) DUMAS, ALEXANDRE (Pt.'-re): while some authorities give 1802, Cham-
ber's Entyclopadia and Alice M. Rushlon's AI/tographs and Birthdays oj
Emwent PtrSOlU gives 1803. and the foJlowinK figure is cast for
Bl1sson), the Pllnch artist
(author of Trilby).-MA ii 523.
DURER, ALBRECHT: the painter; b. 2o·5·1471.-G 1651 ; C 502; J 547.
DURNING-Lt\WRRNClt, SIR EnWIN: President of the Baconian Society;
author of "Bacon is Shakespeare"; (spec ;'or, founded on the
by pre-natal epoch, see MA VIII 84).
DWARF': (sell: not stated); b. 21.I2.I607.-CG 212
DWt\RF (male): head very large.-MA xi 67, 202.
DWt\Rl" (male) : (N. G. "V. Winner; height 36 inches, weight 421bs.,
married at to a d..... arf of 18 weighing 65\bs., height 10 inches; a
brilliant conversationalist and first class en1ertainer).-MA i 301.
709
820
DRU
29
6
081
01
5
°3'
16
ERA FLA
..6. ERAS"OS ROTltROOAWU5: Orator quam Pucta; b. 28.10.1401.-
G 1634; C ] 272, 542; CG 82
204 ERVAST, PEKKA: the leading theosophist of Finland.-(!,s).
58. ESSEX: Robert Devereux, Earl of; b. II.Ir.I,566.-CG 4.5.
4So D'EsTE., GIUl..lQ: b. I5.7.I478.-G 1679. Ref. under Cardinal.
524 D'EsTI!, H'PPOLYTE: Archbishop of Milan; b. 24.3.1509.-J 738.
717 EXBTE.R TUEATRlt: Foundation Stone laid. 12.5.86, I.IS p.m. This
Theatre was destroyed by tire 5.9.87 and 188 lives were lost.-F ii
[92 into
and was nearly smothered, being recovered with difficulty; at 8lleft
ann, left side of face and neck severely burnt, whereby al"m was con-
tracted and underlip drawn on one side; (tfl).-ZltdkieJ's llfag(uifu.
Jan. 1849, p. 32.
980 EXTRAORDINARY STATRMHNT; "Charubel" slates that his molher who
has been dead for 50 years has re-inC<1.rnated in a poor
child whose horoM:ope is here given. See" CJIARUBEL. "-MA 158.
FRAllCE
17
FLE
106
979
954
953
95
2
5
66
696
533
955
535
9711 ..... 5., Esq.: M.P. for Hampstead.-(p.J).
z64 FOQO titled lady, charitable and kindly. refined and
ent uSlastlc thotlF{h somewhat extreme in views; died of ca.ncer
..a.vlng successfully concealed her disease and snfferinRs from tbose
about her: a true humanitarian and example of fortitude and
faith.-lijN ii 194.
FOOT (Hlc.IlT) REPHATRI>LY INJORRO: (native did not brealh. till about
2 hours after deli\'ery, thought to be born dead). Note that lhis i,
same ascendant as the poet Goethe, who was also born .. dead. "_
MA vii 160 (also 216,219,245).
FORKTOLI} HIS OWN DKATH: Mr. Prederick Reynolds correctly
by" accident to motor C!yc1e," (through horse
7
8
4 FORT?NATH THR?OGII male, singularly fortunate (hrough
astrol_glcal adVice, money, avoiding danger, etc.-CE
11.5.
FOUR INTI!:Rl!STING CASES: A. "had to be killed before birth (0 be
born," i.e. to renner possible.-(ps) Sex nOl stated (/a).
-B: Born dead: a SIX monthi:l' child, and had Oil its head a mark
like a previolls child?f same mother injured by foreep., in delivC"ry:
doctor Olnd nl1r:ie think rnvther must ";'lve seen that child, and this
mark was the result tha.t mental (/,s) (/a).
-C: mother of thiS child .. had mea."les, influenza and anolher
fC"er and almost di ..d under confinement, hill the child is living and
appears strong."-(jJs) (/a).
- D: male. of t",,:ins: concei"ed before legal marriage-the
first or other t\Yln forCibly removed at 5 months, this one born at
8 months (or rather delivered by forceps). ancl still IivinR after seven
months-very trying" time at first, much neglect, almost l!itarvation,
and unkindncss.-(Ps) (ta).
NILI!:S: the celebrated phrenolol-';i!it.-JlfA Ii 234,
FRANCE: CIIARLES IX.: b. '17.6.I.syJ.-] '30
- CHARLES X. : (Bourbon famil}').-RPM 1877.
: son of Francis I., died a( the age of 14:
5
0t
-:- l.: b. I2·9·1494.-G 1623; C 463: j 489; (whero U
2
3
IS glven as [he asc.).
.56r -- FRANCIS 11.: son of Catherine de Medici and husband 01 Mary
b. 19·1.1544;]. 19.1.1543 W.-] 28.5.
- (I) !iftNRY 11.:. husband of Catherine de Medici: b.31.3. ISt!t;
to 1612: J I6g: CE ii 49. 50, 5.5.
- (11) HR:"IRY II.: according to Argel (quoted in CG 23).
ARMAND: French Presider:t.-(ps).
FARNeS!!, ALEXANDRo: see Pope Palll III.
FARNESIUS, OCTAVIUS: b. g.10.1524.-j 156.
FASTING MAN: Mons. Beaute, ex-holder of the World's Fasting Record.
-OMlIfii 149.
FAT BoY, A: (Chariey Bilcher. the' fattest boy in lhe World ').-
MA i30I.
FATAL 26TH AUGUST: David Phillips. who for a number of years
met wilh an accident on 26th August. See Slrand MagtfZinl January
1907, p. 99·-MA VI 177. IV 250, 380, 381, 382.
FAURH, FELIX: President of the French Hepllblic; said to have been a
lover of Mme. Steinheil (qv).-CE iv 381, 382, on authority of A. G.
Trent. 111'A vi 50.
Faust, the author of (Goethe); HJN ii. 18.1, 11. 176.
"FAUST. DOCTOk": a very clever Danish jllggler.-(ps).
FAY, EDWARD FRANCIS: "Uounder": humorous journahst.-MA ix 13-1-.
FERDINAND, KING OF ROME: b. JO.3.1503.-G 1610.
FERDINAND II.. KING OF HOME: b. 1.".6.1529.-G 1611.
FERDINAl'D Ill., Emperor of Germany: b. 12/2·7·1608.-CG 33.
FERDINAND V., I\ing of Spain: b. '11.3.1450j (10.3.1452 fV).-j 676.
FERRARA, ALFONSO, DUKE 01": b. 21.7.1476.-G 1620; J 123.
FIFE: Princess Alexandra and Maud of (daughter of D. of), see Duff.
FITZGERALD \V. G.' the well·known journalist ·'1\Ir. Answers."-lIfA
ii 386,1264.324.
FLAMMARION. CAMILLE: the Em:nent ASlronomer. -(p$). 8,-
B
18
021 GADBURY, JOHN: Astrologer; author of The Doct"j,ze oj Nativil£lS, (te.;
b. 31.12. I 627 .-CG 190; AM ii 461.
736 GAMHETTA, LEON: French Statesman, died from accidental pistol shot.
-Pearce's THt Booh ii 288.
855 GAnFIELD, PRESIDENT James Abram.-U 287.
308 GARNETT, DR. R,CHARD: (" A. G. Trent ") ; late Keeper of the Books
at the British III 300, 269. 241.
606 GASSENDI. P,ERRE: French philosopher, and a great opponent of
Astrology, according to Gadbury; b. 2I.J.1592.-CG 126. .
59.5 GATAXBR. THOMAS: Divine; a great enemy to Astrology, accordlllg to
Gadbury; b. 102.
73°
GEO
ORE
GEORGE III.: King of England; b. 4.6.1738.-TB i 139. and elsewhere.
[NOTE. -The compiler has somewhere secn it stated in print Inat
Kin,:: George III. was really born 24.5.1738 and not on the 4th 01
June as generally supposed. He has not been able to vedfy Ihe
statement.]
612 of England; b. 12.8.1762.-From Ast"ologtr oJ
GEORGIl V., KING.-MA viii 126; VII 276: F i 15 18 ii II3' K 28.5.
GEORGH, HENRY: political economist: a. by
.. Kymry:'-CE illS!.
GERMANY: .EMPRESS FRRDKRICX: daughter of Q. Victoria an I
mother of Wl1helm II.-AM" v 45 ; H b 7. 89; F i 118.
- FREDERICK III. : father of Wilhelm II.-F i 137; Urania 23
1
.
- WILLIAM grandfather of William II; b. 22.3.1797 -AM jv
127; MA 111 JI9; U log.
- WILLIAM II.-MA xi 251, VII 293; (H i 29); CE i 27.
- CROWN PRINCR : eldest son of Wilhelm II.-OMM ii 186.
GHOSE, MR. AUROBfNDO: professor of English literature, recognised ;'IS
one of the best English scholars: the supposed leader of the Beng-.. I
anarcbi.ts.-MA VI 140.
GHOSE, N. N.: Bar. at Law, F.R.S.L.: Editor of Indian Nalio/l" dietl
at 5-1 of beri.beri.-(ps)
GLADSTONB, WILLIAM EWART.-AM iii 1°7; F ii 5; CE ii 701: BJN
ii 61, II 176.
HENRY DUKE OF: third son of Charles T.; b.8.7. 16-10'-
GOETHE. JOHANN WOLFGANG VON: b. 28.8.1749.- ffJN II 176. ii 184.
GONZAGA, FRANCIS: Marquis of Mantua; b. 9.8.1466.-J 493.
GONZAGA, FERDINAND, Duke of Mantua; b. :l6-4-1587.-MS.
GONZAGA. FREDERICK: First Duke of Mantua; b. 17.5.1500.-G 1613;
J 167.
GORDON, GENERAL: "Chinese Gordon."-RaphaeJ's AlmQ1laek 1879.
GOSCHHN. VISCOUNT: late Chancellor of the Exchequer (a speculative
baroscope by "Sarastro ").-MA IV 376.
GosPel of Life, The, AUTHOR OF: Mr. F. T. Brooks.-MA VIII 152.
GOULD, JAY: the celebrated financier (ta).-Sph ii 63 and liJN ii 191.
GRANT, ULYSSES SIMPSON: American Soldier and President of thc
United States (ta).-RPM 1879, p. 59.
-oRRECK, KING GEORGU of.-MA VII 303.
GREEN, H. S., the Astrologer.-AM iv 81.
GREENWICH OBSERVATORY. FOUNDATION OF: map drawn up by .Flam.
steed. first Astronomer Royal, contained in his MSS. preservecJat the
Observatorv; 10.8.1675, O.S., 3·J4 p.m.-TB i 20; A13.
19

790
02
9
"9
957
35
8
9
2
5
259
237
GAT FRAllCE
5
68 (i) HENRY III : b. 18.9.1551; favourite SOD of Catherine de
and rival of Henry of Navarre (later Henry IV.); compare the
two maps.-) 683
569 - (ii) HENRY Ill.: according to ArgoL-quoted in CG 25.
- (i) Navarre"; b. 13.12.1553; see Henry
574 - (ii) HENRY IV.: according to Gadbury.-CG 26.
- HENRY V.: see Duke de Bordeaux.
\61 - LODls XlI,: . The Father of his people'; b. 11·6.146'1..-J 707.
616 - LoUIS XIII.: b. 27·9·J601.-CG 34.
655 - LoUIS XIV.: • Le Grand Monarque'; b. 4.9.I638.-CG 36
(16.9.1638 W).
693 - LOUIS XVI.: (Bourbon family).-RPM 1877.
399 - LoUIS XVII.: the" Little Dallphin."-MA VI 409.
6g, - LoUIS XVIII. (Bourbon (amily).-RPM 1877.
6g8 - LOUIS PH1LlPPR: Duke of Orleans (Bourbon family).-RPM 18n.
-- MARGOHRITE DE VALOIS: daughter of Catherine de Medici and
wife of Henry IV. of France (" Henry of Navarre "); b. 14.5.15.53:
t'utificataad jllstar V per Animodar.- J704.
731 - NAPOLEON I.: h. 15.8.1769, Ajaccio.-TB i 210. Doubt has been
expressed concerning accuracy of birth date by both historians and
astrologers, but others believe it genuine. But see H i 73. 79, 218.
B 59, 6o; (CE ii 113, iii 142. 207. v 77); /IfA xiii 79, 8o, V It 395-
732 - NAPOLEON II.: (Charles Francis Napoleon) ., King of Home," son
of Napoleon 1., never reiKned.-Raphael's M,uultll .. AI 191.
854 - NAPOLHON, VICTOR JEROME: eldest son of Pro Napoleon; b.
18.7·1862.-U 271.
558 FRANCIS nm GRRAT, Duke of Florence: b. 24.3.154[.- J 158.
577 FRANCIS, Prince of Valesis (VALOIS?): b. 17·3.1555·-J 703·
180 FRENCI1 REPUBLIC, HOROSCOPE OF TIlE: (Repnblic proclaimed 4.45 p.m.
4 ·9· 1870. Paris).-Sph ii 281.
104 HEART DISEASE: Case I.-MA ii 370, vii 67.
082 HEART DISKASR: Case 2, see Hypertrophied Heart.
981 .. HE.... RT ON T.IIE SIDE " : male (?).everyorgan transposed, heart,
spleen. on nght Side. appendIX and ccecum on left, rectum on right.
etc.. died at age of 6 months.-MA II 267.
447 J::lHNRY VI.: King of England; b. 6.12.J421.-CG 6.
495 (I) HENRV VIll.: King of England; b. 28.6.149t.-G 1623; C 483.
where n)/26 is given as the asc.
19" (ii) HI!.NltY VIII.: of England.-CG 8; AI A IV 232.
197 HIlWLIlTT. M .... URICB: author of Tile For/st Lovers.-(ps, tal.
582 HEYDON, SIR CURISTOPIII!.R: author of a Defence of judicial Astrology
and an able student of the science; b. l4.lS.J5(it.-CG 160.
026 HKYDON. JOHN: Astrolo,:{er (author of the Tonple of Wisdom); b.
IO·9·1629.-CG 136; AM ii 533.
774 SOPHIA FR.... NCES: lady doctor who mysteriously disappeared
In London 15.8.1903; body found in Richmond Park some six weeks
later, death apparently due to poisoninR": spec hor-(fI ii 10).
056 HIGHW.... YMAN. A: (Chris. Evans).-MA i 174.
096 .. HINTON, VISCOUNT": claimant to the Poulett peerage.-MA vi 48;
fIJN ii 88. II. 242, 247: CE iii 216.
372 HODGSON. DR. HICU.... RO: the psychical researcher, best known in can.
nection with the amazing" investigation" into the occult phenomena
connected wilh H. P. l3lavatsky: (ta).-MA V. 381.
877 HOLBROOKE.jOS£PII: the composer.-(ps).
189 HOLLQWAV: 1832. native murdered his wife in a very barbarous
way.-SS XXI; H b 163.
HOLL.... ND, QUEEN WILHRLMINA OF.-MA ix 56, VII 299; CE ii ,,!to,
461. iii 98 (ref. Pro julia).
3t6 HOLMES. MRS. MARION: (" Philippa Forest "). President Founder or
Women's Freedom League.-lIfA III 445. 446. 452.
.fIl HOPE. GIIAHAM: author of A Cardinal a1ld his Conscience.-MA VII 98.
085 HORARY ,\STROLOGY: An Abmmded Child: Will he be found and whm?
(found :'><\me evening. little the worse).-MA iii 230.
765 HOROSCOI'R OF ., TUE HOROSCOPE," an ably conducted quarterly
which ran for two years. First copy sold 10.53 a.m., 1.10.J<)02.
London.-B i 66; At A xiii 10.
764 HORSFORD. WALTER: the St. Neots poisoner, poisoned his cotisin with
strychnine, confessed a number of similar crimes: executed
-CEii466; fJ i4T.
196 HOODlNI: (Harry Handcuff Houdini, the Handcuff King): time ob-
tained in from native himself; the map in MA I 309 is
the year should be 1874.-la; a map published in OMM
..11 14 gives l\1e asc. as )( 13.
20
ORE HAY
S83 GRESHAM, EDWARD: Astrologer; b. I4+IS65·-CG ]79·
182 GREY, CHARLE&, 2ND EARL: introduced the Reform Bill; b.
-Ho 89.
.531 GUIDODALOUS, Duke of Urbina: b. 3+I514.-G 1617·
565 Gt,llSK, HI!NRY DUKE 01': the second • son of the Duke
Francis. the first' Dalafrc'; b. 3I.12.I549.-j 706.
337 H. G. R.: murderer of Mr. Wm. Whiteley, walked inlo his office and
shot him; a speculative horoscope by SarasLro.-MA IV r8I (ref 256).
338 _ DAUGHTER OF THR ABOVE: born while her father was awaiting
sentence.-JlfA IV 256.
740 HAD TWINS THRICI!:: (handsome woman, voluptuous and extravagant).
-AM v 266.
914 HAGGARD. MR. H. RIDER: author of" She," etc.-Ol\f1l1 ii 54.
718 HAIINEMANN, CHRISTIAN FA1!llltRICK SAMUEL: the founder of Homceo-
pathy; b. IO.4.1755.-Fi 166 (/a).
594 HALL, JOSEPH: Bishop of Norwich; b. 91.
"'09 HAMILTON, SIR WILLIAM: the astronomer ;lnd mathematician.-MA
Vi[ 68.
621 HAMMOND. HENRY: Divine; b. 18.8.1605·-CG 99.
540 HANGED. DRAWN, AND QUARTERED: a Florentine highwayman; b.
19.[.1521, d. 1551- 1441.
184 HANOVER. GRORGE V. OF: cousin of Queen Victoria, and born 3 days
after her (qv).-Ha 145.
103 HARDY, THOMAS: the Novelist.-MA vii 64.
oGg H.UJ1·LII'. ACASH: op.-MA ii 91.
HARMSWORTH, SIR ALPRIW: (see Lord Northcliffe).
009 HARRIS. SIR AUGUSTUS (" Druriolanus").-AM i In.
2,,2 HARTE. FRANCIS BRliT : author of The Lflck 0/ ROayj1'g ClJmp.-lIfA is
173 (sllt& IIoy by " nooll-point " method; see 111 A VIII 84). .
066 HAUTMANN. FUANZ: the well-known Theosophical writer.-MA i 32,,!
(also ix 113) ; CE v 21.
Q HATHA YOGA? . . •. having grasped a few truths, he established &
\2:7 cult whose a.ims were high, but whose methods were more or less
fanatical .. "-MA VII 398.
299 H .... UNTED BY VISIONS OF H .... NGING: male; dreamed frequently that he
was about to be hanged; bnt the dream always stops before the fatal
moment (full moon immediately previous to birth was an EClipse).-
MA II[ 89.
818 HAYDON, BENJ.... MIN ROBllRT: painter and writer, great friend of Sir
Da.vid Wilkie (qv); b. 26.1.1786; shot himself 22.6.I846.-CE iii 426,
iv 170.
23
8
':rfAYES, RUTHERFORD BIRCHARD: President of thl'J United States.-
RPM ,879, o. 59 (10).
REA
21
HOU
HOU
22
HYD HYP
23
JOHN
812
21
3
86
3
797
840
oS.
74'
688
3°3
HVPP.:RTROPIIIED HEART.-MA iii 70.
IDIOT FROM BIRTH: female.-F i 57.
ILLEGITIMATE BIRTI!: female (time trad).-MA 160.
IMPERFECTL.Y FORMED: male, born with ruptured. a <"ondiHon
which was nol noticed until after 6 weeks. The ruplure was cured:
at 15 severe attack of jaundice, at 17 a large abscess on back of neck.
Now married, several children.-lI1A III 237.
- female, born minus remainder of right arm (rom elbow down
wards.-MA II 62
792 INQUEST ON BIRTHDAY: female, died at 55 on the eve of her birthday,
from rupture of blood vessel on brain.-CE ii 184-.
179 IRVING. EOW.... RD a Scottish Divine. author of A'r UJlluuHVlI TO'lgUI.
Compare with Shelley born sameday.-Sph ii 24r; AI 139.
IRVING, SIR HENRY' the actor.-CE ii 24-9.
ITALY: KING HUMBERT of: assassinated August 19oo.-CE iv 455;
MA viii 137, 138 (where time is by a misprint given as [1.30 instead
of 10.30 a.m.).
274 - PRINCII OF PIEOMONT: son of Victor Emanuel lJI.-MA II 258,
376.
- VICTOR EMANUEL. I.: b. I4.3.18:!O.-U 174.
- VICTOR EMANUEL. Ill.: son of King Humbert.-MA VII 301 :
HJN i 89.
!YER, SIR SUBRAMAN1A: a Cormer Vice-President of the Theosophical
Society.-(ps).
"JACK OF ALL TRADEs."-SeeLa£ayette, whose horoscope this is believed
to be.-CE iii 344.
]AASKRLAINEN, PASI : Finnish popular comic singer and J<antela player.
formerly an actor; very stoul in build.-·(fts, til).
JACOBS. MR. HERBERT: founder of the :Men's League for Women's
Suffrage.-fps).
JACOBS. W. W.: author of Many Cargors.- (spec norl.-l\I A VI 4-62.498.
JAMES I: King of England; b. 18.6.1566.-CG 14: !IfA .... i 71, IV 232.
JAMES II: b. 11.10.1633.-ftfA IV 232.
JAMES. MR. FRROBRIC: Mus. BOle., L.R.A.M.; well known as a musical
lecturer and composer. -/JfA VI 204
JAPAN: see Mikado.
b.,J (i) JOAN OF ARC: a speculative horoscope by Sepharial, calculated for
971 (lit
xii 5; (Ip and IV recalculated as before).
JOHN, KlNG OF LUSITANIA: b. 1611: ] 32).
JOH:i IJ.: King of Polalld; b. II l·r60g.-CG 46
240 tiCUR-GLASS CONTRACTION OF UTEkUS: child born 10.5 p.m. 22.11.IS,2,
London; it is not stated if the child lived.-RPM I8io.
943 H'D'GO, VICTOR: the poet. author of Les Mlut'ables.-MA III 166.
314 .. HUMAN DOCUMENT," No i.-For full particulars see MA V 488,
VII 55.347.; (the map is the same as .. M. N." in .. TWIN,FRIENDS ").
396 - No 2 i (I)" James."-MA VI 399. VII 123.
397 - No 2: (ii) 'Alice' wife of •James,' hypnotised by • William.'
-MA VI399.
398 - No 2 ; (iii) 'William I a Mulatto, false friend to James and lover of
• Alice.' -MA VI 399
926 - No 3; "A " : the nalive after having dabbled in several professions
drifted into free-lance technical journalism; he appears
susceptible in affairs of the hcarL-MA VIII 196. ., B" .. C" and
.. D," of which ,. B " and" C" follow, are three girls with whom be
fell in love dnring one year, "C" being quite a child at the time aod
.. D ,. her step-siSler. a girl of 22.
- No. 3.-" B."
9_8 - No. 3.-" C."
929 - No..... : female, has had a tragic liCe, married disastrously,
descrted by her husband, from whom she procured a divorce; married
again very happily, though the effects of a kick from first husband
resulted in necessity for operation which denied hope of offspring.-
111A VIII 228, 284.
986 .. HUMAN OSTRICH": (Owen Williams), swallows pennies, iron, cork,
Rhus. and almost anything.-MA ii r8g.
685 HUNCHBACK: male (/m).-MA 160.
- female.-MA vi 87, vii 57.
162 HUSBAND COMMITTED SUICIDE eleven days afler marriage: native
married at 24 years and 7 months. after some pressure by husband',
relatives-for, having found that her husband was" ill .. during sum-
mer before her marriage she did not wish to marry bim; thinking it
would be his salva.tion she consented, on condition of occupying
separate rooms. Husband broke promise, and many violent scenes
ensued, after last of which he threatened to kill himself and did so
by poison.-(la rectified); M A xii JI6.
051 HUXL.EY, THOMAS HENRY.-MA i 45. [NOTE.-According to Lrjl Died
Ltllers til T. H. H., p. 3. time is given as 9.30 a.m. by Family Bible,
while the Autobiography gives it as .. about 8 a.m." This map
calculated for 8.4-5 a.m.
I.47 HYDROCEPHAL.US: (i) male; died at 5 of water on the braln.-
MA xi 17.
1..8 - (ii) mab at age of 7 ye'"'!'3 measured 25 inches round head;
.enjoys fair heaJth.-MIJ xi 1'1.
24
t<.... LI. DR. C. S. : leadin,::: homrepalbic practitioner in Calcuh....-(pJ}.
972 KANT, EM.... NUEL: the philosopher; b. 22.4.1724.-MA ii 507. Died at
Koenigsberg, where he was born.
130 KAWAGUCHI: see Three y,ars i/I Tibet.
819 KENWORTHY, JOliN COLEMAN: author of From Bondage to BrotJU1'Mod.-
(p,j.
828 KILLEU IN BoeR W",!{: see Blundell.
KING: (see under Christian name or Country).
059 KINGSFORD. DR. ANNA.-ll1A i 188. 301.
875 KINGSLEY. 13. GORDON; well-known. organist and lecturer.-(ps).
990 KIPLING, i 373 (ta).
370 KtRALFY. hiRE: the famous designer of .. Venice," "Constantinople,
,. The Great Wh.ite City," and other exhibitions.-MA V H9.
6go J(LEINSCHROD, DR.: .. Nature Cure It ph)'sician and author of TlJ,
blJurtllt Law oj
270 KNIGHTS. MR. MARK: a journalist. had very strange theory or the
interpretation of literature; died accidentally. being suffocated by an
escapeofgas.-MA 11174.176; (CE i 204. 205).
339 KORPENICK, William Voigt: the .. Genial Rascal" who caused the
unquestioned prestige of German army to become a laughing
stock at Koepenick near Berlin 16.10.06. Spec hor by Sarastro.-MA
IV 184.
J(RISHNAMDRTI. J.: see Alcyone.
225 KRISHNANANOA. Sri Swami: a great reli;.:iolls traveller and teacher;
never married; pUt to prison on a false charge of rape through tbe-
malice of certain other religious seCls in Bena··es. in hia 50th yeal";
died 3 p.m. 19.9.'02.-(PS).
'72 S. J. Paul: (.• Dam Paul") Boer President. spv not' by
Kymry.-Sph i 88,378; CE iv 132 [Date in Cli i 8'2: is incon.ect].
-79 KWIL.. E:CKI, COO:-lT JOSRPfI: heir to Count born 5 a.m. %7.I.97
at Berlin, the Countess being over 50 at time of birth. In 1903 the
Countess was accused and tried. but acquitted. of foisting upon the
public as her own child the infant son born of Cecilia Mayer, a pea-
sant woman, at Cracow on 22.12.96. The case wa!'; re-tried at Poscn,
and the court gave judgment aga.inst Cecilia Mayer and Count
Hector K.• the plaintiff. Re-tried at Civil Court. Breslau, with same
25
KWI LEL
result. High Court at Posen 20.. 12.'09 over-ruled this and declared
Joseph tbe son of Cecilia. Count Ignaz appealed, and in May '910
the supreme tribunal at Leipzig canc-:lled the Posen ruling'. This
decision is 6nal and establishes the identity of Count Joseph Kwiledd.
The sorrow and indig:nity of the Posen judgment led to the death of
the Countess Isabella K. in Feb. 1910 aged 64.-MA I 83; VIII 278.
885 KnIRY: "om-de-phUlIe of a well-known astrologer.-(ps, la).
-450 LADISLAUS, I(ING OF HCNGARY: died by poison at 19; b. u.2.rHo.-
J 47
2

8[2 (1)" LAFAYETTE, THE: GREAT ": a well-known music-hall ,:::erformer.
Was killed in a fire at Empire Music Hall, Edinburgh. while trying
to save a favourite lion. [This horoscope was published anonymously.
but the details given would appear to refer to him.-CE iii 3-14.
Had a most chequered life: telegraph clerk, circus jockey. pl'in\le
coachman, circus, theatrical company (stranded), hotel clerk. farm
hand (threshing machine). circtls: temperate. non smoker. never
borrows. cannot save, thinks quickly, aCIS on impulse: single.]
641 LAMUKRT. JOHN: Parliamentary General; b. 19.9.1619.-CG J66-
(7.9.'0'9 IV).
174 LANGTRY. LILY (Mrs. H. Gerald de Bathe): (spet hor by I(ymry) ..-
5ph i 275.
842 LANSDOWNE, LoRD: b. v 85: (sjuc hot' by Evans
592 LAOD. WM.: Archbishop of Canterbury; b. 6.IO.. I573.-CG 89; MA·
IV 23'2.
395 LAUDER, HARRY: tbe Scotch comedian (la).-1I1A VI 379.
7II LAUNCHING H.M.S. Victoria. 9.4.87. 3.35 p.m. ; collision occurred
with H.M,S. Camperdowll. off Tripoli. 22.6.93; Admiral Tryon and
about 360 officers and men drowned.-F ii 98, 167; F iIi.
713 - H.M.S, Ctltnperdowlf, (ref. ditto Victoria).-F ii II9. 155.
852 - Kerangie: accident on trial trip, and struck on a rock some
months later.-U '207.
807 - Ouom&, 55.. White Star Line.--CE iii 210.
835 LAURIE. ANNIIl: born at Maxwelton House, 16.1'2.168% (OS) 6 a.m. (fO),
The original of the song which was written by .. a relatil'8, }'Ollng
Douglas of FinR"land; she married a plain and prosaic country laird.
Mr. Alexander Ferguson, a man without a scrap or poetry in his
soul."-CE iv 282.
866 LIlADBIlATIlR, MR. C. W. : the well-known Theosophist.-(ta) (ps).
912 LKGOOVE, ERNIlST: the French playwright.-MA III 166.
813 LEI.AND, WARRRN: proprietor of Windsor Hotel, New York, lost
family and property in a great fire 17.3.1899 and afterwards dieJ
from effeclsof shock and nervous strain.-eE iii 345, 356; MA W'ii 130.
KWI
JOHANNA DB ZAB: see' Asteros.'
JUDGE, WILLIAM" QUAN: a former Vice-President of Theosophical
Society (Ia).-AM v 134; MA i 291.
jONCTINOS (GIUNTINI), FR.... «CISCDS: the astrologer; b. 7.3.1522.-J
136 (ref. also 6gB). He held that: emllra fala valent DEus, d jJrlldmli.
lantum, Vir pills tt prj/delis viJlcere jtlla pottSI (op. cit. 707).
lORA
lI98
°49
544
26
MAC MAC
27
MARR
255
°53

091 t\1ACGAFP"EY. ERNEST: (poet and hunter).-MA v 105.
074 MAD MOTHER, child of: (born in lunatic asylum).-MA ii 283.
919 MAETBRLlNCK. MAURICJl: author of The Bille Bird, etc.-(spec hor)
MAGNETIC HEALER, ANOTABLE: see David Younger.
876 - (Mr. Hendry).-(ps, til).
937 - Mr. McIntosh; famous Scotch healer.-·OllIM ii 172.
849 "MAGNETIC MAN" : G. \V. Smythe, a shoemaker, "so full of magne-
tism he is said to have put life illto dead limbs, straightened twisted
bodies, and removed all manner of pains. People come from far and
near to sit on his cobbler's stool. It is so charged with magnetism that
half-an-hour on it is as good as going to the seaside" (ta).-CE v 232.
921 MALP"QRMATlON: male, born without posterior cranial development or
brains, with merely a frontal mask in fact (tll).-MA VIII 88 (VII 87)
628 MALLET, JOHN: astrologer; b. 2I.8.1615.-CG 180.
207 MATTI KURIKKA: the Finnish idealist-socialist, now an Editor in
America.-(ps).
387 MANN. TOM: the well-known pioneer in social and political movements.
-IPs).
417 MANUEL, OF PORTUGAL: ps from ollie. bulletin; refer also MA
VII 2g8
MAI'LHTON, HUGH: manufacturer of the well-known Nut Butters and
other health speeialities.-(ps).
251 MARRlAGI! A FAILURE: female, .. no true communion between self and
husband, no tastes in common. "_.1\1A I 282.
256 _ female. good looking, splendid singer, very artistic, husband
inferior socially, mentally and physically; she rlied
of morphine during attack of peritonitis.-J-ljN ii I30.
424 MARIUAGE, ROMANTIC: "A," female; at I3 young- man fell in love with
her but waited till she was 17 before declaring himself, (refused);
altogether had eight suitors before marrying her present husband
" B."-MA VII 322, 442.
425 _"B," husband of above; love at first sight; "B" was previously
about to be married to another girl and after banns had been called
for third time it was disCClVererl that the girl was a thief, and she
was sentenced 10 18 months' imprisonment about the time when they
should have been married !-MA V11 322.
295 MARRIAGE DISAPPOINTMENTS: female, 1St fiance killed, 2nd engagement
suddenly collapsed on finding prospective husband confirmed
drunkard.-1I1A III 32; AAa 50.
291 MARRIAGE. UNHAPPINESS IN: female, subject of a very remadtableca.se,
comprising a sensational divorce and libel suit, and other charges,
including incitement to murder. for which was sentenced to
S years' penal servitude (21.12,1905).- MA III 72.
LE NEVE, DR. Astrologer; b. I5-4-1579.-CG 178.
I RD. ALAN: Editorof ModeYnAstrQlogy.-AM iv 34; MA iii frontispiece;
)''1/. MA xiii 109, lID, II 86). .
LEo. MRS. BESSIE:: a valued contnbutor to Modem Astrology.
LEVER, MR. WILLIAM 1-1Il:SKI!TH : of '0 Sunlight Soap ,. fa.me.-(sptC hor).
LEVY, JOSEPH HIAMS: Sec. of the" Personal Rights Association,"
and editor of The lndwidualist.-MA VI 442, 458.
LILLY, WILT.IAM, Astrologer: according to Gadbury; b·30.4.16o:1.-
CG 188.
364 LIND-AF-HAGEBY, MlssL.; well-known V 56.
LITTLE DAUFHIN, THE: see Louis XVII .• under FRANCE.
LIVING SKELETON: (Isaac Sprague). woighs 401bs., a case of progressive
muscular atrophy.-1I1A i 131.
LOATES, TOMMY: the jockey.-CE i lSI, 176.
LOCKJAW. STIUKING RECOVERY FROM: supervening after a street accident.
-OMMii 29.
(Refer (I prosptrOlls COllitr).
LORD: (see under christia.n name, etc.). . .
Loss OF HAIR: (male); lost all his hair twice through constitutional
wt'!akness, each time it again (see also No. I20).-1I.1A ix 43·
LOUlHcT, MONS.: President of the French Republic.-li i 191.
LoUIs: the last King of Bohemia and Hung-ary; b. 3o.6.1506.-J 448.
LoUISE, PJUNCESS: see Argyll.
LUDOVICI OF FERRARA: b. 2.2.151.2.-J 566.
LUNN. Sm HENRY S. (Dr.): of" Lunn's Tours" fame (ta).-F ii 117.
Lupus: (male); shoemaker. weaver; nose partially destroyed by lUpus
vulgaris; is an enthusiastic student of astrology.-.MA V 46.
(i) LUTHER, MARTIN: b. 22.10.1483 according LO Cardan. wbo gives
this" veram genituaram"; lV gives 10.11.1483 as does Charnb. Encl.-
C 465.
(ii) LUTHER, MARTIN: according to Junctinns; b. 22.10.1483.-1612.
(iii) LUTHER, MARTIN: according to Gauricus; b. 22.IO.1484·-G
1637; CG 84.
LUTYENS, LADY EMILy.-(ta) (ps).
LYBECK, DR. E. W.: The Finnish Hygienic Reformer.-(ps).
LYTTON, BUUVER: the novelist.-fljN ii 191; F ii 52. This is cast
for 25.5.1803. Some authorities g-ive 25.5.1805. when planets were as
follows: 0 D 25&-. 'i 03. J st.23. 1/. I 7
of the novelist; b. 2.II.1802.-CE V 22 <Pa).
99
2
5
2
3
599
°34
882
7"
4°0
076 "MR. ANSWERS" of AIISftitl"5.-MA ii 386; I 264,324,
361 MACCARTHY. MISS M'AUD: the famouli Violinist. (ta).-MA IV 495.
117°
MARR MARGARET MARIE
-- (1'1 lem lie... hao.'> had (or 27 years past a most wrctclllOlI! tile, u_
husband (b) being drunken and of so violent a temper that her lile
sC<l.rcely safe; a woman of great spirit, with marvellous powers
of endurance, a de\'oled mother-indeed what has sustained her
through indiRnilies and miseries has b"en the up-bringillg
of her four sons."--eE iv 274.
- (6) male. husband of (II); a man of splendid intellect, an author
and a linguist. very selfish, and eccentric, restless. impatient.
violent and uncontrollable. fIckle, fond of curiosities. architecture,
and with a mania for reliKiollS forms and ceremolllcs: died at jj
after operatioll for tumour on kidney.-CE iv 275. [NOTI!.-b'S 0
and II'S Ii d cusp of 7th h01lse.]
M.... HIUAGlr (i) male. For judgment on this map see MA I
10, under" Matrimonial Btlreall."-/IfA I 10 (compare with Heinrich
Daath, born Ilear same elate).
- (ii) femalt'.-·MA l190.
MARGARJ:l.:T 01" AOSTRIA (or of France?); daughter of Charles V.; b.
28.t2.IS22.-J 20G.
MARIE ANTOINETTE: (Bourbon family).-RPJI118n.
M.... 1UIt. Gt). DucllEss: !>ee Russia.
MARSTON, PHILI!' BOUIIKlt: the hlind poet.-MA vi 103.
MAlnIN, fvlRS. VICTORIA CLAlllN WOODtWLL: rll\ancier and reformer;
editor and proprietor of tlie fbllnll/litariall i 148.
MARY I., Queen of EnRland: b. 17.2.1516.-CG II: lI1A IV 2]2.
MARY TIT.• QUlmN: Consort of l(ing George V.-ftfA viii (32, x laO,
VII 283: F i 36.
(i) MARY QORKN OF SCOTS: either 7.12.(542 or 8.12.1542 (if latter J)
should be 1']18
0
and 01 26).-R/'M 1882. p. 66.
(ii) MARY QUJ:l.:EN 01" SCOTS: to JUllctinns.-J 494.
MASANIELLO: (properly. Tommaso Aldello), the fisherman of Amalfi,
leader of revolt in Naple!> in 16,.7, and hero ('If Auber's opera
lIfaJ{fl/itllo; b. 19.6.1620.-CG 155.
MASSARI. Bartholomew: an eminent physician of Bononia; b. 18.2.1603
-MS.
MATRICIDE: (Walter E. Shaw).-MA ii 185.
MATTtltAS, King of HllnJ:::ary; b. 23.2.1443 -J 633·
MAUDE, AYLMER: the translator and disciple of Toistoy.--lps. tal.
DE MAUPASSANT, GOY: the writer.-MA [II 166.
1.' Holy Roman Emperor; b. 22.3.I459.-G 1619: CSOl;
] 488 .
MAXIMILIAN IL' Holy Roman Emperor, b 1.8.1527; married Mary
of Charles V.. by whom he had four daughters and nine
&ons.-J 514: CG 59·
IIIEN
29
AY
3
68
MAYBANK, TIIOMAS : the artist.-MA V 298.
969 MAYBRICK, MRS. FLoaENcE: tried far poisoning her husband, found
guilty, sentence commuted to imprisonme?t; lib.erated 25.1.19
0
".
-MA iii. 195, where the year 1S lllcorrectly given; lt should 1862
(see her book), also MA VII 483, where date is incorrectly gIVen as
Sept. I7th; VlII 3'P (fal). ..
07
8
MEAD. G. R. S.: editor of Review and Quest.-!JJA 11 49
6
,
VI 98.
OR MEDICI. ANGELO: see Pope Pius IV.
5
2
7 _ (i) ALLRSANDRO: b. 7.2.1512; a violent (i).-G 167-4.
'28 _ (0) ALLESANDRO:. the same rectified by Junctlllus.. -J 126.
537 - (i) CATIIERINR, wlfe of Henry II; b. 13+1519:-G 1612,
53
8
_ (ii) CATHERINR.-j 155, 205 (note discrepancy 10 Moon's place).
0442 _ COSMO: b. 30.3.1389·-J 163.
.539 - COSMO: b. 12.6. 1519·-G 1625; J 127.
5
6
3 _ FERDINAND: brother of Francis, Duke or Etruria; b. 13.7.1547
became a mOllk.-J 738.
_ GIOVANNI: see Pope Leo X.
507 - GIOVAN:>;I; b. 6."·1498.-G 1675; C 4.5°, 47
8
, 5
1
4.
_ CIULlO: see Pope Clement VII.: see also Julian de Medici.
5
2
5 _ !-!VI'POLYTIt, CAll1)tNAL: died by poison at 28: b. Ig.".15
I
1.-G
1605: ] 457·
4
81
_ JULIAN. brother of Pope Leo X.: b. I'1.3.1479·-J J54; G 1621
(see Giulio).
455 - LoRENZO THE!. FIRST (the b. 6.8.144
8
-J 159·
-4-99 - LORE.NZO, Duke of Urbino: h. 1.9·1492.-J 155·
= b. 26-4.1575. -CG 29.
..68 -- PIETRO: b. 15.2.1472; was drowned, 1503·-J 154·
966 A : fcmale.-CE tv 461.
253 _ RKMAIIKAULR: concerning whom "Charubel". declares th.at.the
medium's body accomp:mies her into the spaces, bewg dematenahsed
in some way.-MA 1361.
MitE. MR. ARTlIUR: alltlwr o( a handbook on Obslrvatioffal Astronomy
(he is 1I0t the editor of the ClIildrrn'J and other Harms-
.... orth publications).-lIfA VI 58.
MRLANCTHON, PllIUP: oralor and poet; b. 16.2.1497·-
G 16
44; J 55
1
..08 DEFECT1VE: lad of 13, no moral sense. coupled with religious
mania almost; always attempting: marvellous tricks
succeeded, and then said: .. Well, I know how you do Il, but t
make it go right," (Qller)': was this an imperfect memory of magical
performances in a Pd.st life ?).-MA Vll 67 (t/l).
IIIAX
28
'35
53'
"5
'4
6
545
694
099
747
30
MER
MUR
31
IIlJN
NAPOLEON: see under France.
NAVARRE, HENRV Oil ;-see Henry IV. of France.
203 NELL GWYN: actress; favourite of Charles II.; b. 2.2.165o.-Elias
Aslll1wle's MSS. Vol. 423 : Fo1103.
283 NEPTUNE'S INFLUENCE: Horoscope illustrating: female, (taken to
church and baptised 12 hours after birth).-MA 1173.
352 - male; intellectual, clever. well known as occult stLldent, intuitional,
can do two things at once, write aleUer and solve a problem at same
time, saye he never found himself occupied with one thing at one-
time. Very fond of music, thongh does not perform (ta).-ltfA IV
285.
039 10 NEPTUNE" : (Mr. R. H. Penny), well-known Astrolog-er.-AM iv 145.
439 NERO: b. [4.6.37 A.D. IC): '5.12.37 (IV).-C 480: J 435·
720 ,. NEVKR GREW Up": Mildred Hart, who at 25 years of age still shows
the mind and tastes of a child of five.-(ps); [time given as .. about
one or two midnight " ; map is calculated for 0.2+ a.m. G.M.T.]
375 Ntw Word, The, AUTHOR OF.-MA V 458.
739 NEWTON, SIR ISAAC: the philosopher, discoverer of gravitation:
b. 4.1.1643 N.S.-U 99·
268 NOINl:-<: an occasional Contributor to lIf.1.-·MA II u6.
284 NOIU'Ol.K, DAUGHTER OF DUKE 01'": (born 27.6.1905). -]\fA II 392.
(f{e£. Arundel).
773 NonTHcLlFFE, LORD: (Sir Alfred Harmsworth), a semi-speculative
horoscope, the lillie being known only approximately.-H ii 5.
421 NORWAY. KING HAAKON OF.-MA VII 304.
795 (i) NOSTRADAMUS: famous for his prophecies; born 14.1'2.15°3. (ta).-
CE ii 217, 401.
932 (ii) NOSTRADAMUS: the celebrated Astrologer of the 16th Century;
b. 14.12.1503; planets recalculated by editor of Occult Rlview.
667 NUN, A: (i).-MA xi 153, 250.
- (ii) Native was made subject of an Astrological Test Case;
the question being" \Vhat occurred at 24Y. Sm.?" which was answered
satisfactorily in the judgmant of the propounder. The Event was the
entering of a convent and taking vows of poverty, chastity and
208 MHRIKANTO, OSKAR: the popular Finnish musician.--(f's,
oI6 .. MBRLINUS ANGLICOS, JUNIOR" : editor of the Astrologer of lIu X/XUs
Century; b. I9.3.I79S.-sce·' Raphael Lit
824 MEXICO: Ex-EMl'RESS OF; Princess Charlotte, sister of Leopold II.
of Belgium: married Ferdinand, who Became Emp. Maximilian of
Ivlexico (qv) ; became mad.-CE iv 170.
758 --- MAX1J\llUAN, Emperor of: shot I9.7.67.-H i 40; 55 xix.
472 (i) MICHAEL ANCrELO: b. 3.3.1475.-G 1651.
470 - (iii' b. 6.3·'474.-J 369.
086 M1ClWCEPI:IAL1C IDloT.-MA iii 26G, iv 85, 93. 150, (Yo 26).
153 MIKADO, Tnl':: (spec hoY by "Kymry ").-MA xi 213: see I uS. VII
302 , 52 3.
884 MILES, EUSTACI! r-I.: the Tennis Champion and food expert.-{sp" hor).
132 MILTON, PKRCV: (Thomas Percival Piggott); comedian, of the cele-
brated ,. Milton Rays" combinatiOIl.-lIfA ix 176: CE iii 214.
462 MIRANDULA, PICU!';: the poet and philosopher; b.24.2.q63.-G 1626:
C 490: J 540: CG 50.
MrrCHltLL. MR. J. MALCOLM: Hon. Sec. of the Men's Leagne for
\Vomen's Suffrage.-(ps).
21:3 MlTnll. Oil. RAjl!:NORA LAL: Indian antiquariaLl and rese,\rch scholar;
his name was known even 1n Russia.-(ps).
865 MIZA.ll, a brother of Mr. J. Krishnamurti.-{ps, ta}. Ref. Alcyonc,
Onoll.
034 "MODJ!RN ASTROLOGY": Editor (see Alan Leo}.
880 -- Snb-Editor.
881 - French Representative of (Mons. Leopold Micville).
590 MOLINUS, DOMINICK: Senator of Venice; b. 20.lJ.I572.-MS.
956 MOLLOV, FITZGERALl): the historian.-Mystic, Ap 8,1908.
705 MOORE. THOMAS: the poet (ta).-lt'PM 1879, p. 68.
816 MOOllffS, MARK: see Phrenologist.
886 MORGAN, J. PIURPONT: the Railway magnate.-spcc hoy.
151 MOilINUS, JOHANNES RAPTISTUS: (Morin de Villefranche); b.23.2.1583
154. xii 44, 6g.
.310 MORRlS, REVD. \V. MEREDlHJ: Curate in Charge of Garth Church:
Maestaeg; is an authority on violins and has published a hook on the
subjc:ct.-MA III 327.
188 MORRISON, A. L.: child of Zadkiel 1.; lived only 42 weeks.
Compare with" child strangled," who was born 4 hours later.-H b
85·
MORR1S0N, RICHARD JAMES, R.N.: see Zadkiel 1.
030 MOSES, STAINTON (,. M.A. Oxon."): editor of Light.-AM iii 1{6.
MULLER. JOHN: (see Regiomontanus),
6]6 MURDERER: a young groom, hanged at Taunton 10.4,1809, for deliber.
359
9f7
3
62
ately sbooting a. coachman with whom he had had a dispute over a
game of cards.-AA d 38.
MURRAY, DAVID CHRISTIE: "Merlin" of the Referee, author of DesjtJir's
Lasljollrllty.-{spec hor).
DE MUSSET, ALFRED: the poet.-MA III 166.
MVSTElliOUS DEATH: male; well-ta-do, handsome; was conducting.
daily English paper, canse of death unknown, body found on railway
near PLlri, India.-MA V 39, 335.
II2
00'
2'7
286
PEe
33
PAL
083 PALM IS'! : "CHEIRO" (Count de Hamong).-MA iii 73. see also
vii 276. Corrected MA. XXV. 198.
'99·r PANKHURST, MRS.: leader of the Women's Social ..nd Political
Union. -(1'5).
949 PARIS. COMTIt DR: b. 2.ot.8.18J8.-MA III 166; U 8:1.
046 PARKER. GeORGE: compiler of Ephemerides, etc.; b. 9.8.1654 -AM
ii 555.
950 PASTEUR. Louis: the great savant: (six planets in the third
!itA III t66.
798 PATTI, AOELlNA: the prima donna. This;, map is calculated for i p.m.,
10."2..0 Madrid, according to 'Book of Baplisms, No. 'P!, fol. 153.'-
CE ii 264; U 159; Who's Who givei: 19:2.43 so also Autobiography in
Stralld Magazi1u; but above would appear to be tbe CORRECT date:
(AM i 79).
79t PEACE TREATY; between Turkey and Greece; 3 p.m. 4.12.97 Constanti.
nople.-CE ii J83.
031 - between Russia and Japan. signed 3.47 p.m. 5·9·I905.-AA d 30.
734 PEARCE, ALFRED j., Astrologer, the present .. Zadldel"; author 01
Urania, TlI. S,relte. oj the Slays, Text Hooir 0/ Ast,ology, etc.; Editor of
ZadJri,l's Alma1lack. Stay Lore. The Future, etc.-Sl'-",,, oj Oil Stars, 124 ;
F ii 37.
965 PE.... RCE, DR. C. T.; Cather of Alfred 1- Pearce, the present' Zadkiel.·-
Future fuly '94.
Q09 PEARY, MARtH A.: daughterofthe well-known Polar Explorer; probably
first chilel of white parents born within Arctic Circle; (born 6.45 p.m.
12.9.93 L"\t. 77."\4 N. Long. 76 v 89; VIII ,",00. A very
remarkable nativity: owing to the birth-place being wI/hili the Arctic
Circle the Twel£th House cuts a point of the Zodiac posterior and
not anterior to that on the A.scendant, and similarly with the other
house!;, so that the Zodiac appelJYs to pa.'i!; over the houses the reverse
way. This figure is calculated according to the method of
Regiomontanus described in Astrology for All Pa.rt 11 p. 278. The
cusps according to the metbod 01 Campanus are 1m3!. [I26.i. n '4.
)(26-1-, 2t, These are the cusps, assuming that the cusps of
:J:ii xi x ix viii tltust be above horizon. Mr. H. S. Green and some
other astrologers consider !m31 the cusp not of the tenth hOllse but
of the /01lyt1l and would call the cusps as given those of iv iii ii i xii
xi instead of x xi xii i ii iii as given by the calculator. A symposiull of
astrologers ba.s been invited, see W"A VIII ioo, but the results are not
to hand at the time of going to press.
170 PEASENHALL MURDER CASE: nativity of the murdered girl.-!ltA x.iii
228, xiv 31, 70, 136, 212.
363 PECUNIARY MISFORTUNB5; SERIXS OF tJPS AND DOWNS: recently reduced
C
28
9
9
10
3
06
86,
130
288
868
281, 340. No. 31] is the birth hor:sC'ope;
boroscope at time of entering cOllveot.-MA III
NUliN, OR. PHILIP W. G.: for many years Medical Officer of Health
Bournemout.h, which office he resigned for conscientious reasons
In Igrt; a prom,ment member of the local Theosophical Sodety.-(ps),
NYMPHOMANIA ,: (I) female; UllCOIl!TOllable sexual desire has bronght
suffenng and physlcal.llpoll this poor sOIlI.-MA I! 4
2
9.
- (II) female, suffering from hystena to an unusual degree ntterly
degraded !U0ral nature sexual mania) and apparent); incapa-
ble of the truth, otherwise native is a •. commonplace little
person 111 a humble slate of life."-MA III 273.
OAKLEY. MRS. IsABEL COOPRR-: the Theosophist (ta).-(ps).
female, has been conlined in an asylum since
Occult R.vlew, The: the editor's previous "The Horoscope,"
sold 10·53 a.m. 1.10.1902,
HONKY STRliL: President-Founder of the Theosophical
SocIety; (spec hor by Sepharial).-AM iv 216, (220) (
28
4).
OLD, WALTltR R. (Gam): see Sepharial.
EATEn: (confirmed) female, married, has two children.-MA II
429.
OPIUM A:-J]) ALCOHOL HABtrUE: male.-JIfA II 4
2
9.
ORION.: oll.e of the in in the Veil of Time, lately ap-
. horoscope of his present
(1) OUR LORD Jasus CHRIST: as calculated in 1668 by the Rev. Dr.
Jobn Butler, Rector of Letchburgh, and Chaplain to HIs Grace the
of Ormo.nd.-See AM i 7. 58, iii 243; (cast for Dec. 25th at
Year 45; Saturday: Latitude 3I.50 N.) This is
glven..lor what It may be worth, a:> an item of antiquarian interest.
- (11) as calculated by 8.9 p.m.• First Night Watch,
B.C. 4·-CE 111 175. Compare with 001. flo ESDI.,;,
ChY1stlatllty, p. the birth of Jesus is i'itated to have taken place in
10
5 B.C. according to present chronolugy.]
OWltN, ORVIl.LE: WARD: the well-known Saconian researcher.-(ps).
PAnwAL. GRANPATRAO T.: an interesting example of the Aries
temperament; (..vas for.a time representative of Modern Astrology in
India, a.nd later 11] Amenca also).-MA viii 4.
4
1
4 FAGET. LADY: See Walbllrga Lady Paget.
PAG
32
3°7
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PRINCE
35
- JULIO'S Ill.: Giovanni Maria Giocci; b. 15·10.1488.-G 1593; J
578.
- LEO X.: Giovanni de Medici, son of Loren%o the Magnificent:
b. 11.12.1475 G, IV: 9.12.1475 C.-G 1591; J 120.
- LRo XIII. (Giaccbino Pecci): b. 2.3.IB10. 5.30 p.m. Carplnito-
ATA i 226, also xi 30. where it IS is incorrectly given as asc. ;
HE 1900, p. 40. 1901, p. 39; AG 64: fI ii 9·
- MARCELLUS II.: for wbom the Miss.a Papa M,II'ellli of Palestrina
was composed: b. 5.5.1501.-J 67I.
- PAUL II.: Pielro Barbo. a native of Venice; b. 7.2.14IB.--G
[5S9: ] 373·
- PAUL Ill. : Allesandro Faroese; b. 28.2.1468.-G 1593; C -161;
] 204 ; CG 77·
- PAUL IV.: Gianpietro Caraffa; b. 27.6.1477.-J 366.
- PAUL V.: Camillo Dorghese; b, 17.9.1552.-CG So,
- PJUS IV.: Giova.nni Angelo Medici: b. 29.3.1499.-J 670.
- PlUS V.: Michele Ghislieri; b. 17.1.1504.-J 683.
- FlUS IX. : Giovanni Maria Mastai-Feretti; b. 13.5. 1792.-U 271.
- SEXTUS V.: (Felice Peretti); b. 12.12.T52r.-CG 78; MA IV 232.
POPEJOY. EMILY JANE: a domestic servant, worked beyond her strength.
slarved, shamefully beaten and knocked abollt, in fact her death aR"ed
1.8 \Yi\5 due to the persistent cruelty of her mistress.-H i 2°5, 228.
PORTUGAL, Au-oNso, Doc D'OPORTO: brother of Don Carlos.-(ps
from official bulletin).
- AMELIA. QUHRN.-(PS from Ti1HIS of date).
- Don Carlos, King of; as5a5sinated, 7.2.'08 -(ps (rom official
bulletin).
- LoUiS PHILIPPE: Doo, son of K. Carlos; assassinated 7.2.'oB (ps
from official bulletin),
POTT'S DISEASE: a. case of, in a little girl of 1r.-(JiS) [N.B.-Tbe
houses of this map are given incorrectly, they should be: *8, 'l'II,
17. 0"21:, CIU5, SlIO].
POULETT: see" Viscount Hinton."
PRESSED TO DEATH: at 49 years of age, for killing his brother-in-law,
an allorney; b. 22.3.1610.-CG 162.
PRIITEMDRR, THE: Ja.mes Edward Francis Stuart. son of James II.;
b. 10.6.168B (O.S.).-F i 21 : MS.
PRINCE OR PRINCESS: (see also under Christian name, also under
Country, etc.).
- ALBERT VICTOR 01" WALES: Duke of Clarence and Avondale,
eldest son of King Edward VII.-AM i 29.
- ALBERT FRBDRRICK: son of King George V.-MA viii 159, VIJ
28B; Hi 173.
060
474
117
5'3
224
9°3
POPE
9°5
9°2
34
POPE
almost to begga.r.y, bas mainl,ained vcry plucky fight against adverse
fale; honest, reliable. 1.1Id rallbful._H]N iI 194; MA III 2)0.
PEl!lILES. J. M.: tbe well-hown lecturer on Spiritualism and other
phases of the occult.·-MA II 356.
H. G. ; anthor of AwaJul aodother songs; founder of •• The
Follies troupe of entenainers.-(sptc 1I0r).
PKNNV. R. H.: see" Neptune."
7
81
PIG.-H ii I&}. (Note d Asc. * t. lQ d M.e.).
Jor PERSIIOUSR, I\h. HARRY: member of" Modero Astrology" staff' died
of appendicitis at age oC i6.-MA III 16,.. .
PETRARcn: b'.20.7.1304.-G 1629; C4S8; 13
60
.
Mark Moores, proprietor of the Phrenological Museum
iii 3
8
4.
in SIr/filii MagazilU, ]any., 1907,
PIGGO'cr, THOMAS !>ee" Percy Milton."
phonographic shorthand: (timeeXdtJ).
" with "The Patricia.n," viz., Earl
Lll : author of.a work on AtJantis.-(PS).
Lit PLONGKON, ALlC!!: WIfe and co-worker with the
for Atterc1iffe.-MA VII 174.
27
1
- female; poisoned her grandmother, then her husband and finally
her brother, for InsuranCe money.- MAil 203,
20
5.
POLAR EXPLORKR: a of Andree in his voyage by balloon to
the North Pole u.7.97.-H II 23-4 (Ia).
POLITICAL COLPRIT: .. might have been from his horoscope,
.scape from pnSOn, probably with help of
VI.: Roderigo de Borgia; b. 31. u.I430.-] -449;
- ALEXANOER VII: Chigi ; b .. 1,3,2. I59S/9--CG 75.
- CLEMENT VII.: GlUho de MedICI, nepbew of Lorenzo; b
26·5· 1478.-G 1592; J 120, 203.
- CLKMIlNT VIn.: Ippolito Aldobrandini; b. 24.2.I536.-CG 79.
--- GREGORY. XIII.: b. 7.1.1502 J; 7,2.1502 IV; instituted the
reformation of the calendar associated with his name.-J 671.
- GREGORY XV.: Allesandro Ludovici; b. 8I.
-- JULIUS II. : Julian della Rovere; b. 22.6.I445.-G 1.59
0
.
- (11) JULIUS II.: the same, .. vera nativita....-J 620.
6[0
'79
36
PRINCE-EBB PRINCE-EBB
005 - ALDOBRANDlHI. John George: b.I.II.I59I.-MS.
!29 - ALEXANDRINE BONAPARTE: {h. 23.2.1778}; "the worn., at
indifferent character who became an Imperial Princes!!. as the
wife of Lucien Bonap..rte (brother of Napoleon), who was made
Prince of Canino-a title specially created by the Pope for Lucien
Bonaparte."-CE iv 249 (ta).
139 - ALFRRD OF SAXIt·COI:lURG-GOTIIA: (b. 15.10.'7;); son of Duke of
Edinburgh (007); (died 6.2.99).-MA x 80.
006 - ALlCR: d&ugbter of Queen Vicloria.-AM i 56.
01
3 = i '243-
542 - CHARLES OF ORLEANS: son of Francis 1. of France; b. 22.1 .1,522
-G 16[3.
- CUARLOTTE of Belgium: see Mexico.
186 - CHARLOTTE 01" ENGLAND. daughter of George IV. ; died in child.
birth, aged 21 ; b. 7·I.I7g6·-fl b 44.
729 - CONSORT, TUE : surnamed Albert the Good.-TB i 60.
697 - ELIZABETH: Bourbon lamily; b. 3.5.1764 (guillotined).-RPM
1877.
u6 - EOWARD OF WALES: son of George V.-MA viii 156; VII 286.
.4-16 - GEORGE: son olKing George V.-MA xiii 88.243.
II9 - HENRY: son of King George V.-MA vii 332, viii 166, VII 290;
CE iv 294.
873 - VO:i HOHENDERG, morganatic wifo ol Archduke Franz Ferdinand
ol ho,.).
005 - IMPERIAL, THE PRINCIt.-AAt i 32; A I 192.
294 - JOHN CHARL.RS: son or King George V.-MA III 20, VII 292.
707 - DB jOINVILL.B, PRfNCB (Bourbon ramily).-IlPI11 [877.
= VI 302,
- LOUISE: see Argyll.
750 - MII.IU& ALEXANDRA VICTORIA or Edinburgh, daugbter of late
Duke, married CROWN PRINCE OF ROUMANIA.-F ii 21.
lIB - MARY: daughter ol K. George V.-MA viii 163, VII 289: CE 1'254.
178 - PRISDAN CHOORNASI, of Siam: abdicated, and became a I311ddhist
Monk at age of 44.-5P;" ii 205.
(SSI - ROYAL: eldest daughter or Charles 1., married Prince ol Oranoe
in r641, died 1660 of smallpox: b. 3. I I. 1631.-CG 20. 0
- ROYAL: see Germany, Empress of; or see Fife, Duchess of.
, .... - RUDOLF, Cr. Pro of Austria-Hungary; committed suicide (or
was murdered) 3°.1.89, aged 30.-F i 121; U 128; see Princess
Slephanie
- RUPERT: suitor lor the hand of Queen 'Mary T.; b.1.9.153"'-]70f;
37
PRINCE-EBB RAPH
66t _ OP SPAIN, PRINCE: b. 18.11.1657, and died at the age or 5 as Gad-
bury bad predicted.-CG 41.
8;1 STEPHANIE of Belgium: md. Arch-Dk. Rudolph of Austria (qv).
10.5.81, widowed 30.1.8g.-U 128.
VICTOKIA, Princess Royal, daughter of Q. Victoria: see Germany.
Empressoc. . .
735 VICTORIA 01 Germany: only daughter o( Kaiser WIlhelm II.;
(data from newspapers of the time).
013 - OF WALes PRIMCR.-AM v 2. MA viii 156, VII 286.
674 PROCLAMATION OP"KING EOWARD's CORONATION: 28.6.1901, II a.m.; lrom
this figure Sepharial predicted" What is proclaimed will not come
:0 pass. that is the sum of the matter." It will be remembered that
tbe Coronation was" postponed" 'Z4.6.02.-MA x 115·
164 (i) PROCLUS: as given in Lift. of P"oclJlS, trs. by Thomas Taylor.-MA
xii Ii7, 182:. • ..
165 (ii) PROCLUS: as re-calculated by H. S. Green and Sephanal.-MA XII
958 PIERRE jOSRPH: French Revolutionary writer.-Lanlage
Ast,.al by Paul Flambart.
935 PSYCUIC PflOTOGRAPHER. A: Mr. Edward Wyllie.-(ps) OMM iii 67·
6]2 PUZZLE HOROSCOPES: (I) MALE; disagreed with father, went to India,
injured foot, returned home; shot himself summer '93·-AfA iii 63·
665 - (2) MAL.E; WflAT HAPPENED 20.4.87? (105S0£ loot on date mentioned.)
-AlA iii 63.194'
328 _ (3) FBMALll; WHAT HAI'PBNED to native 15+95, she being then
aged 17 years ?-MA IV 48.
347 - (4) FEMALI!:; WHAT IS THE PECULIARITY 1 (Curiously rapid
utterance. says whole sentence as though it were one word.)-MA
IV 281, 479.
273 - (5) (SEX NOT STATKO); WHAT WAS THE PECULIARITY 1 lImper-
forate anus; operation suggested, but not approved by parents,
death resulted on 5th dayJ-MA II 219,377.
QUAIN, SIR RICHARD: the eminent physician.-RE 1901.
QUEEN: see under name or country.
143 "QUEEN NORMA" : pedirree St. Bernard by Melton Rex out of Noble
Norma.-MA x [55.
RAMKRISHNA : the lamous Yogi mentioned in Max Muller's Ramkrisb.;
see MA V 2]6, see also 428.
749 RAPHAEL., JOHN E.: Liberal candidate lor Croydon in 1909.-(PS): [not
to be conlused with John N. Raphael, the journalist, I Percival' of
the Referee.]
016 RAPHAEL 1. (R. C. Smith): b. I9.3.I795,-AM ii 295·
RAPH
38
ROU
RUD
39
SAY
OZ.l
028
°3
8
13°
33'
449
97
6
343
344
848
759
745
872
933
7
6
7
7
6
9
43
6
7
2
5
75°
.23
HAPHAEL II. Goho Palmer).-AM ii 482.
RAPHAEL IV. (Mr. Wakeley).-AM iii 27.
RAPHAEL VI. (Mr. R. W. Cross).-AM iv 121 (refer a.lso ItJg).
RED HAIR: 2 brothers, both freckled, Gordon a.l:ld
father and mother's side for generations): (i) GORDON.
- (ii) WILrRIID.-MA IV 100.
REGIOMONTANUS, }OIlANNRS: (John Milner). mathematician and
astrologer; b. 66, 1436.-·G 1631; CG 176.
male, in infancy had a fall, striking top of
REMARKABLE HOROSCOPE: see" Carmen Sylva."
- A MOST: Fr Holles; b. 8.6. r642, and concerning this Gadbury
that .. there is not one Planet ill its Detriment Fall
Peregnne. Retrograde, Combust, or in an ill place of "---..:
CG 159.
- (woman): 6 planets in conj. in ltll in 6th.-MA VII 33
8
.
- (boy): 6 planets within 30o.-lIfA VI 7.
- 6 planets in til in 1th.-see NQ 052.
REMARKABLE SIMILARITY between Auot and Niece: (a) AUNT.-MA IV
215.
- (b) NIEcl!:: resembles Aunt physically and mentally far more than
she does her own mother, \,,:ho is the aunt's sister.-llfIf IV
21
5.
CECIL).: the.financler.-MA III 474, xi 303, xii 149; Hi 203.
208,11 4, 53,60; CE 1, 81; ref. Barnato.
(" Bobs ").-(ps). [The time being Riven as • -i-.4
2
p.m., thIS horoscope would appear to have been' rectified' to some
extenL]
ROBI!RTS, MORLEY: the novelist.-CE v 206.
H.OB!!SPIERRI!.-HJN II 235,247; Hi 248.
WILLIAM, G.C.M.G., etc. : late Governor of Kong,
late Editor of Light, Spiritualist newspaper.-
PRESIDENT: spec hor.-OMM i 67. The sh referred to ill
MA Xlll 2°5, 1 3I, II 65,. makes the M.C. ,o,[Q0 and the Ase. I Igo.
ROSBBRRY, EARL 1 II3, 67, 137, 174, 182 (time eXQct).
ROSKBERY, EARL OF: (Prenatal epoch).-H i 177
ROSSETTI, DANTB GABRIEL: the poet; wrote The Blessed Daillosel.-MA
VII 501.
ROSSETTI, 'WILLIAM MICHAEL, brother of D. G. I<osetti.-(II).
ROUMANIA. CROWN PRINCESS OF: see Princess Mario.
- QUEEN f)F: see" Carmen Sylva."
RUDOLfi' II., King of the Romans: b. 18.].1552.-) 70J
S.B RUN OVER AND FRACTURED (in two places): male, at 5 years of
age met wiLh above accident. The hearng apparatus on one side
was '1uite destroyed.-U 235.
637 RUSKIN, JOHN.-flJN II 126, 163.
738 RUSSIA, ALEXANDER II., Czar: \Va" assassinated 14.3.81.-U 41; /1
ii 240.
048 - ALEXANDER III., Czar: (father of Nicholas IL).-AM v 115.
265 - ALI!XIS, HEIR TO CZAR OF.-lIfA II 22.
144 - MARIA,GR. DUCT-lESS: (daughter of Nich. II.)-MA x 176,235.
052 - OLGA, GR. DUCHESS: (daughter of Nich. II.)-M 1T9; II ii 2Z?
282 - NICHOLAS II., CZAR.-MA I 116, 186, VII 295; CE i 3: A A d 20
763 - PAUL, EMPEROR OF: b. 1.10.1754 (N.S.), murdered, March, 1801.
-Hi 40.
239 REYNOLDS, SIR JOSHUA: the artist; b. 16.7.1723.-RPM 1879, p, 68 (ta).
643 SABYE, JOHN: Astrologer; b. I.7.r621.-CG 183
917 SACKVILLE PEERAGE: 19IO Claimant, Ernest H. J. B. Wcst.-OMM iii
108.
944 SAIN'fn BEUVE: the writer and literary critic.-lIfA III 166 (Compare
Be:tconsfield) .
788 SALISBUR Y. LoRD: Robert Arthur Talbot Gascoyne Cecil.-CE il 129;
(spet Itor by . J{ymry ')
492 SALVIATI, G10VANNI 01, Cardinal of Florence; b. 25.3.1490.-G 16oI.
756 SAND, GEORGEs.-HJN II 240, 247 ; H ii 35 Compare with Chopin.
959 SAND. MAURlcE.-Langage Astra,l by Paul Flambart.
946 SANDRAU, JUl.ES; the wriler.-MA III 166.
31 I SAN EARTHQUAKE: figure for the commencement of shocks,
(exa,;t time as recorded by the III 329. 509
329 SAltA!:iTRO: nom-de-plume of Mr. John B. Shipley, well-known writer
in Light, and a student of away in sleep during
early morning of 14 IO.'II, aged rv 68, VII 519.
831 IN THl! TIWTlI (near has occnpied !illccessively several
positions, from all of which he has been surldenly
removed by unexpeclcd reverses accompanied by assaults upon hig
'tonOlH alld good slanding; essentially a man of affairs, very
ambitious, eXlremely capable in business and continually occl1pied
with schemes of considerable magnitude. At 17 broke coUar bone,'
and at 32 broke radius of left arm. At 42 in Transvaal (1899) pas!'ed
through enemy's lines. Father and mother died in his youth.-CE
tv '268
459 SAVONAROLA: b. 2I.9. 1452; (burnt at stake 23·5·1498).-C 490
175 SAYERS, TOM: the pugilist; (spec hor by J(ymry).-Sph i 335
SAX
40
SHE SHE
41
SOL
020
779
5°3
95
1
77
6
777
77
8
329
775
SUEMAYA, ESN: (nom..cte
4
plume of David Parkes), author of Tlu Star.
-AM ii 387.
SHIPLEY. JOHN B., see Sarastro.
SHORT LIFE: (i) male. lived twelve hours (ta} ..-H ii 25.-(Note that
this child was born just twelve hours before (solar) (Clipse.]
- (ii) male, lived 3 months.-H ii 27.
- (iii) female, lived 14 months.-H ii 28.
- (iv) male, lived 9 months: a malformation of skull, longitudinal
depression in cenlral part and on each side soft watery hemi·
spherical excrescences.-H ii 29.
_ (v) male, lived Iy. 8m.-H ii 30.-[These five cases are stated by
Mr. Daath to be chosen quite at hapbazard and not specially
selected to exemplify rules.]
371 - (vi) male, lived only 1 months, dying of convulsions and infantile
cholera, exceptionally big at birth, rosy and healthy looking,
bones unusually hard for new-born child.-MA V 369.
- (vii) female, lived only three weeks.--CE ii 76.
- (viii) (see Prince of Spain).
SHOT HIMSELf>' ACCIOENTALLY.-Sph ii ,.7.
SHOULD T1mY MARRY? (a) is a Hindoo gentleman and (b) II. young
English lady, and the problem is: Would these two be well-m a.ted if
married? (a) the man.-MA V 516, (VI 29I).
- (b) the woman.
SIBLY, EBENEZER: the astrologer: b. 30.1 .17SI.-AM ii 363
SIGHT DEFI!CTIVE: (i) male, 7 months child, inflammation ·of eyes set
in a day or two after birth and resulted in blindness in less thaq a
month. but the sight of one eye subsequently partly restored by
second surgical operation, the first on the other eye being unsuccess-
ful, native otherwise strong and healthy.-MA J 60.
- (ii) (short in one eye, long in the other).-MAiv 14.!L
SIMS. GEORGI!: R.: ·'Dagonet."-MA ix 136,.It '44; (referring to Star
Lore for June 1901). Se e also under Authentic Hooscopes in" Some
Explanatory Notes by the Compiler" at end of book.
SIRKAR, DR. MAHENDRA NATH, M.D.: established" Indian Association
for the Cultivation of Science," the first and only institute of its kind
in India: a man of vast learning.-(ps).
757 SIVERS, MDLLE. MARIE VON: friend and co·worker with Dr. Rudolf
231 the Mormon Church: (speculativ
horoscope, founded on the" noon point" method, checked by thee
prenatal epoch; see M A VIII 84).
SOLYMAN II.: The' Magnificent, Ottoman Emperor; b. 16.)01496.-
1669·
. ]77
377
S.UR-COSORG, DUKE OF: seo Edinburch.
AND IMPRISONMENTS, A Gentlewoman extremely subject
t.O; between 18 and 25 was imprisoned times; b. 28.9.1635.-
CG 211.
209 SCI-IAOMAN, EUGEN: the political murderer. (Killed Finnish Governor
General Bobrikoff and himsel{ 6.6.'04).-(PS. tal.
2.10 SCHNIH1VOIGT. GEORG: lho violoncellist and conductor.-(ps).
475 SCHONKit, JOHANN: ProCessor of Malhema.tic5 at Nuremberg; b.
10. L1476.-J 512.
974 SCHUMA:>lN, ROUERT: the composer.-SS x.
869 SCOTT MONCRII!i'F, Rev. C. W.-(ps).
768 .. SCRUTATOIl" (\1r. W. S. Cross. barrister·at-law): author of Reasons
for Belief in Judicial Astrology .. died suddenly, 4Sy. 8m. (lim,
exacl).-H i 146. ii 246.
S06 SCULPTOR, A: Pompei us Tarcon of Venice; b. 3.5.1497.-G 1652.
SEBASTIAN, King of Portugal: b. 19.1.1554; died a violent death by
two wounds in the head at the age of 24·---CG 30.
229 SELP-[NDOLGH:NCE: after being called to the bar at 26 obtained the
post of law lecturer at a Ulliversity; has translated numerous
poems inlo English and pnblished them; much addicted to tobacco
smoking and to the vice of m-t-b·n, from the effects of which evil
habit he became insane at the age oC 27.-(PS).
035 SEPHARIAL: (W. Gorn Old).-Allf iv 62.
:i43 SEVB:NTEBN YEARS IN BED: female, complete muscular collapse, spinal
wcaltness, partial paralysis, an<emic, stomach weak; a born imbecile,
blind and dumb; her hearing is good and she can recognise a familiOl.r
footstep-this the greatest intelligence she ever exhibits.-CE v 9. 88.
175 SBVERN. J. MILLOTT. the well-kao\\n phrenologist of Brighton.-MA
viii u4, II 271.
18S SEXUAL NECROTIC: male; another case is No. 229 -MAll 429.
445 SFORZIA. FRANCIS: Duke of Milan: b. 23.6.140I.--C 482.
502 - FRANCISO 01: 2nd Duke of Milan; b. ,..2.1495·-J I23·
452 - GALI!AZ: Duke of Milan: b. 14.I.141-4·-C 482.
534 - GUIDO ASCANIO DI, Cardinal; b.25·11.1518.
586 - (i) LEONORA URSINA: Duchess of; b. 12.3.157o.-CG 6,..
,587 - (ii) LEONORA: Duchess of: the same, acconiing to M. Sibly_
458 - LUDOVICI: Duke of Milan; b. 3.8.1452.-G .. C 462; J -495·
505 - PAOLO 01: b. 8·3· 1,.97·-J 17
1

199 SHACKLETON, SIR EnNEST: the explorer.-(bs).
067 SH6KRSPEARE, WILLIAM: (spec hoy), erected for 23.4.1,564, 1.39 p.m.
(N.S.).-MA ii 27.
999 SHAW, GBORGE BRR:-lAKD.-llfA VII 471 (spec hor).
073 SHELLEY. PERCY BYSSHE.-MA ii 277,111306; HJN ii 187,1191
SOR
42
STI
ST
43
STU
o8q SORABY, DR. BOMAN\' C. E .. (painful delivery. born by the fe.t,
interesting biographical details).-MA iv Uournal Ast. Soc. p. 30.
31); " (J. As!. Soc. 35). 237·
997 SPAIN, AU'aNSa XIl: father or present T<ing.-U 61.
304 - ALFONSO XIU.-llf A III 262; Vll 296; H i I.,.
357 - PRINC!! OF THE ASTURIAS: heir to the Spanish throne (ta).--MA
IV 373; OMM i 235.
998 - ISABJ!LLA: !3:x-qllccn, grandmother of Alfonso XIII.-TB i 121
548 - PHILIP n.: (Spanish Annada); b. 21.5.1527.-J 926.
5Q8 - PHILIP III.: b. 11+1578.-il'IS.
6:;:0 - PUH.II> IV.: b. 8+ I60S.-CG 33.
305 - VICTORIA ENA, QUf!J!N CONSORT OF ALFONSO XIII.-MA III 263
VII 297.
.247 SPARE, AUSTIN 0.: the artist, exhibited in R.A. in 1904 at age of 17;
(tillletXllrt).-MA 1247.
249 SPENCER, HERBER.T: the philosopher; (sptthar).-MA 126]. (V1Il84·)
262 SPENDTHRIFT. A.: began tife as clerk in insurance office. inherited for-
tune 3.nd squandered it; he..'\vy drinker; died of consumption at 42.-
IIJN ii 19]: At A HI 208.
260 - A YOUNG: prodig:al, careless life. fleeced by money lenders: a
believer iu astrology and the occult life. regarded himselfas fated
to extravagance. by previolls lives of selfishness.-HJN ii 192.
8]8 SPINAL CURVhTURE: male, had a slight spinal curvature from birth; has
a scar rm forehead; has been stabbed and is shortsighted.-CEiv 415.
00] (i) STANLEY, H M., the Explorer.-AM i I]: (but see also lIfA 1255.
where the possibility of another date is suggested).
248 (ii) - Alternative horoscope based on lo.6·40date.-lI1A 1255.
-008 (i) STEAD, WILLIAM T.: Editor of Tile Review oJ Reviews; (" rectified ").
-AM i 12]; see map No. Ig8: (CE ii 149).
fg8 (ii) - (ps, ta). [Time being stated by Mr. Stead as" before break-
fast," map has been calculated for 7 a.m.; the map in Aft! i 12], calc.
for8 5]a.m. may be presumed incorrecL]
7.5] STEINER, DR. RUDOLF: the great German Theosophist.-HJN II 'la',
247. Ref. von Sivers.
755 STHINUEIL, MADAME: the central fignre in the famous Steinheil murder
myslery.-HIN II 238, 247. (See FAURE.)
243 STEVENSON, ROBERT LOUIS: author of Tl'Iasure IslrUld.-MA ix 174;
HJN ii 92.
193 STEWART, CHARLOTTE: (" Allan MCAulay") author o{ Blad. Mar" TI"
Eagles' Nest, etc.-(ps).
'075 STILL-BORN CHILD: (breech presentation).-MA ii 284,
.po - (male): probably died t ..... o days before birth.-MA VII 87. VIII
88.
ST. NEOTS MURDER AN"D BIGAM\' CASK: Horsford).-MA xi Sg.
u8 STOCKTON, FRANK R.: author of " The Lady and the Tiger:' etc.-MA
ix 1]5.
157 STODDART, J. 1-1.: see nrolcen Arm.
26g uSTOOI) IN OWN LI?-IIT'·: sing-ularly unlucky, mistrustfUl, discon-
tented and apprehenslVe; very honest however. -JIfA II 1]6 (203).
984 STOltEY, JOliN' well-known practical astroloRer and dealer in aSlro-
logical books, etc., and reprimcd Simmonite's Amma, etc.;
died ]0.3.o7.-1I1A IV 288
608 STRAFFORD, THOMAS WENTWORTH, Earl of; b. 13+1593,-CG 43.
8I4 - EARL OF: (desc. from Sir Thomas Wentworth); b. 2l.8.[83I;
spec !lor by Sepharial.-CE iii 3,SI. Fell under a tmin at tbe age o{
68 and was mutilatt:d beyond recognition.
8]2 STRANGE ACCIDENT: male, was silting reading under a thick glass
skylight at t [.20 a.m.• I] 2,1900. Bradford, when a mass of sno"'; fell
(rom a higher building on to the sk}lig-hl and broke it, and native's
forehead was .. split open and had to be stitched by a doctor.·'-CE
iv 272, 273 (conectrd).
4°5 STRA.NGE CASE: (i) female, sent out to relatives in Australia at 14,
arrived sa(ely, journeyed bAck to EnRland at 23 and a year later
disa,ppra"ed, being- last heard of in Paris. Six years later she suddenly
turned up at her mother's, deathly white and with grey bair. She
hari been married three years and had one child but it is dead:
husband is F'renchm3.n, and they seem devoted to one another. She
was in a dreadful railway accident and her hair turned white in one
night.-lIfA Vl 555.
379 - (ii) female, about 16 began to be afflicted by dreali of solitude,
would not be leh alone for an instant, this peculiarity still remains:
for further particulars see MA V 517.
922 STRANGLED AT BIRTH: (i) sex not stated, strangled by its unhappy
mother (a girl of 23) presumably immediately after delivery (ta).-
MA VIII 88. (VII 87).
923 -- (ii) similar to foregoing; said by doctor to have had a
separate existence and to have died (rom suffocation (ta).-MA VIII
88. (Vll 87). See also under Child.
887 STRAUSS, RICHARD: the composer.-(ps, tal.
526 STROZZI. PIETRO, of Florence: b. I.3.I512.-G 1625,
7g6 STRUCK BY LIGHTNING: male, when a child was struck by lightning on
his way home from school; {eIt no ill effects at time, subsequently
delirious for days, then comatose without breathing {or weeks, improved
and was living in '98 none the worse except {oc a limp
owing to thigh b:::ing injured.--Cr: ii 224,
STUART: see James 1., II.; PretenJer.
TRIP
45
(ti) -- The same, according to data given by Mme. Seera of Chicago:
but· these data cannot be regarded as unimpeachable.' Harry Thaw,
12.2.71, Pittsburg, Asc. 'l"'19; Evelyn Thaw 25.5.84, Pittsburg, Asc.
SUI!: Stanford Wbite 9.1 1.53, New York. Asc. @o.-MA V 104.
The Age R,vietued, AUTHOR 01'": humorous writer; b. 16.7.1807.-lIfA i>
177·
The Fulfilment: see ALLONBY, EDITH.
THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. FOUNDATION OP: Inaugral Meeting held at
New York 17/11/1875,8 p.m.-AM v 176, IlIA IV 446.
- IN ENGLAND ANO WALES: !..a}·jog Foundation Stone of Ne\\
Headquarters at Euston; 3.9.19n, 10.58.10 a.m., C.M.T., stan'
deelared " well and truly laid."-MA VIII.
THEOSOPHISTS, SOME NOTABLE: see Besant, I31avatsky, Leadbeater
Hartmann. Olcott, etc..
THIERS. LoUIS ADOLPHE: historian and French President.-RPM 1880
TILAK, MR. SAL CANGADHAR: for some time editor of an infhtentia
Marhatti paper. imprisoned for alleged seditions writings and 60all
transported. Has a world-wide reputation for scholarsbip.-(ps).
TnoMPSON, CATHERINE H.: Editor of The Sphillx.-Sph ii 33.
TIme Years j,l Tib,t, AUTHOR OF: ShramanaEl(ai Kawaguchi.-MAVn
396.
THRICE MARRIED: an actress of some merit. Eloped at 17 with man
who subsequently became ber se&ond husband. Third marriage on
46th birthday. Died at 56.-111A vii 199.224. 266.
SAILOR, A: born of poor but respectable parents, ran awa,
from home as a boy, hopeful, careless and indifferent; wife" who had
been a cook," had to use her savings to defray expenses of wedding I
-HJN 11 233. 2'7·
To VAIL OR NOT TO FAIL?; financial difficulties (male).-MA VI go.
TOLSTOY. LEO: (spe& hor).
TORTRNSON. CHARLES the great Swedish General;
10.J.I591J.-CG 48; (17.8.1603 lV).
TRAPUZO:-lTiUS. GEORGIUS: mathematician and astronomer ; b. 24.4.1395
-J 538; CG 177 (from Origan\ls, who differs slightly, giving 'r17,
4'Y' to, etc.).
TRENT, A. G.: a well-known writer on Astrolof,,')7, author 01 The SOUl
and Ihe Slars. This was thenom.dt-plJmre of Dr. Richard Garnett.-(qv).
TRIPLE :-HoraceIRawlin!i (or" Robbins "); a speculati\'o
horoscope by Sarastro; for particulars see M'A V 318.
TRIPLETS BORN ON X"IAS DAY: (i) girl, 3.15 a.m.
- {ii) boy, 4''15 a.m.
_ (iii) girl, 6,45 a.m.; <til premature, i .•. , under 9 months.--MA IV

333
334
335
441
108
176
430
THAW
973
223
'33
THAW
44
TECK DAUGHTER OF DUCHESS of.-MA HI 156.
TENN'YSON, ALFRED LORD.-MA ix 1°3; F i 55 ; Hi 202.
_ HALLAM: eldest son of the poet.-MA ix 105.
_ LIONEL: second son of the poet.-MA i.x 108
TERRIS, WILLIAN (LEWIN): a popular actor; assassinated (stabbed)
by Richard Arthur Prince (" Mad Archer "), a down-at.heels stage
hand. -CE ii 167: (spa; hor by Kymry). .
(i) "TIlAW CASE, ,. TUE : spec "Of'S by Sarastro; (a) Stanford Whlte,
the murdered man. a millionare architect.-MA IV 206. .
34
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_ (b) HarrylThaw. the young millionaire who shot Stanford White.
--=!' Ne,hit). wife of Hacry Thaw.-{,h)MA IV
206.
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STU.... RT. MR. 5.: well-known New Zealand Theosophist. and author 01
several important scientific pamphlels.-JlfA VIII 351.
SUFFOC.... TED BY G .... s: See Mr. Mark Knights; also Zob (fumes).
SUICIDE: (i) nalive. a man. committed suicide at age of 40 having been
insane for a mOllth previously.-MA ix 241, xi 306. . . .
J7
J
- (ii) "John Yeadon," g'cneral dl'aper, unwisely 11l
ness, dabbled in Spiriwalism. became mediUmistic and committed
suicide at 42y. 7m.-MA xiv 50.
SUl.IMAN: see Solyman. . ..
095 SOMANGALA, SRI: Hi,:;h Priest of Ceylon; (see Theosoplmt XXXII 324
563).-MA vi 19. (VII 263).
SOTCLII't'E. MR. G. E.: author of" The Foundations of Physical Astra-
log-y."-AlA V JSG.
SVI!N HE;DIN : the great explorer.-(ps). See Frontispiece
SWEDEN: CHARLES X. (Gustavus); b. 7·II.1622.-CG 35·
_ CHARLHS Xl. (Gustavus): b. 2'1.1I.1655.-CG '12.
_ GUSTAVUS II. (Adolphus); b. 18. 12. 159'1.-CG 31; (9.12.1594. W).
_ GUSTAVUS V. ; b. 16.6.58.-lIfA VIl 305. .
_ GUSTAVUS ADOLI'HUS: Crown Prince; b. 1I.1I.82.-0MM IV 3·
__ AND NORWAY: KING OSCAR II. of.-OMM i 147·
SWEDENBORG, EMANUEL: b. 29.1.1688.-AM ii 484 ; refer also A M V 16,
and M A i 227: Sibly gives Asc. '1116, M.e. t'l25· Rd. F ii 140, 156.
ALGERNON: the poet; (spe& "or by "Kymry ").-Orpheus
: strange case; this boy was suckled by a
woman a widow who had had no child for three years; she had lJ.
in \128: being bo'rn 22.3.66 near Quimper in Brittany, time unknown.
-CE iii 253, 255. Note 0 d lV.
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VAILLANT, AUGUSTE: French Anarchist, tbrew a bomb in Chamber of
Deputies.-ifM iv 227; fl i 41
VAN MAASDIJK. CLEMeNT GUILLAUME JEAN: the aviator, killed while
flying at Arnhem, Holland, at the age of 25, in the presence of his
betrothed.-(ps. fa).
VICTORIA. QUEEN :-MA i 20, 240 (see also 267. 268. 303). x log, 112, 157.
epoch r6I ; HJN ii IS0. .
VIDVASAGAR, ISWAR CHANDRA: the Indian social reformer; introduced
widow·remarriage.-(psJ.
VfLl.IERS. second son of tbe great Duke of Buckingham, died
a violent death at tbe <LJ,:e of IS; b. I+I629·-CG 49.
V'VEKANANDA. SWAMt.-MA V 523 (276. ,1028); IV 166.

apparently healthy.-RPM 1879. p. 59·
_ WOODS. AlLKHN: one of the " New Zealand Twins," society
entertainers; so much alike they cannot be told apart.-(ps).
_ WOODS. DORIS: sister of Aileen vVoods.-(ps).
05°
351 UNFORTUNATE CASE: male; is to a great extent an idiot; shape of head
peculiar. very heavy and falls to left side. left leg shorter than right,
lump growing on back of each heel; teeth all broken and decayed,
mother very ill at birth of child. 6 hours UDder chloroform and been
unfortunate ever since. When child was she underwent operation
for Cancer, but growth formed again. Doctors wished to operate on
child's head. slretch JeK and take out all teeth.-lIfA IV 284.
280 UNITED KINGDOM, HOROSCOPE OF: Act of Legislative Ullion became
operative law, 0.0 a.m. I. I. 180r.-lIfA 191.
173 UNIT!!!) STATES. HOROSCOPE OF: (i) Declaration of Independence
adopted by Continental Congress at Philadelphia.. 4.7.1776, 0.10 noon;
(some authorities give 10 minules later).-MA [ 136; 5Ph i 216, 2t7
(CE v 44) : see below, and note discrepancy in D'8 place.
751 - (ii) Declaration of Independence signed, 3.4 a.m. 4.7.1776 Pbila·
delphia. (" congress sat all night debating ").-F ii 47. 133, 105.
714 _ Secession of Southern States; voting of Resolution of Secession
completed LIS p.m. '20.r2.1860, Columbia. S. Carolina -F ii 133.
375 UPWARD. ALLEN: see the author of the New WoYd.-MA VI 141.
496 URBINO. FRANCIS DUKE OF: b. 24.3.149I.-G 1622.
600 USHER. JAMES: Archbishop of Armagh, and scholar; b. 4.I.1580.-CG
g6.
985 UTERINE TROUBLE: female. died suddenly of some uterine trouble.
aged 25Y. 8m. (unmarried).-MA xiv 23·
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TSCHAIKOWSKY, PETRR ILlcH: the composcr.-(sjrc hor).
TUNISON, MISs FANNY W.: paralysed in every limb, unable to move
either bands or feet tbe fraction of an inch; paints, embroiders and
writes with aid of her longue.-MA viii 8. 150, 179·
TURKEY, SULTAN 01': horn 21.9'12 (a speculative horoscope by
Sepharial).-MA V184.
TURNER, J. :\'1. W .. the painler; b. 23.4.1775: ascendant stated by
0; Kymry" to be 11 r6.-CE i 142.
194 TWIGG. THOMAS: Inspector; Detective officer, retired; see DnU)
Tdegraph,25· lo.'ro.-(ps}.
.. TWIN FRIBNDS": F. S. and M. N. are t\"lO Iirelong women friends;
there a curious parallelism in the Cil'ClllU:>lances of their lives
(i) .. F. S .... -l"or p.1xticulars see JI,f A V 455.
the tennis players; (i) Charll!
Gladstone Allen.-F ii 121, 137.
(ii) Edward Roy Allen.-F ii 137.
- 13JOVATE: M F; (i) M boy. elder (ta).-MA xii 28.
- BlOvATE: M and F; (iiJ 10' girl, born about later-liIA xii
28.
- FEMA.LE: interesting case, showing trnportance of rismg sign (7
months chllchen) .. A" the elder, medium slalure -flJN II
173 where an interesting account is given.
- ., B ": a little above medium slature.-HJN II 173·
- living in 1904. Niece of (c) and (d) and twin to
681 - FEMALE: (b) twin to (II) but is said to be a 7 months child. and
soon died. Niece of (c) and (d).-MA 19.
- FI!:IoIALE: (c) Twin to (d) :md aunt to (a) and (b) ; stillliving.-lIfA
I9.
- FEMALE: (d) Twin to (c) and aunt to (a) and (b); still living in
t904·-MA [9·
)24 - MARRY SISTERS: A and B. twins (Scotsmen) marry C and D.
two sisters, not twins. This map represents A and 13. both being
born within abont:i of an hour. M gives positions at noon on day
of marriage.-MA IV 44.
-- (C).-MA IV 45.
-- (D).-MA [V 45.
- (M).-MA [V 45.
- UNlTF:n FnMALE: one died 5 p.m. same day, the other 24 hours
lAter; the mother survived: each child was complete only as far
as the middle of the body, the legs were imperfect and tbere
was no rectum.-RPM [880.
211 VON I(OnIEN,AxEL: the singer (has lower limos la.red.).
ZOL
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58t THII?: "Cuiulldam Priocipts Nativiw"; b. 11.I.rIOt.in
latitude 40° N or ther68.bouts.-J 968.
899 WHYTE, G. HRRII£R'I: one of the editors of the Lotus JONNfal.-lJs. tal.
6f.3 WJCtlELL, GEORGE: Astronomer Royal; b. 2I.3.]728.-(Sibly).
353 WUtNER, NORBHRT: a" youthful phIlosopher." began to read at 3, read
Darwin and Huxley at 8, etc. (Ia).-MA IV 301. (V ]04).
189 WIFR MURDEIULR. JOHN WM. HOLLOWAY: murdered bi. wife 14.7.1831.
-Hb 163; 55 xxi.
057 WILDE, OSCAR.-CE i 232. V 133; MA i 187. [This is calculated for
'2.38 a.m. 16.10.54 Dublin, but W gives 15.10.56. See CE v 173.]
016 VllLD£R, MARSHALL P.: the Dwarf Humorist.-OMM iii 5; MA i 357.
ix 175.
817 WILKIE, SIR DAVID: the Scottish paintf'r; b. IB.II.I78S.-CE iii 424.
055 WILL....RD. MISS FRANCES.-MA i 174.
658 WILLIAM III.: King of England; b. I4.1LI650.-CG 53.
346 WILSON, DAvll>: see Phillips, David.
630 WING, VINCENT: Astrologer; b. 9..... 16Ig.-CG 182.
743 WOLSELEY. VISCOUNT: b. 4.6.33.-F 68.
726 WOOD, SIR HaNRY J., the famous conductor: (spec ho,.).
150 WRiST DISLOCATED: while playing football.-MA xi 147.
960 YEATS, W. n.: the poet.--(ps).
232 YOUNG, BRIGHAM; Mormon President: (spec no,.). founded on the
metbod. checked by the pre-natal epoch; see MA
272 YOUNGER, DAVID: a notable magnetic healer.- M A ii 228, II 198.
353 YOUTHFUL PHILOSOPHER: see Norbert Wiener.
094 YOM-YOM: (tbe well·known Theosophical dog).-MA V183, xiii 175·
017 Z.... DKIEL 1. (R. J. Morrison).-H II 57; AM ii 3[5; F ii 179·
ZADKIEL II.: 5ee A. J. Pearce.
432 Z.... MRNHOF, DR.: inventor of Esperanto; {spec 1.01' by Sarastro).-MA
VII 397. 398.
on ZOLA, EMILB.-MA. ii 481; CE ii
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WACHTMI!ISTRR, COUNTESS: the well-known Theosophist and friend of
H. P. B.-Ips).
WADE, JOSKPU MARSHALL: (author of Natt,,'e's VIlvei/inc. Occultism ill
Symbolism. etc.).-MA v 150.
131 \VADE, WILLY: the humorous journalist and pantomime writer.-MA
ix '73.
W"GN£K, IlICflARO: the composer; (la)" at sunrise," (Life by Asbton
Ellis). Compare w!.th King Ludwig 11. of Bavaria, his friend and
palron (823).
W hLBU!tGA, LADY PAGET.-MA VII 2'28
WAL.ES, PRINeK OF: see Prince.
WALLACR, DR. ALFRED RUSSEL: the eminent scientisL-MA III 206.
_ MR. JOSEPH: fouuder of system of r.atllral hygiene and pure diet
known as "Wallaceism." (Compare with Sir Richard Burton) (lime
exact).-MA II 446.
_ MRS. CIIANIJOS LEIG!I HU:'IT: wife of the above {contrast with
Lady Isabel Burton).-MA II 448.
\V'ALCENST,£IN: the bero of Schiller's Trilogy; b. 14.9.1,583; (from
1(epl.,'s Vern. ZII W.by OUo Struve).-lIJ A VIn 72,73.
1'1.5 WEAK MIND: (i) .. Septimus" (male) (said to be a 7 months cbild).-
AI A x 193, xi 195, xii 30.
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_ (ii) .. A. D." (male) (mother reporls he was born 2 weeks before
time).-MA x 193.
- (iii); complete imbeciHty.-MA xi '95.
WEALTII : W. P., one of the largest manufacturers in England, whose
name is associated with a popular public commodity whicb enjoys a
very large sale; married a.t 22.-MA xi 153,25°.
To WED Oil NOT TO WED? THAT IS THE QUESTION: should the native
of Ihis boroscope, a woman, marry or not.-lIfA VIn 132,216.
Sec. of the Theosophical Society in
VilllTH, FRLIX H.: composer of" AslarteSyriaca." a symphonic poem
(based on Rossetti's sonnet), and other wOI"Ks.-lI1A VIn 364.
\,VHITICI'lIZLD, GRORGR: methodist divine,b. 16.12.1714 (O.S.).-(Sibly).
\VHITELEY, MR. WILLIAM: .. The Universal Provider"; was mur-
dered by natural son at years of age: see H. G. R.-
MA IV 180, a 'speculative' horoscope by Sarastro.
WHO IS Tms?: Male.-MA VII 434, VIII 110, 135.
WHO WAS THIS? :-b. 2].3.1543; a homicide and evil liver, .. qllidam.
cuius nomen taceo propter modestiam • . . morietur violenter."
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SOME EXPLANATORY NOTES.
ARRANG.MENT OF THE BOOI.
THE arranging this book will, itis hoped, be com·
prehenslble at a glallce. Arranged alphabetically are the
names or other headings of the 1001 horoscopes, each pre-
ceded by a number. Elsewhere, arranged so as to face each
other are the House and Planetary Positions, eacb preceded
hy the corresponding nnmber.
In the alphabetical list of names, the correspondingnumber
precedes the name, in the margin, thus en abling the reader
to find the name belolli:'ing to any number almost as readily
as the number belonging to any name, should he wish to do
so. It may easily happen that a certain horoscope strikes
the attention, and excites curiosity as to whose it may be:
by way of example, No. 909 may be given, and tbe readeT
will be rewardGd for his patience if he lool<s it up.
This method has been adopted, after much thought, as
the most generally expedient and useful. I t will be understood
that to save space as rar as possible is essential in a manual of
this kind, and this plan besides possessing other can·
veniences, enables a number of data to be referred to
briefly.
In order to a\'oid possible error through dropped type.
numeration proceeds thos,
001.002,003, . . . 031, • • • 135,. . 999,
instead of
1,2, 3, . • . 21, • • • 135, •. 999.
Similarly vsol, :!!zOS for VS1°,
THE PURPOSE OF THE BOOK.
This book has been advertised aa II A Thousand and
One Notable Nativities, compiled from authentic sources."
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101
and to the oa:lural question whether I rle expression
nati.vities is held to imply the nativities of noteworthy
or merely nativities that are Iloteworthy in themselves the
answer is, that both meanings have been held in view from
the beginning. .The chief aim of this compilation is to place
?efore the average student a large number of horoscopes
10 a bandy and portable form, so arranged as to enable ready
reference to be made to any boroscope and-an equally im-
portant point-to facilitate comparison between onc horo-
scope and another. The average stud",' here mentioned is
usuOllly more or less of a beginner, and to the beginner
that is most serviceable which is most· interesting'; for in.
terest fixes the attention and stimul.a.tes the mind. The
some famous person.say Lord Roberts or .. B. P....
stirs the imagination of the beginner and piques his interest,
and thus impels him to effort.
The utility of such a collection of nativities of Notable
People, therefore, will not be disputed and the reader may
wonder why these pages are not entirely taken up with such
valuable incentives to study, and why the baroscope of bis
favoudte hero in real life happens to be missing I Like the
'Compiler, he may have had occasion to consult that iovalu·
Ible publication, Who's Who, and felt aggrieved at the absence
of certain remarkable people from its pages.
Probably in both these cases the respective compilers are
alike blameless. With regard to the present work at any
rate, no pains have been spared to make it as complete as
possible. There is however a great difficulty in obtain-
ing authentic birth-data of notabilities, as aU who ha\'e
attempted it know. Of this more later.
In going through the pages of past issues of The Astrologu's
Magazine, Astrology, The Horoscope, Coming Evmts,
and many other modern and some mediieval astrological
publications, many interesting nativities were found, valuable
to the student for one cause or another, and a considerable
number of these have been included, under appropriate
headings, e.g., II Birth in a Mourning Coach." But even in
such a case the main object has been kept in view. and
where an authentic horoscope of some famous person ..:ould
be found to take its place, tb.o:Lt has been done.
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This brings us to a coosideraUon of the word II authentic"
and the sense in which it has construed by the Compiler.
A UTHENTlC HOROSCOPES.
Perhaps a sbort explanation of the illception of the
book may be useful. It arose out of a request made by a
subscriber in 19°4: .. I wish," he wrote, .. you could see
your way to issue a cheap pamphlet or booklet, giving the
planetary positions and degrees of eminent and well-
known personages."
To this the reply was: II So do tve! "-and the writer went
on to say (MODIWN ASTROLOGY, I. 314):
II The difficulty of obtaining reliable birth· data of distin-
guished and well.known people is surprising. • . To give
an instance of the difficulty alluded to: Some time ago
there was published in MODERN ASTROLOGY (ix. 136) a horo-
scope of Mr. George R. Sims, based on a reputed time of
4 a.m., 2/9/'47, which gave &t27 00 the ascendant. Shortly
afterwards, in' one of his breezy paragraphs in the Rf,ff,1"f,f"
the anthor in quef;tion airily remarked tbat as a matter of
fact he was born at 6 p.m. The natnral result of this was
the immediate publicatiooof a horoscope for that time, giving
Aquarius on the ascendant. But can anyone familiar with
the picture in the' Tatcho' advertisement persuade himself
that the author of the of a Lalldlady was born under
Aquarius!
.. That is tbe difficulty. On the one hand (this is only
a typical case, there are many more) we have a horoscope
giving an ascendant quite in conformity with the appearance
and character of the man; on the other, a 'fact,' from tbe
fountain head-the native himself. It is considerations such
as these that make the investigator very cautious in accepting
reputed birth-times of celebrities."
This was probably intended rather as a counsel of prudence
than as discouragement of the project suggested, yet the
researches undertaken in preparing this book have more
than once brought it to mind. In several cases it has
proved necessary to include two of the same
person, for the following reason:-
Most medizval writers, and some more 'lloderu ones, in
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puhlishing a horoscope merely state that the nalh-e was horn
at such a place and time. omitting all reference to the
of their information, and leaving it to the reader's inutH;!Ile
powers to discover that too often the horoscope is based
npon some more or less trustworthy process of
The case of Cromwell furnishes a ills(allce of thIs;
John Gadbury published a nativity showing cy'2(jO ascendillg,
John Partridge published another, with a whole bookful of
t directions' calculated from it, ha\'illg Y.f26°on (he ascen·
dant. Yet neither says a word implying that the horoscope
is what for wantof a better word we lllust call' speculative.'
While, therefore, it should be remembered tbat these <md
other astrologers of medieval times were Illen of ability and
experience, whose opinion is not to be dismissed as of DO
valnp.: quite apart from the possibility of there being many
fa ts beforo them, as contemporaries, of which we are
depnved and which if known to us might call.se us to
endor8e their judgment; yet on the other hand It should
not be forgotten that these astrologers were for the most part
extreme fatalists
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and, in consequence, placed what was
perhaps too great a reliance upon the' primary
by which they determined an unknown birthtime, assuffilOg
it to be thereby proven beyond the possibility of doubt or
error. So that comparatively few of these medieval horo-
scopes can be regarded as entirely authentic in the sense we
are now accustomed to employ the word.
These remarks will apply with rather less force
Royal nativities are in ques;tioll, since the birth of a prInce 15
·.lSually proclaimed within a very 6hort time of the actual
event.
No palOS have been spared, so far as the Compiler is
concerned, in the attempt to resolve any doubtful case.,
whether mediaeval or modern, and to give the correct
nativity; as instances may he mentioned Madame Blavatsk.y,
Mr. Barney Barnato, Maaaroe Adelina Patti. , But in these
and similar cases the Compiler has not thought it fitting to
obtrude his own astrological opinion, and therefore where
the c;liscrepancies in published horoscopes are due to a
difference in birth-time only, both ascendants are given, with
the authorities for each.
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The nativities of Nero, Alexander the Great, Cicero ar.d
others dating from times B.C., are given for what they are
worth, as interesting subjects for study in the way of research.
But the young student may perhaps need to be reminded that
slich horoscopes will almost certainly have been calculated
in. comparativ.ely times and based on documentary
eVIdence that 18 possIbly of questionable value, and he should
therefore regard them as not above suspicion.
THE PLAN ADOPTED.
In the face of the facts just cited, it seeilled to the Compiler
that the best plan was to give the horoscope, with a reference
to the bool< from which it was tahen, so that the stl1tiellt who
wished to investigate further might do 80. And this has
been done throughollt. The only exception to this rule is in
the case of horoscopes received through private sources,
indicated by the letters U p.s." and for these the Compiler
accepts full responsibility.* The time, dale and place of
birth are not given as they call if necessary be ascertained
from the sources given. Where in the course of investiga-
tions other references have been found to any horoscope,
these are added, generally after the source of the horo-
scope itself. Where obviolls errors have been detected they
have been put right.
It will be observed that house-cusps and planets ,ue given
in degrees, the minntes being omitted. In all cases the
nearest degree is given, or in a comparatively rare number,
where for any reason it appeared desirable, the nearest
half-degree.
This course was rendered necessary by purely economic
considerations, which likewise precluded the insertion of
latitudes and declinations. But experience in cOllDectioll
with MODERN ASTROLOGY" Prize Competitions" has shown
that these omissions do not sensibly detract from the value of
hbroscopes for the purposes of study. Indeed, it is an open
question whether the gain in simplicity and clearnesf ,..l oes
• N.B.-The' private sources' referred to, it should be explained.
do Dot include the immense, numbers of horoscopes filed at the
office of MODERN ASTROLOGY. as the result of. private consnltatic
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not more than compensate, in the case of the average studenb
for the loss in apparent accuracy. We say
advisedlv, for ]]0 in judgment depends UPOIl mInute
but only" upon degree positions. And this compilation is
intended to aid the student in developing his ASTROLOGICAL
JUDGMENT. .
The following' quaint remarks by John Gadbury In the
preface to his ephemeris for the years 17°9.1729, published
ill 1709, may be pondtred with advantage. He says:-
"And, here 1 shall presume to tell you,-Tltat in the Days
vI YO/?E, when Astrologers were less curious in the Mathe-
matical part of a (which in truth is not directly their
Province, allowing a Distinction of Astrologi( from Astrol/omy),
They were generally more veritable in their judgments. (Not
that I think the exactness in numbers any Bar to Truth
in Jlldicals: For, as it cannot much Help, so it cannot be any
Impediment.) But in this Critical Age, our vain Minute-
mongers pretending to Astrologie, when being at any tillle
discovered to have committed any Gro8s Errors in their
Guesses, they confidently hope to Commute for the Failure
by Pleading Preciseness in their Calculations, Craftily laying
the Fault upon the Slars, rather than taking it (as they ought)
upon themselves. Than the which, can there be any thing
more unequal and ridiculous? As if when an Artist hath
been Guilty of unpardonable Errors in his Judgments
it were an Ample and Plenary Satisfaction to Affirm, by way
of Derence,-That however the Event bath Prov'd, they wen'!
Numerically Exact in their Calculations. Whereas such an
Apologie, instead of. excusing our Man of Art, doth plainly
Accuse him, and the Art also, of Errour and Incertaiuty."
THE NATIVITIES OF P.toMINENT PEOPLE OF THE
PRESENT DAY.
The reader may be interested to know that in addition
(0 ransacking the files of MODERN ASTROLOGY and other
publications, as well as his own coUeation of nativities, an
energetic attempt was made by the Compiler to s,ecure new
material. Copies of the following letter were duplicated in
typescript and sent to celebrities-both men and
women:
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addrt$sed envelope tJulosrd.
AN ASTROLOGICAL "WHO·S WHO"
Dale
DRAft. SIR OR MADAM,
The Editor of MODERN ASTROLOGY, in preparing for
the press A ThollSll1ld alld Qlle NoJable N(I/ivitit$ feels that would
like to ADD YOUR HONOSCOPE. I thereCore w:nture to ask y'lU to he
so g:ood as to fill in the form below. The filling in of this Corm will
not be held to imply any opinion regarding Astrology. The
horoscopes will be published without comment.
TUIIl OF BIltTH, il Imown (sJa/t clcady wJutl,et' '1IOJ'lIing, 'loon or
lIight)_...
DAT" OF BIRTH (pltltse "'ttlre tile figllres very distillctL...
BIRTHPLACE TN FULL... . .... _
NAME: IN FULL
ADDRESS IN FOLL..•• .•. • _
Your indulgence of this request will be highly esteemed and grate·
fully acknowledged by
Yours faithfully,
(Sl4b-EdiJor./" Modern AstyolDgy ").
P.S.-Should you for any reason be unable or unwilling to
communicate the particulars asked for. I should esteem it acourte:riY
if you would initial this letter here and return it.
I may add that in this book the horoscopes only, and noJ the Date
or Place of birth will be published, and that this information will
be treated as eonfidential. The Time, Date and Place are. however,
needed for calculating the Ho' oscope.
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In response to this a number of replies were rec'et'ved and
though not all birtb·times we are indebted to this letter
for others) the nativity of SIR ERNEST SHACKL1:.TON,
the ,::reat explorer.
It is some commentary upon standards of
courtesy that quite a large number of these letters were not
acknowledged in allY way, in spite of tbe enclosed stamped
envelope, but thanks are due to the following ladies and
gentlemen for their courteous replies: Sir T. Vezey Strong,
Lord Mayor of London; Alan McAulay, the novelist; ML
Thomas Twigg, retired Inspector Met. Police; Harry
Houdini, lhe "Handcuff King"; Mr. Hall Caine, the
novelist; Mr. W. T. Stead, the Editor of the Review of
Reviews; Barry Pain, the novelist; Mabel Collins, author
of Light 0/1 the Path; Messrs. Herbert Jacobs andJ. Malcolm
Mitchell, Founder and Secretary of the Men's League for
ItVomen's " Dr. Orville Owen, the Baconian; Aylmer
Maude, the translator of Tolstoy; W. H. Lever, Esq., of Port
Sunlight, Birkenhead; Will Owen, the artist; Mrs. Rosa
Newmarch, who furnished the correct date of Tschaikowsky's
birth; Algernon Blackwood. the novelist.
A WORD ON SPECULATIVE HOROSCOPES.
Notwitbstandingwhat ha.s been said regarding' speculative'
horoscopes, a few such-very few comparatively-have
been included in this book. This for the reason that the
authentic birtbtimes were not available, and because a
speculative horoscope affords as lIseful a method as any of
indicating at least the planetary positions at birth.
B.ut in all such cases the fact is plainly stated, which is
the essenlialthing.
There can be no objection to a speculative horoscope
so long as it is not put forward as any thine else, and
the attempt to construct or criticise such, forms a useful
exercise for the student's faculties. In Modem Astrology
for February, 1904, p. 35, the Editor sums up the case
thus: II Most students know how little value is generally
placed upon the horoscopes published in Sibly's book. and
1 could mention a book recently published in Amer'··:.t in
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wbicb numerous horoscopes are given In which the birth
time is assumed. lu the course of time theae horoscopes
will be taken by young students as .uthen/ic and much hanll
wiIl result in consequence. I cannot, of course disapprove
of any bonafide attempt to find a birth-time by calculation,
but it would be wise if at the time of givioC the horoscope
the statement were openly made that the true time of birth
was not known. If we an to be in our search for
truth concernin, Astrology let us avoid being too impatient
and work slowly but surely for those who are to follow in our
footsteps in the future."
It will be understood, of course, that in all tbese maps the
dtly anu place of birth have been carefully ascertained tbrough
the ordinary channels. Unless otherwise stated the responsi.
bility for their calculation rests with the Compiler.
It may not be out of place to remind the .tudent that the
position of the Sun in regard to the M.C. will indicate the
approximate time of day for which the map is calculated;
e.g.,0 in xi. * M.C. = 10 a.m., 0 in viii. * M.C. = 2 p.m.,
and so on. He-nee the Mooo's place at midnight can readily
be estimated, since the MOOD moves approximately 12° a day.
or 1° in two bours.
HOROSCOPES COPIED FRaU OLD BOOKS, ETC.
(n the case of nativities taken from the older writers
such as Gauricus, Cardan and Junctious, as indeed also in
more modern cases where .eeessary, the approximate posi·
tioos of Uranus aod Neptune ha.ve been inserted. For this
pnrpose a condensed Ephemeris of Wand Wfrom 1000 A.D.
to 1800 A.D. was prepared. The Compiler haa not hesitated
to adopt the positions given by this ephemeris, which was
prepared with great care, in preference to those given
where, 50 far as maps calculated for any date prior to 1800
A.D. are concerned; considering them likely to be more
correct, all things considered, than the approximate positions
-presumably calculated on the spur of the moment-to be
found added to such maps when republished in modern times.
The insertion of Uranus and Neptune undoubteJlyadds
greatly to the interest of these old maps. It is quite remark.
able, for instance, to notice how fre"uently strong aspects
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between 3' and Ii' or 0 and Ware to be found in the
nativities of th. media:val Popes.
One or two students have urged that the position of the
hypothetical planet .. Isis" should be inserted in each map.
This, however, was impracticable for want of space,apartfrom
the question of the advisability of giving what may be termed
official recognition to a planet not yet discovered by the
a5trooomer, :lnd the astrological influence of which (assum-
ing it to exist) has been investigated by two or three students
at most.
For the benefit of the curious it may be stated that the
position of Isis at the be£:inning of 1800 A.D. is given as J 13°
and its annual movement as 1<>0'. From these data its
position can euily be calculated for any map given in this
book, since although da.tes are Dot given for reasons already
explained,* the positions of WWand '7 suffice to locate the
year of birth. Thus th.ir positions on January at of each
decade are as follows:
tV '11 '7 W '» 11
1800 utI7 1IJ!27 .119 I\. 1860 *25 II "I\. .11261)
1810 18 Itll) 110 1870 f'('17 'I2l20Il. 122-
1820 129 126 )(25 1880 9 II\l gIl. '1" 9
1830 1120 = 5 Sl17n. 1890 D 1IJ .. :q.
18"0 =11 MI3 116 1900 U25!i-llo 128
1850 )( 3 '1"22 '1" 2 1910 ImISJl, 'r17
.. Osiris," aoother hypothetical planet, whose position in
1800 is given as 5'l23° and anonal motion 2I'49",may, if
be inserted in the nme way.t
• In the case of years prior to 1800 the date is given.
t It should be remembered tbat the annual movements 1°0'0" and
0°21' ..9" just gil'en are based upon the Sidereal Years of Ihe
?lanets. Hence in finding the in, say, J600 A.D., one
must remember to subtract from the pOSltlons found, 0'/' dtgrte jor
,.,h 72ytars, this due to Precession; so that instead of 23
we should need to write 2. as the position of Isis in 1600 A.D.
Similarly in 1872 the position should be :1::26 not =25, I
D
having to
he added in tbis case. It will be found tbat Queen Elizabeth had
Isis in )( 13 to square to Mars in II I:Z; horoscopes 847 and 849
..Iso show Mars SQuare Isis, while i73 !thaws Mars conjunction Isis
IlO
In the case of maps from Caraao, \Or .......... 5es a peculiar syS.
tern of houses, the bouse-cusps are given as 1IOW calCII[ated
for the latitudes in Question. But in other cases the maps
have been copied as given, and it will probably be found that
Illost of the older writers, Iike Junctions, used tbe" rati?oaJ
method" of Regiomontanns. This method is fully explamed
in Castiug th, Horoscope and does not call for further remark
here than to say that the ascendant by this method is the same
as by that in common usc.
DISCREPANCIES IN DATES.
Some discrepancies in dates which may puzzle the reader,
as tbey already have the writer, may perhaps be explained
by the following considerations.
(I) The Gregorian Calendar in 1582 by
Gregory XIII. "J.llered the year. (i).by omItting 10 days 3:nd (11)
hy making tbe year commence lD January whereas It had
hitherto commcnced on Mal-ch 25th. Hence any date
between January 1st and March 25th be reckoned in
either of two years, 1582 or 1583, accordlllg to the style of
reckoning adopted, civil or ecclesiastical.
Careful people wrote such dates in this fasbion, Feb. 17th,
but it cao easily be seen there Is much rOOlll for
ambiguity and this no doubt explams why so mallY
people born about this time of the should be glve.n
different year· dates by different authontles. Thus FranCIS
Bacon's birth-date is given by some authorities as January
220d, 1560, and by others as January 22nd, 156f, the
date being 1560.61-1560 according to the popular or CIVil
reckoning, 1561 according to the ecclesiastical or leg::,.!.
The Gregorian Calendar was not ftilly ad<;>pted In. Great
Britain uotil 1752, although it had been umversal
on the Continent for o"er a century. The dIscrepanc.y
between the reformed and the old (Julian) Calendar had then
grown to II days, and students of history remember how the
ignorant classes considered they had been defrauded by the
omission, crying: II Giv6 us back our eleven days! " .
This discrepancy of IO. 11, 12 or 13 days {accordwg (0
the century) does not as a 1 ule cause much confusion. It ig
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meouuned here (n) to explain why, for instance, DolCOn
should ha\'e the SUll in =8° though horn on January 220d:
(b) because Russia still employs the Julian Calendar, known as
the Old Style (0.5.), and in order to convert a Russian date
to New Style (N.S.) for use in our own Ephemeris we need
to add I,} days for the present century, or 12 days for the
century just past; (c) because occasionally historians or
others convert an Old Style date into the corresponding date
of the present calendar, thus currency to what art:
apparently two dales. With careful writers the letters 0.5. ami
N.S. are always used and prevent any possible ambiguity.
They are not often used in the present work as the position
of the SUD is sufficient lo show which slyle is used.
; This expl.nation, then, will account for two discrepancies,
namely (i) where two dates of birth, exactly a year apart, are
in circulatioo, and (ii) where thc Sun's position appears at
first sight to contradict the stated day of the month.
(2) There is however another discrepancy frequently met
with, and lbat is the discrepancy of one day. This is some·
times due to the habit of the older astrologers of
time according to astrollomical instead of accordiag to civil
usage. Astronomical time counts from noon to noon, civil
from midnight to midnight. Consequently 6 a.m. of January
lst according to ordinary or civil reckoning, would be 18 p.m.
of December 31st according to astronomical reckoning. 111
this way some discrepancies can be accounted for.
(3) The one-day discrepancy is occasionally due to a
birth taliing place at or near midnight-as in the case of
Tennyson, who is variously given the 5th and the 6th of
August for his "birthday." The existence of such a dis-
crepancy thus supplies a clue to the time of birth nowadays,
but could hardly be relied on for this purpose in the instances
just referred to, for the reason stated.
In some cases, e.g., Dumas perc, we find two dates r;ivc:n,
a3 July 24th, 1802, July 24th, 18°3, and in this case explana·
tion (I) given above does not apply. In such cases, as
explained elsewhere, unless unimpeacbable evidence C3n be
found to settle.the matter, boUI maps are given, the Compiler
not feeling it within his province to give a." casting vote·"
based upon astrologica I inferences.
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GIlNBRAL ACCURACY OF BIRTH-TIWES, ETC.
dOme readers ma.y wish to feel assured of the reliability
of the horoscopCli given in this book. In so far tbat
depends upon accurate calculation, the responsibility must
rest with the publications from which they are taken, or,
in the case of tbose marked p $, with the Compiler himself.
But tbere is another factor, ;lnd that is the accuracy of the
stated birth·time. General experience in connection with the
varied work of U Modern Astrology" Office shows tbat tbe
average recorded birth·time lnay be presumed correct within
ten minute, or a quarter of an hour-i.e.. within three or four
degrees of the M.e.
The reader may therefore feel quite safe in allowing (but
not exceeding) a similar margin in regard to most of the
horoscopes in this book, remembering that time is likely to
be more accurately known when birth takes place during the
day than during the night. In certain horoscopes where for
any special reason the time is known with especial accuracy,
the words u time exact" are added; in certain others, the
letters t a or t u indicate that the time is approximate or
uncertain.
In the case of any Royal PersonagefiO, efiOpecially if a direct
heir to the throne, the time is usually atated iN an Official
Bulletin, and can therefore be regarded as absolutely trust-
worthy. In the vast majority of published horoscopes, how-
ever, the time is usua.llygiven as u 7 a.m.," .. 3 a.m.," II a quarter
to eight in the evening," or what not, witbout any further
particulars as to source, etc.; so that had this information
been added in each cale, it would only have increased the
bulk of tbe book without in any way adding to its wort".
It is quite true that it is very difficult to obtain perfectly
accurate birth-timefiO, and that in conlequence most published
nativities must be regarded as more or less approximate.
But it is very euy to err too far in this direction, and a
student known to the writer has civen it as his opinion, based
00 wide experience, that U as a rule, the more time and labour
is given to a I rectification,' the nearer is the resulting birtb·
time likely to approach the time oricioally recorded."
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AOfiREVIATJONS, REFERENCES, ETC.
A list of the cbief abbreviations used in tbis work will be
-found on p. vi.
A little book that bas been of great strvice to the Com-
piler, and h::'ls proved very accurate so far as he has bad
occasion to test it, is and JVhert of Famous mul
Women, published by George Routledge & Sons, in which are
given the dates and places of birth and death of some 6 000
celc?rities of all ages and countries. It should be in the pos-
session of every student of Astrology. The price is only a
shilling.
A n.lost useful work of referencp. is Hadyn's Uuivtrsallttdex
oj BIography, London, 1870, obtainable in most Public
Libraries.
A SUGGESTION.
It is not iotended to prescribe how this book shall he made
most serviceable to the student; each will find out and will
naturally prefer, bis own method of using it. '
But a may be offered, and also one strong re-
commendatIOn made. The suggestion is to use in connec-
tion with the book My Friends' and the [-ecom-
mendatioD, to resist witb all the strength of one's mind the
temptation which is sure to beset one of dipping about here
and .there, glancing first at this nativity and then at that, and
maklllg no settled study of anyone. It is Dot merely advis-
able, but really nectssary, in most cases, to copy out the data
on a In.ap form: Otherwise, many significant points in the
map fail t? stnke one. An earnest and detailed study of
-one map will profi.t .the student more than scampering over
the planetary posItions of a hundred, for this only tends to
scatter the m!Dd, and for the study of Astrology more than
perhaps anything else, tbe mind needs to be cOllcefltYattd.
• Uni!orm in size and. price with this. Contains 6fty blank
mapfiO. wah blank page faCIng each for remarks, also index, etc.
H
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AN ApPEAL.
This book has been prepared with all possibte eare.-the
amount of time and labour involved having unfortunately
delayed publication very greatly beyond the appointed time,
-but from the nature of the task the Compiler can scarcely
dare to hope that it is entirely free from error..* In tbe
interests of all students, therefore, he begs that tbe reader
will acquaint the Publishers with any error or inaccaracy he
may chance to discover; a post:card will serve.
Further, he would venture to appeal to aU who may see
this book, and who may have in their possession interesting
horoscopes or nativities of notable people Dot to be fOllnd
herein, to forward the requisite data:
{i) Tillie, Daft, and Place of Birth.
(ii) SOIl"ce of 1lljormati01t.
(iii) Name and Addrtss of $mder.
For this also a post·card will usually suffice. 10 response to
a similar appeal made through the pages of MODERN ASTRO-
LOGY some time ago, through the kindness of certain readers
the nativities of Richard Strauss. Wagner, aDd others were
made available for this book. Other sources of information
were suggested also, and wben the requisite lOOt Nativities
were duly tabulated there remained a considerable quantity
over. These were put aside to form the nucleus of a H Second
Series" which, DO doubt, will follow this in due course.
The Compiler, therefore, while expressing his hearty thanks
tc? all those by whose assistance he has profited in preparing
the present work, ventures to express the hope that Each
Reader will become his cooperator to the extent of onc or
more horoscopes, and thus cause the Second Ser14s to cover
if possible an even wider field than the present.
• One or two mistakes discovered while the work w...s passing
through tbe press will be found corrected by a nota added to the
usual entry after the name.
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ON THE TABULATION OF HOROSCOPES.
A great deal of interest is added (0 the study of Astrology
when some form of tabulation is adopted wbereby the
of maps showing any particular feature-say Mars in
Anes-can be known at a glance. The results to which such
a of labul.alion lead 3rc no less interesting thaa
surpflsmg. As an Jnstance may be mentioned the fact that
up to the prescnt no single person with Arieson the Ascp.ndant
joined tbe. Society, though ascendants are
fairly among !be other eleven signs. Ao
observall.ou thiS naturally prompts speculation as to
the relalJOllShlp of Aries to astrology; but it would never
have been made had not some system of tabulation rendered
the f.lel conspicuous.
What that particular system may he is oot of any great
moment. For ea.ch s.tudeot will naturally adopt his own
methods of codlficafJoll, and 110 sin/de plan could be
suggested which would meet with unanimous :lpproval. A
few of tbe desiderata which any sllccessful plan should satisfy.
may however be enumerated. (i) It should enable both sign.
positions aod house-positions to be tabulated, aod that in
such 3. way that any given position-say Mars in Aries, or
In the first house-can be singled out at a glance.
(II) .It shou!d similarly show at a glance the sign (oat ncces.
sanly de.gree) on t.he Ascendant and Midbeaven. (iii) It
should lIkeWise show 10 a separate column the sign-positions
of the Ruler of Ascendant. (iv) It should show, with as much
completeness as can he contrived, the various aspects of tbe
to 0. D, Asc., M.e., and also the mutual aspects.
will vary as how this may most satisfactorily be
achIeved,. (or tastes _differ; but while tbe method of ruling
columns m an exercise book bas the merit of compactness
and the popular U Card Index" system possesses
certam advantages which will recommend it to those who do
not consider portability a sille qUd flail.
One of the advantages offered by this method is that it
permits of any selected cards being grouped in any manner
or placed in any order. Thus, supposing for the sake of
argument all the nativities in this book to have been tabulated
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in some such manner as described above, each on its own
appropriate card, duly numbered, and one wi5hes to study
the effect of, say, Mnrs square Saturn. It would only be
necessary to deal out the cards as in whist, keeping onc's eye
on that spot of the card where I if 0 I]' was entered up.
and dropping all such cards in a beap by themselves.
It seems hardly necessary to enlarge o.n tbe of
such a system for of any and. ltS
popularity in the commercial wodd attests Its entire practtcal.
ness. The writer, however, having employed the system {or
some years feels that its merits arc far more likely to be
under than over estimated, and therefore ventures to press
its claims upon tbose wbo contemplate anything in the nature
'Of systematic tabulation, either of their own collection of
horoscopes or of those in tbis book.
There can be no doubt that if students generally were to
do more in the way of tabulation, so as to have the mass
of facts at their disposal more immediately available for
reference, an immense stride forward could be made, and .the
scientific side of Astrology placed upon an assured fOllndatlOu.
For example, some time ago the present editor of the Occult
Review slated that in his experience Taurus persous were
averse from taking cold baths; a small maUer. perhaps,
interesting from a medical point of view, and be asked If
other students could corroborate the statement. A lew did
so, haltingly, but bow overwhelming might bave been tbe
support or denial of the assertion if only every student had
been provided with some such tabulation system as has been
suggested.
As to the practical application of the card -system t.o. the
tabulation of horoscopes, it is quite easy. For a few shIllIngs
an ele-ctrotype block of any diagram can be proCilred, a
local printer will print SOO cards for a small sum: the wnter
bas found" court size" correspondence or post-cards useful.
To have the • tabulation' on one side of the card and the
ordinary I map' on the oiller offers obvious advantages.
Some of the unexpected results and interesting side lights
thrown upon quite familiar horoscopes by this of
dissection, will be found in an article on If The Tabulation of
Horoscopes" in MODERN ASTROLOGY for November, IgI0.
NOTES TO THE SECOND EDITION.
As REGARDS ACCURACY.
IN the five years which have gone by since this book was
first issued, during wbich time it has achieved what appears
likely to prove a permanent popularity, opportunity bas been
afforded Jor tbe detection of any mistakes or misprints. errors
of calculation, etc.
So far, only fOl'r have been reported which can fairly be
ascribed to oversigbt on the part of printer or compiler.
(i) cusp of third house in No. 007 should be 1116 not np6
(ii) cusp of third house in No. 034 should be 8- 12 not 8-21
(iii) the Moon in No. 096 should be 118 instead of as printed
(iv) Neptune in 972 should be 1:128 instead of n128 as printed
Wbether tbis result is to be interpreted as indicative of
success attending the care given to compilation, details of
printing, etc., on the part of tbe publisher; or inattention on
tbe part of readers generally; must be left an open question.
Only those who have had experience in supervising the
compilation and printing of tabular matter are capable of
realising the difficulty of excluding chance errors, and the
Compiler does not care to cheat himself with the hope that
the four errors above cited are necessarily the ollly ones.
There have been received, however, a number of emenda-
tions or U corrections" which fall into a different category.
As an example of the kind of thing may be mentioned the
alteration in No. 066, Franz Hartmann's boroscope: yet the
one printed was correctly calculated from data written 00 his
own ,'isiting card by Dr. Hartmann himself! Of the same
nature also are corrections to Nos. 867 and 869. They bave
all been published in U Modern Astrology" from time to
as received, and are gathered together bere and prinled
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118
below. Among them will be fouod a few observations which
are rather of the nature of comments than authoritative
.. corrections." but are included because of their general
interest, and because with the others tbey represent Al.L that
has been brought to the Compiler's notice regarding the
nativities published in this book.
CONCERNING SOME RECOIoIJdENDATION5.
Various suggestions have been received from students
anxious for the improvement of the book, They have all
received attentive consideration, and it is no doubt :.Ioe to
the fact that the seuders have had no experience io this Idnd
(l£ work, that their recommendations have been found im-
practicable. Other considerations beside the convenience of
the student govern the production of a work of this kind, And
(lne of these is expense, a fact which Ollf kindly counsellors
seem to forget I For example the following recommendations
have been made more than once;-
(i) Give House and Planetary positions correct to minutes for
the sake of chose who make experimenls involving grecH
mathematical accuracy.
(ii) Give the of birth as well as reference for the sake of
those who want to make calculations along their own
lines, without having to laboriously discover the data by
working backwards.
Tbose who make these suggestions have evidently either not
read, or not weighed, what is said on p. 104- relative to
•. economic considerations"; and certainly they can have no
experience of the expense of printing tabular matter. The
carrying out of these recommendations would doubie the size
of the bool<, and hence its cost,and hence also ils retail price.
\Vonld the reader thank us for this? We think 1I0t,
and the onlv alternative would be to the number of
horoscopes 'by olle·half. Tile publisber is assured, from the
general estimation in which the book is held, tbat the present
arrangement is, ON THE WHOLE, the best which could be
adopted.
The nnmber of studeots who wish to examine any particular
119
horoscope more minutely, in the manner suggested, is pro.
portionately too small to justify what is proposed.
A third recommendation,
(iii) Give name opposite the planetary data, so as to be able to
reCcr from horoscope to facts.
is quite feasible. Indeed some such arrangement was coo·
templated from the start, but. as purchasers of the First
Edition may remember, unexpected delay in publication had
given rise to an accumulation of advance orders, and the final
printing and binding was hurried. This recommendation has
therefore been carried out in the present issue, tbough not
exactly io tbe form proposed; because the book been
reprinted from the original stereos it has not been possible to
"dd to aoy page.
01 \¥nOSE HOROSCOPE IS IT ? "
A Special Table is therefore given overleaf by which the
-FIRST LETTERS OF THE NAME under wbich any baro-
scope IS Indexed on pp. 1-49, may be instantly found when the
NUMBER OF THE HOROSCOPE is known.
This. TabJe has been so conlrivcd tbat 500 C names' appear
at a smgle opening, and the numerical arrangement is that
rendered familiar by such tables as Chambers's. That is to
say, the first ttfJO digits of the number appear in the extreme
left-hand column and the third digit at the head of oae or
other of the remaining columns.
Suppose, for example. we want to find whose horoscope is
No. 390. \Ve glance down the left· hand column till we find
the first two digits" 39," and in the same line, in the column
headed u 0," we find" allt" which means that the first three
letters of the name, or other description under which the
horoscope is entered, are the letters a-I-u. And in fact 00
turning to page I, we find that No. 390 is the horoscope of
U A LUCKLESS YOUTH."
Again No. 000, II qlta," is SIR RICHARD QUAIN (p. 37).
No. 537, .. 'med, " is CATHERINE DE MEDIcr (p. 29). No. 005,
U pri." is the PRINCE IMPERIAL (p. 36); and so on.
la tbe Table the letters are printed in italic small letters,
00
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p"
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32 r4" Call ellt d,m Iwi twi twi lUll" PilE ,at
33 Ytd red bile II'; Iri II'; tvhi !l.g.l .h.g.t. kat
31 tho thl' Iha rem relU div Jat pit:: COlt bir
33 ti,.. IInj urp wie bra chi bill' spa gas lIl ur
36 bot mac tIlys lap lin ran sui Yam may tei
37 hi,. slto !:od 11/Ii hum upw a,t sho silo ,I.
38 viv rem met fa. tof p,t gllO mall jam cha
39 aIre dstIJ pri eha app lalt hlltlt hUIIl hI/III fea
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12 gre "or
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13 Ih. hat zam con who ,d. ras 01, tic
'ICr
II do"r t,t 'med alf tea ,fo pop hm pap "lg
15 lad mat ,/a pop pop 'med fel' era 'fa 'au
16 max Iya tntr eta pap enr d';lY 'med cop
17 mie ca. rnie bar pop seh /er
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120
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8
in the form of words of one syllable, in order to avoid the
unsightly effect of a number of capital letters,
etc., scattered promiscuously over page. Owmg .to the
exigencies of space the Table euds wlth 999, therefore It may
be mentioned here that map 1000 is that of MR MAPLETON.
For JOOI see frontispiece. .
If the student has a nUII).ber of horoscopes, say SIX or
more, of which he wishes to ascertain the names! a good
plan is to jot down their several numbers, and agamst each
set the tbree-lettcr " word" taken from the Table, and thm
turn to the earlier pages, and look them up j t1lao to
keep turning the leaves backwards and forwards 10 the effort
to look out each separately, which is' apt to lead to-
mistakes,·
o 2 3
122
5
123
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I,f a name is not at first found exactly where looked {or,
a lIttle further may reveal it; for example, MATTI
has Inadvertently been indexed after Mallet
of after Matthias, MARGARET of Austria and M"RIE
AntOInette after MARRIAGE. In the Table this difficulty has
been met by lettering them respectively :-207 mal 545 marr
694 marr, No other' slips' of this kind have been' detected:
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INDISTINCT NUMDERS.
In some copies of the First Edition certain numbers 00 pp.
J-{9 were printed somewhat indistinctly; they are all included
the following list, in which the' name' is printed first;-
cap 901 fra 616 map 1000
col 024 hug 943 nu.l1 3
1
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Ira 461 jolt 516 sol 503
124
CORRECT10NS, COMMENTS, ETC.
The following corrections, etc., as already stated on p. 117
(to which the reader is referred) are all tbat have
eommonlcated to the Compiler since publication in ]911.
They bave been duly announced from time to lime in.
tbe pages of II Modern Astrology."
It has not been considered necessary to have the stereo·
type plates altered
J
31; this, besides involving additional
expense, introduces the risk of damage to n:mainder-of plates.
So tbat pp. J.) J 6 are in all respects identical with the same
pages in the First EdWall, except that in pp.• -49 the first aDd
word of each page is indicated ill special type at 11Ie head
01 tbe page.
The reader is therefore recommended to pencil against
ea.cb number as it occurs in pp. 50-100 of the book. a mark.
referring forward to the page following wbere tbe correction
is given. H this is done the risk or the
comment-escaping notice will be avoided.
Remarks such as those attached to 018,059. 103,228, 366,
etc., must be taken as tbe writer's opinions and accepted lor
what they are wortu
0]2 H. P. DLAVA1'SK\': (P.5). 'II I am as certain as I can be
that Sepharial made a mistake in saying she was
born between midnight 31st and sunrise of next day.
He was writing from memory some years after and
mistook one day for another by a slip. It is strange
.that this horoscope has never been published withollt
some small error creeping into it, I calculated it
once and a printer's error in latitude got in. 1 wrote
to her private secretary in 1888 and have her reply
sOli aod it does not agree with Sepharial but I bave-
not the letter with me here. Nearly all prominent
occultists' horoscopes are uDcertain. A. B., C. W. L.,.
H. S. 0" none of these are known to the minute.
Two versions of A. B.'s are in print, and both are
within lhe limits of possibility:· [H. S. Green.]
03-1 Au" LEO' (pp. 26, 51). Tbe third house should be
instead of
<lS9
125
MRS ANNIE BESANT, (pp 4. 52, 53)· Sec remarks
above concerning 018. A rectified map Mrs
Besant bas been published since the edlholl of
tbis book was issued in ]9' 1. see Esaltf"l( Astrology.
P.132. In this (he ascendant is gh'cll as 'Y'S.3 and
the M.e. as Vjl.S4.
ANNA KINGSFORD: (pp. 24. 52, . DEAR Sm,-:-l
am able to give the real explanation of the
that seems to exist with regard to Anoa Kmgsford 5
hour of birth. been acquainted with ber, 1
was interested in having her horoscope cast. . The
astrologer gave such an acc,urate dehnea·
tion that, thinldng it would 11lterest Mr to
see, I sent it to him through a mutual fnend, httle
realising how very unfortnnate fe,sult be.
I-Ie, finding Libra was not the nsmg SIgn, conccl.ved
the idea that the family record of the hour of blr,th
onght to be disregarded in lavour her own
that she was Libra, and followed fe.mark 10
leller by saying he had made up hiS mind to wnte
to his publisher, Mr George Redwar. to Illter
hour from 5 p.m. to 5 a.m, in the event of the LjJr-
going a second .as he felt' llor my"
deep conviction was more reliable than, th:e family
tradition' (his own exact words) FlOdmg
nothing would deter him from carrYing out
astonishing decision. I wrote to Mr Redway explalo
ing the matter and how unfair it would ue to. A. K
and to astrology if a raise hour were subshtuted ,
and how concerned I relL about it. because it ha_tl
been through my showing the horosc,?pe thl5:
misfortune bad come about. (So httlc:. did Mr
Maitland understand or astrology that he seems to
have taken it for granted Libra. would be ascending
at 5 a.m., and did not trouble to make sure.)
Mr Retlway replied that he qUite the
situation but there was not tbe least probability thilt
the Lifr- go through a :econd I kept
Mr Maitland's letter to my fflend glvmg It to me)
for a great many years, and only destroyed it when I
066
096
10
3
126
thought the mattH could never come to the fore any
more. The letter was of value, as it constituted can.
clusive evidence that there was a family record for
the of birL.h as 5 p.m. It is most probable tbat
did tell people of his acquaintance of
bJS lIltentlon to alter the hour of birth to a.m.
t
and
those who had no understanding of astrology would
not c.ompreben.d that it quite unwarrantable to
substItute fanclcs for facts. He had no intention to
make Virgo rising, and most certainly bad A. K. seeD
a horoscope made. out for Libra rising and had the
reading of it been explained to her she would not
have persisted in her la.ntastical beiief which is all
tbe Libra idea was. '
" Another mistake which was responsible for several
false 1.J0r?scOPCS with Virgo rising was a notice of
the Lif6 ID Borderlaud, giving the hour of birth as
5 a.m. I wrote to the Editor, pointing out the error
and that the horoscope given (or A. K. was for the
hOUf, which brought an apology from Mr
Stead to the readers of Borderland for his' unfor.
lunate blunder.' i\Jrs Kingsford has, I believe,
never had her horoscope published for the correct
till n?w in the Occult Review, and all persons
mt.erested 111 .astrology. feel grateful to yOll for
domg her thIS tardy Jusllce. Yours faithfully, E.
FOUNTAINE." [Occult Review, Sept. 1914, p. 173.]
DR..FRAN?; .(pp. 20, 52, 53). In the informa.
tlon OrigInally supplied a.m. was l';iven for p.m. by
Dr. Hartmann: p. 117 above, and also !riA IX
4-1
0
. The follOWIng should be substituted for the
given: x xi Vi 28, xii: z6, i CI(' I8!, ii 27,
JIJ D J9; 0 lJl29t, D:2, I la, ? IIl23l, J 11Jl9.
I I. W*8!·sd,
VISCOUNT HINTON; (pp. 21, 55). The Dshould be Yj' B,
Dot!?B 8.
THOllAS HARDY: (pp. 20,54,55). II Thomas Hardywas
born B.o a.m. 2nd June 1840 at Dorchester. This
data supplied by. the nativ.e himself-through
tbe medium of an editor friend of mine, for test
153
159
22B
127
purposes. Tbis places Sl. on tbe ascendant of tbe
author of I Tess' and not ;IS you have if."
[Harold \:Vycb.l This statement was forwarded to
tbe writer of the original article from which the map
was taken. but no reply having been received we
recommended our correspondent to write direct, wt;
have Dot heard with what result.
TUE LATE MIKADO: (P.30). E. W. writes: II Replying
to your request for information as to birth·time of
late Mikado of Japan I copy the following notes,
which] received from a Japanese friend in Seoul,
Korea, who obtained it direct from the Librarian of
H.I.M. household whose duties aIe, among otbers,
the keeping of the genealogical records: • The
Emperor of Japan, born November 3rd, 1852, half
past tbe hour of the II Horse," Kyoto local time•.
35°1' N, 135°46' E.' I Note: "half past the hOIl'Y of
tit(: horse" corresponds to about I p.m of the present
system of time.' The gentleman who gave the above
is a professional man and an amateur astrologer."
[The speculative map No. 153, which is cast for 5.46.
a.m., should be altered accordingly.]
DUKE OF NORFOLK'S SON: the 160 00 P 14 should be
159; see Arundel and Surrey. Earl of.
MR B. G. TILAK, author of The Orio1l, Our Arctic Home
in tile Vedas. and other works: (pp. 45.60,61). II Mr
THak has in these parts been a person adored by
some and more disliked by others. Unfortunately
two astrologers have not been able to keep to the
reported and autiJeutictime-ooeflt least from motives
of party feeling. Mr Tilal<'s correct birthtime is
50 minutes after sunrise giving about UO or J3° of
&t rising. I have ascertained this time from himself,
and at my instance. he has published it in his paper.
His father was an educated man and something of
an astrologer; and Me Tilak says very particular
care was taken to get the correct time of birth. So
here your readers can have an opportuuity of
ascertaining the effect even of the degree rising-
13th Leo" [G. H. Keskar.]
128
258 LYTTON: (pp. 26, 62, 63}. Correct year of
blrt,h 1803. asccrtamcu by reference to register in
Church of 51. Mary.le.bone, through kindness
of hIs granddaughter, Lady Emily Lulyens. The
map on pp. 62, 63, is therefore correct.
31-0 REv. W. MEREOITtI MORIUS: (p. 30). Macsteg
not Maestalg ; maesteg = the fair or lovely
meadow. rA. Moe.J
3
86
AURO.,NOO GHOSE: (pp. '9, 68, 69). "1 gol his birth.
tIme and hiS autograph from Me Ghose himself at
Bombay early in 1908. My information thus obtained
gives QC. rising. ] should say however that the time
I saw Mr Ghose he was in a hurry and gave this
information from memory." rG. H. Keslmr.]
3
8
7 To" MANN' (pp. 27, 68, 69). Dshould be st. 29'!' in·
stead of IlJZ 3. Time is DOW stated to be doubtful
and the horoscope bad better therefore be regarded
as a ' speculative' one. The date is correct.
4
2
9 BIIAGAVAN DAs: (pp. 4, 70, 71). The year 1879 given
. Mi1 J 396 from which this map is tal<eD, is
Incorrect, It should be 1869, and the horoscope will
as follows :-x til 8, xi :f .J, xii 1 28,
I VJ23, /I *0,111 'Y'7; 0Vj'22, DVJ'4' '1/23,
JnJ14,}r, )j:'Y'7{', 'I 113, WeDl5r, 'l''Y'14t.
663 GEOnGE \tVICHELL: (p. 49). He was 110t astronomer
Royal Sibly says so but it is wrong. [A. Mee.J
73
0
KING GEOHGE HI : (p. 19). It is to be observed that
24.5,1738 is evidently 0.5. wbich would be equivalent
to 4,6;'738: 24-1:"=35, and 35-3'=4; see page
JIO. fhe map given can therefore be relied upon.
8S6 "ASTROLOGY AS JT IS, NOT AS IT HAS BEEN REPRE.
SENTED."-Regarding the author of this book, 'A
Cavalry Officer,' No. 856 on p. 2, W. A. B.·C. writes:
II The author was welll<llown to me, in fact he can.
verted me to Astrology, and gave me his book in
186] when I was in Barbados, West Indies. He was
Colooel Clements, aDd in 18c7 was chief of Police in
He was a very able man, and a good
67 LADY EMILY LUTYENS: (pp. 26,92, '93). The nativily
86
9
97
2
999
129
of Lady Emily Lnlyens, lhe National Representa·
tive of lbe" Order of tbe Star in the Easl," published
in MA VIII 268, wa& calculated from an approxi.
mate time supplied by the native herseH, who
has since been enabled to ascertain the exact time,
and the foHowing should therefore be substituted for
the house and lunar positions given in No. R67:-
x xi 1'14, xii Ill24, i J II, ii YS17. iii *0. D&\.14 '
the other positions remaining as before. See MAX
323·
REV. C. W. SCOTT·MoNCRtEFF: {pp. 40, 92,93). "When
we met at Adyar I gave you my birthtime incorrectly
as 2 a.m., but when I got horne to England I found
that it was 9.30 p.m. The date I gave correctly. of
course, '4/3/'79, and the place Edinburgh." Readers
will tberefnre kindly substitute the fnllowing for No
869 :-x &l8, xi nJ!I3, xii i ::!:=.2], ii IIl23, iii 127;
0*24, D/2I, '1'Y'17t, d'V,j'27. 1/.,:::z7!,
I} 'Y'4, 1lJ1Ir, 'l' lj 8.
EMANUEL KANT: (pp. 24, 98, 99); \l' sbould be
iii lj 28. Should be 22/4/1724 3 a,m. instead of 5 a.m.
and N.S. instead of O.S. according to II
of Kant's Life," which givcs:-x t 17. xi \1'31 xii l'j'21,
i .:::'23. ii iii D¥13t.
9DIl, d'$19,'lt,:::::ao, 'lYSIII'1 W"l2t', see
MA IX 183.
GEORGE BERNARn SHAW. (PP, 40, 98, 99). This boco·
scope of Mr Shaw was founded on a statement made
by Miss I. M. Pagan in the course of a chance con·
versation in which she mentioned him as born under
Gemini. In reply to a letter asking if sbe could give
more definite information she kindly replies as
follows (24/'/"4) :-" I bad the infnrmation abont
Mr Shaw's birth from his older sister who declared
she remembered most distinctly being told the hour,
when the arrival of a baby brother was told to her on
awaking in the morning. Her mother corroborated;
but was less absolutely certain. It was thereabouts,
i.e., •abont 0.40 a.m.! 26th July, 1856, Dublin: Miss
Shaw was very young at the time." A horoscope
130
calculated for tbis time shows the following positions,
which should tberefo:e be substituted for those
given in tbe map referred to :-x .:::::'1 xi )(8,
xii 1'('25, i D20, ii t!i>7, iii l2D23; 0Sl3, $18,
2st.4t. i3' "'"27. 1+ 'Y'9 sr. "OD8. \!Ill '4t. 'I! *20r
MA XI 137.
COOPERATION INVITEO.
The Compiler invites attention to (he appeal on p. 114.
which bas Dot met willi tbe response which be ventures to
think he had a right to expect. Will each student who is
not displeased with tbe book make a point of sending one
Notable Nativity froIII bis own collection? If this is done,
lhe issue of tbe hoped. for "Second Series" need not be ven"
loog delayed
STATISTICAL ASTROLOGY,
Tbe work 01 classifyiog the oativities in this hook has now
beeD taken up by a group of students and their results will,
it is hoped, ere long be available (or general use, thus
marking tbe First Step in tbe direction of Statistical
Astrology, tbe need for wbich has been emphasised by
critical writers more tban once. Solitary students who have
IitIJe opportunity of exchanging views with fellow-students,
and who are therefore apt to feel themselves somewhat 1$ out
o( tbe running ,. as regards astrological thongbt, have here an
opportunity or doing work that will benefit themselves and
others. It is a simple mattel to go the list of names
and collect together tbose tbat have any characteristic in
common-'.g. royalty, artistic genius, administrative ability,
self.improvemeDt as regards social position, unhappy married
life, ete., etc.
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