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Story of Astrology by Manly Palmer Hall
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Story of Astrology

by Manly Palmer Hall

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0893145254, Hardcover)

An illustrated account of the leading facts of the science of the stars from ancient to modern times, including its development in both the Far East and the Western continents. Especially interesting for the wealth of information involving celebrated persons who believed in astrology, including Copernicus, Galileo, Kepler, and Sir Isaac Newton, the effect of astrology on the development of science, religion, and philosophy is also examined. Emphasis is placed upon the astrological theories of the Greeks, Romans, Arabs, Aztecs, and Burmese, as well as a special section on Tibetan divination and astrology.

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