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Periodical: Asrological Bulletina

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Astrological Bulletina.
The Magazine for Daily Use / An Everyday Counselor / America’s Premier Astrological Journal
Puts the twinkle in the stars
Other titles: Bulletina
1908--1953? Monthly, bimonthly, quarterly, then annual
Portland, OR, then Los Angeles, CA. Publisher: Llewellyn Astrological College. Editor: Llewellyn George, S.T., F.A.S.
Corporate author: Astrological Society, Inc., New York
1/1, 1908. 48pp (plus massive advertising supplements), $2.00 a year.

George (1876-1954) was the Welsh-born father of the attempt to present astrology on a "scientific" basis. The journal contained the usual astrological notices of favorable and unfavorable days in the coming month, forecasts, book reviews, explanations of astrological theory, answers to readers' questions, etc. Advertised in Azoth, April 1918: "Practical Readings, Interpretations, Predictions, Lessons and Useful Information about National Mundane, Agricultural and Personal Affairs. Contains daily and monthly outlook for progressive people, based upon planetary vibrations, showing how to work WITH Nature for best results. Fascinating, enlightening, inspiring." Noted in exchanges of The Occult Digest, 1925, and advertised in L'Astrosophie, February 1930: "Gives practical daily indications for better progress in business, social, domestic and farming affairs." LOC; St. Louis Public Library; University of Texas, Austin; Wisconsin Historical Society; NYPL; Harvard University; University of Illinois, Champaign.

Issues:Astrological Bulletina V13 N147 Jan-Feb 1911

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