Philadelphia, PA and London: J. B. Lippincott Co., 1932. Second Printing. Hardcover. Vivian Robson is a well-known English astrologer who combined a practical knowledge of mathematics and astronomy with a thorough knowledge of traditional astrology. This is the first volume of Robson's "Astrological Series" covering the Radix system which presumes that the birth horoscope is the root from which everything is based and judged.
This copy includes a small collection of manuscript notes by noted Hollywood astrologer, Ralph Emerson Kraum, contemporary of Manly P. Hall, conceived hundreds of charts and fragments of astrological and astronomical calculations for a wide range of historical figures. A small manuscript note indicates Kraum's own natus chart from 1890 in his hand and two annotated leaves with Manly Hall's Naibod tables used in the Radix system. From the library of Joyce Wehrman, a professional astrologer in the San Diego, CA, area who spent years researching successful times for winning at gambling. Very Good in Chipped and Torn Dustjacket. Tight, bright, and unmarred. Bound in blue cloth lettered in black on spine and front board. 111 pages, includes illustrations and diagrams. Dust jacket survives and legible with damage, in mylar protection. Also includes small collection of handwritten manuscript material from former owner. Item #9650