The Stars How and Where They Influence by L Edward Johndro (1929)
L.Edward Johndro was one of the great astrologers of the last century. I have found that it is more important to understand his concept of astrology then it is too determine his specific techniques. This outlook can then be applied to astrological work in general. We can learn much about his character and his ideas from the eulogy, from which I shall be quoting, that was begun by his associate, Kenneth W. Brown. During this task, Brown passed away, leaving the completion to Charles Jayne.
Much of my knowledge of his work was through my 12-year association with Charles A. Jayne, Jr. Many of his concepts were based upon Johndro’s ideas. Brown once said: “This discovery, made by Jayne, was only possible because of Johndro’s work.”
“Johndro was a Canadian astrologer interested in the research of electromagnetic fields and their astrological correspondence. An electrician and radio engineer, Johndro taught math and physics…
“Johndro moved to the West Coast in 1903 where he lived for the remainder of his life. An original thinker, he created an astrological chart calculating a method for un-timed births and, in 1929, was the author of “Stars: How and Where They Influence” and “The Earth in the Heavens.” He was the author of two bulletins in the early ’30s: A New Conception of Sign Rulership and Astrological Dictionary…”Astro-data bank
Provides information concerning planetary and zodiacal influences, and explains how to assess occupations, health, and finances
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