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Became a common question from stranger to stranger, and the most popular astrological journalists became millionaires, their columns syndicated through hundreds of newspapers and magazines. In 1960, a college student called Marcia Moore had no difficulty in finding 900 professional astrologers in Britain and the US to question for a thesis, while in 1969, a journalist estimated that over 10,000 Americans were making a living from astrology. But more serious THE 20TH CENTURY Evangeline Adams was a fashionable and widely popular astrologer in the 1920s.

Presumably He heard the pleas, for no disaster occurred. The royalty and nobility of Europe were another matter: they universally consulted astrologers. In the 12th century, we have news of the first notable court astrologer since Roman times—Michael Scot, who when he died in the 1230s was astrologer to the Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II. Scot was much revered as “an augur, a soothsayer, a second Apollo,” and did serious work on, for example, the Moon’s effects on menstruation. He also studied how different positions (according to planetary rules) during copulation could produce different effects at conception.

Previously unknown before becoming works by Aristotle. associated with the The Church did not curtail the court of Geoffrey Plantagenet, where spread of astrological knowledge: he tutored the future King Henry II after all, many leading churchmen of England—was one of the earliest were convinced that the stars and scholars to differentiate between planets had been placed in the sky astrology and astronomy. Astrologers, he said, treated celestial phenomena by God for a reason, and were as eager as anyone else to theorize about that as they appeared to be, whether reason.

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