The Encyclopaedia of Medical Astrology, by H L Cornell (M.D.) found its way into my letter box this weekend. I used the Herbal Tarot to give some indication of the size of it.
It’s a chunky thing. Thankfully, it is an encyclopaedia, so I’ll only be referring to it as I need to – it is packed with medical astrology references. Cornell spent 15 years compiling it – he started way back in 1918. Very impressive. Here’s a small sample from it, where I looked up “occult” out of interest.
Ignore the text above it unless you are comfortable with human anatomy 😉
As it happens, I tick quite a few of the boxes for occult studies: Uranus is strong in my chart, conjunct the Midheaven, and also conjunct Mercury. So there you go. This post shall end here, since I am knackered after an epic and wonderful trip to Eungella National Park over the long weekend (god bless the Queen and all that). Here is the evidence: