Cyril Fagan

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Cyril Fagan (born Dublin, Ireland, May 22, 1896, died Tucson, Arizona, United States, January 5, 1970) was an astrologer, who argued for the use of sidereal astrology in the west and established it as a separate field from tropical astrology.[1]

His books include:

  • Astrological Origins, Zodiacs Old and New St. Paul, Minn.: Llewellyn Publications, 1971.
  • Fixed Zodiac Ephemeris for 1948. Washington, D.C.: National Astrological Library, 1948.
  • A Primer of the Sidereal Zodiac
  • Zodiacs Old and New. Los Angeles: Llewellyn Publications, 1950.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Cyril Fagan Gale Encyclopedia of Occultism & Parapsychology, 2012
  • Holden, James H., and Robert A. Hughes. Astrological Pioneers of America. Tempe, Ariz.: American Federation of Astrologers, 1988.

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