William Grant Lewi II (June 8, 1902 – July 14, 1951) was an American astrologer and author.
Lewi was born in Albany, New York. He attended Hamilton College and graduated from Columbia University. He taught English at Dartmouth College, the University of North Dakota, and at the University of Delaware.
In 1934, Lewi began working as a professional astrologer.
In 1935, Lewi's book Heaven Knows What was published under the pseudonym Scorpio. Lewi pioneered chart synthesis with 144 Sun/Moon sign delineations and aspect cross-references that he developed on the basis of thousands of questionnaire responses.
In 1940, Astrology for the Millions was published. In it he provided a short outline of his life.
Lewi edited Horoscope Magazine in the late 1930s and 1940s.
Lewi began his own magazine, The Astrologer, in 1950.
Lewi moved to Arizona in the early 1950s, and died July 15, 1951.
- 1935: Star of Empire: A Novel (New York: Vanguard Press).
- 1935: Heaven Knows What, under the pseudonym Scorpio (Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Doran & company, inc.).
- 1937: The Gods Arrive: A Novel of American Life and American Business, 1928-1935 (Philadelphia, London: J. B. Lippincott Company).
- 1940: Astrology for the Millions (New York: Doubleday, Doran and company).
- 1946: Your Greatest Strength (Philadelphia: David McKay company).
- William Grant Lewi II: ~ A Biography~ by C. Ravin, Esq. Accessed June 15, 2008.
- William Grant Lewi II: ~ A Biography~ by C. Ravin, Esq. Spring 2000.
- The Gemini Pioneer of Free Will Astrology, Grant Lewi by Robert Wilkinson
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