An IBM computer for use in astrology, first set up in Paris
in the Pan-Am Building in the Champs Elysées. It was programmed
by French astrologer Andre Barbault and was said to
cover nearly two billion possible planetary interpretations. Astroflash
II, a similar computer, was temporarily installed at
Grand Central Station, New York, in June 1969 and offered a
14-page horoscope in two minutes for $5.