Hazelrigg, John (1860–1941)
American astrologer, born on June 20, 1860. He was the
younger of twins, his brother being one hour older. Hazelrigg
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moved to New York as an actor but later abandoned the stage
to become an astrologer. His first book, Metaphysical Astrology,
was published in 1900, and in 1901 he launched a magazine,
Astro-Herald. In 1916 he led in the formation of the American
Academy of Astrologians, an elite group of astrologers who met
periodically to discuss the more esoteric aspects of astrology.
Hazelrigg edited the proceedings.
Hazelrigg wrote several additional books over the years. He
also worked with George J. McCormack in astrometeorological
research for 15 years (1917–32).
Sources
Hazelrigg, John. Astrosophia Being Metaphysical Astrology.
New York The Author, 1915.
———. Astrosophical Principles. New York Hermetic Publishing,
1917.
———. Fundamentals of Hermetic Science Being the Bona Fides
of Astrology. New York Hermetic Publishing, 1925.
———. Metaphysical Astrology. New York Metaphysical Publishing,
1900.
———. The Sun Book; or, the Philosopher’s Vade Mecum. New
York Hermetic Publishing, 1916.
Yearbook of the American Academy of Astrologians. 2 vols. New
York Hermetic Publishing, 1917, 1918.