Lee, Dal (1895–1973)
Prominent writer and astrologer, born Adalbert Nebel in
New York City on December 7, 1895. As a young man he became
attracted to astrology and for a decade (1917–27) studied
it privately. In 1927 he became a part-time astrologer and then
in 1937 became an associate editor of Astrology Guide magazine.
The following year he also became editor of Your Personal Astrology,
another newsstand periodical. He discontinued his private
practice in 1941 and thereafter spent his life as an editor and
writer of astrological literature.
Lee died in Fort Lee, New Jersey, on July 7, 1973.
Sources
Holden, James H., and Robert A. Hughes. Astrological Pioneers
of America. Tempe, Ariz. American Federation of Astrologers,
1988.
Lee, Dal. Dictionary of Astrology. New York Paperback Library,
1968.
———. How to Use and Understand Astrological Predictive Systems.
New York Astro Books, 1939.
———. Understanding the Occult. New York Paperback Library,
1969.

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