Society for Astrological Research
British organization that superseded the older Astrological
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cized by astrologers around England as being primarily a London
operation. In 1903, the older society was disbanded and
a new one reorganized with a seven-person leadership committee.
The committee consisted of Walter Gorn Old, Alan Leo,
Bessie Leo, H. S. Green, E. H. Bailey, Robert King, and G. T.
Elliot. This body gave way to the Astrological Lodge of the
Theosophical Society (now the Astrological Lodge of London).
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Calif. Wilshire Book Co., 1970.