Tyl, Noel (1936– )
American astrologer, born in West Chester, Pennsylvania,
on December 31, 1936. Tyl attended Harvard University and
received his B.A. in psychology in 1958. He worked in business
for more than a decade before becoming a writer-astrologer in
1970. He developed a relationship with Llewellyn Publications,
a leading publisher of astrology literature, which, beginning
in 1973 with Horoscope Construction, released a 12-volume
series entitled The Principles and Practice of Astrology. The series
largely established his reputation in the field. Through the
1980s he edited Astrology Today, Llewellyn’s astrology magazine.
In addition to operating as a consulting astrologer, Tyl has
continued to write. Additional titles include The Horoscope as
Identity (1974), The Missing Moon (1979), and Holistic Astrology
The Analysis of Inner and Outer Environments (1980). He has
worked to redefine astrology as a psychological counseling
practice.
Sources
Tyl, Noel. Holistic Astrology The Analysis of Inner and Outer
Environments. McLean, Va. TAI Books, 1980.
———. The Horoscope as Identity. St. Paul Llewellyn Publications,
1974.
———. The Missing Moon. St. Paul Llewellyn Publications,
1979.