|The Classical Astrology Series THE 12 SIGNS OF THE ZODIAC by C.E.O. Carter|
Charles Ernest Owen Carter
was born at Parkstone, Dorset on 31 January 1887 at 10:55 p.m. He evidently became interested in astrology about the year 1910 and between that date and his death on 4 October 1968 he established a reputation as the foremost exponent of astrological truth in modern times.
Returning from the first World War he was elected president of the Astrological Lodge of London in 1922. Through this office, which he held for thirty years, and through the quarterly 'Astrology' which he started in 1926 and edited until 1959, he was a guiding light to students not only in London but throughout the world.
Upon the foundation of the Faculty of Astrological Studies he became its first Principal and in 1958 he became Patron of the newly formed Astrological Association.
Throughout these years he wrote many books and articles which were especially characterized by clarity, soundness and unity of thought. Together they provide perhaps the finest body of astrological literature available today.
Sutton, Surrey, 1970
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