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This book is the autobiography of an occultist and pioneer astrologer from 1894 to 1946. Brahy founded the Belgian Institute of Astrology and its astrological journal Demain, and he also founded the Belgian branch of the Rosicrucian Fellowship. From the late 1920s on, he published stock market advisory letters and a book explaining the astrological methods that he used. He gives an account of the development of astrology in the 1920s and 1930s, culminating with the three International Congresses of Astrologers in Europe and his visits to the U.S. in 1937 and 1939. And he tells how astrology managed to thrive during the Nazi occupation of Belgium 1939-1944. He also gives a valuable assessment of the difficulties encountered in managing both an astrological consulting business and a magazine and book publishing business. And throughout the book he discusses the problems of astrology and its place in modern society. Readers interested in Astrology and Rosicrucianism will find many fascinating details of Brahy's experiences and associations with leading figures in those fields. Brahy's horoscope and an Index of Persons have been added to this translation of the presentation copy that he sent to his friend and AFA founder Ernest Grant in April 1947.