Sefarial( Outstanding English astrologer abroad XIX - XX centuries.)
Comments for Sefarial
(Sefariel; Sepharial, pseudo.; Present. name and surname - Walter Gorn Old (Old);
. 20.03.1864, 2:07:40 GT, Hendsuort, Warwick, England - <23/12/1929>, Hove, East Sussex)
. Attended "King Edward's School in Birmingham, from an early age engaged in astrology and Kabbalah, for several years, also studied medicine and psychology in their relationship with the occult
. In addition,. studied Oriental languages such as Coptic, Assyrian, Sanskrit and Chinese. Deep interest in Kabbalah and numerology was maintained at C. life, interwoven with astrological interests.
In 1889, Mr.. S. arrives in London, and shortly thereafter comes in a close circle of friends and associates of HP Blavatsky. S. introduced in terms of Theosophists A. Leo, has had a significant influence on the formation of his views. After the death of Madame Blavatsky C. formally departs from theosophy. In contrast to A. Leo, C. more interested in astrology as a practical science than as an esoteric discipline related to theosophy. So, before the First World War, he published a book "The Silver Key" - a kind of astrological handbook for the amateur horse racing. In 1915, Mr.. in his treatise, "Why war would end in 1917" With. predicted the era of the triumph of humanism and justice. Start a "golden age" will happen in 2249, but prior to this. predicted the onset of the Great disasters, which will last from 1991 to 1997. Among the achievements with. It should be noted his advocacy of the theory of geodetic equivalents, as well as his research in prenatal astrology.
Information in a number of sources, date of death with. (1929), apparently is not true, because in the preface to one of his books with. mentions the discovery of Pluto.