Grant, Ernest A.( Astrologer and public figure, the United States.)
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Biography Grant, Ernest A.
Initially he worked as a reporter and stenographer in "Norfolk Navy Yard", and then was employed by various members of Congress and lobby groups.
G. wife, Catherine, introduced him to astrology, and shortly after their marriage, Mr.. became astrologer. He was consulted, lectured and taught. In 1938. he became one of the three founders of the American Federation of Astrological (AFA), which currently is one of the oldest astrological organization in the U.S.. G. was the first president of AFA (1938-41) and its first executive secretary (1941-59). From 1938 to 1951. Their headquarters was the house of Mr..
G. and his wife also founded the National astrological Library - book publishing organization, which was later acquired by AFA. Despite the fact that T. much effort spent on social work, he found time to teach astrology, writing books and articles. He is actively involved in political astrology, conducted research in the astrological U.S. history, together with Ralph Kraumom wrote the handbook "Astrological Americana".