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Augusta Fox Heindel

Augusta Fox Heindel

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AUGUSTA FOSS HEINDEL

Augusta Foss Heindel, born January 27, 1865, in Mansfield (OH), USA. She was an American astrologer, theosophist and Rosicrucian who was also the author  and co-author of books that included "Astrology and the Ductless  Glands," 1936 "Astro-Diagnosis," and "Message of the Stars."

She was the wife of metaphysician-astrologer Max Heindel. She taught Max Heindel Astrology and continued his work with the Roscrucian Fellowship. Mrs Heindel was a dedicated wife and partner in the fellowship that Max Heindel created.  

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Augusta Foss Heindel, also known as Mrs. Heindel, was the wife of Max Heindel, a Danish-American author, astrologer, and mystic. Max Heindel was known for his work in esoteric Christianity and astrology, and Augusta played a significant role in supporting his endeavors. Together, they were associated with the Rosicrucian Fellowship, an organization that taught a form of Christian mysticism.

Augusta Foss Heindel and Max Heindel married and worked closely on the spiritual and esoteric teachings of the Rosicrucian Fellowship. Max Heindel wrote several books and pamphlets on topics related to mysticism, astrology, and Christian esotericism. He is best known for his book "The Rosicrucian Cosmo-Conception," which outlines the teachings and beliefs of the Rosicrucian Fellowship.

While Augusta Foss Heindel's contributions to the Rosicrucian Fellowship and her role in supporting Max Heindel's work are acknowledged, she is not as widely recognized as her husband in the context of esoteric and mystical teachings. The Rosicrucian Fellowship, founded by Max Heindel, continues to exist and disseminate his teachings to this day.

TIME OF BIRTH: 5:15pm

PLACE OF BIRTH: Mansfield (OH) America

LONG: 82 :31 deg West

LAT: 40:45 deg North

TIME ZONE: GMT 5

ASCENDANT: Leo

SUN SIGN: Aquarius

MOON SIGN: Aquarius

DATE OF BIRTH: 27th January 1865

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