OSCAR WEBER

(1903 – 1987)

Oscar Weber was a well-known Boston area astrologer. He was President of the American Federation of Astrologers from 1962 to 1966 and also a past President of Horoscope Magazine. He died at the age of 84. Weber was born and raised in New York City where he studied astrology. He moved to the Boston area in the 1930s. He was a talk show host and gave astrological advice for five years. Weber also lectured in Boston and wrote an astrological column for The Boston Herald – Traveler in the late 1960s that actually taught astrology versus the usual sun sign column.

 

Throughout the 1970s, Weber taught astrology in Boston. Among his students were Joyce Levine, author of Breakthrough Astrology, Dietrech Pessin, author of Lunar Shadows, Michele Adler, a Tampa Bay, FL astrologer and author of Predictive Astrology : Cycles of Change, Season of Meaning, Hawaiian astrologer and Radio / TV personality, Cheri Yamamoto, Canadian astrologer, Donna Van Toen and Larry White, newspaper and magazine columnist.

 

TRIBUTES:

Hi I just googled Uncle Oscar,I am impressed that so many that he taught are so involved in Astrology.I remember him as a kind,intelligent man. I am happy to see that his students continue his work in the field. As a young boy I remember calling I think it was WSBK in Boston,not knowing I was his nephew,Oscar told me things about my life and personality that to this day I am in awe. Thank you .Tim OBrien


BIRTH AND DEATH DATA:

BIRTH DATA: Oscar Weber was born on April 13, 1903 in New York, NY per SSDI and The Boston Globe. His birth time is unknown.

DEATH DATA: According to The Boston Globe, Weber died on May 11, 1987 in Canton, MA after a brief illness..

 


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