First published in 1932, “The Zodiac and the Salts of Salvation” is a thorough introduction to homeopathy and astrology written by George Washington Carey and Inez Eudora Perry. Dr. Carey was born in 1845 and was an American medical doctor who wrote several books during the early twentieth-century on biochemistry, religion, astrology, physiology, and his mineral-based theory of the origin of human health and disease. In “The Zodiac and the Salts of Salvation”, Dr. Carey and his co-author Perry explore the relationship between the basic biochemical cell salts, or homeopathic remedies, and the twelve sun signs, or zodiac signs. In Part 1, Dr. Carey takes the reader on an in-depth examination of each homeopathic remedy and how it relates to the body’s physiology. In Part 2, Perry explains the meaning and origin of each of the zodiac signs in both eastern and western religion, masonic texts, and their spiritual significance. The authors then detail how each of these homeopathic remedies interact in different ways in a body depending on the person’s sun sign and the current phase of the solar calendar. “The Zodiac and the Salts of Salvation” remains an important and informative guide for all students of homeopathy and astrology.