- Category : 1883-births
- Type : MGP
- Profile : 5/1 - Heretical / Investigator
- Definition : Triple Split
- Incarnation Cross : LAX Identification 1
German astrologer interested not only in astrology but also in Nostradamus, and also in other occult topics and the art of healing.
He married Maria Maritha Pracht (b. 11 February 1896 in Nürnberg), the daughter of astrologer Karl Brandler-Pracht, on 26 March 1914 in Berlin. One may assume that he was close to the National Socialists during the Third Reich, he wrote in the "Politische Rundschau" together with Maximilian Bauer about the "Cosmic Mission of the Führer". His work on the Edda also suggests an ariospheric attitude. Some of his works were published by his wife Maria.
Noah began his astrology studies in 1903. He is known as the editor of three astrological journals, first the Astrologische Blätter (1923-1926), then the Phönix (1927), after the journal was merged with Die Astrologie in mid-1928, he also took over its editorial management from M. Erich Winkel. In 1930 he published the Astro-Magazine for a short time, which only had a few issues.
He is also known to have been sentenced to three months imprisonment for fraud in Vienna in 1938, but without further background. After the war Maritha Noah - as editor of her father's works - called herself Brandler-Pracht, so that it can be assumed that Bruno Noah did not survive the Second World War.