Hitler pressed a button, the elevator doors slid open and they ascended a 6,000 foot shaft through the heart of the mountain to Eagle's Nest, his secret observatory. Astrological symbols were painted on the walls, and the Zodiac was rendered on a high ceiling of deep blue glass. "I call this room the Chamber of Stars," he said to Afra. "But why am I here?" she asked. "Reichfuhrer Himmler has acquainted me with your astrological expertise," he explained. "And I would like to know if you foresee anything significant in my future." The Dictator's Astrologer, an historical novel, is based on the life of Afra Waesch, a real astrologer in Nazi Germany. Though the dark forces, personified by Hitler, destroy Germany, there was a still higher power protecting Afra from the treachery of the Hitler regime. Surviving several attempts on her life, Afra develops into a master spiritual astrologer with psychic abilities of clairvoyance and astral travel. But would she have the strength to tell the Fuhrer what she read in his stars?