'The Astrological Aspects' (1930), 'The Astrology of Accidents' (1932)
'Some Principles of Horoscopic Delineation' (1934), 'Essays on the Foundations of Astrology' (1947), 'An Introduction to Political Astrology' (1951) 'The Encyclopaedia of Psychological Astrology' (1924), 'The Principles of Astrology' (1925)
'The Seven Great Problems of Astrology' (1927), 'The Zodiac and the Soul' (1928)
'Symbolic Directions in Modern Astrology' (1929)
Charles Carter did more to introduce astrology to the mainstream public than perhaps any other astrologer. Besides presiding over the astrological society and numerous other institutions, and teaching the practice to thousands of people, he even founded the magazine Astrological Quarterly and edited it for over thirty years. Charles Carter brought astrology out of a long dark period in its history where it had been viewed as a parlor act or magician's trick. Charles Carter organized astrological history like a fevered librarian, founded its basic institutions and presided over them for most of his life. As if that were not enough, he overtook the institutions that taught the practice of astrology and revamped their ways of teaching and schools of thought. He also passed down the knowledge of his predecessors that practiced astrology from the fringes of society for many years, guys like Alan Leo and Villefraiche. Charles Carter was as much a student of astrology as he was a teacher, which was what made him such a noted historian and expert in the field.
While there was a great legacy left by Charles Carter in the field of astrology including his books and magazines, his schools and institutions, and his theories and general knowledge of astrology, let's not forget the daily sacrifices he made and the daily improvements he made in astrology. He was a great practitioner of astrology himself. In fact, he was probably the most revered astrologer of his day, and even got to meet the great Alan Leo and discuss astrology with him, which had been a lifelong dream. In the end Charles Carter must be remembered certainly as one of the greatest astrologers of all time. Certainly modern day astrologers will never forget the legacy left by Charles Carter.