J. C. Street
From Kook Science
John Commodore Street was an astrologer, seer, and touring lecturer on esoteric and occult matters during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, described variously as an Occult Scientist, Esoteric Theosophist, Eastern Traveller, Oriental Student, Abbot of the Illuminati, &c., and noted to be affiliated with the Order of the S.S.S. and Brotherhood of the Z.Z.R.R.Z.Z. Street was particularly regarded for his crystal scrying, using what was described as a Japanese crystal ball in some accounts, and also acted as a "Meta-Physical Hygeist" and Consulting Physician of the "Magneto-Electric and Botanic" type, lending his name to certain patent medicines and electro-therapeutic wear.
- Street, John C. (1887), The Hidden Way Across The Threshold; The Mystery Which Hath Been Hidden For ages And From Generations. An Explanation Of The Concealed Forces In Every Man To Open The Temple Of The Soul and Learn The Guidance Of The Unseen Hand. Illustrated and Made Plain with as few Occult Phrases as Possible, Boston: Lee and Shepard, https://archive.org/details/hiddenwayacross01stregoog
- Kirk, Eleanor; Street, J. C. (1894), The Influence of the Zodiac Upon Human Life, New York: E. Kirk, https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/100195198