The Galactic neutron star X-ray binary Her X-1 shows a 35-day photometric modulation. Detected across a broad energy range, the modulation is prevalent in X-rays, cycling between low and high states. Since the discovery of the 35-day cycle of Her X-1, the X-ray source has entered and returned from an extended anomalous low state on at least seven occasions. Employing Rossi X-ray Timing Explorer All-Sky Monitor observations, prior predictions that Her X-1 would return from the 2003 - 2004 anomalous low state with a new precession period and accretion luminosity are verified. However, the precession has not been as coherent over recent years as predicted. Potentially there have been more minor anomalous low states between 2004 and the present day.