Debbi Kempton-Smith (16 April 1950-7 February 2018), author/activist/astrologer, died in her sleep. She was 67.
She was perhaps best known for her book, Secrets from a Stargazer’s Notebook, and her 10 year run as the Tatler astrology editor. Both displayed her characteristic wit and insight. She also had an active practice.
Debbi liked to say her clients "included psychiatrists, corporations, celebrities, politicians and human beings." In her will, she left a note for all whose life, one way or another, she touched.
She said, “Cheer up! For I love you all very much! I’ll be waiting for you all in the next world… But please don’t rush… It is a more imaginative galaxy here, but they don’t have nachos.”
Ever client-oriented, There was no way Debbi was going to go on her journey without making arrangements for those who wanted her service. She passed the baton, so to speak, to Rachel Stuart-Haas. She found Rachel to be highly knowledgeable and skillful, warm and wise.
Here is Rachel’s contact info.
Phone: 318 572 8374
When you go to Rachel’s website you will notice that she is also carrying on Debbi’s void-of-course-moon work.
There will be no memorial service or tribute, as Debbi really didn’t want a fuss. Please feel free to remember her with a prayer, a candle and/or an act of kindness.
As Debbi would say, “May your future bring you every happiness.”
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SECRETS FROM A STARGAZER'S NOTEBOOK
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VOID OF COURSE MOON EPHEMERIS
About Debbi Kempton-SmIth