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Richter, Haloli Q.

Haloli_RichterWe are sad to announce the passing of a Dear Friend:

Haloli Q. Richter, Washington Astrologer and Advisor to Leaders in Politics, Business and Entertainment, died September 11, 2004 8:00 pm at the age of 64. She went with peace, surrounded by friends.

Haloli Richter, astrologer, writer, translator and lecturer, well known for her substance, style, wit and common sense has died…..

A native of Linz, Austria, Ms. Richter graduated from Goddard College in Vermont, writing her thesis on “Bridging Psychology, Astrology and Mythology”. She was a life-long student of the humanities, especially art history, philosophy and religions. Her love was classical music, with a special passion for Richard Wagner operas. She combined her knowledge of many diverse fields with her skills in astrology to give her clients sage yet practical advice.

Her astrological practice was worldwide and totally by referral. She had a loyal following because she approached her service as a helping profession, with a deeply caring heart. The famous as well as the unknown person seeking self-understanding and asking the eternal questions found validation, insight and hope through her counsel.

Ms. Richter was a popular lecturer and became the first and only astrologer to lecture at the Smithsonian Institution, speaking to a packed audience. She was a book-reviewer for Astrology Now Magazine as well as associate editor. She translated books on psychological astrology from German into English. But her greatest dedication was to her client work.

Haloli Richter leaves a brother and his family in Linz and Salzburg, Austria.

A scholarship in her name has been established at Kepler College.

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