Memorials

Memorials

Rodden, Lois

Lois Rodden, member of Kepler's Founders' Circle, left her body June 5, 2003 at approximately 8:30 AM PDT in Yucaipa, CA.

Lois is in the enviable position of leaving this earth with a job well done - a substantial job well done.

Her work has changed astrology for all time. When she entered the field, there were no standards for data integrity. Incorrect birth data were innocently repeated over and over. The computer acronym GIGO (Garbage In; Garbage Out) comes to mind. Things are different now. Better books and articles are being written because they are grounded in a broad base of thousands of clean and well-organized birth data. Every serious astrological writer now checks his/her work against the data in her AstroDatabank.

Lois died of cancer (her seventh) and was ready to go without fear. She regrets not being able to attend college in this life but has firm plans of attending an Ivy League university in her next life.

Kepler College is honored to be the recipient of her astrological library.

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