"THE MINUTE WE HEARD ABOUT DEBBI KEMPTON-SMITH, WE DASHED FOR THE PHONE." - THE NEW YORKER
THE IRREVERENT CLASSIC
An almanac of hot tips and sneaky tricks of timing stolen from the crumbling ancients and the Hubble-hugging moderns- from Venus' sleazy sex and eternal love to the brand-new woo-woo exoplanets
Secrets From a Stargazer's Notebook will amaze you and shake your world
Debbi Kempton-Smith's Secrets From a Stargazer's Notebook is the brilliant, witty, outrageous, groundbreaking, wildly popular book that forever changes the way people look at astrology.
* Know when to spot love, lust, or a beautiful friendship
* Master million-dollar timing tricks to win at nearly everything
* Learn to read a chart - in less than five minutes
* Discover secret starry shortcuts that would have taken you 5.000 years to learn
* Surf the Easy look-it-up tables for all the planets
* Unlock hidden clues about how and when you and the people near you tick and go tick-tick-tick
* Master sneaky timing tactics for everyday living and that once in a lifetime opportunity.
save time with easy-to-use planet tables
- PLUS Chiron and the X-O PLANETS
Take charge of your life Secrets From a Stargazer's Notebook is the ultimate party book.
Debbi Kempton Smith is a wonderful teacher and lighthearted sage.Published 11 hours ago by Kindle Customer
This is one of the best books on astrology that I know of. She cuts to the chase with humor and insight. One of the best sections is on Saturn, where people hurt. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Earthheart
I am thrilled to see this back in print! I still have the 1984 edition which is falling apart from use. It is invaluable, and I'll look forward to the updated version.Published 1 month ago by Dion-Isis
My favorite book on astrology. Probably the best introductory book. Kempton-Smith is very witty. Also, has a knack for extremely-telling psychological insights. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Trineman
Was funny in the sixties, now, less so. Cute and novel, very Geminian, but now, doesn't hold up to the sharper lenses
of the archetypes.
A little too angry at times, the language and the descriptions sound like the author was thinking at her own enemies when writing some of the moon positions, for example. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Marie