- Category : 1940-births
- Type : MGE
- Profile : 1/3 - Investigating / Martyr
- Definition : Triple Split
- Incarnation Cross : RAX Eden 1
Austrian-American astrologer with a professional practice of international dimensions, Haloli died on September 11, 2004 at 8:00 PM at her home in Washington, D.C.
Haloli never talked much about herself but radiated love and warmth for her clients, students, friends and indeed for humanity itself. Her lectures at astrological conventions touched her audiences with her boundless compassion.
She began practicing astrology in the US in the '70s. During that time she began writing book reviews for "Astrology Now" in a column entitled "Between the Covers"). In the '80s, after a painful love affair, she decided to enroll at Goddard College; there she earned her BA degree with a thesis entitled, "Bridging Psychology Astrology and Mythology.
Haloli's professional office was outside her home, and she made a good living practicing her Art. She used Mondays to prepare charts of her week's worth of clients, and she used the cosmobiological tools she first started studying in Europe. An advocate of professionalizing astrology's reputation in the world, she ardently supported the efforts of Kepler College. Born in the same town as Kepler himself, she felt a kinship with him and therefore with his namesake college. In her will, she left a generous donation to Kepler College as well as a valuable first addition book on Kepler's life written in German in the early 20th century. Her wishes were that anyone wanting to honor her life after her death do so by contributing to the school.
She also left a contribution to the NCGR Lucy Titunik Fund because of her concern that too many astrologers work without health care coverage.
Diagnosed with cancer, she traveled to Mexico for an alternative treatment that put her into remission for a few years. Alas, the disease got the best of her body but never her spirit.