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Deborah Smith Parker, Astrologer, Poet and Author of Humanus Astrologicus & The Horse That Haunts My Heart
Both books now available on Amazon in paperback & Kindle

Author, Deborah Smith Parker

Deborah Smith Parker is a writer, poet, essayist, astrologer, blogger and author.
Her first book, Humanus Astrologicus (2010), goes where no astrological writer has gone before and easily takes the reader along. Parker binds her deep insights of ancient knowledge with modern wit, humor (yes, they are different) and rhyme. Unlike many astrology books, it is has richness both for the person clueless about astrology as well as the seasoned astrologer.
The Horse that Haunts My Heart (2014) is Parker’s recent release. Anyone who ever loved a horse – or wished they had—will be quickly captivated by this coming of age memoir that chronicles the extraordinary relationship the young teenage Parker developed with her horse, shaped by the poignancy, hilarity and drama that tested relationships undergo, all set against the backdrop of the Rocky Mountains…

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The Horse That Haunts My Heart
A horse-crazy girl growing up in the Midwest, Deborah Smith Parker longs to live a cowboy’s life in the West. When she turns 13 her parents allow her to live her dream on a western ranch where she meets her first love — a horse named Tank. After a bumpy start, their extraordinary relationship begins to emerge, complete with the poignancy, hilarity and drama that tested relationships undergo.
Humanus Astrologicus
Humanus Astrologicus is a reader friendly jargon free astrology book. This is new age astrology at its finest as Parker tailors both wise and witty astrological descriptions and interpretations for 21st century readers. Through insightful prose and clever poetry this book goes where no astrologer has gone before and easily takes the reader along…

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  • Understanding Neptune: The planet of influence.
  • But Siriusly, folks–the undiscovered country of astrology and dogs
  • Pumping new life into the language of astrology.
  • Pluto & the United States chart: Understanding the shifting power relationships among the people, the government and corporations.

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How Astrology Works – The Science and the Art

(Excerpted from Humanus Astrologicus)
In a conversation with someone new to astrology, the question invariably comes up, “How can the stars be the cause of who I am and what happens to me?” The 30 second answer is, as the astrologer Zip Dobyns was fond of saying, “The stars do not cause, they indicate.”

The longer answer involves my retelling one of the most familiar stories of human history in a way many may find surprising. So get a cup of hot chocolate (or whatever), wrap up in your favorite blankie and settle in. But first a little background on how astrology developed into an integral part of many of the world’s cultures, and how the stars became associated with human events and actions.

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