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God Bless Mistress Sabrina Belladonna/Edith Speed; I think of her often. She was best friend to my dearly departed lover and Dom Sherri Phillips. I miss them both, their absence has left a mark not easily removed. No not ever. The mansion, the people, the friends, the fetish parties, the good conversations and more will always have my heart and deep respect.

Prior to Edith's passing she so graciously accepted a contract to babysit our dogs Avalon and Perry. We had a late arrival back to LA and asked Edith if she could watch them one more day and of course she said yes. The next day fully rested, we visited Edith to pick up the furbabies and that was the last day we saw Edith, only a few days later we got a call from her husband that Edith passed away. It still breaks my heart. I will always remember her standing beside her husband waving goodbye to us from her front door, her smile beaming, the sun shining, the blue sky above LA and the hope in our hearts to be in their company again. Rest in peace dear Mistress Belladonna and my sweet love Sherri. Thank you for welcoming me into your life.


Anne Rothwell
Brockville, ON, Canada
Wednesday, August 10, 2016
I just now found the breadcrumbs you left me to this article -- and I thank you. It brought literal tears to my eyes. I met her as Sabrina, a hero and inspiration to so many of us in Los Angeles and, later had the great good fortune to get to know her as Edith, who was arguably even more heroic and inspirational. Her loss left a deep scar on this city, which will never go away. Thank you for this tribute to her and your friendship.

Entropy

Sunday, December 13, 2015
Betsy,

Thank you for this beautiful sharing. Much of this I did not know and I only recently heard of her passing. I knew Mary as Edith Speed. I was her private spiritual teacher for three years in the early '90s. Edith confided much to me which will always be private. However please know she spoke of you fondly and loved you dearly.

Edith was a fearless soul with a guarded but tender heart. She is a very "old soul" and took to my teachings with much gusto and more discipline than any of my other students.

When I first met Edith I knew I had a unique student. She showed up at my door dressed all in black with a leopard pattern umbrella overhead, long blue black hair, spiked heel boots, blood red lipstick, and a motorcycle helmet tucked under her arm. When she didn't ride her bike she drove a big black Cadillac where she once took me for a ride with her black dog Sofia. One Christmas she even showed up as Sado Claus.

Edith was very curious about the afterlife and authentic spirituality. Through meditation and higher teachings she learned how to have direct experiences. Edith was courageous in life as she will be in the afterlife. Much love and blessings to Edith and to all those hearts she touched while living.

Alan
Los Angeles, CA
Wednesday, November 11, 2009
I am sorry for your pain. No words spoken by any of us will heal those wounds. Only time itself heals a broken heart. Speedy healing to those who are hurting.

Jennifer (Jolla) Snyder
San Jacinto, CA
Thursday, August 27, 2009
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