Nietzsche Goes Crazy Looking for Himself

Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche was a German philosopher, cultural critic, composer, poet, philologist, and a Latin and Greek scholar whose work justifies his claim to be the World's first Psychologist. Nietzsche was born on October 15th, the Day of the WORLD'S STAGE; Nietzsche took his 7 of Clubs "Spiritual Knowledge" Birth Card, Who You Are Card, his Soul Card, very seriously - so much so - he drove himself crazy in his search of Self.

SEVEN  of Clubs: The Card of SPIRITUAL KNOWLEDGE:  All sevens are highly spiritual cards but it is up to the individual to manifest this spirituality and to turn negativity into accomplishment. The Seven of Clubs challenge rests in the negative aspects of the mind which are worry, doubt and pessimism. They have much inherent inspiration and insight, but when they don't follow it, Saturn's influence brings much despair and sometimes depression. They have power to overcome their problems and to attain the fame and recognition they secretly desire, but they must apply themselves diligently. They are likely to have large sums of money at different times in their life, but often they spend it as fast as they get it. All their difficulties in life can be traced directly to their thoughts. So the Seven of Clubs, more than any other card, has a great responsibility to maintain positive, healing thoughts. Any contact with spiritual thought or ideals is sure to have a positive effect on them and is highly recommended.

Your Karma Cards are the:   Eight of Diamonds - You owe something to this person and they reflect you in some way.   Jack of Spades - This person owes you and you are their mirror in some way. 

March 29  Aries I,  April 27  Taurus I,  May 25  Gemini I,  June 23  Gemini-Cancer Cusp,  July 21  Cancer-Leo Cusp  August 19  Leo-Virgo Cusp,   September 17  Virgo III  October 15  Libra III,  November 13    Scorpio III,  December 11  Sagittarius III.

Why, Nietzsche and SEVEN  of Clubs people born on April 27, May 25, and October 15, spend so much time on self-reflection, is due to their QUEEN  of Spades "Self-Mastery" Ego. Maybe Nietzsche over did it, but it justifies his claim to be, the World's first Psychologist.


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