Why we should not vote for the JACK of Clubs person to hold any leadership position in government. - their karma: "Fear of Established Wisdom."
The JACK of Clubs - The MENTALLY CREATIVE Card: Creative or dishonest? Which is which? As we can imagine, those who are the most creative can also be the most dishonest and vice versa. Here is a card of mental and financial creativity and these people are no lazy bones. Their brilliant minds are far ahead of the common person and society. They are the people of the Aquarian Age. As members of the royal family they dislike pettiness and tend to be somewhat impatient with the failings of others. They need respect and a position that allows their brilliant minds free reign to create and explore. They are never at a loss for ideas, some of which will bring them huge financial returns. On the negative side, the Jack of Clubs can be irresponsible and in some cases, dishonest. They can see things from so many levels that nothing is really "wrong" - it is just another way of looking at things. They don't get away with much in that regard though. Saturn's swift chastisement always reminds them of the boundaries that keep them balanced and fair in their dealings.
Buchanan, a 23 April Taurus-Aries Cusp "Adopted Security" think Michael Moore, a Democrat who was morally opposed to slavery but believed it was protected by the U.S. Constitution, was elected to the White House in 1856. As president, he tried to maintain peace between pro-slavery and anti-slavery factions in the government, but tensions only escalated. In 1860, after Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865) was elected to succeed Buchanan, South Carolina seceded and the Confederacy was soon established. In April 1861, a month after Buchanan left office, the American Civil War (1861-1865) began.
McKinley a 29 January Aquarius I "Compassionate Combatant," think Oprah, did a good job with rapid economic growth marking McKinley's presidency. He promoted the 1897 Dingley Tariff to protect manufacturers and factory workers from foreign competition and in 1900 secured the passage of the Gold Standard Act. McKinley hoped to persuade Spain to grant independence to rebellious Cuba without conflict, but when negotiation failed he led the nation into the Spanish–American War of 1898—the United States victory was quick and decisive.
JACK of Clubs people are good talkers but in their attempts to please everybody, and do what they believe is the right thing - "They can see things from so many levels that nothing is really "wrong" - it is just another way of looking at things." - they confuse the populace. As my boss used to say: "confused minds don't buy."
Then there is Angela Merkel a 17 July Cancer III "Day of Career Concerns," born in West Germany, raised in East Germany and rose to be the most powerful woman in the world as well as the #3 world leader. However, her fear of established wisdom and Cancer III heart led her to let in a million migrants, unleashing Saturn's swift chastisement always reminds them of the boundaries that keep them balanced and fair in their dealings.
Sen. Al Franken, Baron Guy de Rothschild, Loretta Lynch, Jeffrey Dahmer,
The 21 May TAURUS-GEMINI CUSP "Day of UNFAILING VISION" brings out a real rogue's gallery of - "Creative or dishonest? Which is which? As we can imagine, those who are the most creative can also be the most dishonest and vice versa." - it's that Body-Mind 'cuspiness' that drives their fear of established wisdom all over the universe of possibilities.
The Leo III 15 August the "Day of ROYAL COMMAND" is a veritable fountain (tsunami) of unintended consequences because who they are (Self) and who they think they are (Ego are one in the same.