The February 25th KING of KNOWLEDGE Card
The Jack of Clubs Club
"Don't live your life as though you were measuring it with a ruler." - Sun Myung Moon
February 25th BIRTHDAYS: Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Georg Friedrich Handel, Enrico Caruso, Zeppo Marx, Jim Backus, Sally Jessy Raphael, Nestor Kirchner, Meher Baba (Indian Avatar), Sun Myung Moon, Bobby Riggs, John Foster Dulles, Adelle Davis (nutritionist), George Harrison,
Mind - Communication – Intelligence
Maturity in Knowledge
KING of Clubs BIRTHDAYS: January 27 (Aquarius), February 25 (Pisces), March 23 (Aries), April 21 (Aries or Taurus), May 19 (Taurus), June 17 (Gemini), July 15 (Cancer), August 13 (Leo), September 11 (Virgo), October 9 (Libra), November 7 (Scorpio), December 5 (Sagittarius);
FAMOUS KING of Clubs: Malcolm X, born Malcolm Little and also known as El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz, was an African-American Muslim minister and a human rights activist. May 19, 1925, North Omaha, NE.
FAMOUS KING of Clubs: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Lewis Carroll, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, George Harrison, Adelle Davis, Chaka Khan, Joan Crawford, Catherine the Great, Malcolm X, Venus Williams, Forest Whitaker, Fidel Castro, Moby, Sharon Osbourne, Joni Mitchell, Frankie Muniz, Walt Disney.
KING of Clubs (Wands) in Tarot
King of Clubs: Wonderfully creative and very fast learners, even the careless and negative Kings of Clubs have keen intelligence and insight. King of Clubs are also known as emotional idealists, and need to be careful they don't scatter their forces due to emotional disturbances or problems within the family. Both sexes have strong family ties, and they tend to make excellent parents. They are willing to make sacrifices to provide for their children. In particular, for their children's education. The King of Clubs rarely lacks money, and they usually make it by being in business for themselves. These people make excellent lawyers - especially for corporations - and trustees for estates. http://www.metasymbology.com/
PISCES February 19 – March 20
Self "Maturity in Knowledge"