February TWENTY-FOURTH (Ad) the Day of SACRIFICE:
The Jack of Clubs Club
“When you paint, try to put down exactly what you see. Whatever else you have to offer will come out anyway.” - Winslow Homer
ADVICE: Learn to stick up for the real you. Don't respond so readily to the suggestions or wishes of others. Augment your talents and your willpower. Resist the temptations of ego massage.
MEDITATION: Many tragedies are enacted in the name of love.
Diamonds - Values - Security - Dharma
Meaning of the Ace of Diamonds - I AM Worth
ACE of Diamonds BIRTHDAYS: January 26 (Aquarius), February 24 (Pisces I), March 22 (Aries), April 20 (Aries/Taurus), May 18 (Taurus), June 16 (Gemini), July 14 (Cancer), August 12 (Leo), September 10 (Virgo), October 8 (Libra), November 6 (Scorpio), December 4 (Sagittarius);
ACE of Diamonds (Pentacles, Coins) in Tarot
ACE of Diamonds: Ambition is the key word for this card, and usually in form of cold, hard, cash. Contacts are very important to the Ace of Diamonds. They like secrecy in connection with their associations; both business and personal. The Ace of Diamonds can be incredibly charismatic, able to focus their magnetism to achieve success. They are curious about metaphysics and spirituality, but they have a hard time believing in such things unless they can profit from them. There can be a lot of obstacles and difficulties for this card - and it's mostly the women who suffer in the realm of relationships and matters of the heart. The negative Ace of Diamonds has issues with greed for money and power. The positive Ace of Diamonds are willing to love for love's sake alone, thus able to reap the personal and material success so strongly desired. http://www.metasymbology.com/
PISCES I The Week of SPIRIT - February 23-March 2: Those born on the Week of the Spirit value the non-material side of life. It's not that they lack either respect for money-making and business or abilities in these fields. It is simply that, whether engaged in the arts or in finance, in religion or in administration, PISCES I's generally approach their work devotionally, elevating it to an idealistic plane. Nor are they without strong physical drives, or a love of the pleasures of the table and the bed. A blend of a spiritual and a sensual approach is at the heart of their personalities. Many PISCES I's do not see spirituality as denoting an ascetic approach that would ask them to cut their bonds with the everyday world. On the contrary, since those born in this week seek the spirit in everything around them, they rarely feel the need to reject worldly considerations.
Strengths: Spiritual - Sensual - Transparent
Weaknesses: Emotional - Irresponsible - Catastrophic
PISCES I NOTABLES: Elizabeth Taylor, Mikhail Gorbachev, Linus Pauling, Enrico Caruso, George Harrison, Steve Jobs. Source: The Secret Language of Relationships Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.
January 26 (Aquarius I), February 24 (Pisces I), March 22 (Pisces-Aries Cusp), April 20 (Aries-Taurus Cusp), May 18 (Taurus III), June 16 (Gemini III), July 14 (Cancer III), August 12 (Leo III), September 10 (Virgo II), October 8 (Libra II), November 6 (Scorpio II), December 4 (Sagittarius )
The February 24 ACE of Diamonds "Desire for Love & Money" lives totally, in their right-brained ivory tower. They are the true Spiritual Beings having a Human Experience with only a half of a brain, however the half they do have is perfect. The Day of SACRIFICE moniker comes from 1) the FIVE of Diamonds Ego "The Seeker of Worth." 2) The meaning of the ACE of Diamonds "I am Worth."
3) Their karma: Acquisition, they are driven to acquire both Love & Money simultaneously, because both brain lobes have the 'pedal to the metal.' The lower right 'emotion-feeling' quadrant has the +karma ACE of Hearts "The Desire for Love Card," not any ole Love, but idealized perfect Love.
4) No FEEDBACK Loop, every now and again Reality brings a Sacrificial awakening in their Human experience. When this happens they bring out their -karma TWO of Diamonds "The Wheeler-Dealer Card" to get them back on the road to successful acquisition. Does this sound like the life and loves of Steve Jobs?