February EIGHTH (4s) the Day of PRECOGNITION:
The Jack of Clubs Club
"I believe cats to be spirits come to earth. A cat, I am sure, could walk on a cloud without coming through." - Jules Verne
Those born on February 8 often have highly developed psychic or projection abilities. They are sometimes able to form a conception of how a situation should be in their heads and then bring that situation into reality, not by physically creating it but by the power of suggestion, that is visualizing their wishes and somehow guiding others in that direction. In addition they are able to read signs around them accurately enough to know when it is the right time to raise a subject or make a physical move. In financial matters, they generally have a sense of timing that informs them when to invest money or bail out, and when it is appropriate to begin or end a business relationship. One is tempted to say that February 8 people can somehow read the future, but perhaps it is more a kind of openness where they are highly sensitized to the undercurrents running between people and things. Indeed some February 8 people are outright psychics, able to sense what others are thinking even over considerable distances and are also capable of sending their thoughts and messages like transmitters. But even the average person born on this day most often has a sixth sense.
Strengths: CONCEPTUAL - INTUITIVE - TECHNICAL
Weaknesses: CO-DEPENDENT - EMOTIONALLY CONFUSED - PASSIVE
Advice: Seek to be more realistic in your personal life. Try to develop better judgement. Work through your problems. Not everything can come easily. Beware of self-destructive tendencies.
BORN ON THIS DAY: Jules Verne, Mary I (Bloody Mary), James Dean, Evangeline Adams (first great American astrologer), Sayfullo Saipov, Jack Lennon, Nick Nolte, John Williams (film composer, conductor), William T. Sherman, Ted Koppel, Gary Coleman, Lana Turner, Huang Fanzhang (Chinese economist, The Character of the World's Economy). Source: The Secret Language of Birthdays Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.
MEDITATION: Though talents may be given, they need to be cultivated.
Spades - Wisdom - Labor – Acceptance
4 of Spades - Peace Gained Through Work
Your Karma Cards are the: Ten of Clubs - You owe something to this person and they reflect you in some way. Four of Hearts - This person owes you and you are their mirror in some way.
FOUR of Spades BIRTHDAYS: January 10 - Capricorn, February 8 - Aquarius, March 6 - Pisces, April 4 - Aries, May 2 – Taurus;
FAMOUS FOUR of Spades: George Foreman, Pat Benatar, David "Phoenix" Farrell, Nick Nolte, James Dean, Shaquille O'Neal, Tom Arnold, Nadia, Rasputin, Michelangelo Buonarroti, Linda Lovelace, Jamie Lynn Spears, Heath Ledger Source: Robert Camp's Love Cards.
FOUR of Spades (Swords) in Tarot
FOUR of Spades: At first glance, the Four of Spades have one of the best line-up of cards on the spread. Trouble is, so much of a good thing is not necessarily a good thing, if you know what I mean... The Four of Spades are incredibly sensitive people. They conceal this sensitivity behind a brusque demeanor. This often leads to a sense of loneliness or being continually misunderstood by the world in which they live. The finer things in life are very important to the Four of Spades, yet the karma of this card is to work hard for what they want, and they must enjoy the work along the way. When young, many 4 of Spades are led to believe they are entitled to abundance, instead of rewarded for their efforts. When this happens, they can experience seriously dark moods in their later years, as their ambitious drive for wealth translates into frustration, false entitlement and loss. For those 4 of Spades who have learned the value of good work, and look beyond the superficial trappings of prestige and glamour, a life of satisfaction and peace is theirs for the taking! http://www.metasymbology.com/
AQUARIUS III - The Week of ACCEPTANCE February 8-15: The theme of acceptance runs strong in the lives of Aquarius III's. Some of them are hardheaded and not particularly open to unusual ideas and people but become increasingly tolerant as the years go by. Others are overly accepting from an early age and allow themselves to be unduly manipulated or influenced by stronger, more selfish types. The challenge for Aquarius III's is to remain open to the world while at the same time retaining the ability to be selective in screening out harmful influences.
Strengths: LIVELY - INVENTIVE - AFFECTIONATE
Weaknesses: IRRITATED - VULNERABLE - NEEDY
ADVICE: Accept your need for other people and cultivate meaningful social interaction. Remain open and accepting, but demand that others accept you as you are, too. Your psychic abilities are valuable - use them constructively. Beware of allowing rejection to lower your self-esteem.
AQUARIUS III NOTABLES: James Dean, Mia Farrow, Abraham Lincoln, Thomas Edison, Jules Verne, Galileo, Charles Darwin, Jack Lemmon. Source: The Secret Language of Relationships Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.
The February 8 FOUR of Spades "Satisfaction in Work Card" is known as the Day of PRECOGNITION: foreknowledge of an event, especially foreknowledge of a paranormal kind. How's come? The way I figure they have rock solid cards in all four quadrants. Their Ego the QUEEN of Diamonds "The Philanthropist Card" sets the tone - 'do no harm' - for whatever work they choose. Their cerebral precognition brain lobe, the -karma TEN of Clubs "Mental Accomplishment" aka "the Teacher Card" makes them want to share their findings or gleanings through their work. In their psychic heart they have the +karma FOUR of Hearts "The Marriage and Family Card." Now, I see what made Jules Verne tick, and why James Dean was such an enigmatic actor. And why Jack Lemmon was always in goodie-two shoes roles. But my role model for the lovable, yet complicated February 8 is Nick Nolte.