The January 4th WORK SUCCESS Card
The Jack of Clubs Club
“One feather is of no use to me, I must have the whole bird.” - Jacob Grimm
January 4th BIRTHDAYS: Sir Isaac Newton, Jacob Grimm (Grimm's Fairy Tales), Louis Braille, Dyan Cannon, Everett Dirksen, Jean Dixon (psychic), Jane Wyman, Floyd Patterson, Don Shula, Doris Kearns Goodwin (Team of Rivals);
Wisdom - Labor – Acceptance
Glorification of Labor
TEN of Spades BIRTHDAYS: January 4 (Capricorn), February 2 (Aquarius);
FAMOUS TEN of Spades: J. Edgar Hoover, Isaac Newton, Ayn Rand, Jacob Grimm, James Joyce, Shakira, Farrah Fawcett, Louis Braille, Christie Brinkley: Source: Robert Camp's Love Cards.
TEN of Spades (Swords) in Tarot
TEN of Spades: For these people, home and business are closely associated - and one may seriously interfere with the other. Often times the Ten of Spades is found conducting business at home, hampered by constant interruptions and lack of application! The position of the 10 of Spades is a combination of good mind and good judgment and these qualities may be especially operative in the realm of finance. During their early adulthood, there can be emotional disturbances in the home caused by financial limitations. They expect to work and don't want to be dependent on anyone, but uncertainty about what sort of work will bring them the speediest returns, often lands them in jobs that are beneath their capabilities. The Ten of Spades can appear aloof or secretive, but they are actually very sensitive people with quick, ever-changing http://www.metasymbology.com/
CAPRICORN December 22nd to January 20th
CAPRICORN Sir Isaac Newton
Self "Glorification of Labor"
Ego "Conflict between Spirit and Matter"
TEN of Spades Connections
Birthday & Relationship Readings