July SEVENTH (8d) the Day of IMAGINATIVE REVELATIONS:
The Jack of Clubs Club
"If I create from the heart, nearly everything works; if from the head, almost nothing." - Marc Chagall
ADVICE: Your attempts at disclosure are not always appreciated. Try to be sensitive to the feelings of others on this point. Remain true to your visions and relentless in your efforts. Don't let the world beat you down; you will be appreciated sooner or later.
MEDITATION: Painting requires space and music time, yet the act of seeing is indeed temporal, and the concept of music spatial.
Diamonds - Values - Security – Dharma
8 of Diamonds - Money as Power
Karma for the 8 of Diamonds - Material Control.
EIGHT of Diamonds BIRTHDAYS: January 19 (Capricorn), February 17 (Aquarius), March 15 (Pisces), April 13 (Aries), May 11 (Taurus), June 9 (Gemini,) July 7 (Cancer II), August 5 (Leo), September 3 (Virgo,) October 1 (Libra);
FAMOUS EIGHT of Diamonds: Dolly Parton, Edgar Allan Poe, Paris Hilton, Denise Richards, Sly Stone, Al Green, Thomas Jefferson, Ezzard Charles, Salvador Dali, Martha Graham, Johnny Depp, Ringo Starr, John Huston, Charlie Sheen, Randy Quaid, Jimmy Carter. Source: Robert Camp's Love Cards www.7thunders.com
EIGHT of Diamonds: All 8's are power, but with the 8 of Diamonds, their need for power is in the material realm. EIGHT of Diamonds people are very independent - at times domineering and exacting. Their sense of balance is naturally directed toward values and material assets, and they usually know when and what to buy, and what it is worth - exactly. EIGHT of Diamonds are the manifestation of the creative principal, the Sun. They have the ability to overcome all obstacles and conquer all enemies. As a rule, trust and confidence may be freely given them. They are wise guardians of the goods of the dead, and wise conservers of the interests of the living. They will serve honestly and faithfully, often at their own expense. http://www.metasymbology.com/
Advice: Make a real effort to get out in the world. Toughen your stance a bit and try not to be so sensitive. Develop your financial sense and cultivate your talent for maintenance and continuity. Keep contact with those who care about you. Put your active fantasy and imagination to productive use.
CANCER II NOTABLE: Philip Johnson was an influential American architect. He is especially known for his postmodern work since the 1980s. In 1930, he founded the Department of Architecture and Design at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. July 8, 1906, Cleveland, OH.
January 19 Capricorn- Aquarius Cusp, February 17 Aquarius-Pisces Cusp, March 15 Pisces III, April 13 Aries III, May 11 Taurus III, June 9 Gemini II, July 7 Cancer II, August 5 Leo II, September 3 Virgo II, October 1 Libra I.
Right out of the box, all EIGHT of Diamonds "The Sun Card" are a force to be reckoned with because their Birth Card. like the Sun it represents, is a source of Power and Energy. The + Karma SEVEN of Clubs "Spiritual Knowledge" keeps them on the Path of Honesty, Trust. Integrity, and Goodness. Lastly their - Karma Card, their hidden talent, the QUEEN of Spades "Self Mastery," comes standard at birth, no need to spend countless hours learning what they can do well.
So, what could go wrong? No HEART, is included or embedded in their otherwise right thinking, Who They Are, Soul or Self. To compensate, they fear, that they must maintain - Material Control. 8 of Diamonds see Money as Power and don't want to lose their money and thus their power. July 7 is more emotionally charged than the other 8 of Diamonds months because they are CANCER II's - The Week of the UNCONVENTIONAL July 3 - 10 - a Water Feeling quadrant placeholder.
July SEVENTH the Day of IMAGINATIVE REVELATIONS: When you add the person's birth sign and accompanying Ego Card, life and fear of our shadow (Psychological Projection), gets a whole lot more complicated. July 7 has added the TEN of Clubs "The Teacher Card" or "Self-Actualization Seeker," as their Ego, their Who They Think They Are. TEN is the best and as a teacher they know what's best for themselves and freely offer suggestions to others. Listen to Ringo Starr, explain how the Beatles made a conscious decision to get back in the studio to evolve as musicians.