May SIXTH (Kd) the Day of MATERIALIZED FANTASY:
The Jack of Clubs Club
"Every time I look at my pocketbook, I see Jackie Robinson." - Willy Mays
Sigmund Freud was an Austrian neurologist, now known as the father of psychoanalysis. Freud qualified as a doctor of medicine at the University of Vienna in 1881, and then carried out research into ... May 6, 1856, Pribor, Czech Republic.
Weaknesses: EMOTIONALLY UNSTABLE-SUFFERING-INDULGENT
Diamonds - Values - Security – Dharma
King of Diamonds - Understanding of Values
KING of Diamonds BIRTHDAYS: January 14 (Capricorn) February 12 (Aquarius) March 10 (Pisces) April 8 (Aries) May 6 (Taurus II) June 4 (Gemini) July 2 (Cancer);
Your Karma Cards are the: Three of Clubs - You owe something to this person and they reflect you in some way. Seven of Spades - This person owes something to you and they mirror you in some way. Source: Robert Camp's Love Cards www.7thunders.com
KING of Diamonds: Positively, the King of Diamonds are endowed with wisdom and power. They may appear cold or hard -- but in truth, they are just and inclined to philanthropy. As a Kings Card, they are born into power and must naturally equip themselves as rulers. If that power means money, then it must be in such abundance that no one can outstrip them or outdo them. But for those King of Diamonds working on the higher plane of values - the hard-boiled materialism of the typical King of Diamonds is unknown to them. These people are willing to take a gambler's chance because they can afford to lose - but seldom do. The women King of Diamonds are very positive but should strive to keep their personalities out of business dealings or they get emotionally disappointed and frustrated. The King of Diamonds are rarely in inferior positions, and they almost always have ample funds at their disposal - or backers who will come to their rescue. Kingpins and top dogs indeed! http://www.metasymbology.com/
TAURUS II - The Week of the TEACHER May 3-10: Those people born in the Week of the Teacher are mainly involved in the development of ideas and techniques. No matter what the vocation or avocation of a Taurus II, they have a message to share. Verbalizing their ideas and observations, generating discussion, and leading by example are all Taurus II's favorite activities. It can be said that they have a calling for imparting information and, more importantly, presenting it in a manner that others can understand.
Advice: Seek to be more affectionate and playful. Beware of strident, dogmatic or inflexible attitudes. Remember that others have gifts to teach also, and that the best teacher is often an eternal student. Set a good example by admitting your mistakes. Rework and revise your ideas periodically.
TAURUS II NOTABLES: Orson Welles, Eva Peron, Sigmund Freud, Karl Marx, Golda Meir, Roberto Rossellini, Willie Mays, Fred Astaire, Ricky Nelson, Gary Cooper, Johannes Brahms, Rudolph Valentino. Source: The Secret Language of Relationships Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.
May SIXTH the Day of MATERIALIZED FANTASY:: exercises their royal powers via their Ego, their Who They Think They Are Card the FOUR of Clubs "The Satisfaction in Work Card." Like all King of Diamonds the +karma SEVEN of Spades "The Faith - Spiritual Knowledge Card," imbues them with the highest sense of justice. Lastly, the -karma THREE of Clubs "The Writers Card" pushes them into the creative arts of communication to deliver their message.
Self : Cerebral "Businessperson" Taurus II (Earth-Cerebral) Ego: Cerebral "Satisfaction in Knowledge"
May SIXTH the Day of MATERIALIZED FANTASY: "seem to be in touch with how fantasy, imagination and the unconscious work," - Goldschneider. The King of Diamonds is the Master of Values, not just money but anything in the universe of human values. May 6th's Ego, the Four of Clubs, is so satisfied in their knowledge they stubbornly cling to their ideals like Tony Blair, Sigmund Freud, and our current savant George Clooney.
The Catch 22 or karmic comeuppance, for the King of Diamonds - Denial of the Power of Love, occurs because they are such cerebral beings, they live in their head, not their heart. Freud, one of today's birthday gaggle of dominant males, came up with his Oedipus complex but Carl Jung used his King of Hearts Master of Love +karma to name the daughter-father relationship the Electra Complex.