April FOURTEENTH (7d) the Day of TRADITION:

April 14 people have a great sense of tradition. Often students of history, whether general history or that of a particular field or family, they are interested in establishing themselves in a long line of thinkers or doers. Those born on this day are very concerned with finding their proper place in society; often this place is at the head of a group, although they rarely have outstanding leadership abilities. It is more possible that simply through their presence or image, a strong respect, worship or even fear is inspired in those around them. The more highly evolved of April 14 people need only to be respected; less highly evolved, more insecure April 14 people wish to be worshiped and obeyed. These latter people must beware of being carried away by their ideas and indulging in underhanded, highly dubious behavior in order to achieve their ends.
STRENGTHS: Socially Aware, Persuasive, Powerful
WEAKNESSES: Repressed, Dissatisfied, Autocratic

ADVICEDon't be afraid to take chances; dare to fail, dare to succeed. Tradition can sometimes be a collection of bad habits. Change is natural in the course of things, everything passes sooner or later. Value honesty, not flattery.

BORN ON THIS DAY: Ali Akbar Khan, Arnold Toynbee, Pete Rose, Sir John Gielgud, Annie M. Sullivan, Loretta Lynn, Francois Duvalier, Rod Steiger, Julie Christie, Marvin Miller, Adrian Brody, Harvey Maddux. Source: The Secret Language of Birthdays, Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.
MEDITATION: A boat floats - until it sinks.
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Diamonds - Values - Security – Dharma

7 of Diamonds - Conflict between Spirit and Matter

Karma - Harmonization of Money and Love
SEVEN  of Diamonds: The MILLIONAIRE'S Card: By suit, the Seven of Diamonds is always connected with finances. As a spiritual number, they must maintain a non-attached attitude about money or there will be continuous problems in this area. Once they put money in its proper place however, they often attain or inherit great wealth. Regardless, many of their life lessons will come through this avenue. The other avenue is their close relationships. Family, lovers and friends are all very important to the Seven of Diamonds person. They have close ties, for better or worse, with their family and share in their trials. They are usually restless, making frequent changes in either occupation or location. Their love life usually entails sacrifice and disappointment until they learn to let others go and be as they are. In their spiritual studies they find inner satisfaction and validation for their own intuition. Once on the path, everything in their life is put into proper perspective and they can excel in any chosen field.
Your Karma Cards are the: nine of heartsNine of Hearts - This card is your cosmic twin and the one with whom you share the strongest karmic link. 
 Ace of Clubs Two of Hearts King of Spades Jack of Hearts Eight of Clubs - You are also connected to these cards and will often find one or more of them in your life. You all share a somewhat 'fixed' nature.
SEVEN  of Diamonds BIRTHDAYS: January 20 (Capricorn/Aquarius), February 18 (Aquarius/Pisces), March 16 (Pisces), April 14 (Aries III), May 12(Taurus), June 10 (Gemini), July 8 (Cancer), August 6 (Leo), September 4 (Virgo), October 2 (Libra);

FAMOUS SEVEN  of Diamonds: Jon Benét Patricia Ramsey; was an American girl who was murdered in her home in Boulder, Colorado in 1996. August 6, 1990, Atlanta, GA. 

FAMOUS SEVEN  of Diamonds: Rob Bourdon, George Burns, Matt Dillon, John Travolta, Flavor Flav, Jerry Lewis, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Tony Hawk, Stephen Baldwin, James Madison, Elizabeth Hurley, Kevin Bacon, John D. Rockefeller, Andy Warhol, Lucille Ball, Jon Benet Ramsey, Beyonce Knowles, Sting; Source: Robert Camp's Love Cards www.7thunders.com 

seven of diamonds The 7 of Diamonds is a card necessarily associated with money - for good or ill, little or much. It is a card of power and accomplishment. And for those who have not acquired a sense of value, it is known as the Card of "Wine, Women and Song" The lives of Seven of Diamonds people seem to follow cycles of 5 or 7 years; changes are often violent, always sudden. There is a great love of home for all 7 of Diamonds, but they may have to wait for it, as their early life is filled with many changes. The Seven of Diamonds is one of the "swing cards", exchanging places with the 9 of Hearts every other year. This symbolizes a challenge in balancing love with money. When their love life is running smoothly, the need for earning money becomes the priority - and when there is wealth, the stability of their home life tends to suffer! http://www.metasymbology.com/

ARIES III The Week of the PIONEER April 11 - 18: Aries III's are quite uncharacteristic of the more self-centered, egoistic Aries types; much more social in nature, they must interact dynamically and regularly with their fellow humans, particularly with regard to bettering their living and working conditions. They are often true leaders, more concerned with doing good for their followers than with their own glory. Pioneers, they are often idealistic types who follow their visions fearlessly. Needless to say, they cannot exist side by side for long with .another dominant personality, particularly one who challenges their authority. Such struggles may confuse or bewilder those born in this week, who believe that they are only acting for the good of all.


ARIES III NOTABLE: Thomas Jefferson was an American Founding Father, the principal author of the Declaration of Independence, and the third President of the United States. April 13, 1743, Shadwell, VA.

ARIES III NOTABLES: Leonardo Da Vinci, Charlie Chaplin, Thomas Jefferson, Nikita Khrushchev, Buddha, J.P. Morgan. Helen (Cancer I) Keller's Anne Sullivan Macy (Aries III). Source: The Secret Language of Relationships, Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.

ADVICE: Tune into what people are really saying. Beware of those who wish to monopolize your time and energy. Ideals and ideas can be worthy of devotion, but also destructive. Make sure that others want to be helped or led before you offer. Try to keep in touch with the actual state of things. Beware of being carried away by your own enthusiasm.

The April 14th SEVEN  of Diamonds "Millionaire's Card" has a bi-polar marriage to their Cosmic Twin the NINE  of Hearts "Giver of Love" so much so that they exchange roles every six months. This is the chief reason for their Karma - Harmonization of Money and Love. The SEVEN  of Diamonds is fixed, like the Sun, with five karma cards orbiting around her, neither positive or negative. This is their sphere of influence, a coterie of hidden talents that they can draw on in any situation in which they are involved. 

January 20  Capricorn-Aquarius Cusp,  February 18  Aquarius Pisces Cusp,  March 16  Pisces III,  April 14  Aries III, May 12  Taurus III,  June 10  Gemini II,  July 8  Cancer II,  August 6   Leo II,  September 4  Virgo II,  October 2  Libra I.

April 14 the Day of TRADITION has the NINE  of Clubs "The Universal Knowledge Card" for their Ego their Who They Think They Are Card. This is a good choice because the 9 of Clubs is also known as the Sexiest Card in the deck. The karmic price they must pay for the 9 of Clubs desire for - Mental Control is a nagging fear of - Mental Weakness.


 Pete Rosefailed to beat-out his 7 of Diamonds Karma - Harmonization of Money (gambling) and Love of Baseball because he lost his 9 of Clubs battle for Mental Control.

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