February SIXTH (6s) The Day of POPULARITY:
Those born on February 6 display both a great need and capacity to be popular with their social set. Indeed they wish to be admired and praised by those whom they care about. In the eyes of other socially oriented individuals they may be seen as extremely lucky to attract so much attention. In fact, they are usually quite insecure about their real worth, and therefore seek the bolstering of others as well as a measure of ego massage. More than with most people, a yearning to be loved can burden the heart of a February 6 person. In attempting to explain the popularity of those born on this day, one might find that good looks, charm and an outgoing manner are at work, but surely the ability to strike a common chord in the hearts of others is something almost all February 6 people have in common. Perhaps it is their lack of pretension and accessibility that allows acquaintances, even strangers to identify with them and helps elicit such a strongly positive response. The confidence and trust they inspire in others earns them praise when things go well and tends to protect them from criticism and blame when things go awry. Advice: Take a good look at yourself, apart from the opinion of others. Discover your true nature. Be more transparent. Cultivating inner strength pays great dividends.
Strengths: SOCIALLY ADEPT - WELL-LIKED - FACILE
Weaknesses: SELF-UNAWARE - INSECURE
BORN ON THIS DAY: Babe Ruth, Ronald Reagan, Bob Morley, Christopher Marlowe, Natalie Cole, Eva Braun, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Fabian; Source: The Secret Language of Birthdays Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.
Spades - Wisdom - Labor – Acceptance
6 of Spades - The Law of Life
SIX of Spades BIRTHDAYS January 8 (Capricorn), February 6 (Aquarius), March 4 (Pisces), April 2 (Aries).
FAMOUS SIX of Spades: Stephen Hawking, Elvis Presley, David Bowie, Axl Rose, Bob Marley, Ronald Reagan, Emmylou Harris, Marvin Gaye, Alex Guinness; Source: Robert Camp's Love Cards,www.7thunders.com
AQUARIUS II: The Week of YOUTH and EASE January 31-February 7: "No hassles" could be the motto of most AQUARIUS II's. Listening to those born in this week, one would gather that they do not like trouble in any form and would do practically anything to avoid it. They value their happiness highly, both in the long term and in the short. AQUARIUS II's generally ask to be left alone to travel their own path with as little interference as possible. Not much interested in controlling others or meddling in their affairs, those born in this week are happy to accord the same treatment to other people that they demand for themselves.
AQUARIUS II NOTABLES: Charles Dickens, Babe Ruth, Jackie Robinson, Adlai Stevenson, James Michener, Clark Gable, Nolan Ryan, James Joyce, An Wang, Mary Leakey, Phil Collins, John Ford, Ida Lupino, Gertrude Stein. Source: The Secret Language of Relationships Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.
Strengths: ACCOMPLISHED - ADMIRED - REFINED
Weaknesses: IMMATURE - TORTURED - CUT OFF
ADVICE: Try to get in touch with your own deeper feelings. Sometimes it is better to meet problems head on. A bit of pain now may prevent much more latter. Don't be too dependent on others' opinion of you. Have the courage to be yourself and don't feel you have to please or entertain.
The February 6th SIX of Spades "The Card of Fate" is one of my favorites because there is not a dull personage in the lot. Also, it's easy to see how the cards play out or how the February 6 person plays their cards. Their Ego the ACE of Clubs "The Desire for Knowledge" on the surface seems harmless enough but the ACE of Clubs person has to be on stage, sharing everything that they have learned. The ACE Ego most often, brings a sense of humor to their performance. Their 'action-Jackson' karma cards, the +karma TWO of Spades "The Friendship Card' and the NINE of Spades "The Universal Life Card" gifts them with a larger than life persona. Babe Ruth's story, is a 'meant to be' truth is stranger than fiction biography. Aaron Burr and Eva Braun magically appear to drag their Fated lives into the history books. However, good ole Ronnie, never won an Oscar for "Bedtime with Bonzo" because he was preparing for his greatest performance, winning the Cold War with humor.
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