March TWENTY-FIRST (2d) the Day of CLARITY:
ADVICE: Don't feel sorry for yourself; self-pity is poison. Be more flexible in your dealings with others and learn to forgive and forget. Try to be a bit more accommodating and tactful-make an effort to explain yourself better. Beware of undue pride, and of arrogance.
BORN ON THIS DAY: J. S. Bach, Benito Juárez, Ronaldinho, Matthew Broderick, John D. Rockefeller III, Gary Oldman, Robert the Bruce, Rosie O'Donell, Timothy Dalton (Welsh film actor James Bond 007); Source: The Secret Language of Birthdays, Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.
Meaning of the Two of Diamonds: Need for Financial Security
TWO of Diamonds BIRTHDAYS: January 25 (Aquarius), February 23 (Pisces,) March 21 (Pisces/Aries), April 19 (Aries), May 17 (Taurus), June 15 (Gemini), July 13 (Cancer), August 11 (Leo), September 9 (Virgo), October 7 (Libra), November 5 (Scorpio), December 3 (Sagittarius);
FAMOUS TWO of Diamonds: Albert Kahn was the foremost American industrial architect of his day. He is sometimes called "the architect of Detroit." In 1943, the Franklin Institute awarded him the Frank P. Brown Medal posthumously. March 21, 1869, Rhaunen, Germany.
FAMOUS TWO of Diamonds: Corazon Aquino, Alicia Keys, Dakota Fanning, Matthew Broderick, Rosey O'Donnell, Kate Hudson, Maria Sharapova, Sugar Ray Leonard, Ayatollah Khomeini, Ice Cube, Harrison Ford, Hulk Hogan, Adam Sandler, Vladimir Putin, Albert Kahn, Kevin Jonas, Brendan Frase, Xi Jinping; Source: Love Cards, by Robert Camp, www.7thunders.com.
The Two of Diamonds need to overcome an inherent fear of not having enough money. Power is always available to the 2 of Diamonds in whatever career they choose, including their social life. The Challenge for the 2 of Diamonds is unraveling their tendency towards fixation. They get stuck wielding their own power until they are forced out of their personal situation, empty handed, wondering how they ever let it get that far in the first place! The men Two of Diamonds make excellent traders - especially in areas of glamour, or foreign investments. Entertainers often end up drifting through life, or being content with a mediocre performance. Not true of the women. http://www.metasymbology.com/
PISCES-ARIES CUSP - The Cusp of REBIRTH March 19-24: Those born on the Pisces-Aries cusp are unusually direct in their approach to life, and their outspokenness can make them alternately admired or misunderstood. Born on the primal cusp, they are basic, elemental individuals. The puzzling thing about Pisces-Aries is that although they themselves think that they see things in a simple and unclouded way, those who know them well often describe them as unrealistic dreamers, unable to get a handle on the harsh realities not the world. These individuals outwardly present a dynamic directness that often belies a sensitive, emotionally complex, even troubled inner life. Thus they are doers as well as dreamers and have a no-nonsense, "what you see is what you get" attitude that actually tells only part of the story.
Strengths: STRAIGHT-FORWARD - INTUITIVE - PASSIONATE
Weaknesses: MISUNDERSTOOD - IMPATIENT - UNREALISTIC
Advice: Learning patience is your most important task. Develop social skills through working alongside others. Try to curb your impetuous side - weigh alternatives and consider consequences before speaking or acting. Get to know yourself better.
PISCES-ARIES CUSP NOTABLES: Johann Sebastian Bach, Spike Lee, Holly Hunter, Glen Close, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Joan Crawford, Ursula Andress, B.F.Skinner, Clyde Barrow, Fanny Farmer, Wyatt Earp, Lynda Bird Johnson, William Shatner, Bruce Willis, William Jennings Bryan, Wernher von Braun. Source: The Secret Language of Relationships Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.
March 21st people are called the Day of Clarity because there are no doubts in their mind. Their other Six, the -karma SIX of Clubs "The Missionary Card" completes their hand of all even cards, no, 3, 5, 7, or 9's to fog the brain with fear or doubt that, there might be, any other way, than their way.
J. S. Bach, regarded as one of the greatest and most prolific (1080 surviving compositions) composers of all times, if not the greatest. Bach took his 8of Spades Power in Work Ego very seriously, and along the way had more than his share of misunderstandings.
Gary Oldman, is regarded as one of the greatest screen actors of his generation. Sorry to say, until 'Darkest Hour' I never heard of him but after review, Oldman, has had a talented, versatile, prolific stage/film/TV career with just a few socio-political dust-ups.
Rosie O'Donnell, Those born on the Pisces-Aries cusp are unusually direct in their approach to life, and their outspokenness can make them alternately admired or misunderstood. They are often misunderstood by others, who find them unwilling or unable to fit into the ordinary social mold. This is because they live life purely on their own terms, an attitude that extends into even the simplest of their everyday actions, tasks and responsibilities. Rosie does point out all of the March 21st
WEAKNESSES: Misunderstood, Antisocial, Dictatorial