April TWENTIETH (Ad) the Day of WORLDLY CHALLENGE:
The Jack of Clubs Club
"My humor was never cruel or cynical. I just took life and poked fun at it. We made it so it could be understood the world over, without language barriers." - Harold Lloyd
ADVICE: Don't go off the deep end; ground yourself. Try to be more accepting and less touchy. A quiet confidence lessens your need to prove yourself.
Diamonds - Values - Security - Dharma
Meaning of the Ace of Diamonds - I AM Worth
Karma – Acquisition.
FAMOUS ACE of Diamonds Douglas MacArthur was an American five-star general and Field Marshal of the Philippine Army. He was Chief of Staff of the United States Army during the 1930s and played a prominent role in the Pacific theater during World War II. January 26, 1880, Little Rock, Arkansas.
ACE of Diamonds: Ambition is the key word for this card, and usually in form of cold, hard, cash. Contacts are very important to the Ace of Diamonds. They like secrecy in connection with their associations; both business and personal. The Ace of Diamonds can be incredibly charismatic, able to focus their magnetism to achieve success. They are curious about metaphysics and spirituality, but they have a hard time believing in such things unless they can profit from them. There can be a lot of obstacles and difficulties for this card - and it's mostly the women who suffer in the realm of relationships and matters of the heart. The negative Ace of Diamonds has issues with greed for money and power. The positive Ace of Diamonds are willing to love for love's sake alone, thus able to reap the personal and material success so strongly desired. http://www.metasymbology.com/
ARIES-TAURUS CUSP NOTABLE Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, alias Lenin was a Russian communist revolutionary, politician and political theorist. April 22, 1870, Ulyanoysk, Russia.
ARIES-TAURUS CUSP NOTABLES: Vladimir Lenin, Jack Nicholson, Queen Elizabeth II, Barbara Streisand, Catherine the Great, William Shakespeare, Shirley MacLaine, Shirley Temple-Black, Richard Daly, Jr., Adolf Hitler, Jessica Lange, Paloma Picasso, Dudley Moore, Ryan O'Neal, Al Unser, James Woods; Source: The Secret Language of Relationships, Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.
January 26 (Aquarius I), February 24 (Pisces I), March 22 (Pisces-Aries Cusp), April 20 (Aries-Taurus Cusp), May 18 (Taurus III), June 16 (Gemini III), July 14 (Cancer III), August 12 (Leo III), September 10 (Virgo II), October 8 (Libra II), November 6 (Scorpio II), December 4 (Sagittarius )
Self Ego 1 Ego 2
April TWENTIETH the Day of WORLDLY CHALLENGE: is on the ARIES-TAURUS CUSP, gifting them with two Ego's the THREE of Clubs "The Writer's Card" and the FIVE of Hearts "The Emotional Adventurer." No couch potatoes here, they write their own scripts then jump on the world stage to act out their fantasies.
The April TWENTIETH the Day of WORLDLY CHALLENGE: decided to have a complicated life, by being born on the cusp of Aries (Fire-Doing) & Taurus (Earth-Deciding). Before drawing their Ego card or uniquely, for April 20 two Ego cards, the ACE of Diamonds, their true Self, the +karma ACE of Hearts "The Desire for Love Card" and the -karma TWO of Diamonds "Wheeler-Dealer Card" are all on the right brained side of Air (Intuition) and Water (Feeling) signs. By birth, April 20 is familiar with all four corners of the psyche.
Stephen King Chairman Mao
The Day of the Worldly Challenge starts with their draw of the THREE of Clubs "The Writer's Card," Ego 1, followed by the FIVE of Hearts "The Emotional Adventurer" Ego 2. Most people, except the Scorpios, only have one Ego to do battle with their Self, but April 20 thinks they are creative like Stephen King, while also feeling, that they, like Chairman Mao, are the masters of adventure.
Daniel Day-Lewis (Irish film actor), demonstrates how to get the most out of the birthday cards you receive on April 20.