The April 29th MENTALLY and EMOTIONALLY RESTLESS Card
The Jack of Clubs Club
"I was very strong-willed, very stubborn, and fairly dramatic, I guess." - Michelle Pfeiffer
Mind - Communication – Intelligence
Changes in Mental Attitude
EQ: "Emotional Intelligence"
FIVE of Clubs BIRTHDAYS: March 31 (Aries), April 29 (Taurus I), May 27 (Gemini), June 25 (Cancer), July 23 (Cancer/ Leo), August 21 (Leo), September 19 (Virgo), October 17 (Libra), November 15 (Scorpio), December 13 (Sagittarius);
Duke of Wellington
FAMOUS FIVE of Clubs: Wild Bill Hickok, Pavel Bure, Gordie Howe, Duke of Wellington, Al Gore, Andre Agassi, Uma Thurman, Michelle Pfeiffer, Daniel Day-Lewis, William Randolph Hearst, Henry Kissinger, Monica Lewinsky, Kim Cattrall, Jim Abbott, Eminem, Evel Knieval, Archie Moore, Jamie Foxx;
FIVE of Clubs (Wands) in Tarot
FIVE of Clubs: Versatile, restless, inquiring, and forever seeking with an ever changing mind; the 5 of Clubs is a young soul who is never satisfied with the answers they find. They need constant movement and wide travel -- eager to go anywhere rather than remain where they are. The positive natives of this card fight against their inherent restlessness, which otherwise lures them away from building a solid base. Those 5 of Clubs will then choose to educate themselves in some specialty that interests them, and will pursue it to a successful outcome.
Marriage is never easy for the 5 of Clubs as they are prone to jealousy and suspicion. They also experience changes in their mental attitudes towards their partner and cause the marriage to falter. The Five of Clubs must have an outlet for their natural keenness. Education is of supreme importance if they are to succeed in life. And peace of mind comes from a willingness to accept their life as it must be lived -- constructively! http://www.metasymbology.com/
TAURUS April 21- May 21
TAURUS Willie Nelson
Self "Changes in Mental Attitude"
Ego "The Need for Inspiration"
April 29 is ambitiously pursuing their Self's FIVE of Clubs "The Quest for Truth" in whatever form that interests them.
William Randolph Hearst