APRIL TWENTY-SEVENTH (7c) the Day of SELF-SUFFICIENCY:

The Jack of Clubs Club

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  "But I'll tell you one guy nobody liked and that was our manager Rogers Hornsby." - Rogers Hornsby

Those born on April 27 can usually be found working behind the scenes; generally they do not assume the leading role unless drafted or forced to do so. They are happiest when they can function undisturbed, tucked away in a safe place where they give their all to private endeavors. It is rare to find those born on this day preoccupied with a highly developed social life; it is usually within an institution (e.g., school, work, church) that they are able to relate best with others.

ADVICE: Try to increase social contact: beware of isolating yourself. Push yourself to improve spiritually and beware of imposing your values on others. Don't get stuck in a rut; refuse to be unhappy for long.

Strengths: Self-Sufficient, Dedicated, Centered;

Weaknesses: Withdrawn, Over serious, Repressed.

BORN ON THIS DAY: Samuel F.B. Morse, Ulysses S. Grant, Coretta Scott King, Rogers Hornsby, Jack Klugman, Zhang Jie, Casey Kasem. Source: The Secret Language of Birthdays Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.

MEDITATION: The true church is in one's heart.

SEVEN of Clubs: All 7 of Clubs want proof before they are willing to extend their beliefs in anything. When this is not forthcoming, they are quick to lose interest and find a new buffet on which to feast. There is often scandal and back biting connected with this card. Trouble in their work usually comes through labor disputes or unreliable employees. The result causes stress related health issues. 7 of Clubs people can always make money (their chief worry in life!), but it's only when they are able to fully employ the use of their fine minds that they find peace in this lifetime. Some people call this the card of the genius - but they must learn to stay away from frivolous associates, psychic experiments, gambling, and drink. Most do, but their natural inclination toward get-rich-quick schemes always seems to set them back. Those Seven of Clubs who are "right side up" are those who have been able to provide themselves with a fine educational foundation. They have learned to develop their intuition and have crowned their lives with achievement and success.

Clubs - Mind - Communication – Intelligence,

7 of Clubs - Inspired Knowledge,

Karma for the 7 of Clubs - Agnostic

SEVEN of Clubs: The Card of SPIRITUAL KNOWLEDGE:  All sevens are highly spiritual cards but it is up to the individual to manifest this spirituality and to turn negativity into accomplishment. The Seven of Clubs challenge rests in the negative aspects of the mind which are worry, doubt and pessimism. They have much inherent inspiration and insight, but when they don't follow it, Saturn's influence brings much despair and sometimes depression. They have power to overcome their problems and to attain the fame and recognition they secretly desire, but they must apply themselves diligently. They are likely to have large sums of money at different times in their life, but often they spend it as fast as they get it. All their difficulties in life can be traced directly to their thoughts. So the Seven of Clubs, more than any other card, has a great responsibility to maintain positive, healing thoughts. Any contact with spiritual thought or ideals is sure to have a positive effect on them and is highly recommended.
 

Your Karma Cards are the: eight of diamonds EIGHT of Diamonds - You owe something to this person and they reflect you in some way. jack of spades JACK of Spades - This person owes you and you are their mirror in some way.

SEVEN  of Clubs BIRTHDAYS: March 29 (Aries), April 27 (Taurus I), May 25 (Gemini), June 23 (Cancer), July 21 (Cancer/Leo), August 19 (Leo), September 17 (Virgo), October 15 (Libra), November 13 (Scorpio), December 11 (Sagittarius);

FAMOUS SEVEN  of Clubs: Bill Clinton, Casey Kasem, Mario Puzo, Whoopi Goldberg,  Robert Louis Stevenson, John Kerry, John Major,Coretta Scott King, Ulysses S. Grant, Mike Myers, Edward VIII King of England, June Carter Cash, Robin Williams, Josh Hartnett, Orville Wright, Roddy McDowall, Cassandra "Elvira" Peterson, Tanya Roberts; Source: Robert Camp's Love Cards, www.7thunders.com 
 

seven of clubs SEVEN of Clubs: All 7 of Clubs want proof before they are willing to extend their beliefs in anything. When this is not forthcoming, they are quick to lose interest and find a new buffet on which to feast. There is often scandal and back biting connected with this card. Trouble in their work usually comes through labor disputes or unreliable employees. The result causes stress related health issues. 7 of Clubs people can always make money (their chief worry in life!), but it's only when they are able to fully employ the use of their fine minds that they find peace in this lifetime. Some people call this the card of the genius - but they must learn to stay away from frivolous associates, psychic experiments, gambling, and drink. Most do, but their natural inclination toward get-rich-quick schemes always seems to set them back. Those Seven of Clubs who are "right side up" are those who have been able to provide themselves with a fine educational foundation. They have learned to develop their intuition and have crowned their lives with achievement and success. http://www.metasymbology.com/

TAURUS I (Earth) - The Week of MANIFESTATION April 25-May 2: Taurus I's are hard headed pragmatists and those born in the Week of Manifestation are among the most dominant individuals of the year. When seized by an idea or plan, they will not let it rest until it is implemented. Rarely will this idea be one that has not already been proven, or does not show great promise; Taurus I's are convinced of most of their enterprises' success from the start.

Strengths: PRODUCTIVE-PHYSICAL-TENACIOUS

Weaknesses: STUBBORN-SMUG-EXAGGERATING

Advice: Beware of taking on too much responsibility. Consciously work on changing yourself periodically. Beware of procrastinating in the name of prudence or good sense. Open up your horizons by exposing yourself to different disciplines and points of view.

TAURUS I NOTABLES: Oskar Schindler, Bianca  Jaggar, Duke Ellington, Michelle Pfeiffer, Al Pacino, Ella Fitzgerald, Andre Agassi, Joseph Heller,  Saddam Hussein, Duke of Wellington, Ulysses S. Grant, I.M. Pei, Emperor Hirohito, James Monroe, Kate Smith, Ann-Margret. Source: The Secret Language of Relationships Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers. 

 

Astro-Psychometric Quadrants

March 29  Aries I,  April 27  Taurus I,  May 25  Gemini I,  June 23  Gemini-Cancer Cusp,  July 21  Cancer-Leo Cusp  August 19  Leo-Virgo Cusp,   September 17  Virgo III  October 15  Libra III,  November 13    Scorpio III,  December 11  Sagittarius III. 

 

                                     
      Self                                                                     Ego

 

APRIL TWENTY-SEVENTH the Day of SELF-SUFFICIENCY: comes by their Self-Sufficiency with a QUEEN  of Spades Ego, their Who I Think I Am card. After unknowingly consulting their true Self the SEVEN  of Clubs "Spiritual Knowledge," they have all they need to know to go about their earthly business. As good card carrying Taureans, born in the Week of Manifestation, they are among the most dominant individuals of the year.
     
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