December FOURTEENTH (4c) the Day of the SELECTIVE EXHIBITIONIST:
The Jack of Clubs Club
“The first lesson is that you can't lose a war if you have command of the air, and you can't win a war if you haven't.” - James Doolittle
December 14 people often impress others as exhibitionists, but in fact those born on this day are highly selective about when, how and under what circumstances they allow themselves or their work to be viewed. Indeed, although they are not infrequently public individuals who are very much in the limelight, they inhabit their own private world into which very few ever gain admittance. It is as if they live in a house doing the most astonishing things but only open the blinds when it suits them to do so. Thus, most often they only let people view what they are doing, less often what they are thinking and hardly at all who they really are. Actually, seeming to reveal a great deal can be the best way to conceal what is most private.
Clubs - Mind - Communication – Intelligence
4 of Clubs - Concentrated Mental Work
Known as "the debaters’” card, Four of Clubs people have intense, ever-active minds. Mind you, a good education is key for those born under this card. Otherwise, they run the risk of "talking much, but saying little”! Four of Clubs have an issue with fear when it comes to money, and they are known to drive a hard bargain. Work is healing for them, especially when it involves large, male dominated organizations, and their health is never much of a problem. The 4 of Clubs likes to look good. They have unique and unusual emotional interests, often attracting dubious or manipulative people into their lives. Emotionally they are quite insensitive. However, they have a natural ease about them when involved with large groups of people, and they make for great travelling companions! http://www.metasymbology.com/
SAGITTARIUS III: The Week of the TITAN - December 11-18: Born in the Week of the Titan, SAGITTARIUS III's think on a grand scale. Their minds are usually geared to big projects, whether planning a family get-together or mapping out a business strategy. Disliking pettiness in all forms, they see the total picture first, and generally avoid getting hung up in the details. SAGITTARIUS III's are big-hearted, and give shamelessly, but are realistic enough to expect something in return.
Strengths: Big-Hearted - Self-Assured - Aspiring
Weaknesses: Self-Unaware - Secretly Insecure - Fussy
SAGITTARIUS III NOTABLES: Alexander Solzhenitsyn, Steven Spielberg, Beethoven, Liv Ulman, J. Paul Getty. Source: The Secret Language of Relationships Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.
April 30 (Taurus I), May 28 (Gemini I), June 26 (Cancer I), July 24 (Cancer-Leo Cusp), August 22 or (Leo-Virgo Cusp), September 20 (Virgo-Libra Cusp), October 18 (Libra III), November 16 (Scorpio III), December 14 (Sagittarius)
December FOURTEENTH the Day of the SELECTIVE EXHIBITIONIST: chose the SIX of Diamonds "Financial Responsibility Card" as their Ego, their Who They Think They Are, their Cognitive Consciousness. The FOUR of Clubs "Satisfaction in Knowledge" Self, is convinced, that they know better than anyone, what they are doing, and what they are doing, is the best given the situation. The 6 of Diamonds card acts like a judge weighing all the evidence before rendering a decision on anything from the grocery store to the World Bank.
The +karma SIX of Hearts "The Peace Maker Card" is a good thing but because sixes are fate cards they are more demanding than your average karma; in this case making peace, a moral imperative, not just an ideal. The -karma, the FIVE of Clubs "The Quest for Truth" can upset the Self's apple cart of Satisfaction, by straying off in the field of alternative solutions.
James Comey, was type cast for the part of December 14 the Day of Selective Exhibitionist - questing for the Truth, Judging the facts as he understood them, while trying to make Peace with all sides.