February TWENTIETH (5d) the Day of THE IMPRESSION:

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  “For me, my awakening came when I was kidnapped.” - Patty Hearst

Those born on February 20 are taken up with the theme of both registering an impression and making an impression on others. Because of their receptive nature, they generally have vivid memories and can much later repeat accurately what they have seen or heard. On the other hand, they will usually do what they have to do to make certain that others remember them as well. February 20 people want to be taken seriously, and therefore forcefully stamp their mark on whatever it is they carry out, be it their business involvements, creative efforts or familial responsibilities.
 
STRENGTHS: Perceptive, Cooperative, Memorable
 
WEAKNESSES: Impressionable, Reactive, Overemotional
 

ADVICEStick with what you believe; do not be so easily swayed by others. The emotional life is but one part of a healthy being. Focus a bit more on your mental strengths. Beware of your tendency to overwhelm people.

 
BORN ON THIS DAY: Ansel Adams, Sidney Poitier, Louis I. Khan (architect), Patty Hearst, Robert Altman, Gloria Vanderbilt, Trevor Noah, Charles Barkley, Cindy Crawford, Kurt Cobain, Mitch McConnell, Bobby Unser, Nancy Wilson, Rihanna, Bob Richards, Sandy Duncan, Ivana Trump; Source: The Secret Language of Birthdays Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.  
 

MEDITATION: The images we receive shape the ones we transmit.

Diamonds - Values - Security – Dharma

5 of Diamonds - Fluctuation in Finances

Karma for the 5 of Diamonds - Accepting Reality
FIVE  of Diamonds: The Salesperson Card -  This card has its share of challenges and its share of gifts. Like all fives, they dislike routine and abhor anything that pretends to limit their freedom. They can be perpetual wanderers, never settling down for anything long enough to make it pay off. This includes their work and relationships. All 5 have an inner restlessness, but they truly want to accomplish something of value and stability in their lives. They are inherently spiritual and know what is of true value. The challenge comes in practicing what they know. They come into this life with a certain amount of karma which often takes considerable hard work to discharge. If they are lazy, there will be many problems. They must practice what they know and do what it takes to get the job done without shirking responsibility. They make great sales people and they have tried many things in life and know how to relate to anyone on their own level. Their inner truth is their guiding light.
 
Your Karma Cards are the: nine of diamonds NINE of Diamonds - You owe something to this person and they reflect you in some way. three of clubs THREE of Clubs - This person owes you and you are their mirror in some way.
 

FIVE  of Diamonds BIRTHDAYS: January 22 (Aquarius), February 20 (Pisces), March 18 (Pisces), April 16 (Aries), May 14 (Taurus), June 12 (Gemini), July 10 (Cancer), August 8 (Leo), September 6 (Virgo), October 4 (Libra), November 2 (Scorpio);

  

FAMOUS FIVE  of Diamonds: Louis Isadore Kahn was an American architect, based in Philadelphia. After working in various capacities for several firms in Philadelphia, he founded his own atelier in 1935. February 20, 1901, Parnu, Estonia.

FAMOUS FIVE  of Diamonds: Diane Lane, Sidney Poiter, Louis I. Khan (architect), Cindy Crawford, Queen Latifah, Cate Blanchett, George H.W. Bush, Jessica Simpson, Dave "The Edge" Evans, Jeff Foxworthy, Susan Sarandon, Alicia Silverstone, Rihanna, Patty Hearst; Source: Robert Camp's Love Cards www.7thunders.com
 

five of diamondsFIVE of Diamonds: Money consciousness is strong for these people, and when it's regarded as a means, not an end, finances are usually at their disposal. Limitations and restrictions in regard to their financial security come through troubling health, or a hampering physical affliction; through difficulties with children, or through a loved one who is faced with trials that cannot be shared. The 5 of Diamonds must choose their course and stick to it. They must seek a place in life where they can forget themselves and make a contribution, and they must learn to abolish their constant uncertainty. They must also guard against creating a separate reality that's out of sync with the reality of those around them!  http://www.metasymbology.com/

AQUARIUS-PISCES CUSP - The Cusp of Sensitivity February 16-22: Those born on the Cusp of Sensitivity are often success-oriented individuals who give top priority to their career. They are usually fighters, an attitude sometimes based on underlying insecurity and the need to prove themselves. A chip-on-the-shoulder attitude in many Aquarius-Pisces makes them aggressive toward others and belligerent when attacked. A real personal challenge for Aquarius-Pisces, then, is to rediscover and acknowledge their inner makeup and to break down some of the barriers they have built up. The tough, even aggressive exterior of many born on the Aquarius-Pisces Cusp belies the sensitive personality inside.

Extremely vulnerable as children, Aquarius-Pisces react to criticism or abuse from others by building a wall around themselves. Carried with them into adulthood, this armor may give the impression of an inner self far different from the reality.

Strengths: Success-Oriented, Concerned, Caring

Weaknesses: Insecure, Pessimistic Isolated

ADVICE: Don't give up on the world or retreat behind fences. If necessary tear obstructions down to rediscover your sensitive self. Learning to trust may mean ceasing to fear. Without denying your need to explore the depths and the heights, take the middle road more often.

 

AQUARIUS-PISCES CUSP NOTABLES: Frederic Chopin, Michael  Jordan, Toni Morrison,Yoko Ono, Ansel Adams, Sidney Potier, John Travolta, Charles Barkley, Julius Irving, Sonny Bono, John McEnroe, Edward Kennedy, Barbara Jordan, Marian Anderson. Source: The Secret Language of Relationships Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.

  Astro-Psychometric Quadrants    

January 22  (Capricorn-Aquarius), February 20   (Aquarius-Pisces), March 18  (Pisces III), April 16  (Aries III), May 14  (Taurus), June 12  (Gemini III), July 10  (Cancer II), August 8  (Leo), September 6  (Virgo II), October 4  (Libra II), November 2   (Scorpio I)

 

                                                                            

        Self                                                                   Ego  1                                                        Ego 2

 

Why is it that the February 20 FIVE  of Diamonds "The Seeker of Worth" has so many famous fellow birthday celebrities? Is it just the February Fives or are all Nine Five  of Diamonds months chock full of famous faces? They all share the same karmic fear Accepting Reality. The 'what makes them different,' is the February 20 folks, are in or on the Aquarius-Pisces Cusp, giving them two egos in opposing cerebral corners. Ego 1 the KING  of Clubs "The Master of Knowledge" and the  Ego 2 JACK  of Diamonds "The Salesperson Card."

Their odd numbered, opposing karma cards, the +karma THREE  of Clubs "The Writer's Card" and -karma NINE  of Diamonds "Universal Values - The Giver," would make anybody afraid of Accepting Reality.

As a former architect, I and my contemporaries, worshiped Louie Kahn as the architect's architect of our era. Then there is Patty Hearst, all the king's 'shrinks' are still analyzing whether she brainwashed the Symbionese Liberation Army or the other way around. Poitier, Rihanna, Cindy Crawford and the new guy on the block, Trevor Noah, each present a charming handsome persona that helps them make a good impression, on the Day of THE IMPRESSION.

However, Mitch McConnell, a not so pretty boy, is my pick for the most fascinating February 20 personage.

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