January FIFTEENTH (Qd) the Day of HEROIC INEVITABILITY:
The Jack of Clubs Club
"The genius of you Americans is that you never make clear-cut stupid moves, only complicated stupid moves which make us wonder at the possibility that there may be something to them we are missing."
Those born on January 15 inevitably encounter the theme of heroism in their lives. It is incumbent on them, at some point in time, to find their fearless center and after discovering it rely on it thereafter in crisis and stress situations. Often those born on this day are unaware of their heroic nature until fate calls up a challenge which reveals it in full flower. Up to this time, it is quite likely that they lead a fairly moderate, perhaps ordinary life. The event or events that lead to this self-actualization are likely to occur in their late twenties. January 15 people often manifest some form of hero worship or other romantic fixation in their childhood, with a real or fantasy figure. January 15 people may or may not be social individuals, but they are magnetically drawn to certain key figures in their early thirties who not only inspire them but also aid them in their process of self-discovery.
STRENGTHS: Idealistic Pleasure-Loving, Heroic
WEAKNESSES: Indulgent, Insecure, Idolizing
ADVICE: It is inevitable that you play your heroic role. Be sure that it is in the service of goals worthy of you. Be discriminating, but also open to change. Discover what works for you. Learn to wait and when to act It is inevitable that you play your heroic role. Be sure that it is in the service of goals worthy - find the right place and time for all things.
BORN ON THIS DAY: Martin Luther King, Aristotle Onassis, Joan of Arc, Gamal Abdul Nasser, Moliere, Edward Teller, Drew Brees, Lloyd Bridges, Trixie Brown, Charo, Gene Krupa, Lee Teng-Hui (Taiwanese prime minister). Source: The Secret Language of Birthdays Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers
MEDITATION: In the great battles of life, the most powerful weapons are often wisdom and understanding.
Diamonds - Values - Security – Dharma
Queen of Diamonds ~ Domination in the Realm of Values
QUEEN of Diamonds BIRTHDAYS: January 15 (Capricorn), February 13 (Aquarius), March 11 (Pisces), April 9 (Aries), May 7 (Taurus), June 5 (Gemini), July 3 (Cancer), August 1 (Leo);
FAMOUS QUEEN of Diamonds: Gary Cooper was an American film actor known for his natural, authentic, and understated acting style and screen performances. His career spanned thirty-five years, from 1925 to 1960, and included leading roles in eighty-four feature films. May 7, 1901, Helena, MT.
QUEEN of Diamonds: Some of our greatest philanthropists are the Queen of Diamonds. In the world of art, some of our greatest poets, painters and musicians have contributed their wealth. It is these Queen of Diamonds people that have learned the true meaning of value. They are people fitted for authority and should have it! The path for the Queen of Diamonds is a hard one - so beset with difficulties and obstacles - they are continually sapped of strength as they struggle to overcome one thing after the other. Those born under this card are diligent and dependable. They are strong of character, and determined, but they must guard against hardness and domination. They have much to contend with, and much should be forgiven them. The men strive to provide their partners with security, but can be overly sensitive and prone to temper tantrums. The women enjoy sharing in their partner's business affairs. http://www.metasymbology.com/
CAPRICORN III - The Week of DOMINANCE - January 10-16: Many Capricorn III's find it unnecessary to rise to the top of their field, or even to lead, as long as they can express their dominance within the day-to-day dynamic of their family, work or social group. Although ambitious types may well be born in this week, Capricorn III's often reach a certain level in their particular circle and are content to stay there for the rest of their lives. They have tremendous diligence and dedication, which enable them to stick to the path they have set for themselves without being sidetracked.
Strengths: PROFESSIONAL - SURMOUNTING - MAINTAINING
Weaknesses: UNHEEDING - OUTRAGEOUS - SELF-SACRIFICING
Advice: Don't be afraid to take chances. If you do not dare to fail you may not achieve your true heart's desire. Your insistence on security may be misplaced at times. Try to be more flexible where the feelings of others are concerned. Don't assume that your values have absolute or universal application.
CAPRICORN III NOTABLES: Faye Dunaway, Aristotle Onassis, Martin Luther King, Jr., Albert Schweitzer, Alexander Hamilton, George Foreman, Joan of Arc, Jack London, Gamal Abdel Nassar, Edward Teller, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. Source: The Secret Language of Relationships Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.
January 15 (Capricorn III), February 13 (Aquarius III), March 11 (Pisces III), April 9 (Aries II), May 7 (Taurus II), June 5 (Gemini II), July 3 (Cancer II), August 1 (Leo I)
Self "Philanthropist" Capricorn III (Earth) Ego "Spiritual Knowledge"
The January 15th QUEEN of Diamonds is the Tiger Queen with a "Spiritual Knowledge" SEVEN of Clubs Ego. Their conflicting +karma of the NINE of Diamonds "Value Givers" card is constantly pestered by their -karma the THREE of Diamonds "Uncertain Values." While they are pondering on what they should be or do when they grow up, a crisis appears, calling them to their Day of Heroic Inevitability.
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