The January 22nd SALESPERSON Card
The Jack of Clubs Club
Values - Security – Dharma
Fluctuation in Finances
EQ: "Emotional Intelligence"
Karma: Accepting Reality
FIVE of Diamonds (Pentacles) in Tarot
FIVE 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/
CAPRICORN-AQUARIUS January 16 to January 23
CAPRICORN-AQUARIUS Ed Bradley
Sir Francis Bacon
Ego "Maturity in Knowledge"
Douglas 'Wrong Way' Corrigan
The January 22 FIVE of Diamonds "the Salesman" make great actors because they live work and have there being in the Cerebral and present their findings in a Limbic format. Their KING of Clubs "Master of Knowledge" ensures that nothing slips by their Owl's Upper Left-Brain. The +karma (hidden talent), the THREE of Clubs "Writer's Card," think Stephen King, triggers their imagination. '
Who They Truly Are,' the FIVE of Diamonds, Self, welcomes new adventures and sensing - no make that - knowing that they can sell anything, anywhere, anytime, they are compelled by their -karma NINE of Diamonds "Giver of Value," think Obama, they are always looking for their next part. Considering all of the above talents I nominate the late Sir John Vincent Hurt, as the Academy Award Winner of January 22 personages.
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