The June 29th DESIRE for KNOWLEDGE and LOVE Card
The Jack of Clubs Club
"It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye." - Antoine de Saint-Exupery
June 29th BIRTHDAYS: Stokely Carmichael, George Goethals (Panama Canal), Howard Dahl (aviator), Antoine de Saint-Exupery (French aviator, author Little Prince), James Van Der Zee, Luisa Tetrazzini (soprano), Gary Busey, Slim Pickens, Egon von Furstenberg, Harmon Killebrew, Oriana Fallaci (Italian journalist).
ACE of Clubs - Desire for Knowledge
, Accompanied by the Desire for Love (Two of Hearts Karma Card), is the main influence for this card. Combine these and you have a person who is a student of love as much as one who would truly like to find their ideal mate. Like all Aces, they are impatient and restless. Their curiosity leads them to be avid students. This same curiosity usually keeps them youthful, even into the last years of their life. They are always interested in new things, ideas and topics of discussion.
This is one of the four special cards we call the Semi-Fixed Cards. The (Ac) has a unique connection with the TWO of Hearts, its Karmic Soul Twin, which only two other cards in the deck share the and . Though you see seven Karma Cards listed, only the is close to them. The and are nearly exact mirrors of each other, sharing each other's personality traits and characteristics. Because the is the card of the lovers, the has a lifetime ambition to find the perfect love. This doesn't necessarily mean the perfect marriage. We can marry our perfect lover, but marriage is not necessarily a requirement when the is concerned. What the is looking for is the love relationship - the love affair that is timeless and eternal, perhaps out of this world.
The Lonely Ace of Clubs: people seem to come in two varieties. There are very gregarious ones who go from love affair to love affair, and there are those who seem to go through long dry spells in their love life. Believe it or not, these two types are both displaying the (Ac) pickiness about their lovers. Why? Well, even the (Ac) who are outgoing and gregarious are not really letting any of their lovers get too close to them. They, like the ones who have long dry spells, are waiting for that perfect person to come along, the person they can trust with their heart and soul. For this reason, (Ac) are often lonely people. They are waiting for someone who is truly special to them and they just will not accept anything less. Ah, but when they do find that person, watch out! Few cards in the deck can fall in love as deeply or, for that matter, be as deeply hurt.
ACE of Clubs BIRTHDAYS: May 31 (Gemini), June 29 (Cancer), July 27 (Leo), August 25 (Virgo), September 23 (Libra), October 21 (Scorpio), November 19 (Scorpio/Sagittarius), December 17 (Sagittarius);
FAMOUS ACE of Stokely Carmichael (Kwame Ture) was a Trinidadian-American who became a prominent figure in the Civil Rights Movement and the global Pan-African movement. He grew up in the United States from the age of 11 and became an activist while he attended Howard University. June 29, 1941, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago.
FAMOUS ACE of Clubs: Colin Farrell, Brooke Shields, Clint Eastwood, Walt Whitman, Gary Busey, Alex Rodriguez, Claudia Schiffer, Stokely Carmichael, Rachael Ray, Bruce Springsteen, Judge Judy, Antoine de Saint-Exupery (French aviator, author Little Prince), Jodie Foster, Meg Ryan, Larry King, Indira Gandhi, Mila Jovovich; Source: Robert Camp's Love Cards.
ACE of Clubs: Positively, the ACE of Clubs represents an eager search for knowledge. Negatively, this card represents prying curiosity. The prime motivating force for this card is an insatiable thirst for knowledge, combined with a desire for a deep and lasting union with someone who is emotionally compatible. Hence, the ACE of Clubs is always looking for his or her "soul mate", believing that true marriages are made in heaven. The ACE of Clubs is one of the "swing cards"; each and every year it trades places with the TWO of Hearts, a card that symbolizes the union of love. This interesting place in the cards gives the ACE of Clubs conflicting results in matters of the heart. Once a relationship develops, they feel as though their quest for knowledge or learning has been stymied. When they once again apply themselves to their ever eager quest for knowledge, they lose the love they so desired! Balance is the key. Balancing expectations of true love, and learning to share in personal mental pursuits. http://www.metasymbology.com/
CANCER James Van Der Zee
'Must See It to Believe It,' Concrete Experience Quadrants
Heart and Head Realm of Abstract Conceptualization (La La Land)