The March 18th SALESPERSON Card

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    "Julio and I worked to improve the quality of wines from California and to put fine wine on American dinner tables at a price people could afford” - Ernest Gallo


March 18th  BIRTHDAYS: Edgar Cayce, Lady Gaga, Klerk, Ben Cohen, Grover Cleveland, Vanessa Williams, Queen Latifah, William H. Johnson, Charlie Pride, Neville Chamberlain. John C. Calhoun, John Updike, George Plimpton, Ernest Gallo; 

Diamonds - Values - Security – Dharma

5 of Diamonds - Fluctuation in Finances

Karma for the 5 of DiamondsAccepting 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 - You owe something to this person and they reflect you in some way. 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: Edgar Cayce was an American mystic who allegedly possessed the ability to answer questions on subjects as varied as healing, reincarnation, wars, Atlantis and future events while in a trance. Edgar Cayce, a modest farmer’s son, was still young when he discovered his super-normal talent: the gift of clairvoyance doubled the gift of healing. March 18, 1877, Hopkinsville, KY.


FAMOUS FIVE  of Diamonds: Diane Lane, Sidney Poiter, Queen Latifah, Cate Blanchett, George Bush Sr., Jessica Simpson, Vanessa Williams, Dave "The Edge" Evans, Jeff Foxworthy, Susan Sarandon, Alicia Silverstone; Source: Robert Camp's Love Cards.


five of diamonds 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! Source:

PISCES  William  H. Johnson

Astro-Psychometric Quadrants    



        Self                                                                   Ego


The March 18 FIVE  of Diamonds "the Salesman" make great actors because they live work and have there being in the Cerebral (Upper Right Brain) and present their findings in a Limbic (Lower Right Brain PISCES format. Their JACK  of Diamonds Ego Card, "The Successful Salesperson" makes March 18 the Salesman's salesman.

19 of the 45 US Presidents are Diamonds, but Polk, Hayes, Cleveland, Harding and Bush Sr. are the 5  of Diamonds. Grover Cleveland, March 18, 1837 was the 22nd and 24th president of the United States, the only president in American history to serve two non-consecutive terms in office. John C. Calhoun, March 18, 1782 VP under Adams and Jackson would have been president but for wasting his sales talents promoting slavery.

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, 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 Day of RETURN, not willing to acknowledge their Karma - Accepting Reality.

 Neville Chamberlain, couldn't accept the Reality of Adolf  Hitler. Chamberlain's Pisces III heart wanted peace but thinking appeasement didn't make it so. Klerk, on the other hand as, South Africa's last head of state from the era of white-minority rule, accepted Reality and focused on dismantling the apartheid system, by freeing Mandela.

 Vanessa Williams, accepted the Reality that forced her to resign her Miss America crown and Returned as a successful actress, singer and fashion designer.  

Of course no analysis of the March 18 birthday would be complete without Edgar Cayce, March 18, 1877, the World's most Mysterious Man.

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