The March 11th PHILANTHROPIST Card
The Jack of Clubs Club
"I don't know what the future may hold, but I know who holds the future." - Ralph Abernathy
Values - Security – Dharma
Domination in the Realm of Values
Karma: Financial Security At All Cost
QUEEN of Diamonds - The PHILANTHROPIST Card: Like some other cards in the deck, the Queen of Diamonds has much indecision about values (Three of Diamonds Karma Card). Although they are in the royal suit of money, they are often worried about money and have some difficulty in managing it. Queen of Diamonds are known to be charming and enjoy the finer things in life. Often they spend beyond their budget and this adds to their financial worries. Their Three of Diamonds Karma Card speaks of indecision about what they want that has them constantly seeking new adventures and sometimes relationships as well. Many of the world's greatest givers are Queen of Diamonds, though personal relationships are usually difficult because of the indecision about what they want and their changeable nature. If they adopt a spiritual path in life and realize that they have a mission, they can achieve the heights of spiritual realization and self-mastery (Queen of Spades in Neptune). This realization will also dispel all of the problems that they have with money and love.
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: Charo, Martin Luther King, Aristotle Onassis, Chuck Yeager, Jerry Springer, Bobby McFerrin, Hugh Hefner, Dennis Quaid, Eva Peron, Mark Wahlberg, Brian McKnight, Tom Cruise, Montel Williams, Coolio, Yves Saint Laurent, Gary Cooper, Johannes Brahams. Source: Robert Camp's Love Cards.
QUEEN of Diamonds (Pentacles, Coins, Disks) in Tarot
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/
PISCES Lawrence Welk
The Catch 22 for all QUEEN of Diamonds is the plight of a natural born Philanthropist who also has the Karmic Fear ~ Financial Security At All Cost. In this regard, March 11 has a leg up, if they adopt a spiritual path in life and realize that they have a mission, they can achieve the heights of spiritual realization and self-mastery (QUEEN of Spades in Neptune).
Rupert Murdoch, Murdoch's News Corporation owns over 800 companies in more than 50 countries, with a net worth of over $5 billion. Married four times and still going strong at 87. Rupert makes his philanthropic contribution through politics.
Ralph Abernathy, March 11, 1926, three years older than MLK, the January 15 QUEEN of Diamonds, met King in 1954 and became best friends forever as confirmed by MLK's response to Abernathy's introduction of "I've Been to the Mountaintop" speech:
"As I listened to Ralph Abernathy and his eloquent and generous introduction and then thought about myself, I wondered who he was talking about. It's always good to have your closest friend and associate to say something good about you, and Ralph Abernathy is the best friend that I have in the world." - Martin Luther King Jr.
Antonin Scalia, played his Self-Mastery Card as the legal intellectual supreme court justice for 30 years. The chief dissenter on the court was also the most liked and respected by his colleagues both friend and foe.
"From our years together at the D.C. Circuit, we were best buddies," she wrote. "We disagreed now and then, but when I wrote for the Court and received a Scalia dissent, the opinion ultimately released was notably better than my initial circulation." - Ruth Bader Ginsburg