The May 29th 'WRITER'S Card
The Jack of Clubs Club
"By sacrificing my freedom and possibly my life, I hope to change your mind about me," - John Hinckley
John F. Kennedy
Mind - Communication – Intelligence
Uncertainty in Beliefs
EQ: "Emotional Intelligence"
KING of Diamonds owes you a karmic debt and they mirror you in some way. Their second Karma Card gifts them with natural business ability. They gravitate toward big money and big business and can easily position themselves in leadership wherever they work.
FAMOUS THREE of Clubs: Bob Hope, KBE, KC*SG, KSS was an American comedian, vaudevillian, actor, singer, dancer, philanthropist and author. With a career spanning nearly 80 years, Hope appeared in more than 70 short and feature films, including a series of "Road" movies. May 29, 1903, Eltham, London, UK.
John F. Kennedy, Joseph P. Kennedy Jr.
FAMOUS THREE of Clubs: LaToya Jackson, John F. Kennedy, Joseph P. Kennedy Jr. (JFK's older brother), Adrian Paul, Tobey Maguire, H. Ross Perot, Kobe Bryant, Gene Kelly, Nicole Richie, Faith Hill, Bill Murray, Stephan King, J. Paul Getty, Don Johnson, Danny DeVito, Lauren Hutton, Ty Pennington, Evander Holyfield;
THREE of Clubs (Wands) in Tarot
THREE of Clubs people are incredibly bright, creative and magnetic. And thank goodness because on the flip side, the Three of Clubs have the worst case of indecision known to man! It is the inherent creativity and personable karma of this wonderful card that gets them where they need to go, bringing rewards of success into their ever-active life.
There is often difficult karma with older women for the Three of Clubs, and they tend to suffer at the hands of a troubled mother, grandparent, or older sister. No stranger to emotional disappointments, they have had to learn the art of resilience and developed a terrific personality along the way. Three of Clubs people often change careers later in life. They make excellent realtors, entertainers, and public spokespeople. http://www.metasymbology.com/
GEMINI May 21 – June 21
GEMINI Al Unser Sr.
Self "Uncertainty in Beliefs"
John F. Kennedy