May FIFTEENTH (4d) the Day of the DREAMWEAVERS:
The Jack of Clubs Club
"Power is dangerous unless you have humility." - Richard J. Daley
Weaknesses: Frustrated, Isolated, Passive
Diamonds - Values - Security – Dharma,
4 of Diamonds - Concentration on Security,
Karma for the 4 of Diamonds - Overcoming of Self
FOUR of Diamonds BIRTHDAYS: January 23 (Aquarius), February 21 ( Pisces), March 19 (Aries), April 17 (Aries), May 15 (Taurus III), June 13 (Gemini), July 11 (Cancer), August 9 (Leo), September 7 (Virgo), October 5 (Libra), November 3 ( Scorpio), December 1 (Sagittarius);
FAMOUS FOUR of Diamonds Jasper Johns is an American painter, sculptor and printmaker associated with Abstract expressionism, Neo-Dada, and Pop art. May 15, 1930 (age 87), Augusta, GA.
FOUR of Diamonds: The importance of work is stressed for all 4's, and this is especially true of the 4 of Diamonds. There is inherent protection for this card, but only if they are making diligent and concentrated efforts in their lives. When this is lacking, poverty and failure - in varying degrees - are the sure results. A life of leisure is just not part of their life plan. This is by no means an easy card to deal with. They are known to rebel at the restrictions imposed by relationships, work and life circumstances. While they are basically materially oriented people, there is an underlying spiritual interest which should not be neglected! A good earning capacity belongs to this card but it is only through hard work that their dreams become a reality. http://www.metasymbology.com/
TAURUS III - The Week of the NATURAL May 11-18: Taurus III's are highly sensitive individuals who need to be free to express themselves as directly and as naturally as they wish. Taurus III's do not react well when others try to correct, reform or change their basic habits. These spontaneous, fun-loving, zany individuals insist on being themselves: indeed, they seem to have no other choice. Yet society can put pressures on an individual to conform, and Taurus III's may consequently encounter serious frustrations and obstacles while growing up. Nervousness and neurotic behavior not infrequently result and, in more extreme cases, depressions and acutely repressed feelings.
Strengths: FUN-LOVING - ADVENTURESOME - IMAGINATIVE
Weaknesses: OBSESSIVE - REBELLIOUS - FRUSTRATED
Advice: Dig deeper and explore the depths of your personality. Try to take matters a bit more seriously if you wish others to do the same in regard to you. On the other hand, never give up your natural and instinctive approach to life. Set your personal standards a bit higher and expect more of yourself.
TAURUS III NOTABLES: Dennis Hopper, Stevie Wonder, Salvadore Dali, George Lucas, Joe Louis, David Byrne, Henry Fonda, Margot Fontaine, Katherine Hepburn, Phil Silvers, George Carlin, Liberace, Bertrand Russell, Yogi Berra. Source: The Secret Language of Relationships Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.
January 23 (Aquarius I), February 21 (Aquarius-Pisces Cusp), March 19 (Pisces-Aries), April 17 (Aries III), May 15 (Taurus III), June 13 (Gemini III), July 11 (Cancer) III, August 9 (Leo II), September 7 (Virgo II), October 5 (Libra II), November 3 (Scorpio II), December 1 (Sagittarius I)
May FIFTEENTH the Day of the DREAMWEAVERS: chose the EIGHT of Hearts (8 of Cups in Tarot) "The Emotional Power Card" as their Ego, their Who They Think They Are, the Playboy/girl driver of their persona. As long as they take their MEDITATION: Love in a spiritual sense may mean seduction in a higher sense, their dreams come true.
Roger Ailes, is an example of what happens when they go off their 'meds.' May 15 people, including Ailes, harness their emotional power to their core FOUR of Diamonds "Stability in Values" Self to achieve great dreams.
The biggest Karmic challenge for the 4 of Diamonds - is Overcoming of Self ("Stability in Values"). How can that be such a difficult task? That's why they call it Karma - what goes around comes around. The -karma FIVE of Spades "The Wanderer" is a hidden talent: Spades are Doers, representing accomplishment. Ailes attributes his success with FOX, as "built from my life experience."