The November 30th INDECISION in LOVE Card
The Jack of Clubs Club
"Sacred cows make the tastiest hamburger." - Abbie Hoffman
Emotions - Relationships – Love
Uncertainty in Personal Relations
They are quite psychic, hard workers and have success whenever they apply themselves. They need a certain amount of change or travel in their vocation to be happy. They are very charming and attractive people and have no trouble attracting others to love. The challenge comes once they find someone. They are here to learn to make decisions about love and money and to learn the value of higher knowledge. Once they do, they find great fulfillment in giving love and truth.
THREE of Hearts BIRTHDAYS: November 30 (Sagittarius), and December 28 (Capricorn);
FAMOUS THREE of Hearts: Samuel Langhorne Clemens, better known by his pen name Mark Twain, was an American author and humorist. He wrote The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and its sequel, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, the latter often called "The Great American Novel". November 30, 1835, Florida, MO.
FAMOUS THREE of Hearts: Kaley Cucoco, Elisha Cuthbert, Ben Stiller, Jonathan Swift (Gulliver's Travels), Billy Idol, David Mamet, Dick Clark, Winston Churchill, Mark Twain, Shirley Chisholm, Denzel Washington, Edgar Winter, Maggie Smith, Johnny Otis, Woodrow Wilson, John Legend;
THREE of Hearts (Cups) in Tarot
Three of Hearts are usually charming and attractive people. They are welcome wherever they go and they make perfect hosts. During their younger years, the 3 of Hearts are influenced by intelligent, strong or domineering women. In their later years, they are known to form valuable friendships with women of spiritual insight or artistic qualities. The Three of Hearts are always intelligent and well informed, but when it comes to relationships and the emotional life of the Three of Hearts, their inherent uncertainty and restlessness gives them a run for their money.
SAGITTARIUS November 23 - December 21
SAGITTARIUS Dick Clark
SAGITTARIUS I NOTABLE: Richard Augustus Wagstaff Clark, Jr. November 30, 1929 Mount Vernon, NY, Dick Clark was married three times in his life. This is a photo of him with his first wife Barbara and his son Richard, then 3 1/2, at their home outside Philadelphia, Pa., July 26, 1960. They divorced in 1961 and he married his second wife the following year. They too divorced. He was married to his third wife, Kari, at the time of his death. (AP Photo)
Self "Uncertainty in Personal Relations"
THREE of Hearts (Cups) Connections