November NINETEENTH (Ac) the Day of the REFORMER:
The Jack of Clubs Club
“Few romances can ever surpass that of the granite citadel on top of the beetling precipices of Machu Picchu, the crown of Inca Land.” - Hiram Bingham
Filled with a revolutionary spirit, those born on November 19 generally build from a starting point of change. It is not enough, however, for them to simply rebel. Reformers, they must carefully craft something new to take the place of the old, and furthermore administer to it. Thus they are an interesting blend of radical and conservative, anarchy and establishment. Themes of control or even repression can figure prominently in their lives whether they be rebelling against such forces or themselves exercising them.
ADVICE: Learn the value of silence. Still your rebelliousness. Prepare yourself carefully for life's challenges and rein in your impulsiveness. Don't place yourself above the laws of God or mankind.
Meaning of the Ace of Clubs - Desire for Knowledge
The ACE of Clubs - The DESIRE for KNOWLEDGE and LOVE: Karma Card, is the main influence for this card. Combine these and you have a person who is a student of love as much as one who would truly like to find their ideal mate. This card has been known for promiscuity, but this is only true until they find the person of their dreams. They would rather be with anyone than be alone, but they will not give themselves fully until the right person comes along. Like all Aces, they are impatient and restless. Their curiosity leads them to be avid students. This same curiosity usually keeps them youthful, even into the last years of their life. They are always interested in new things, ideas and topics of discussion.
This is one of the four special cards we call the Semi-Fixed Cards. The (Ac) has a unique connection with the TWO of Hearts, its Karmic Soul Twin, which only two other cards in the deck share (the (7d) and the (9h). Though you see seven Karma Cards listed,
only the is close to them.
ACE of Clubs: Positively, the Ace of Clubs represents an eager search for knowledge. Negatively, this card represents prying curiosity. The prime motivating force for this card is an insatiable thirst for knowledge, combined with a desire for a deep and lasting union with someone who is emotionally compatible. Hence, the Ace of Clubs is always looking for his or her "soul mate", believing that true marriages are made in heaven. The Ace of Clubs is one of the "swing cards"; each and every year it trades places with the 2 of Hearts, a card that symbolizes the union of love. This interesting place in the cards gives the Ace of Clubs conflicting results in matters of the heart. Once a relationship develops, they feel as though their quest for knowledge or learning has been stymied. When they once again apply themselves to their ever eager quest for knowledge, they lose the love they so desired! Balance is the key. Balancing expectations of true love, and learning to share in personal mental pursuits. http://www.metasymbology.com/
SCORPIO-SAGITTARIUS CUSP - The Cusp of Revolution November 19 - 24: Not all revolutionaries are wide-eyed, bomb-throwing idealists; within the souls of many fights for human rights lurk secret autocrats, who, once in power, may themselves be toppled by a further revolution. The revolt that engages those born on the Scorpio-Sagittarius cusp is often the fight against sloppiness, bad taste, ineffectualness, stupidity and old-fashioned, outworn attitudes. They are capable of exploding old myths, true, but they are equally capable of reviving and preserving myths that they view to be useful. Thus those born on this cusp can also be secret traditionalists at heart.
Strengths: ECSTATIC - LOYAL - GUTSY
Weaknesses: AUTOCRATIC - DERISIVE - WILD
ADVICE: Follow your vision of life but don't lose touch with where others are. Keep your intentions honest and your motives pure.Develop the objectivity to stand back and observe yourself living. Try to be forgiving and less possessive.
SCORPIO-SAGITTARIUS CUSP NOTABLES: Robert Kennedy, Billy The Kid, Ted Turner, Jodie Foster, Boris Becker, Charles DeGaulle, Voltaire, Goldie Hawn, Bilie Jean King, Toulouse-Lautrec, Harpo Marx, Boris Karloff, Source: The Secret Language of Relationships Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.
Self Ego 1 Ego 2
November NINETEENTH the Day of the REFORMER: is a swat team of Reformers, sent out by the judge, the Self, the ACE of Clubs "Search for Knowledge." November 19's Chief Investigator is their Ego 1, the FIVE of Clubs "Quest for Truth." The papers are served by Ego 2, the FIVE of Spades "The Wanderer," the D-Type take action member of the Triumvirate.