The October 19th 'WRITER'S Card'

The Jack of Clubs Club

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  "I never know what I'm going to put on the canvas. The canvas paints itself. I'm just the middleman." - Peter Max


Evander Holyfield is an American former professional boxer. He held the undisputed world championship in both the cruiser-weight and heavyweight divisions, earning him the nickname "The Real Deal”. October 19, 1962 (age 53), Altmore, AL. 



October 19th  BIRTHDAYS: Auguste Lumiere (French chemist, movie camera projector inventor), Grover Norquist, Sir Thomas Browne (British physician, philosopher), John Le Carre (spy novelist Tinker, Tailor, Soldier Spy), Evander Holyfield (world heavyweight boxing champion), Cassius Marcellus Clay, Jack Anderson (syndicated newspaper columnist), Louis Mumford (city planer, writer, The City in History), Lee Harvey Oswald, Robert Reed, Floyd Mayweather Sr., Patricia Ireland (social activist, president National Organization of Women NOW), Peter Max (commercial artist), Steve Doocy, King Mongkut (Siamese king had sixty-seven children, glamorized in Anna and the King of Siam), Jim Rogers;




Meaning of the Three of Clubs: Uncertainty in Beliefs, 

The THREE  of Clubs the 'WRITER'S Card': The creativity in this card can manifest in many ways. On the high side, these people can be highly successful writers, teachers or performers. On the low side, they can worry, become indecisive and spend their time on frivolous activities. Even among the most successful (3c) we find worry and indecision as more-or-less constant themes in their life. Success in life always depends upon the individual and how they use their God given gifts and abilities. (3c) are gifted but their fear of poverty may entice them into using their creativity in questionable ways. If this happens, they seldom get away with it. They make great salespeople and propagandists, but they are ineffective until they decide upon one philosophy and stand behind it. This is one of the strongest business cards.
Their king of diamonds KING of Diamonds 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.
The five of diamonds FIVE of Diamonds first Karma Card, however, causes them to choose occupations where their freedom is not hampered too much. Thus, they will often choose to work for themselves or to freelance. Their natural gifts are creative and many become prominent authors, speakers or producers in the entertainment industry. KING of Diamonds owes you a karmic debt and they mirror you in some way. They are sure to have some emotional losses - relationships that they think should last forever but don't many of which are destined and karmic in nature. If they see them as 'completions' and graduations to a higher level, they can avoid disappointment. Their love has the potential to be realized on a more universal level. If they utilize their inheritance of spiritual knowledge, much success can be realized. They are here to be transformers of energy - worry into creativity and fear into faith. In this manner they serve as powerful examples for us all.

THREE  of Clubs BIRTHDAYS: May 29 (Gemini), June 27 (Cancer), July 25 (Leo), August 23 (Leo-Virgo), September 21 (Virgo), October 19 (Libra-Scorpio Cusp), November 17 (Scorpio), December 15 (Sagittarius);




FAMOUS THREE  of ClubsStephen Edwin King is an American author of horror, supernatural fiction, suspense, science fiction, and fantasy. September 21, 1947 (age 69), Portland, ME.




THREE  of Clubs (Wands, Staves, Batons) in Tarot

three of clubs THREE of Clubs people are incredibly bright, creative and magnetic. And thank goodness because on the flip side, the 3 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.



LIBRA-SCORPIO CUSP   Auguste Lumiere




Astro-Psychometric Quadrants 





  Self                                                            Ego


October NINETEENTH  the WRITER'S Card 'thinks they are the "Giver of Love," because they chose the NINE  of Hearts (don't let Hillary tarnish your image of the 9  of Hearts personality) as their Ego.. They Lovingly Project the Creativity of their Self, their Soul, their Who They Truly Are intending to benefit all mankind.

Here, John Le Carre, issues his 2003 advisory.


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