September SEVENTEENTH (7c) the Day of PERSEVERANCE:
The Jack of Clubs Club
Whether creative or not, September 17 people are known for their perseverance in achieving goals. Although it may take them many years (they seem to like it that way), they are not only capable of building a career and attaining stature, but also managing to stay on top for some time. Those born on this day are heavies, difficult to get around and even more difficult to suppress. Once their course is set for an objective, no matter how high or humble, they are virtually unstoppable. Although they can be very enthusiastic, for the most part a high seriousness and commitment colors practically everything.
STRENGTHS: Persistent, Tenacious, Undaunted
WEAKNESSES: Conservative, Fixed, Heavy
ADVICE: Judging others may be your worst habit; try to be more accepting. Make time for fun; goofiness and silliness are nothing to be afraid of. Get out of the way and let others come through.
BORN ON THIS DAY: Hank Williams, Warren Burger, Narendra Modi, Sam Ervin, Ann Bancroft, George Blanda, Ken Kesey, Phil Jackson, David Souter, John Ritter with his father Tex Ritter, Stirling Moss, Roddy McDowall, Orlando Cepeda; Source: The Secret Language of Birthdays Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.
MEDITATION: The hand is the map - the heart is the guide.
Clubs - Mind - Communication – Intelligence
7 of Clubs - Inspired Knowledge
Your Karma Cards are the: EIGHT of Diamonds - You owe something to this person and they reflect you in some way. JACK of Spades - This person owes you and you are their mirror in some way.
SEVEN of Clubs BIRTHDAYS: March 29 (Aries), April 27 (Taurus), May 25 (Gemini), June 23 (Cancer), July 21 (Cancer/Leo), August 19 (Leo), September 17 (Virgo III), October 15 (Libra), November 13 (Scorpio), December 11 (Sagittarius);
SEVEN of Clubs: All 7 of Clubs want proof before they are willing to extend their beliefs in anything. When this is not forthcoming, they are quick to lose interest and find a new buffet on which to feast. There is often scandal and back biting connected with this card. Trouble in their work usually comes through labor disputes or unreliable employees. The result causes stress related health issues. 7 of Clubs people can always make money (their chief worry in life!), but it's only when they are able to fully employ the use of their fine minds that they find peace in this lifetime. Some people call this the card of the genius - but they must learn to stay away from frivolous associates, psychic experiments, gambling, and drink. Most do, but their natural inclination toward get-rich-quick schemes always seems to set them back. Those Seven of Clubs who are "right side up" are those who have been able to provide themselves with a fine educational foundation. They have learned to develop their intuition and have crowned their lives with achievement and success. http://www.metasymbology.com/
VIRGO III - The Week of the LITERALIST September 11-18: The willful individuals born in the week of VIRGO III generally persist until they get their way. Yet long periods may go by in which they refuse to take any sudden action. Their goals are so tangible to them, so real, that they may express their confidence in the final outcome through a kind of procrastination. VIRGO III's know that a strong mental orientation can often have a decisive influence on the events unfolding around them.
Strengths: COMPOSED - NURTURING - CAPABLE
Weaknesses: SENSATIONALISTIC - JUDGMENTAL - RUTHLESS
Advice: Try to be more sympathetic to the feelings of others. Not everyone is as strong-willed and directed as you. Don't get bottled up in your head; cultivating a love of food, sleep and sensuous activities is essential to the grounding of your energies. Do not hide behind or rely too heavily on those who would serve you.
VIRGO III NOTABLES: Paula Jones & Bill Clinton are both SEVEN of Clubs, H.L. Mencken, Greta Garbo, D.H. Lawrence, Agatha Christie, Lauren Bacall, O. Henry, Tommy Lee Jones, Jesse Owens, Henry V, B.B. King, Tom Landry. Source: The Secret Language of Relationships Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.