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December FOURTEENTH the Day of the SELECTIVE EXHIBITIONIST
General/Doctor James Harold "Jimmy" Doolittle USAFwas a pioneering pilot, aeronautical engineer, combat leader and military strategist whose career stretched from World War I to the height of the Cold War. He is most famous for leading a daring bombing raid over Tokyo in 1942, the first American attack on the Japanese mainland. Doolittle’s 16 planes dropped their bombs and then, lacking fuel to return to their carrier, flew on to crash-land in China and the Soviet Union. December 14, 1896, Alameda, CA
December FOURTEENTH the Day of the SELECTIVE EXHIBITIONIST: December 14 people often impress others as exhibitionists, but in fact those born on this day are highly selective about when, how and under what circumstances they allow themselves or their work to be viewed. Indeed, although they are not infrequently public individuals who are very much in the limelight, they inhabit their own private world into which very few ever gain admittance. It is as if they live in a house doing the most astonishing things but only open the blinds when it suits them to do so. Thus, most often they only let people view what they are doing, less often what they are thinking and hardly at all who they really are. Actually, seeming to reveal a great deal can be the best way to conceal what is most private.
STRENGTHS: Original, Provocative, Daring
WEAKNESSES: Excessive, Moody, Isolated
ADVICE: Sometimes make your point quickly. Carefully consider what you do and say. Learn to be temperate and cultivate your philosophical side. Choose the middle way.
BORN ON THIS DAY: Margaret Chase Smith, James Doolittle, Spike Jones, Clark Terry, Don Hewitt, Patty Duke, Lee Remick, Nostradamus, Dilma Rousseff;
MEDITATION: With little fuss, a great deal of work can be accomplished.
Source: The Secret Language of Birthdays, Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.
Clubs - Mind - Communication – Intelligence
4 of Clubs - Concentrated Mental Work
Karma for the 4 of Clubs - Diffusion
FOUR of Clubs: The Card of MENTAL SATISFACTION: Though this is a card of stability, their Five of Clubs Karma Card also indicates a hidden restlessness that can manifest in several ways. These people are progressive and can utilize this to create new ideas in their chosen line of work, rather than let the restlessness keep them from achieving any success. These people know what they know and are not likely to change their minds on your behalf unless they see the value of change for themselves. "Stubborn" may describe it better in many cases. They are fond of argument, since they usually win, and usually do well in legal matters. They have a good constitution and are not afraid of hard work. This is a successful card. They are good at sales work and enjoy talking about what they believe in. They are popular and do well in groups. As long as they don't let their love of debate get out of hand, they will keep a fine reputation in their work. They also want a successful love life and this is their major life challenge.
Your Karma Cards are the: Five of Clubs - You owe something to this person and they reflect you in some way. Six of Hearts - This person owes you and you are their mirror in some way.
FOUR of Clubs BIRTHDAYS: April 30 (Taurus) May 28 (Gemini) June 26 (Cancer) July 24 (Leo) August 22 (Leo-Virgo) September 20 (Virgo) October 18 (Libra) November 16 (Scorpio) December 14 (Sagittarius);
FAMOUSFOUR of Clubs Michel de Nostredame, usually Latinized as Nostradamus,
was a French apothecary and reputed seer who published collections of
prophecies that have since become famous worldwide. December 14, 1503, Saint-Remy-de-Provence,
FAMOUS FOUR of Clubs:Kirsten Dunst, Michael Waltrip, Ian Fleming, Rudolph Giuliani, Pearl S. Buck, Greg LeMond, Jennifer Lopez, Amelia Earhart, Nostradamus, Ray Bradbury, Dorothy Parker;
Source: Robert Camp's Love Cards: http://www.sevenreflections.com/cards-of-destiny/cards/four-of-clubs/
Known as "the debaters’” card, Four of Clubs people have intense, ever-active minds. Mind you, a good education is key for those born under this card. Otherwise, they run the risk of "talking much, but saying little”! Four of Clubs have an issue with fear when it comes to money, and they are known to drive a hard bargain. Work is healing for them, especially when it involves large, male dominated organizations, and their health is never much of a problem. The 4 of Clubs likes to look good. They have unique and unusual emotional interests, often attracting dubious or manipulative people into their lives. Emotionally they are quite insensitive. However, they have a natural ease about them when involved with large groups of people, and they make for great travelling companions!
SAGITTARIUS III: The Week of the TITAN - December 11-18: Born in the Week of the Titan, SAGITTARIUS III's think on a grand scale. Their minds are usually geared to big projects, whether planning a family get-together or mapping out a business strategy. Disliking pettiness in all forms, they see the total picture first, and generally avoid getting hung up in the details. SAGITTARIUS III's are big-hearted, and give shamelessly, but are realistic enough to expect something in return.
SAGITTARIUS III NOTABLEDilma Vana Rousseffis a Brazilian economist and politician currently serving
as the 36th President of Brazil. She is the first woman to hold the office. December
14, 1947 (age 67), Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil.
SAGITTARIUS III NOTABLES: Alexander Solzhenitsyn, Dilma Rousseff, Steven Spielberg, Beethoven, Liv Ulmann, J. Paul Getty.
ADVICE: Learn to enjoy the little things, the simple pleasures of life. Try to be more understanding of others. Apply your ethical standards to yourself and concentrate more of your energies on personal growth. Find a way to blend in when necessary and avoid ruffling feathers.
Source: The Secret Language of Relationships, Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.