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October TWENTY-SEVENTH The Day of IMPULSE
Roy Fox Lichtensteinwas an Americanpop artist.During the 1960s, along withAndy Warhol, Jasper Johns, andJames Rosenquist among others, he became a leading figure in the new art movement. His work defined the basic premise of pop art throughparody. Favoring thecomic strip as his main inspiration, Lichtenstein produced hard-edged, precise compositions that documented while it parodied often in atongue-in-cheek humorous manner. His work was heavily influenced by both popular advertising and the comic book style. He describedpop art as "not 'American' painting but actually industrial painting". October 27, 1923 Manhattan, NY
October TWENTY-SEVENTH The Day of IMPULSE: The forceful individuals born on October 27 have dynamic and impulsive characters. Their fiery feelings can be expressed within a wide emotional range, from the sunny good will of a fun-loving spirit to the brooding intensity of a dark passion. Not surprisingly, those born on this day are capable of great mood swings. It is extremely important that they learn to direct their emotional nature, for if allowed to turn negative it can cause great destruction, most often to their own life and work.
ADVICE: Treat people with kindness and consideration, as ends in themselves. Listen carefully to what they tell you. Find a way to direct your energies constructively when you are not working.
Notables: Theodore Roosevelt, Nicolo Paganini (Italian Romantic violinist), Dylan Thomas, Ruby Dee (stage, TV actress), Roy Lichtenstein (pop artist), John Clees, H.R.Haldeman, Nanette Fabray, Sylvia Plath (poetess, writer, The Bell Jar, suicide at age thirty).
MEDITATION: The human spirit knows no bounds.
Source: The Secret Language of Birthdays, Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.
Hearts - Emotions - Relationships – Love;
8 of Hearts - Power in Love;
Karma for the 8 of Hearts - Abuse of Power
The EIGHT of Hearts - The Card of EMOTIONAL POWER and CHARM: success with people, especially the opposite sex: The Eight of Hearts has "power in love" and all eights have to exercise discrimination and responsibility in its use. Both karma cards of the Eight of Hearts are sevens. This tells us that they will see almost immediate results when they misuse their power with others. With wisdom and spiritual awareness they can rise to great heights in sharing their love and healing power with others. Operating out of their fear, we find those who are the dominators of those they love and seek to manipulate others through guilt and withholding of affection and acknowledgment. These people have high ideals about love and relationships, sometimes these ideals are too high to ever be met. They have great minds, make excellent teachers or they can excel in any occupation where a good mind will make a difference. They have to work hard for the money they make, but it can be made and they need not worry about it. With all the power at their command, there is little they cannot do, as long as it is not motivated by fear.
Your Karma Cards are the: Seven of Spades - You owe something to this person and they reflect you in some way.
Seven of Hearts - This person owes you and you are their mirror in some way.
EIGHT of Hearts BIRTHDAYS: August 31 (Virgo) September 29 (Libra) October 27 (Scorpio) November 25 (Scorpio) December 23 (Capricorn);
FAMOUSEIGHT of Hearts John Marwood Cleeseis an English actor, comedian, writer and film producer.
He achieved success at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and as a scriptwriter and
performer on The Frost Report. October 27, 1939 (age 75), Weston-super-Mare,
FAMOUS EIGHT of Hearts: Richard Gere, Itzhak Perlman, Eldridge Cleaver, Madeline Kahn, Jerry Lee Lewis, Anita Ekberg, Kelly Osbourne, John Cleese, Emily Post, Theodore Roosevelt, Christina Applegate, John F. Kennedy, Jr., Barbara and Jenna Bush;
Source: Robert Camp's Love Cards www.7thunders.com
EIGHT of Hearts: While all 8's feel the need to control and dominate, it's in areas of love and relationships that the Eights of Heart find their power. But this need for power and control can also bring out their worst. Unless the 8 of Heart manages to find their true one and only, they have a bad habit of racing through many loves, leaving a trail of broken hearts in their wake. The 8 of Hearts often find themselves having to work really hard for their money but they have the protection of Saturn and there will always be enough security to get by. Then there are those 8 of Hearts who apply themselves to big business and end up being wildly successful in large organizations. To make the best of their life pattern, the 8 of Hearts needs to be in the driver’s seat. And they need to be careful not to bully others with their intense emotional power and realize when they are loved. http://www.metasymbology.com/
SCORPIO I - The Week of INTENSITY October 26 - November 2: Scorpio I's are demanding personalities, who have few equals in attention to detail and applying their powers of concentration to the task at hand. Those born in the Week of Intensity are extremely discriminating, possibly to the point of being judgmental. Particularly in matters of fairness and ethics, they are likely to evaluate people more for their motives than for their actions and sternly pass sentence on those they see as transgressing the bounds of morality. They can be equally strict themselves, however, and are highly prone to guilt over wayward thoughts and deeds. Thus their conscience is always powerfully at work. Getting the job done is important to them, but the way in which it is done has top priority. Even the mildest of those born in this week have more than a touch of the performer in them. Their virtuoso energies are often the outward manifestation of a needy side - a craving for approval and affection from their families and friends.
Strengths: TRUTHFUL - DISCERNING - SINGLE-MINDED
Weaknesses: HURTFUL - STERN - SELF-DESTRUCTIVE
SCORPIO INotableTheodore "T.R." Roosevelt, Jr. was an American politician, author, naturalist, soldier, explorer, and historian who served as the 26th President of the United States. October 27, 1858, Manhattan, NYC, NY
SCORPIO I Notables: Bill Gates, Dylan Thomas, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Erasmus, Francois Mitterrand, Christopher Columbus, Teddy Roosevelt, Daniel Boone, Francis Bacon, Marie Antionette.
ADVICE: Supply the same constancy you expect from others, but also be less hard on yourself when it comes to mistakes. If at all possible, try to both forgive and forget. Leave excess baggage behind - the injuries of the past can be to heavy for anyone to bear, even you.
Source: The Secret Language of Relationships, Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.