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June NINETEENTH the Day of the SPARK
Sir Ahmed Salman Rushdie is a British Indian novelist and essayist. His second novel, Midnight's Children, won the Booker Prize in 1981. Much of his fiction is set on the Indian subcontinent. June 19, 1947 (age 68), Mumbai, India.
June NINETEENTH the Day of the SPARK: June 19 people bring out the best and the worst in others. Rarely are they met with apathy but elicit strong responses, even when they do not seem to be acting in a provocative fashion. Just their presence alone can be somewhat intimidating and therefore arouse antagonism, but their intense drive and fortitude may also inspire admiration.
ADVICE: Be a bit more contemplative. Avoid getting locked into one orientation or role. Stay in touch with the feelings of others, and remain open to compromise.
BORN ON THIS DAY: Aung San Suu Kyi, Kathleen Turner, Paula Abdul, Salman Rushdie, Lou Gehrig, Wallace Simpson, Blaise Pascal, Moe Howard, Guy Lombardo, Alan Cranston;
MEDITATION: Don't race a cheetah, don't box a kangaroo.
Source: The Secret Language of Birthdays Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.
Clubs - Mind - Communication – Intelligence,
Jack of Clubs - Mental Inspiration,
Karma for the Jack of Clubs - Fear of Established Wisdom.
The JACK of Clubs - The MENTALLY CREATIVE Card: Creative or dishonest? Which is which? As we can imagine, those who are the most creative can also be the most dishonest and vice versa. Here is a card of mental and financial creativity and these people are no lazy bones. Their brilliant minds are far ahead of the common person and society. They are the people of the Aquarian Age. As members of the royal family they dislike pettiness and tend to be somewhat impatient with the failings of others. They need respect and a position that allows their brilliant minds free reign to create and explore. They are never at a loss for ideas, some of which will bring them huge financial returns. On the negative side, the Jack of Clubs can be irresponsible and in some cases, dishonest. They can see things from so many levels that nothing is really "wrong" - it is just another way of looking at things. They don't get away with much in that regard though. Saturn's swift chastisement always reminds them of the boundaries that keep them balanced and fair in their dealings.
JACK of Clubs, are marriageable and many are happily married. They are considered sexually neutral – half man and half woman. The women especially will often have that "ambi-sexual” look about them. The men are generally boyish and good looking. And they have a reputation as being the best lovers in the deck. However, they do have a strange trait. Once a Jc man marries a woman, he produces an exhaustive list of "shoulds” and "should-nots” that he expects her to follow. Also, many Jc marry a Four of Diamonds (4d). When they meet a 4d, they meet the woman, or man, of their dreams.
Your Karma Cards are the: Jack of Diamonds - You owe something to this person and they reflect you in some way. Ten of Hearts - This person owes you and you are their mirror in some way.
JACK of Clubs BIRTHDAYS: January 29 (Aquarius), February 27 (Pisces), March 25 (Aries), April 23 (Aries-Taurus Cusp), May 21 (Taurus/Gemini), June19 ( Gemini), July 17 (Cancer), August 15 (Leo), September 13 (Virgo), October11 (Libra), November 9 (Scorpio), December 7 (Sagittarius);
FAMOUSJACK of ClubsPaula Julie Abdul is an American singer-songwriter, dancer, choreographer, actress and television personality. June 19, 1962 (age 53), San Fernando, CA.
FAMOUS JACK of Clubs: Oprah Winfrey, John Forsythe, Elizabeth Taylor, Rozanda Chilli Thomas, Sarah Jessica Parker, Aretha Franklin, Notorious B.I.G., Michael Moore, Mr. T, Fats Waller, Paula Abdul, Kathleen Turner, Salman Rushdie, David Hasselhoff, Camilla Parker Bowles, Ben Affleck;
Source: Robert Camp's Love Cards www.7thunders.com
JACK of Clubs; this is a card of memory and as a rule, the Jack of Clubs people have this gift in an extraordinary degree. The Jack of Clubs is often called the Card of the Future. It is used as one of the symbols of the androgynous state towards which the race is evolving. Many of the women of this card have masculine minds and masculine habits in life. They are seldom domestic, never clinging vines, and have little patience with pettiness or vanity. Negatively there is irresponsibility, idle curiosity, and escape into a multitude of unfortunate life experiences, far removed from the wisdom they have come to preach. For all Jack of Clubs, victory against the many obstacles in life will be found in their positive application of knowledge and their willingness to share it! http://www.metasymbology.com/
GEMINI-CANCER CUSP - The CUSP of MAGIC June 19-24: Those born during the magical cusp of the summer solstice quickly fall under the spell of enchantment. Romantic and inspirational, Gemini-Cancers often put their talents and energies in service of a higher purpose, be it family, religion, philosophy, arts or political or social causes. Because they can wholeheartedly throw themselves into devotional activities, those born on this cusp often appear as mild, even self-effacing. For many of these individuals, anonymity is a goal in any career they follow. There are also more aggressive Gemini-Cancers, however, who become assertive as they mature and have few problems letting the world know who they are.
Strengths: Affectionate, Seductive, Objective
Weaknesses: Isolated, Selfish, Demanding
GEMINI-CANCER CUSP NOTABLEMeryl Streepis an American actress. A three-time Academy Award winner, she is widely regarded as one of the greatest film actors of all time. June 22, 1949 (age 65), Summit, NJ.
GEMINI-CANCER CUSPNOTABLES: Meryl Streep, Wallis Simpson, Edward VIII, Aung San Suu Kyi (Burma peace advocate), Pascal,
ADVICE: Exercise your magical powers with care.
Source: The Secret Language of Relationships, Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.