February TWENTY-SECOND (3d) the Day of UNIVERSALITY:
The Jack of Clubs Club
"A Scout smiles and whistles under all circumstances." - Robert Baden-Powell
ADVICE: Don't be so demanding of yourself and others. Allow for mistakes, they cannot always be avoided. Be very conscious of your responsibilities to those who entrust themselves to you. Show more interest in yourself as a person, too.
MEDITATION: In some obscure corners of the world, the ideal and the real have consummated a secret marriage.
Diamonds symbolize that which we value
3 of Diamonds: Uncertain Money Conditions
THREE of Diamonds BIRTHDAYS: January 24 (Aquarius), February 22 (Aquarius-Pisces Cusp), March 20 (Pisces), April 18 (Aries), May 16 (Taurus), June 14 (Gemini), July 12 (Cancer), August 10 (Leo), September 8 (Virgo), October 6 (Libra), November 4 (Scorpio), December 2 (Sagittarius);
FAMOUS THREE of Diamonds: Andreas Nikolaus "Niki" Lauda is an Austrian former Formula One driver and a three-time F1 World Drivers' Champion, winning in 1975, 1977 and 1984. February 22, 1949 (age 68), Vienna, Austria.
THREE of Diamonds (Coins, Pentacles) in Tarot
THREE of Diamonds: Bright, personable, optimistic and fun. These are the positive attributes of the Three of Diamonds. Unfortunately, the overwhelming urge for self-protection in material interests can throw these people back on the stark uncertainty, and insecurity of the number 3. During late teens and early twenties, 3 of Diamonds people may become victims of unreliable friends or associates. If they have beauty, material security or other advantages, they can be subject to jealousy and gossip. Early marriage is usually filled with such serious obstacles and troubles, it's better for the 3 of Diamonds to wait until late 20's before tying the knot. http://www.metasymbology.com/
AQUARIUS-PISCES CUSP - The Cusp of Sensitivity February 16-22: Those born on the Cusp of Sensitivity are often success-oriented individuals who give top priority to their career. They are usually fighters, an attitude sometimes based on underlying insecurity and the need to prove themselves. A chip-on-the-shoulder attitude in many Aquarius-Pisces makes them aggressive toward others and belligerent when attacked. A great personal challenge for Aquarius-Pisces, then, is to rediscover and acknowledge their inner makeup and to break down some of the barriers they have built up. The tough, even aggressive exterior of many born on the Aquarius-Pisces Cusp belies the sensitive personality inside. Extremely vulnerable as children, Aquarius-Pisces react to criticism or abuse from others by building a wall around themselves. Carried with them into adulthood, this armor may give the impression of an inner self far different from the reality.
Strengths: Success-Oriented, Concerned, Caring
Weaknesses: Insecure, Pessimistic Isolated
ADVICE: Don't give up on the world or retreat behind fences. If necessary tear obstructions down to rediscover your sensitive self. Learning to trust may mean ceasing to fear. Without denying your need to explore the depths and the heights, take the middle road more often.
AQUARIUS-PISCES CUSP NOTABLES: Michael Jordan, Charles Barkley, Toni Morrison,Yoko Ono, Ansel Adams, Frederic Chopin, Sidney Potier, John Travolta, Julius Irving, Sonny Bono, John McEnroe, Edward Kennedy, Barbara Jordan, Marian Anderson. Source: The Secret Language of Relationships Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.
What separates the February 22 THREE of Diamonds "Financial Creativity" from the the other 11 months of THREE Diamonds? 1) They are an Aquarius-Pisces Cusp birthday, they seek solutions that best serve their group and society in general. 2) Their Ego NINE of Spades "The Universal Life Card" forces them to take action, to bring their thoughts to fruition. 3) The +karma QUEEN of Diamonds "The Philanthropist Card" puts them on a do good for others mission. 4) their -karma the SIX of Hearts "The Peace-Maker Card" reinforces all this 'goodie two shoes,' stuff. All twelve, THREE of Diamonds have a karmic fear of Dependence on Others i.e. "I can of mine own self do nothing" - John 5:22.
Of the February 12 'Oscar' nominees George Washington 'turned down the King job, Frederic Chopin 'leading symbol of the Romantic era in the public consciousness, Steve Irwin, 'The Crocodile Hunter" conservationist', Edna St. Vincent Millay, political activist poet, Edward "Ted" Kennedy boo-hiss, Robert Baden-Powell (Boy Scouts founder), Charles O. Finley, definitely the most financially creative, Sparky Anderson, as a native Cincinnatian, what can I say?