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  “Isn't hate merely the result of wounded love?” - Amy Tan (Joy Luck Club)


February 19th  BIRTHDAYS: Nicholas Copernicus, Eddie Arcaro (on Citation), Amy Tan (Joy Luck Club), Smokey Robinson, Lee Marvin, Margaux Hemingway, Stan Kenton, Merle Oberon, Justine Bateman;  


Diamonds - Values - Security – Dharma

6 of Diamonds - Completion of Obligations

SIX  of Diamonds - FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY Card: The number six implies responsibility and karma. The suit of Diamonds relates to finances. (6d) people are keenly aware of financial debts and their repayment. This peculiar trait often manifests as a sort of paranoia about having outstanding debts. For example, a (6d) might pay their phone and utility bill ahead of time, just so they won't have to think about what they might owe in the future. Relationships: Underneath the tough exterior of the (6d) lies a person who is having a difficult time meeting their needs for affection. There are often deep fears of abandonment that underlie much of what they do in their personal relationships. Until those fears are dealt with directly, they can have a hard time understanding the repeated failures that make up their love life. There is protection in work and action. On a deeper level, the Six of Diamonds is here to settle karmic debts from past lives. Finances can go from one extreme to the other in this process. If they accept what they inwardly know, they will always be happy whatever the circumstances in their life. If they have discovered their special mission in life, they will not worry about how much money they have. These people make great teachers. They are givers and can be entrusted with great responsibility. What they have to give is a clear knowledge of values and discrimination.
Your Karma Cards are the: nine of clubs Nine of Clubs - You owe something to this person and they reflect you in some way. three of spades Three of Spades - This person owes you and you are their mirror in some way.
SIX  of Diamonds BIRTHDAYS: January 21 (Cancer-Aquarius), February 19 (Aquarius/Pisces), March 17 (Pisces), April 15 (Aries), May 13 (Taurus), June 11 (Gemini), July 9 (Cancer), August 7 (Leo), September 5 (Virgo), October 3 (Libra), November 1 (Scorpio);

FAMOUS SIX  of Diamonds: Lee Marvin was an American film and television actor. Known for his distinctive voice and prematurely white hair, Marvin initially appeared in supporting roles, mostly villains, soldiers, and other hard-boiled characters. February 19, 1924, New York City, NY.


FAMOUS SIX  of Diamonds: Baby Spice, Geena Davis, Seal, Marquex Hemingway, Jeff Daniels, Kurt Russell, Rudolf Nureyev, Leonardo da Vinci, Stevie Wonder, Shia LaBeouf, Jacques Cousteau, Courtney Love, O.J. Simpson, Charlize Theron, David Duchovny, Rose McGowan, Smokie Robinson, Jesse James, Ashlee Simpson;  Source: Robert Camp's Love Cards 


six of diamondsSIX of Diamonds symbolizes the need for understanding VALUE. A very successful and satisfactory life can be built for the Six of Diamonds when money is not made the sole objective. The acquisition of knowledge is not easy for the Six of Diamonds; there are obstacles and frustrations for them. There may be difficulty in acquiring an education in early life -- or there may be unwillingness to bother with it on their own part. Money, however, is vital to the people born under this card. Often times they want to begin earning it even before they know where, or how! The women of this Card should strive not to depend on their personalities for success, and the men not seek a wealthy marriage to promote their own objectives. For both men and woman Six of Diamonds, finances tend to go to extremes and remain in one state for a long time -- either way up, or way down.

AQUARIUS/PISCES  Justine Bateman

Astro-Psychometric Quadrants



    Self                                                        Ego

The February 19th SIX  of Diamonds "Financial Responsibility" of the eleven SIX  of Diamonds months earns their Ego card, the ACE  of Diamonds "Desire for Love & Money." The -karma NINE  of Clubs "The Universal Knowledge Card" indicates they know what they are talking about or in the case of Copernicus, writing about. Lastly, the +karma  THREE  of Spades "The Artist Card," like all Spade Cards, takes action in whatever form they choose. So, Copernicus, a man of God & Church, held his powder until his deathbed before publishing his book which kicked off the Scientific Revolution.

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