July TWELFTH (3d) the Day of PERSUASIVE PRESENCE:
The Jack of Clubs Club
"Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you have imagined." - Henry David Thoreau
ADVICE: Learn to back-off; practice non-interference. Don't impose your ideas so forcefully. Always try to be sensitive to the needs and wishes of others;
Diamonds symbolize that which we value
3 of Diamonds: Uncertain Money Conditions
Challenge for the 3 of Diamonds: Dependence on Others
THREE of Diamonds: The UNDECIDED VALUES Card - The Three of Diamonds is considered one of the more difficult of the life paths of all the cards, especially when the Three of Diamonds is a woman. Indecision in values along with past life karma (Six of Hearts Karma Card) in relationships cause many challenges in the affectional life. A natural interest in metaphysics should be cultivated if they are to know more peace in their lives and overcome the many hurdles and temptations. They always know what is right and wrong, though sometimes they try to ignore what they know.
THREE of Diamonds BIRTHDAYS: January 24 (Aquarius), February 22 (Pisces), March 20 (Pisces), April 18 (Aries), May 16 (Taurus), June 14 (Gemini), July 12 (Cancer III), August 10 (Leo), September 8 (Virgo), October 6 (Libra), November 4 (Scorpio), December 2 (Sagittarius);
FAMOUS THREE of Diamonds: Richard Buckminster "Bucky" Fuller was an American architect, systems theorist, author, designer, inventor and futurist. Fuller published more than 30 books, coining or popularizing terms such as "Spaceship Earth", ephemeralization, and synergetic. Born: July 12, 1895, Milton, MA.
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/
CANCER III - The Week of the PERSUADER July 11-18: Cancer III people know how to convince others of their worth and get them to do their bidding. Powerful manipulators of their environment, Cancer III's often manifest great drive and determination. Even the shyest and most retiring Cancer III's nurse private ambitions; the more aggressive of those born in t week make little effort to conceal their desire to rise to the top of their profession. The underlying dynamic of their character, however, is that success, for them, is the best antidote for uncertainty. Yet they rarely fail to fall victim to blind ambition, preferring to invest in themselves than indulge in materialism or ego-tripping.
Strengths: ENTERPRISING - PERSUASIVE - OBSERVANT
Weaknesses: EXCESSIVE - MANIPULATIVE - INSECURE
Advice: Don't be too sure you know what is right for people. Work to keep your own house in order. Allow others to express themselves freely. Perhaps no one doubts your good intentions, so it may not be necessary to justify them. Be confident of your abilities at a deep level.
CANCER III NOTABLES: Bill Cosby, Nelson Mandela, Julius Caesar, Henry David Thoreau, Harrison Ford, James Cagney, Rembrandt, Georgio Armani, Steve Wozniak, Mary Baker Eddy, Buckminster Fuller, Cesar Chavez, Donald Sutherland, Ginger Rogers, Woody Guthrie, Yul Bryner, Oscar Hammerstein, Andrew Wyeth, Van Cliburn. Source: The Secret Language of Relationships Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.
January 24 (Aquarius I), February 22 (Aquarius-Pisces Cusp), March 20 (Pisces-Aries Cusp), April 18 (Aries III), May 16 (Taurus III), June 14 (Gemini III), July 12 (Cancer III), August 10 (Leo II), September 8 (Virgo II), October 6 (Libra II), November 4 (Scorpio II), December 2 (Sagittarius I)
July TWELFTH the Day of PERSUASIVE PRESENCE: gets the odd duck award or as the Psychiatrist / Enlightened School counselor puts it, "you have great potential, as long as you are comfortable being different." As Olney Richmond (Father of the Cards) puts it Odd numbered cards are successful on the Spiritual plain. Even numbers make it best on the Mundane level.
July 12 with a FIVE of Clubs "The Quest for Truth" Ego, is for sure Spirit bound. Henry David Thoreau, went all the way, while Bill Cosby, failed to heed Mundane warning for every 3 of Diamonds: "As long as they do not get romantically involved with someone they work with, there is nothing to worry about."
July 12's CANCER III Birth sign places them Lower Right Brained-Feeling-Limbic-Develop Quadrant. This is the home of the innovators, Shakespeare, philosophers, Lao Tsu and if anybody can get in touch with the Spiritual World they can.
July 12 people may have their head in the Spirit world but on the earthly plain they express themselves through their creativity in the arts & Sciences. I think that takes care of everybody - Willis E. Lamb (US Nobel Prize-winning physicist), Oscar Hammerstein II, Andrew Wyeth, Van Cliburn, Milton Berle; Richard Simmons, - save Julius Caesar, but who am I to leave him out, "et tu Caesar."
George Washington Carver, doesn't have a birth day, month or year I had him down as a May 24 EIGHT of Clubs "The Mental Power Card." Upon further Astro-Psychometric reflection I think George belongs with the creatively pragmatic industrial inventors like Buckminster Fuller, Josiah Wedgewood, and George Eastman.
Carver never married, allegedly he was castrated by a physician at age 11 at the request of his white master. If it is true that he was castrated before puberty, it would explain his high voice. 3 of Diamonds males are noted as public speakers and Carter was a famed national speaker in spite of his squeaky voice.