Jane Austen was an English novelist whose works of romantic fiction, set among the landed gentry, earned her a place as one of the most widely read writers in English literature. December 16, 1775, Steventon, UK.
December SIXTEENTH the Day of SOARING IMAGINATION: Those born on December 16 are among the most imaginative people in the year. This is not to understate their physical side, however, which is highly developed and stakes out its claims on their personality as well. As a matter of fact, one of the major themes in the lives of December 16 people concerns transcending physical limitations of the body and reaching for the stars. Often those born on this day feel guided or even instructed by a higher power in whose service they find themselves. This power may be social, religious or universal in nature, but ultimately liberating for them. Through this association they are freed from their earthbound problems at least for a time.
STRENGTHS: Visionary, Imaginative, Guided
WEAKNESSES: Impractical, Out-of-Touch, Troubled
ADVICE: Keep yourself grounded. Work through your physical problems. Attend regularly to matters of everyday life. Be sensitive to the feelings of others.
BORN ON THIS DAY: Ludwig van Beethoven, Jane Austen, Margaret Mead, Noel Coward, Liv Ullman, Lesley Stahl, Brett Weston (photographer), Wassily Kandinsky;
MEDITATION: The storms of life eventually blow over.
Source: The Secret Language of Birthdays, Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.
Meaning of the 2 of Clubs: Sharing of Ideas
Karmic Challenge - Fear of Cooperation
TWO of Clubs: The Card of CONVERSATION: Among the people of this card you will note a wide variety. Many are fearful of everything, especially being alone, and will do everything in their power to make sure they are surrounded by people who admire them. All are sociable and enjoy good stimulating conversations. Then there are those who are reclusive and appear to need no one. In truth, they are just as afraid and always have one special person that they attach themselves to. The Ace of Spades Karma Card can mean an inner fear of death or change and this explains much of their behavior. However, these people are well endowed with many natural abilities and gifts. They can be exceptional in business and with people, preferring to work in partnership rather than alone. There is much protection surrounding this card and they all have much to be grateful for. If they simply recognize the abundance in their lives, they will help to dispel their underlying fear that can do so much damage.
Your Karma Cards are the: Ace of Spades - You owe something to this person and they reflect you in some way. King of Hearts - This person owes you and you are their mirror in some way.
TWO of Clubs BIRTHDAYS: May 30 (Gemini), June 28 (Cancer), July 26 (Leo), August 24 (Virgo), September 22 (Virgo), October 20 (Libra), November 18 (Scorpio), December 16 (Sagittarius);
FAMOUS TWO of Clubs Ludwig van Beethoven was a German composer and pianist. A crucial figure in the transition between the Classical and Romantic eras in Western art music, he remains one of the most famous and influential of all composers. December 17, 1770, Bonn, Germany.
FAMOUS TWO of Clubs: Lamont Big L Coleman, Wynonna Judd, John Cusack, Gilda Radner, Kate Beckinsale, Sandra Bullock, Mick Jagger, George Bernard Shaw, Rupert Grint and Tom Feton, Dave Chappelle, Snoop Dogg, Viggo Mortensen, Owen Wilson, Liv Ullmann, Ludwig van Beethoven;
Issues Concerning Relationships: Some of the most physically beautiful,attractive and intelligent people are (2c) and one would usually look at them and think they could have almost anyone they desired. It is a mystery in some cases why they choose the people with whom they end up. This is more a trait in the female (2c) than the males. Their love relationships are more a reflection of their state of inner wellness and self-love than of any other factor. If their inherent fear has not been recognized and confronted, they will often settle for anyone, just to avoid being alone, or for someone who is abusive, psychotic or weird in some way. This can lead to co-dependent and other undesirable relationships. The remedy for the (2c) is to face that deep fear that is often haunting them. 'We have nothing to fear but fear itself' and this is applicable to the (2c). For many of them, they first need to admit it to themselves. They have to turn the lights on in that darkened room of their mind and face the monsters that lie hidden there. Those who do face it discover a new power within them, the power of the mystic that is revealed by the (As), the ancient symbol for secret knowledge. Discrimination in their choice of partner will bring them great rewards. This is one of those cards that can usually have anyone they want for a partner. They have more freedom of choice in this area because they themselves have a lot to offer. If they take some time to understand their impulses, needs, desires and feelings, they will attract a partner who is more loving and considerate, one who satisfies that (2c) urge for the perfect companion with whom they may share everything. (2c) Male/Female Generalities: (2c) women get along well with both male Clubs and Diamonds. If they are willing to be a more at-home, child-raising wife, the Cub would probably make the best choice for a husband, especially the King of Clubs. With Diamond men, there is a strong romantic connection which brings pleasure, but probably not anything long lasting. (2c) men should take care around Heart women, with whom they share a challenging connection.
Source: Robert Camp's Love Cards www.7thunders.com
TWO of Clubs: People born under the Two of Clubs must learn the art of cooperation. Most 2 of Clubs will put up an independent front which can make them appear defensive or uncooperative. All Two of Clubs are clever and quick witted. They never lack for an answer, and can be very opinionated. Fear is a big factor for people born with this Card. They must learn to trust in themselves and find an outlet for their keen, penetrating minds. Two of Clubs people also have an uncanny ability to ferret out the information they seek, and make for great detectives! In relationships, the Two of Clubs like to be playful and they are known for their romantic creativity.
SAGITTARIUS III NOTABLE Edward Goldenberg Robinson was a Romanian-born American actor. A popular star during Hollywood's Golden Age, he is best remembered for his roles as gangsters, such as Rico in his star-making film Little Caesar and as Rocco in Key Largo. December 12, 1893, Bucharest, Romania.
SAGITTARIUS III: The Week of the TITAN - December 11-18: Born in the Week of the Titan, SAGITTARIUS III's think on a grand scale. Their minds are usually geared to big projects, whether planning a family get-together or mapping out a business strategy. Disliking pettiness in all forms, they see the total picture first, and generally avoid getting hung up in the details. SAGITTARIUS III's are big-hearted, and give shamelessly, but are realistic enough to expect something in return.
Strengths: Big-Hearted - Self-Assured - Aspiring
Weaknesses: Self-Unaware - Secretly Insecure - Fussy
SAGITTARIUS III NOTABLES: Frank Sinatra, Margaret Mead, Fiorella LaGuardia, Carlo Ponti, Edward G. Robinson, Dionne Warwick, Michael Ovitz, Emerson Fittipaldi, Alexander Solzhenitsyn, Steven Spielberg, Beethoven, Liv Ulman, J. Paul Getty
ADVICE: Learn to enjoy the little things, the simple pleasures of life. Try to be more understanding of others. Apply your ethical standards to yourself and concentrate more of your energies on personal growth. Find a way to blend in when necessary and avoid ruffling feathers.
Source: The Secret Language of Relationships, Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.