Today on the 7♠️ in Aries, we find the Planetary Ruling Card by counting to the Mars card in the Waking Spread which is the J♦️. This reading is primarily about the 7♠️ which is the Birth Card of the following dates: 1/7, 2/5, 3/3, and 4/1.

The 7♠️ balances experiences. One struggles with the ability to be in complete control of values and desires. One does well to reserve, concentrate, and direct feelings and relationships.

The 2♦️ Dreaming Mirror indicates that one wants to share values with others, and one wants to share pleasure with others especially within significant relationships. One is learning to reserve, concentrate, and direct feelings including using personal and social charisma to attract and stabilize relationships. There are struggles with feelings of possessiveness and jealousy within relationships.

The A♥️ Waking Mirror indicates  that one has both a great love to offer and an intense need to feel loved and admired. One is inclined to not ask for more than is offered. One is inclined to not give more than is desired. Love relationships tend to be messy affairs in which two lovers let it all hang out in surprising fashion. It’s called getting to know one another.

The 4♦️ Sleeping Mirror indicates that one is learning to establish values one uses for lasting happiness. One struggles to take advantage of material situations to get immediate gratification. One is learning to emphasize values that create lasting happiness without additional sadness.

A balanced life coupled with decisive fulfillment of desires leads to sudden and unexpected changes to desires and values.

Notable Events 4/1 7♠️/J♦️:
Adolf Hitler is sentenced to five years imprisonment for his participation in the “Beer Hall Putsch” but spends only nine months in jail (1924)
The recently elected Nazis under Julius Streicherorganize a one-day boycott of all Jewish-owned businesses in Germany, ushering in a series of anti-Semitic acts (1933)
President Richard Nixon signs the Public Health Cigarette Smoking Act into law, requiring the Surgeon General’s warnings on tobacco products and banning cigarette advertising on television and radio in the United States (1970) 
Iran becomes an Islamic republic by a 99% vote, officially overthrowing the Shah (1979)
Same-sex marriagebecomes legal in the Netherlands, the first contemporary country to allow it (2001)
Sophie Germain, French mathematician, physicist, and philosopher (1776)
Abraham Maslow, American psychologist and academic (born 1908)
Toshiro Mifune, Japanese actor, best known for films such as Rashomon and Seven Samurai (born 1920)
Anne McCaffrey, American-Irish author (born 1926)
Milan Kundera, Czech-born novelist, poet, and playwright who wrote the “The Unbearable Lightness of Being”  (1929)
Debbie Reynolds, Scottish-Irish American actress, singer, and dancer (famous for “Singing in the Rain”) (born 1932)
Ali MacGraw, American model and actress famous for “Love Story” (born 1939)
Paul Manafort, American lobbyist, political consultant, and convicted felon (1949)
Samuel Alito, American lawyer and jurist (Supreme Court Justice) (1950)
Terry Nichols, American criminal, bombing in Oklahoma City currently serving 161 life sentences with no possibility of parole (1955)
Rachel Maddow, American journalist and author, International Heroine (1973)