Today on the 5♠️ in Taurus, we find the Planetary Ruling Card by counting to the Venus card in the Waking Spread which is the 9♣️. This reading is primarily about the 5♠️ which is the Birth Card of the following dates: 1/9, 2/7, 3/5, 4/3, and 5/1.
The 5♠️ changes everything as often and as thoroughly as reasonably possible. One struggles to keep in touch with a wide social network because many individuals depend on one’s attention and sweetness. One does well to build a firm foundation of values and preferences including a financial foundation that can be a source of freedom from daily responsibility.
The A♣️ Dreaming Mirror indicates that one wants to wander from one curiosity to the next, but there are material responsibilities to address. Once one has finances in order, there will be more freedom to travel and explore.
The K♦️ Waking Mirror indicates that one has business acumen, but the desire to be an independent agent gets in the way of business. One may walk away from a thriving business due to wanderlust. Or demanding clients may result in their dismissal. It is recommended that a superior sense of timing and of giving and receiving be developed to enable values to be achieved without compromising one’s own important needs.
The 6♥️ Sleeping Mirror indicates that one is learning to strike a balance between personal needs and others’ needs. Everyone can be satisfied. Relationships can be fostered even under duress. One has the ability to satisfy all including oneself.
Travel and excitement will include new ways of thinking that will initially seem to be an offputting challenge to preferences; yet new ways of thinking invite brand new streams of information that liberate one’s being.
Notable Events 5/1 5♠️/9♣️:
The Act of Union joining England and Scotland to form the Kingdom of Great Britaintakes effect (1707)
In Vienna, Austria, Mozart’s opera The Marriage of Figaro is performed for the first time (1786)
The Memphis Race Riots begin. In three days time, 46 blacks and two whites were killed. Reports of the atrocities influenced passage of the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution (1866)
Rallies are held throughout the United States demanding the eight-hour work day, culminating in the Haymarket affair in Chicago, in commemoration of which May 1 is celebrated as International Workers’ Day in many countries (1886)
“Pluto” is officially proposed for the name of the newly-discovered dwarf planetPluto by Vesto Slipher in the Lowell Observatory Observation Circular. The name quickly catches on (1930)
The polio vaccinedeveloped by Jonas Salk is made available to the public (1956)
Vietnam War: Protests erupt following the announcement by Richard Nixon that the U.S. and South Vietnamese forces would attack Vietnamese communists in a Cambodian Campaign (1970)
Pope John Paul IIbeatifies Edith Stein, a Jewish-born Carmelite nun who was gassed in the Nazi concentration camp at Auschwitz (1987)
Sponge Bob Square Pants premieres on Nickelodeon (1999)
Invasion of Iraq: In what becomes known as the “Mission Accomplished” speech, on board the USS Abraham Lincoln (off the coast of California), U.S. President George W. Bush declares that “major combat operations in Iraq have ended” (2003)
Same-sex marriage is legalized in Sweden (2009)
Joseph Heller, American novelist, short story writer, and playwright (1923)
John Woo, Hong Kong director, producer, and screenwriter (born 1946)
Antonín Dvořák, Czech composer and academic (death 1904)
Joseph Goebbels, German lawyer and politician, Chancellor of Germany (death 1945)