Today on the 10♣️ in Gemini, we find the Planetary Ruling Card by counting to the Mercury card in the Waking Spread which is the 8♦️. This reading is primarily about the 10♣️ which is the Birth Card of the following dates:  1/30, 2/28, 3/26, 4/24, 5/22, 6/20, 7/18, 8/16, 9/14, 10/12, 11/10, and 12/8.

The 10♣️ introduces ideas and plans, and one is forever learning. One establishes success through hard work, and by seizing opportunities that are based on limited knowledge and experience that is nonetheless sufficient to succeed with dedicated application.

The J♥️ Dreaming Mirror indicates that one wants to act with courageous compassion, but one also needs to build a foundation for oneself. There will forever be a push-pull with a social approach and a personal absorption.

The Waking Mars Crown leads one to assert oneself in activity and goals with ambition and fire. One attacks new activity with curiosity and high energy, so one is able to quickly accomplish much. One has much youthful energy, and one may sometimes feel there is something one has to prove about one’s integrity. One only has to do one’s best.

The 5♦️Sleeping Mirror indicates that one is learning to change values as appropriate when they have been out of alignment with one’s highest and best. There is a tendency to cut corners and to violate one’s conscience. As one matures, values do begin to change.

Communication and success coincide with so many changes in feelings, and relationships can be damaged. Relationships are not expendable, so one strives to develop balance on all levels. There is no foundation without balance.

Notable Events 5/22 10♣️/8♦️:

A grand jury indicts former Vice President of the United States Aaron Burr on a charge of treason (1807)

Future U.S. PresidentAbraham Lincoln is issued a patent for an invention to lift boats, making him the only U.S. president to ever hold a patent (1849)

Congressman Preston Brooks of South Carolina severely beats Senator Charles Sumner of Massachusetts with a cane in the hall of the United States Senate for a speech Sumner had made regarding Southerners and slavery (1856)

The Wright brothers are granted U.S. patent number 821,393 for their “Flying-Machine” (1906)

Lyndon B. Johnson launches the Great Society (1964)

United States President Donald Trump visits the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem and becomes the first sitting U.S. president to visit the Western Wall (2017)

William Sturgeon, English physicist and inventor, invented the electromagnet and electric motor (born 1783)

Richard Wagner, German composer (born 1813)

Mary Cassatt, American painter and educator (born 1844)

Arthur Conan Doyle, British writer (born 1859)

Bodo von Borries, German physicist and academic, co-invented the electron microscope (born 1905)

Laurence Olivier, English actor, director, and producer (born 1907)

T. Boone Pickens, American businessman (born 1928)

Harvey Milk, American lieutenant and politician (born 1930)

Bernard Shaw, American journalist, playwright (born 1940)

Ted Kaczynski, American academic and mathematician turned anarchist and serial murderer (Unabomber) (born 1942)

Lisa Murkowski, American lawyer and politician (born 1957)

Morrissey, English singer-songwriter and performer (born 1959)

Naomi Campbell, English model (1970)