Today on the 6♦️ in Gemini, we find the Planetary Ruling Card by counting to the Mercury card in the Waking Spread which is the 4♠️. This reading is primarily about the 6♦️ which is the Birth Card of the following dates: 1/21, 2/19, 3/17, 4/15, 5/13, 6/11, 7/9, 8/7, 9/5, 10/3, and 11/1.
As the 6♦️, you persist in efforts to fulfill your values and desires. Ensure that your desires closely align with your values for the greatest success.
The K♣️ Dreaming Mirror indicates that you have the certainty of where you are heading but you must claim responsibility for all the details that will get you there. There is a tendency to demand agreement from partners along the way, but it is better that you become convinced of your opinions to such a great extent that you attract followers or easily instruct others such that they see your opinions as facts.
The 10♠️ Waking Mirror indicates that you work long hours to successfully complete important goals. You believe in what you are doing and you tirelessly strive to carry out your work. You may over do it.
The 5♣️ Sleeping Mirror indicates that you are learning to depart from static and unyielding points of view when you recognize that others are taking issue with your ideas, plans, and beliefs, or when you discover that there are problems carrying out your ideals. Sudden departures from plans and agreements may be accepted by partners if you provide thoughtful explanations of a bigger picture that you have endeavored to improve for the common good.
You are willing and able to work for your values. Increasingly you become an expert and a teacher. Others flock to you to learn everything that you know.
Notable Events 6/11 6♦️/4♠️:
Denmark adopts the characteristic Nordic Cross flaglater taken up by all other Scandinavian countries (1748)
The Continental Congress appoints Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, Roger Sherman, and Robert R. Livingston to the Committee of Five to draft a declaration of independence (1776)
The London International Surrealist Exhibition opens (1936)
American Civil Rights Movement: Governor of
Alabama George Wallace defiantly stands at the door of Foster Auditorium at the University of Alabama in an attempt to block two black students, Vivian Malone and James Hood, from attending that school. Later in the day, accompanied by federalized National Guard troops, they are able to register (1963)
John F. Kennedyaddresses Americans from the Oval Office proposing the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which would revolutionize American society by guaranteeing equal access to public facilities, ending segregation in education, and guaranteeing federal protection for voting rights (1963)
Timothy McVeigh is executed for his role in the Oklahoma City bombing (2001)
Mordecai Kaplan, Lithuanian rabbi, founded Reconstructionist Judaism (born 1881)
Bartolomeo Vanzetti, Italian-American anarchist and convicted criminal (born 1888)
Jacques Cousteau, French biologist, author, and inventor, co-developed the aqua-lung (born 1910)
Vince Lombardi, American football player, coach, and manager (born 1913)
William Styron, American novelist and essayist (born 1925)
Charles Rangel, American soldier, lawyer, and politician (born 1930)
Gene Wilder, American actor, director, and screenwriter (born 1933)
Joe Montana, American football player and sportscaster (born 1956)
Mehmet Oz, American surgeon, author, and television host (born 1960)
Shia LaBeouf, American actor (born 1986)