Today on the J♣️ in Gemini, we find the Planetary Ruling Card by counting to the Mercury card in the Waking Spread which is the 9♦️. This reading is primarily about the J♣️ which is the Birth Card of the following dates: 1/29, 2/27, 3/25, 4/23, 5/21, 6/19, 7/17, 8/15, 9/13, 10/11, 11/9, and 12/7.
The J♣️ is a thinker, a writer, and a speaker. You can make a living with your mind. And, if you hold human beings up as your ideal focus and concern, you will succeed the most.
The 5♣️ Dreaming Mirror indicates the need to change opinions, plans, and agreements without offending others whenever possible. Others are very much needed for overall success and happiness. So, it is counterproductive to upset them needlessly and thoughtlessly.
The 9♠️ Waking Mirror indicates that you have your work cut out for you in your creative and communicative life. Many problems we carry are old baggage that did previously serve a purpose. You are so creative that you may even invent problems that serve no current purpose. Either way, you will discover behaviors, relationships, or conditions that need to be resolved or removed in order for success and happiness to be at the height that you desire.
The 2♠️ Sleeping Mirror indicates that one is learning to partner with other to help manifest many opportunities for wealth and pleasure. You have a powerful creative eye and a general sense for opportunities, but partnership is the mode and the road to success.
Prosperity arises from creative communication to the degree that relationships are given the honor that they deserve.
Notable Events 6/19 J♣️/9♦️:
The U.S. Congress prohibits slavery in United States territories, nullifying Dred Scott v. Sandford (1862)
Over two years after the Emancipation Proclamation, slaves in Galveston, Texas, United States, are finally informed of their freedom. The anniversary is still officially celebrated in Texas and 41 other contiguous states as Juneteenth (1865)
Benito Mussolini, at the time a radical Socialist, is arrested by Bern police for advocating a violent general strike (1903)
Cold War: Julius and Ethel Rosenberg are executed at Sing Sing, in New York (1953)
The Civil Rights Act of 1964 is approved after surviving an 83-day filibuster in the United States Senate (1964)
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange requested asylum in London’s Ecuadorian Embassy for fear of extraditionto the US after publication of previously classified documents including footage of civilian killings by the US army (2012)
Guy Lombardo, Canadian-American violinist and bandleader (1902)
Lou Gehrig, American baseball player (born 1903)
Abe Fortas, American lawyer and jurist (born 1910)
Alan Cranston, American journalist and politician (born 1914)
Gena Rowlands, American actress (born 1930)
Aung San Suu Kyi, Burmese politician, Nobel Prizelaureate (born 1945)
Salman Rushdie, Indian-English novelist and essayist (born 1947)
Lou Pearlman, American music producer and fraudster (born 1954)
Kathleen Turner, American actress (born 1954)
Paula Abdul, American singer-songwriter, dancer, actress, and presenter (born 1962)
Laura Ingraham, American radio host and author (born 1963)
Boris Johnson, Prime Minister of the United Kingdomand former Mayor of London (born 1964)
Hugh Dancy, English actor and model (born 1975)