Today on the J♦️ in Cancer, we find the Planetary Ruling Card by counting to the Moon card in the Waking Spread which is the K♣️. This reading is primarily about the J♦️ which is the Birth Card of the following dates: 1/16, 2/14, 3/12, 4/10, 5/8, 6/6, 7/4, and 8/2.
The J♦️ creates value and discovers value that others do not notice or recognize. Valuing oneself is most important as it is easy to think that one has no value if efforts result in failure. You can be your best ally and your own worst enemy.
The K♥️ Dreaming Mirror indicates that you are learning the benefit of takings initial steps to align your thinking and your communicating with changing circumstances. It is easy for you to change your tune once sufficiently motivated. You tend to resist change, and you throw tantrums to avoid taking responsibility for your own behavior and your statements about your behavior.
The 6♠️ Waking Mirror indicates that you are able to change your destiny every time that you give up your attachment to blame and shame. Look for the current opportunities for gain of value, and move in these directions. Be inventive, which is your talent.
The 6♣️ Sleeping Mirror indicates that you resist changing your mind even when you have ceased gaining any benefit from the behavior. If you know that your plans and agreement are a lost cause and a losing proposition and you still cannot try something new; it is because you do not value yourself sufficiently. It is best in this case to exercise compassion for others, as this is your strength that often helps you make changes that benefit you even more than others.
You have almost all of life completely figured out. You’re smart, you’re rich, and you’re good looking. Yet you still find time to punish yourself. Take responsibility for everything including your own well being; you have the concentrated ability to take care of everything and everyone with love and intelligence.
Notable Events 7/4 J♦️/K♣️:
American Revolution: The United States Declaration of Independence is adopted by the Second Continental Congress (1776)
Henry David Thoreau moves into a small cabin on Walden Pond in Concord, Massachusetts. Thoreau’s account of his two years there, Walden, will become a touchstone of the environmental movement (1845)
American Civil War: The Army of Northern Virginia withdraws from the battlefield after losing the Battle of Gettysburg, signalling an end to the Confederate invasion of U.S. territory (1863)
The Johnson–Jeffries riots occur after African-American boxer Jack Johnson knocks out white boxer Jim Jeffries in the 15th round. Between 11 and 26 people are killed and hundreds more injured (1910)
The Kielce pogrom against Jewish Holocaust survivors in Poland (1946)
U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson signs the Freedom of Information Act into United States law. The act went into effect the next year (1966)
Israeli commandos raid Entebbe airport in Uganda, rescuing all but four of the passengers and crew of an Air France jetliner seized by Palestinian terrorists (1976)
The discovery of particles consistent with the Higgs boson at the Large Hadron Collider is announced at CERN (2012)
Nathaniel Hawthorne, American novelist and short story writer (born 1804)
Hiram Walker, American businessman, founded Canadian Club whisky (born 1816)
James Anthony Bailey, American circus ringmaster, co-founded Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus (born 1847)
Meyer Lansky, American gangster (born 1902)
Neil Simon, American playwright and screenwriter (born 1927)
George Steinbrenner, American businessman (born 1930)
Michael Milken, American businessman, convicted felon pardoned by (currently) non-convicted felon Donald Trump, and philanthropist (born 1946)