Today on the Q♦️ in Leo, we find the Planetary Ruling Card by counting to the Sun card in the Waking Spread which is itself. This date is called the Double Q♦️. This reading is about the Birth Card of the following dates: 1/15, 2/13, 3/11, 4/9, 5/7, 6/5, 7/3, and 8/1.
The Q♦️ identifies preferences, categorizes and orders them by quantifiable and qualitative measures, and ultimately selects items to give away or otherwise dispose.
The 7♣️ Dreaming Mirror indicates that you need to give attention to relative values of preferences and differences in the property you have acquired. It can be depressing to think of disposing of items that may have required significant effort to acquire. But, it is not reasonable to maintain so much material forever. Also, there are others in need of property that you are not using and that you will not use in the future.
The 5♣️ Waking Mirror indicates that your tendency to assign value to everything contributes to an experience of being trapped by the assessment of some activities being more valuable and others less so. This is helpful when these valuations are appropriate. But, if you apply social and market values to your own personal goals, you may devalue important personal goals. You reject blanket valuations of behaviors and activities. You insist on allowing yourself to disaggregate personal values from market and social values.
The 8♦️Sleeping Mirror indicates that you are learning to make choices about which items you want to keep and maintain and develop versus those you want let go. The items and values that you keep become your focus, and they increase in value for you personally as well as in market value.
You don’t generally look at things completely objectively; your vision is always influenced by your values. You can get very close to objectivity when you choose to value things from the perspective that every buyer is paired with a seller.
Notable Events 8/1 Q♦️:
British scientist Joseph Priestley discovers oxygen gas, corroborating the prior discovery of this element by German-Swedish chemist Carl Wilhelm Scheele (1774)
Slavery is abolished in the British Empire as the Slavery Abolition Act 1833 comes into force, although it remains legal in the possessions of the East India Company until the passage of the Indian Slavery Act, 1843 (1834)
Colorado is admitted as the 38th U.S. state. The Q♦️ is the 38th card in the deck when counting from Ace to King in the order ♥️♣️♦️♠️(1876)
Anti-Fascist activists (ANTIFA) Bruno Tesch, Walter Möller, Karl Wolff and August Lütgens are executed by the Nazi regime in Altona (1933)
Frank Herbert’s novel, Dune was published for the first time. It was named as the world’s best-selling science fiction novel in 2003 (1965)
MTV begins broadcasting in the United States and airs its first video, “Video Killed the Radio Star” by The Buggles (1981)
Sabbatai Zevi, Montenegrin rabbi and theorist, followed as the messiah by Jews (born 1626)
Francis Scott Key, American lawyer, author, and poet, wrote lyrics of American national anthem (born 1779)
Herman Melville, American novelist, short story writer, and poet (born 1819)
Meir Kahane, American-Israeli rabbi and activist, founded the Jewish Defense League (born 1932)
Dom DeLuise, American actor, singer, director, and producer (born 1933)
Yves Saint Laurent, Algerian-French fashion designer, co-founded Yves Saint Laurent (born 1936)
Jerry Garcia, American singer-songwriter and guitarist, “The Grateful Dead” (born 1942)
Giancarlo Giannini, Italian actor, director, producer, and screenwriter (born 1942)
Avi Arad, Israeli-American screenwriter and producer, founded Marvel Studios (born 1948)
Robert Cray, American blues singer-songwriter and guitarist (born 1953)
Jason Momoa, American actor, director, and producer (born 1979)