Today on the J♥️ in Virgo, we find the Planetary Ruling Card by counting to the Mercury card in the Waking Spread which is 9♣️. This reading is about the J♥️ Birth Card of the following dates: 7/30, 8/28, 9/26, 10/24, 11/22, and 12/20.
The J♥️ youthfully, creatively, courageously, and sometimes recklessly shares feelings and enters relationships.
10♣️ Dreaming Mirror indicates that one needs to be in control of plans and agreements, as well as being willing and able to command self and others in action. In order to demonstrate this level of mastery and control, one must cultivate the most comprehensive understanding of one’s situation.
The 4♠️ Waking Mirror indicates that one naturally presents a firm foundation of intentions, values, and strengths when carrying out goals with others and by oneself.
The 4♥️ Sleeping Mirror indicates that one is learning to direct oneself and others in activities that are stressful and demanding. Others bristle when directed to upsetting tasks that stress them out. Therefore, one is learning to demonstrate an integrated emotional foundation that absorbs the upset that others and oneself feel under stress.
There is too much work to be done to engage in discontent or argument. If others do not want to help, then one should carry out plans oneself as best as one can. This is a lifetime of unraveling the roots of intentions, so that one learns how to love and how to appreciate oneself and others.
Notable Events 8/28 J♥️/9♣️:
The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad’s new Tom Thumb steam locomotive races a horse drawn car, presaging steam’s role in U.S. railroads (1830)
Caleb Bradham’s beverage “Brad’s Drink” is renamed “Pepsi-Cola” (1898)
Toyota Motors becomes an independent company (1937)
Denmark in World War II: German authorities demand that Danish authorities crack down on acts of resistance. The next day, martial law is imposed on Denmark (1943)
Black teenager Emmett Till is brutally murdered in Mississippi, galvanizing the nascent civil rights movement (1955)
U.S. Senator Strom Thurmond begins a filibuster to prevent the Senate from voting on the Civil Rights Act of 1957; he stopped speaking 24 hours and 18 minutes later, the longest filibuster ever conducted by a single Senator (1957)
March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom: The Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. gives his I Have a Dream speech (1963)
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, German novelist, poet, playwright, and diplomat, famous for “Faust” and many others (born 1749)
Charles Boyer, French-American actor, singer, and producer (born 1899)
Ben Gazzara, American actor, “The Big Lebowski” (born 1930)
Shania Twain, Canadian singer-songwriter (born 1965)
Jack Black, American actor and comedian (born 1969)
Gilad Shalit, Israeli soldier and hostage (born 1986)