|My (chinese) Birthday Year - from Mysticgames.com|
||January 27, 1952 - February 13, 1953|
||July 19, 1952|
The Dragon is a Yang, and is the Fifth sign of the Chinese horoscope.
You can always tell a Dragon. But you can't tell him much. People born under the flashy and brilliant sign of the immortal and tireless Dragon are most of all
noticeable. For a start, they are rarely silent. Secondly, they are almost always highly attractive and magnetic. There is something about Dragon people that says, "I am the majestic
one. I rule all men. I am invincible."
Dragon people possess natural authority. Even if you cannot stand them, Dragons command your attention. And once they have you under their spell, you cannot take your ears off their
fiery discourse. Dragon enthusiasm is contagious. Their big green hearts are set on giving you the same virus they have.
Nothing, in fact, daunts this marvellous beast of mythical renown. Dragons know best. And most. About everything that applies to their own destinies. They usually have a mission or a
goal so ambitious as to frighten three lions and a gorilla. Fearlessly, without blinking an eyelid, the Dragon will slink through the fire and up the mountainside into any battle and he
usually emerges victorious.
The Dragon is irresistible. He does not possess mere magnetism. Oh no. The Dragon subject has the power to cloud your mind, put you off guard and tumble you squealing with joy to the
floor of his cave. Dragon women are so attractive that even when they are not particularly beautiful, all eyes are on them when they enter a room. It's a question of bearing.
This magnificent presence is not only useful to the Dragon in affairs of the heart. Dragons employ their magic in professional ways too. I wouldn't say that Dragons are power-hungry.
They don't set out to pursue influence and conquer others to acquire it. Dragons are born with their power.
Energy and health fairly beam from all Dragon people. Even apparently reluctant Dragons carry their vigour on their sleeves. They are tireless, going from work to meetings and back to
work and then to a party and afterward home to bed down the kids and then out to another gathering and finally home to stay up and listen to some music and chat with their spouse. Ask the
next vital, busy, noisy person you meet what their Chinese sign is and they will very likely tell you "I'm a Dragon!" in no uncertain terms.
If you have a Dragon in your life and you consider that Dragon to be insensitive to your needs, take my advice-weep! That's right. Snivel. Sob. Bawl. Then through the cloud of your
tears, watch the seemingly impenetrable Dragon begin to warm up, glow with pity and finally melt into a greenish heap of altruism at your feet. Tears will melt even the scaliest Dragon
heart. They are all sentimental.
Finally, what the Dragon needs most from those who live with him and share his life is indulgence. If Dragons make too much brouhaha and wake the baby, they don't do it on purpose. They
just have to turn up the radio and rumple the newspaper and make loud pronouncements. They really can't help it if they disturb. They like parties, festivals, holidays, picnics, fireworks
and roller coasters. Give them a crepe paper streamer and a paper hat and they'll love you forever.
|My Birthstone - from Mysticgames.com|
||Range of red hues||The fiery colour of the ruby symbolizes devotion and desire. It was once believed that the wearer of a ruby was blessed with health, wealth, wisdom and outstanding
success in affairs of the heart. Ruby is the birthstone for July and the anniversary gemstone for the fifteenth and fortieth wedding anniversaries.|
|2008 year's Growth Tarot Card for my birthday - from Mysticgames.com
|Celebrated Birthday: July 19, 2008
Growth Card Number: 9
A time for soul searching and meditation; a need for patience and solitude.
The Hermit is the card of seclusion and turning within. It characterizes an introverted phase in life, during which we shield ourselves from outside influences. We find repose and, above
all, are separate from bustling activity and crowds of people. The Hermit therefore stands for an important experience within, through which we can perceive who we are, what we want, and
how we can get there. He unites two valuable extremes: the depth of experience and the heights of perception. This card is often wrongly feared by many people. It is only when its
qualities are misunderstood that fears of loneliness and abandonment arise. The person who follows the call of the Hermit willingly will find enrichment through clarity, strength, and the
joyful experience of being able to be alone with himself.
|2007 year's Growth Tarot Card for my birthday - from Mysticgames.com|
|Celebrated Birthday: July 19, 2007
Growth Card Number: 8
A time for self-awareness involving courage, strength, and determination.
The card Strength has a certain kinship to the card of the Magician (I). Similar to that card, Strength also touches upon the extraordinary power of the secret of a deep, inner harmony. If
the great influential strength of the Magician is founded upon the harmony of conscious and unconscious powers, then the vital energy, courage, and passion of this card is an expression of
the reconciliation of the civilized person with his or her animal nature. In mythology, this is impressively portrayed by the friendship between Gilgamesch and Enkidu, his previous bitter
enemy. This card makes it clear that we cannot aim to hide our instinctual nature behind pallid virtue but should open ourselves much more to encountering the living, sometimes terrifying
archaic powers existing in each of us, in order to gradually tame them through loving acceptance and gentle force. When we do this, not only these primordial powers are available to us,
but also all of the reserves of strength that we have used up until now to repress these instincts..
|2006 year's Growth Tarot Card for my birthday - from Mysticgames.com|
|Celebrated Birthday: July 19, 2006
Growth Card Number: 7
A struggle or conflict, yet strong potential for triumph over adversity.
The Chariot stands for the great leap forward. It shows that we can detach ourselves from our familiar surroundings and go our own way. In doing so, the desire for freedom, ambition, the
search for paradise lost, or simply our own need for recognition are driving forces. The Chariot is the only Tarot card that shows the departure to be full of confidence and joy. In all
other cases, parting is shown to be characterized by feelings of heaviness and fear. Here, however, is a vigorous, undaunted push forward, initiative, and a great willingness to take
risks. The card shows a vast amount of skill (steering the chariot), but also inexperience (entering an unknown world). It must therefore be additionally understood as a warning not to
overestimate one's own powers and act too self-confidently and euphorically. Instead, we should, in good time, gain the insight that we still have much to learn.
|2005 year's Growth Tarot Card for my birthday - from Mysticgames.com|
|Celebrated Birthday: July 19, 2005
Growth Card Number: 6
A relationship or love affair with a trial or choice involved.
This card combines two topics. It indicates a great experience in love, yet also presents us with the perception that this step is connected with a necessary decision: the renunciation of
the previous framework of life (the parental home, the bachelor existence, the many flirtations) and the clear avowal of one love. Only this step will lead to the overwhelming experience
shown by the Lovers. This card therefore used to be called "The Decision." It can also indicate necessary decisions that have little or nothing to do with love. In such cases, it means
that we must decide with our whole heart, without rancour, and without keeping an escape route open. Which of the two themes this card emphasizes can only be determined according to the
background of the question asked. In any case, it means the great unconditional "yes."
|My Personality and Character Cards - from Mysticgames.com|
|My personality and character cards are identical!
Birthday: July 19,
Personality Card Number: 7
Character Card Number: 7
||The Chariot - Personality Card|
struggle or conflict, yet strong potential for triumph over adversity.
The Chariot stands for the great leap forward. It shows that we can detach ourselves from our familiar surroundings and go our own way. In doing so, the desire for freedom, ambition,
the search for paradise lost, or simply our own need for recognition are driving forces. The Chariot is the only Tarot card that shows the departure to be full of confidence and joy. In all other
cases, parting is shown to be characterized by feelings of heaviness and fear. Here, however, is a vigorous, undaunted push forward, initiative, and a great willingness to take risks. The card
shows a vast amount of skill (steering the chariot), but also inexperience (entering an unknown world). It must therefore be additionally understood as a warning not to overestimate one's own
powers and act too self-confidently and euphorically. Instead, we should, in good time, gain the insight that we still have much to learn.