Happy Birthday

August 16th


We're grateful you're here to play this game of life with us.

And we're excited you're here on our website. It's the fulfillment of our purpose to share this ancient Knowledge with you. So, thank you for participating in our joy!

Because you are born on the date of August 16th, it means you are born to play the 10 of Clubs with a 10 of Clubs personality.

The 10 of Clubs is the primary pattern of your life. It is like your Avatar. It's your entrance token to the game of your life.

The 10 of Clubs is also the secondary pattern of your life. It reflects your outward personality and may rule your behavior.

Famous people born on August 16th

All of these people share your cards to play. Like you, they were born to play the 10 of Clubs overlaid with a 10 of Clubs personality.

Notice the recurring themes in their lives.


T. E. Lawrence

Born to play the 10 of Clubs / 10 of Clubs

British archaeologist working in the "Near East" when WWI broke out; he was recruited by the British army to help foster a revolt within the Ottoman Empire; working with Arab forces he successfully helped with the capture of Aqaba and later Damascus; in 1922 he published his memoirs of that time in "The Seven Pillars of Wisdom" which was made into the film "Lawrence of Arabia;" he later died in a motorcycle accident


Menachem Begin

Born to play the 10 of Clubs / 10 of Clubs

Israeli politician, founder of Likud and the sixth Prime Minister of Israel; before the creation of the state of Israel, he was the leader of the Zionist militant group Irgun and proclaimed a revolt on 1 February 1944 against the British mandatory government, which was opposed by the Jewish Agency; his most significant achievement as Prime Minister was the signing of a peace treaty with Egypt in 1979, for which he and Anwar Sadat shared the Nobel Prize for Peace


Charles Bukowski

Born to play the 10 of Clubs / 10 of Clubs

German-born, American poet and author whose work addressed the ordinary life of poor Americans for which he was dubbed "the laureate of American lowlife;" he wrote a newspaper column called "Notes From a Dirty Old Man;" throughout his life and despite his gathering fame, he chose to continue publishing in the local and small-print presses that had first championed his work


Tony Trabert

Born to play the 10 of Clubs / 10 of Clubs

Tennis champion who won five Grand Slam titles; he later became a TV commentator and motivational speaker


James Cameron

Born to play the 10 of Clubs / 10 of Clubs

Film writer and director who is responsible for some of the most popular and technically advanced films ever made; he wrote and directed "The Terminator" which spawned a whole franchise; his film "Titanic" was both the most expensive film ever made and the world's highest-grossing film, later overtaken only by another of his film's "Avatar;" "Titanic" won 11 Oscars; "Avatar" is the first film in history to gross over 2 billion; he is also an expert in deep-sea exploration and in 2012, he became only the 3rd person to reach the bottom of the Mariana Trench, the deepest point in the ocean



Born to play the 10 of Clubs / 10 of Clubs

The "Queen of Pop" is one of the most influential figures in pop culture; she has pushed the boundaries of artistic expression in mainstream music and has continually re-invented herself, all the while maintaining control over every aspect of her career; she is the best-selling female artist of all-time, having sold more than 300 million records worldwide and with concert revenue exceeding $1.5 billion, she is the highest grossing female touring artist worldwide; she is also a businesswoman and record executive; she is known for her spiritual practice of Kabbalah and is considered by sociologists to have effectively changed the entire social discourse around women and sexuality


Pamela Smart

Born to play the 10 of Clubs / 10 of Clubs

American convicted murderer serving life in prison for conspiring with her underage lover (age 15, a sophomore in high school) and his friends to have her husband killed; she convinced her young lover by threatening to stop having sex with him unless he killed her husband; her case has been the subject of numerous books and television movies; in prison, she became a poet and a playwright -- her writing was exhibited in the PBS documentary What I Want My Words to Do to You; also in prison, she won a lawsuit against a corrections officer for allegedly coercing her into taking scantily clad photos of herself which were published in the National Enquirer; she has stated publicly that she is afraid of growing old and dying in prison and would rather have been given the death penalty


Your Name Goes Here

Born to play the 10 of Clubs / 10 of Clubs

What will it look like for you to play your cards right? What will you be remembered for?

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