Happy Birthday

February 24th


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 February 24th, it means you are born to play the Ace of Diamonds with a 5 of Diamonds personality.

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

The 5 of Diamonds is the secondary pattern of your life. It reflects your outward personality and may rule your behavior.

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Famous people born on February 24th

All of these people share your cards to play. Like you, they were born to play the Ace of Diamonds overlaid with a 5 of Diamonds personality.

Notice the recurring themes in their lives.


Charles V

Born to play the Ace of Diamonds / 5 of Diamonds

The last Holy Roman Emperor to be crowned by the Pope; his rule was marked by continual conflict in the West with France and in the East with the Ottoman Empire as well as internal unrest with the Protestant Reformation; he eventually abdicated his throne and divided the Empire between his son and his brother



Wilhelm Grimm

Born to play the Ace of Diamonds / 5 of Diamonds

Together with his brother, compiled a now legendary book of folk tales known as Grimm's Fairy Tales which has given ample fodder for the ascendency of the Disney Empire; also initiated the largest German dictionary ever compiled



Winslow Homer

Born to play the Ace of Diamonds / 5 of Diamonds

American painter considered to be a pre-eminent figure in American art



Honus Wagner

Born to play the Ace of Diamonds / 5 of Diamonds

Hall of Fame Baseball player from the turn of the last century; considered the greatest ever at his position, short-stop; he has the distinction that his 1909 Baseball Card is the most valuable Baseball Card on the market today



Chester Nimitz

Born to play the Ace of Diamonds / 5 of Diamonds

American Admiral; Commander in Chief of the Pacific Fleet during WW II; known as the US Navy's foremost expert on submarines


Phil Knight

Born to play the Ace of Diamonds / 5 of Diamonds

Co-founder and former CEO of Nike; he had the idea to import and sell running shoes from Japan; he sold them at track meets out of the back of his car; the “swoosh” logo for Nike is now one of the most valuable and most recognizable brands in the world; he donated $100 million to the Stanford Business School, which was at the time the largest single donation ever to a business school and the campus was named the “Knight Management Center” in his honor


George Thorogood

Born to play the Ace of Diamonds / 5 of Diamonds

Lead singer of the band that bears his name; sung the iconic hit song "Bad to the Bone"


Steve Jobs

Born to play the Ace of Diamonds / 5 of Diamonds

Pioneer and leader of the personal computing revolution; he was the co-founder and CEO of Apple Computers; after being forced out of Apple by the Board, he founded Pixar, a computer graphics company which produced the first 3-D computer-animated feature film Toy Story; he returned to Apple as the CEO and is credited with reviving a company that was on the verge of bankruptcy; under his leadership Apple introduced the world’s first graphical interface computer (the Mac) and developed the Apple Store, App Store, iMac, iPod, iPhone, iTunes, and iTunes Store and became the world’s #1 ranked corporation by market capitalization


Floyd Mayweather, Jr.

Born to play the Ace of Diamonds / 5 of Diamonds

Undefeated in his boxing career at 50 - 0; considered the best Welterweight Boxer of all time, the best defensive boxer and the most accurate puncher of all time; he was one of the most coveted pay-per-view boxing attractions and to increase his personal revenue, he founded his own boxing promotional company, which led him ranking #1 on the annual Forbes List of highest paid athletes four years in a row; he is one of the most highly paid athletes of all time


Jesse Billauer

Born to play the Ace of Diamonds / 5 of Diamonds

Told by doctors he would never surf again after he suffered a neck injury at age 17 that rendered him a quadripligec, he eventually did return to surfing, adapting his surfing technique and equipment to his current condition; has become a role model and motivational speaker to hundreds of thousands; is now the executive director of the Life Rolls On Foundation

Your Name Goes Here

Born to play the Ace of Diamonds / 5 of Diamonds

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

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