Happy Birthday

January 15th


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 January 15th, it means you are born to play the Queen of Diamonds with a 7 of Clubs personality.

The Queen 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 7 of Clubs 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 January 15th

All of these people share your cards to play. Like you, they were born to play the Queen of Diamonds overlaid with a 7 of Clubs personality.

Notice the recurring themes in their lives.


Cornelia Connelly

Born to play the Queen of Diamonds / 7 of Clubs

American nun who founded, in England, the Roman Catholic order called Society of the Holy Child Jesus and established schools by the same name to educate children; it was all founded, she said, "on a breaking heart" after her husband broke up the family and then secretly removed her children from her custody and successfully manipulated the court system and public opinion against her, after which, she never saw her own children again and devoted her life to religious service



Ella Flagg Young

Born to play the Queen of Diamonds / 7 of Clubs

American educator who was the 1st woman to serve as Superintendent of a large US school district (Chicago); she was also the 1st woman to be elected president of the National Education Association; she was entirely self-educated, teaching herself to read and write and was so intellectually precocious that she earned her master's degree at the age of 15; she later received her phd and devoted her life to teaching; during her lifetime, all of her immediate family members and relatives died leaving her with no immediate relatives whatsoever


Ibn Saud

Born to play the Queen of Diamonds / 7 of Clubs

Founder and 1st Monarch of the state of Saudi Arabia; he led tribal war raids starting at age 16 and attracted such a large following that, over three decades, he was able to capture and consolidate power over the entire Saudi peninsula; he presided over the discovery of petroleum and the large-scale oil production after WW II; he was known to be devoted to his aunt, who was his most trusted and influential advisor; he had as many as 22 concubines and several wives; he fathered about 100 children



Edward Teller

Born to play the Queen of Diamonds / 7 of Clubs

Hungarian theoretical physicist known colloquially as "the father of the hydrogen bomb," a title he disliked; in addition to his scientific genius, he was also known for his difficult interpersonal relations and volatile personality



Martin Luther King Jr.

Born to play the Queen of Diamonds / 7 of Clubs

American minister who became the most visible and well-known leader of the American Civil Rights Movement; he was known for his emphasis on non-violent means of protest and for his powerful oratorical skills; he founded the Southern Christian Leadership Conference to advance the cause of Civil Rights for African-Americans; in 1964 he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize; he was the subject of intensive counter-intelligence operations conducted by the FBI and CIA; he was assassinated in 1968; his death sparked massive nationwide riots; in 1986 Martin Luther King Day was inaugurated as a national holiday in America


María Baeza

Born to play the Queen of Diamonds / 7 of Clubs

Know by her stage name, Charo, she is a Spanish actress, comedienne, and flamenco guitarist, best known for her flamboyant stage presence, her provocative outfits, and her trademark phrase "cuchi-cuchi;" her husband committed suicide


Regina King

Born to play the Queen of Diamonds / 7 of Clubs

Academy Award-winning American actress; her son committed suicide


Mary Pierce

Born to play the Queen of Diamonds / 7 of Clubs

French tennis champion who won four Grand Slam titles in her career, two in singles and two in doubles; she became a born-again-Christian early in her career when she felt "empty inside" and credits that decision with making "instant changes" in her life


Drew Brees

Born to play the Queen of Diamonds / 7 of Clubs

Former NFL quarterback for the New Orleans Saints who is widely regarded as one of the best ever to play the game; he holds numerous personal records; he married his college sweetheart and he is known for his devout Christian beliefs; he has said that the setbacks and injuries he sustained in his career only brought him closer to God; he stirred controversy when he said that players kneeling during the national anthem was disrespectful; he has numerous business ventures and is active in philanthropy


Dove Cameron

Born to play the Queen of Diamonds / 7 of Clubs

Award-winning singer and actress who has spoken publicly about her struggles with dysphoria

Your Name Goes Here

Born to play the Queen of Diamonds / 7 of Clubs

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

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