Happy Birthday

July 26th


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 July 26th, it means you are born to play the 2 of Clubs with a 2 of Clubs personality.

The 2 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 2 of Clubs is also the secondary pattern of your life. It reflects your outward personality and may rule your behavior.

Famous people born on July 26th

All of these people share your cards to play. Like you, they were born to play the 2 of Clubs overlaid with a 2 of Clubs personality.

Notice the recurring themes in their lives.


Horatio Gates

Born to play the 2 of Clubs / 2 of Clubs

Military general who was appointed by George Washington to be Adjutant General (2nd in Command) of the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War; he later participated in the "Conway Cabal," which was a group of senior officers who attempted to have Washington replaced as Commander-in-Chief and install Gates instead; when the Cabal came to light, Gates apologized for his role in it; later, however, while leading the Southern portion of the Continental Army, he suffered a stinging military defeat that destroyed his reputation and he was removed from his command; he retired to his estate in Virginia, freed his slaves, and moved to New York where he was elected to the legislature


Isaac Babbitt

Born to play the 2 of Clubs / 2 of Clubs

American inventor, who in 1839 invented a ball-bearing made of a low-friction tin-based metal alloy that is still used extensively in engine bearings today



George Bernard Shaw

Born to play the 2 of Clubs / 2 of Clubs

Irish playwright and cultural critic who was the leading dramatist of his generation; he wrote over 60 plays and is the only person ever to win a Nobel Prize for literature and an Oscar for his role in the film adaptation of his play Pygmalion; his political and religious views were often contentious -- he called the smallpox vaccination program of his day, for example, "a peculiarly filthy piece of witchcraft;" he was known to take both sides of a debate and be self-contradictory in his opinions: he supported racial inter-marriage and was adamantly opposed to anti-semitism and yet he said publicly that he wanted to "be fair to Hitler;" his influence on theater is considered second only to Shakespeare


Carl Jung

Born to play the 2 of Clubs / 2 of Clubs

Swiss psychiatrist who began his career collaborating with his older colleague Sigmund Freud, (who considered Jung his heir apparent), until his own vision of the direction of his work led to a schism with his mentor; the central concept of his psychology and the main task of human development, he called "individuation," which is the lifelong psychological process of differentiation of the self; he coined some of the best known psychological concepts, including "synchronicity," "archetypes," "collective unconscious," "extraversion" and "introversion;" his contribution to the field of psychoanalysis is often considered second only to Sigmund Freud


Aldous Huxley

Born to play the 2 of Clubs / 2 of Clubs

British author of the dystopian novel A Brave New World; he also wrote utopian works of fiction as well; he was a mystic who addressed the perennial philosophy, which is thought to be the distilled wisdom that transcends all religious traditions; he also experimented with psychedelics and wrote about his experiences with mescaline in the book The Doors of Perception



Stanley Kubrick

Born to play the 2 of Clubs / 2 of Clubs

Regarded as one of the greatest and most influential filmmakers of his generation; a demanding perfectionist, he assumed control over most aspects of the filmmaking process, from direction and writing to editing, and took painstaking care with researching his films and staging scenes, working in close coordination with his actors and other collaborators; he often asked for several dozen retakes of the same shot in a movie, which resulted in many conflicts with his casts


Mick Jagger

Born to play the 2 of Clubs / 2 of Clubs

Front-man for the Rolling Stones and one of the most influential people in the history of rock n' roll; together with Keith Richards, he co-wrote most of the songs for the band and although his relationships with Richards deteriorated over the years, he never found much success in a solo career when he tried to branch out on his own; his love/hate relationship with Richards has been likened to a "family squabble;" the Rolling Stones are often ranked as the second best rock n' roll band of all time after the Beatles


Helen Mirren

Born to play the 2 of Clubs / 2 of Clubs

One of the most accomplished actresses in history, she is the only performer ever to have won the Triple Crown of Acting in both the United States and England


Kevin Spacey

Born to play the 2 of Clubs / 2 of Clubs

Acclaimed actor who has twice won an Oscar, but who is now disgraced and was removed from his existing roles after it was learned that he had made unwanted sexual advances on young men


Sandra Bullock

Born to play the 2 of Clubs / 2 of Clubs

American actress turned producer and philanthropist who, while still an actress, was the highest paid actress in Hollywood


Jason Statham

Born to play the 2 of Clubs / 2 of Clubs

British actor often type-cast as the anti-hero, typically playing tough guy and Machiavellian characters in films


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Born to play the 2 of Clubs / 2 of Clubs

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

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