Happy Birthday

March 3rd


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

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Because you are born on the date of March 3rd, it means you are born to play the 7 of Spades with an 8 of Hearts personality.

The 7 of Spades is the primary pattern of your life. It is like your Avatar. It's your entrance token to the game of your life.

The 8 of Hearts is the secondary pattern of your life. It reflects your outward personality and may rule your behavior.

Famous people born on March 3rd

All of these people share your cards to play. Like you, they were born to play the 7 of Spades overlaid with a 8 of Hearts personality.

Notice the recurring themes in their lives.


Cardinal Pole

Born to play the 7 of Spades / 8 of Hearts

The last Catholic Archbishop of Canterbury prior to the Protestant Reformation; clashed with King Henry VIII, condemning his re-marriages and denouncing his policies; he was condemned for treason by the King which led to the imprisonment of his mother in the Tower of London and the financial ruin of his entire extended family


Chief Joseph

Born to play the 7 of Spades / 8 of Hearts

Leader of the Nez Perce who led his people during the most tumultuous period in their history, when, in a reversal of the negotiated treaty, they were forcibly removed by the US Army from their ancestral lands in Oregon; instead of going to the reservation, however, he led 700 men, women, and children in a 1,170-mile fighting retreat in an attempt to reach Canada and seek political asylum there; the skill with which the Nez Perce fought and the manner in which they conducted themselves in the face of incredible adversity earned them widespread admiration and coverage in US newspapers; however, he received credit in the press for military genius that was not his; in fact, it was other war chiefs who were the skilled warriors, but the press gave him the credit of a military genius; after months of fugitive resistance, cornered just 40 miles short of the Canadian border, his people freezing to death, and with no remaining warrior chiefs to lead the battles; he surrendered to the US Army with the understanding that he and his people would be allowed to go to their reservation; he was instead, in another betrayal, transported between various forts and reservations until he died; it wasn’t the last time he was betrayed by the US government either; in his later years, still pleading for justice for his people, he became renowned as an indomitable voice of conscience; still in exile from his homeland, he died on September 21, 1904, according to his doctor, "of a broken heart."


Alexander Graham Bell

Born to play the 7 of Spades / 8 of Hearts

Scottish inventor of the telephone, which came from his studies of hearing devices because both his mother and his wife were deaf; considered the telephone an intrusion on his real work as a scientist, however, and refused to have one in his study; he co-founded AT&T; served as President of the National Geographic Society; was a staunch advocate of Eugenics


Charles Ponzi

Born to play the 7 of Spades / 8 of Hearts

Italian-American investor and con-artist who used his charisma to run money-making scams in the 1920s; and while he did not invent the scheme of promising big investment returns to investors and then simply using the money from new investors to pay-off the promised return for older investors, the scheme became so identified with him that it is now known as a "Ponzi scheme;" his scheme only ran for one year before it collapsed, costing many people their life's savings; after completing his prison sentence, he was deported to Italy, where he continued to hop from scheme to scheme and wrote his auto-biography


George Miller

Born to play the 7 of Spades / 8 of Hearts

Australian filmmaker best known for his Mad Max franchise whose films have been hailed as some of the greatest action films of all time


Jackie Joyner-Kersee

Born to play the 7 of Spades / 8 of Hearts

American all-time great athlete who overcame severe asthma to compete and win Gold in the Olympics; she competed primarily in (and you can't make this stuff up) the Heptathlon, which consists of 7 track-and-field events; she is now an active philanthropist


Ronan Keating

Born to play the 7 of Spades / 8 of Hearts

Lead singer of the Irish boyband Boyzone; also has a successful solo career; started a charity foundation to raise awareness for Breast Cancer, named after his mother who died of Breast Cancer



Jessica Biel

Born to play the 7 of Spades / 8 of Hearts

American actress who began her career as a music vocalist but whose breakthrough role came in (you can't make this stuff up) the family-drama series "7th Heaven"; she has also starred in a series called "The Sinner"; known for her devoted personal health practice and her anti-vaccination stance

Camila Cabello

Born to play the 7 of Spades / 8 of Hearts

Cuban singer with the smash hit "Señorita"; rose to prominence with the girl group Fifth Harmony; had social media troubles with her Tumblr account being de-activated after she was accused of using racial slurs



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Born to play the 7 of Spades / 8 of Hearts

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