Happy Birthday

November 12th


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 November 12th, it means you are born to play the 8 of Clubs with a 10 of Hearts personality.

The 8 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 Hearts 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 November 12th

All of these people share your cards to play. Like you, they were born to play the 8 of Clubs overlaid with a 10 of Hearts personality.

Notice the recurring themes in their lives.


Jeanne Mance

Born to play the 8 of Clubs / 10 of Hearts

One of the founders of Ville-Maire (Montreal), Canada, in 1642; she became one of the colonies chief supporters, organizing funding and support from France; as a nurse, she established its first hospital, the Hôtel-Dieu de Montréal, in 1645 and served as the hospital's director for 17 years



Born to play the 8 of Clubs / 10 of Hearts

Brazilian rebel leader whose aim was independence from Portuguese colonial rule; when he and his co-conspirators were betrayed, he was arrested and condemned to death; the other conspirators were pardoned, but he took full responsibility for the rebellion and so, he was hung, drawn, and quartered; he is now considered a national hero of Brazil

Elizabeth Cady Stanton

Born to play the 8 of Clubs / 10 of Hearts

Leading figure in the early women's rights movements of the 19th century in America; she was the main driving force behind the 1848 Seneca Convention, which was the first woman's rights convention ever assembled as well as the main author of the convention's seminal text, the Declaration of Sentiments; she was also the first president of the National Woman Suffrage Association, an association she helped to create



Born to play the 8 of Clubs / 10 of Hearts

Persian religious leader who was the founder of the Bahá'í Faith, which advocates universal peace and unity among all races, nations, and religions; he was exiled from his native Iran and was imprisoned in the Ottoman Empire for the remaining 24 years of his life


Auguste Rodin

Born to play the 8 of Clubs / 10 of Hearts

French sculptor regarded as one of the fathers of modern sculpture; his most famous works include "The Thinker" and "The Kiss;" he was hugely popular in his lifetime, but his works were often controversial for their erotic nature



John William Strutt

Born to play the 8 of Clubs / 10 of Hearts

British physicist who discovered the element argon, an achievement which earned him the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1904; he also discovered the phenomenon called Rayleigh scattering, which can be used to explain why the sky is blue; his textbook The Theory of Sound is still referred to by acoustic engineers today



Sun Yat-Sen

Born to play the 8 of Clubs / 10 of Hearts

First president and founding father of the Republic of China; he played an instrumental role in the overthrow of the Qing dynasty during the Xinhai Revolution; he was appointed to serve as Provisional President of the Republic of China when it was founded in 1912; he later co-founded the Nationalist Party of China, serving as its first leader



Grace Kelly

Born to play the 8 of Clubs / 10 of Hearts

Award-winning actress and Hollywood icon who is considered one of the greatest actresses of Classical Cinema; she became the Princess of Monaco when she married the Prince of Monaco; retired from acting at age 26 to marry Prince Rainier, and began her duties as Princess of Monaco; she died in a car crash at age 52; her son, Prince Albert, helped establish the Princess Grace Awards in 1984 to recognize emerging performers in film, theatre, and dance


Jalal Talabani

Born to play the 8 of Clubs / 10 of Hearts

Iraqi-Kurdish politician and 6th President of Iraq and 1st non-Arab president; known as "Mam Jalal" (Uncle Jalal), he was a long-time campaigner for a sovereign Kurdish state in northern Iraq; he lived just long to see the 2017 Iraqi Kurdistan independence referendum cast 92% votes in favor of independence


Charles Manson

Born to play the 8 of Clubs / 10 of Hearts

American criminal icon and mastermind who led the "Manson Family," a quasi-commune that grew up in the California dessert in the 1960s; under his direction, members of his "family" committed several gruesome and cold-blooded murders

Al Michaels

Born to play the 8 of Clubs / 10 of Hearts

Television sports caster with a five-decade career of calling major sports events live on air for television broadcasts

Neil Young

Born to play the 8 of Clubs / 10 of Hearts

Canadian singer-songwriter whose work is characterized by his deeply personal lyrics, distinctive guitar work and signature high tenor singing voice


Hassan Rouhani

Born to play the 8 of Clubs / 10 of Hearts

7th and current president of Iran; he is a former academic with a phd in law and an Islamic cleric; he is known for his desire to improve relations with the West, improve personal freedom and improve women's rights

Sammy Sosa

Born to play the 8 of Clubs / 10 of Hearts

Baseball star from the Dominican Republic who was famous for chasing the single season home run record; although he is a career home run leader, he has not been inducted into the baseball hall of fame because of his alleged use of steroids during his career


Tonya Harding

Born to play the 8 of Clubs / 10 of Hearts

US Figure Skating champion who became embroiled in a plot to attack her rival Nancy Kerrigan; as a result of her plea bargain in the case, she was banned for life from skating by the US Figure Skating Association; she went on to have a career in boxing and her story has been the subject of numerous documentaries and films


Rachel Dolezal

Born to play the 8 of Clubs / 10 of Hearts

American former college instructor and activist known for presenting herself as a black woman despite having been born to white parents; her deception fueled a national debate in the United States about racial identity; her critics stated that she committed cultural appropriation and fraud; she asserted that her self-identification is genuine; after the publication of her memoir, she also committed welfare fraud when she told the state that her income was less than $500 per month, but state investigators discovered that book royalties of $83,924 had been deposited into her bank; she avoided trial and jail time by committing to community service


Ryan Gosling

Born to play the 8 of Clubs / 10 of Hearts

Acclaimed Canadian actor who also has his own rock band and is very active in charitable and philanthropic endeavors


Anne Hathaway

Born to play the 8 of Clubs / 10 of Hearts

American actress


Russell Westbrook

Born to play the 8 of Clubs / 10 of Hearts

NBA all-star basketball player who set the single season record for most triple doubles in a season


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Born to play the 8 of Clubs / 10 of Hearts

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