Happy Birthday

November 3rd


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Because you are born on the date of November 3rd, it means you are born to play the 4 of Diamonds with a 6 of Clubs personality.

The 4 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 6 of Clubs is the secondary pattern of your life. It reflects your outward personality and may rule your behavior.

Famous people born on November 3rd

All of these people share your cards to play. Like you, they were born to play the 4 of Diamonds overlaid with a 6 of Clubs personality.

Notice the recurring themes in their lives.


Stephen F. Austin

Born to play the 4 of Diamonds / 6 of Clubs

Founder of the Republic of Texas for whom the state capital is named; based on a grant from the Spanish-colonial-Mexican government to establish a province, he persuaded 300 families from Virginia to move with him and colonize the area; he is known for introducing slavery to the area despite the objections of the newly independent Mexican government who had outlawed slavery in their new nation; he is also known for his ruthless removal of the indigenous populations of the area; he then led the Texas army in a revolt against the Mexican government to establish the independence of the new republic


Takamine Jōkichi

Born to play the 4 of Diamonds / 6 of Clubs

Japanese-American biochemist who isolated adrenaline (epinephrine), the first pure hormone isolated from natural sources; he thus owned the first patent on a microbial enzyme in the US; from licensing his patents he became a millionaire and started his own social club in Manhattan; derivations of his first name have been used to name other hormones like dopamine



Wilfred Trotter

Born to play the 4 of Diamonds / 6 of Clubs

Pioneering British surgeon who was also interested in social psychology; he popularized the term "herd instinct"


William George Barker

Born to play the 4 of Diamonds / 6 of Clubs

Canadian WW I Air Force pilot who is the most decorated serviceman in the history of Canada; despite all the accolades for his gallantry, he struggled with his physical injuries from the war and also struggled with alcoholism


André Malraux

Born to play the 4 of Diamonds / 6 of Clubs

French novelist known for his award-winning book Man's Fate


Bronko Nagurski

Born to play the 4 of Diamonds / 6 of Clubs

Symbol of power American football during the 1930s; best remembered for his bull-like running, but was also an excellent blocker and tackler


Charles Bronson

Born to play the 4 of Diamonds / 6 of Clubs

American actor known for playing tough-guy roles


Amartya Sen

Born to play the 4 of Diamonds / 6 of Clubs

Indian Nobel Prize winning economist known for his contributions to welfare economics, social choice theory, economic and social justice, economic theories of famines, and indexes of the measure of well-being of citizens of developing countries


Larry Holmes

Born to play the 4 of Diamonds / 6 of Clubs

World Heavyweight Boxing Champion


Anna Wintour

Born to play the 4 of Diamonds / 6 of Clubs

Editor-in-Chief of US Vogue since 1988; during this period she revived the magazine, making it and herself one of the most influential voices in fashion; known for her trademark page-boy bob haircut, for her keen eye in fashion trends and her tyrannical, demanding style of management with earned her the nickname "Nuclear Wintour;" the tell-all book loosely based on her character, written by her former assistant was titled The Devil Wears Prada; even her staunchest critics acknowledge, however, how she single-handedly revived and ran an empire


Roseanne Barr

Born to play the 4 of Diamonds / 6 of Clubs

American stand-up comedienne and star of her own sitcom; at one-time, she was the second highest paid woman in the entertainment industry behind only Oprah; known for her fierce, no-frills working class persona and her insistence on portraying a real human being who really struggles with heroic determination; in 2018, reruns from her hit show were cancelled after she made a racially-charged tweet; it wasn't her first public act that was considered "disgraceful" however: in 1990, when performing "The Star-Spangled Banner" at a nationally televised baseball game, she sang it in a deliberately disrespectful manner, grabbed her groin, and spat


Colin Kaepernick

Born to play the 4 of Diamonds / 6 of Clubs

NFL football star who became a national figure in 2016 when he began kneeling on one knee during the singing of the national anthem, "The Star-Spangled Banner" as a protest against police brutality and racial injustice in America; his actions were hugely controversial and ignited a national debate; it meant that after six seasons in the NFL, no team wanted to hire him, which numerous analysts attributed to political reasons; he filed a grievance against the NFL and its owners, accusing them of colluding to keep him out of the league but withdrew the grievance after reaching a confidential settlement with the NFL


Kendall Jenner

Born to play the 4 of Diamonds / 6 of Clubs

Model and TV personality who rose to fame in the reality series "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" and has gone on to be one of the highest paid models in the world and one of the most influential people on social media


Your Name Goes Here

Born to play the 4 of Diamonds / 6 of Clubs

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

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