Happy Birthday

October 30th


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 October 30th, it means you are born to play the 5 of Hearts with a 9 of Hearts personality.

The 5 of Hearts is the primary pattern of your life. It is like your Avatar. It's your entrance token to the game of your life.

The 9 of Hearts is the secondary pattern of your life. It reflects your outward personality and may rule your behavior.

Famous people born on October 30th

All of these people share your cards to play. Like you, they were born to play the 5 of Hearts overlaid with a 9 of Hearts personality.

Notice the recurring themes in their lives.


Christopher Columbus

Born to play the 5 of Hearts / 9 of Hearts

Although his actual birth date could be anywhere from Oct 26-31, historians tend to consider October 30th his birthday; this is interesting since today has the Source Cards that most fit his life story; he went to sea at a young age, looking for adventure and later used his charisma to successfully persuaded the Spanish monarchs to fund his own voyages across the ocean; his voyages across the horizon opened up the "New World" and began the process of globalization; in the "New World" he established colonies and set himself up as governor; however, due to his mistreatment of the "natives" and mismanagement of resources, he was relieved of his post and briefly imprisoned back in Spain; after his death, his reputation revived and for most of history, he has been hailed as a hero; recently public sentiment has turned against him again and he is seen as a brutal colonizer and destroyer of indigenous populations


John Adams

Born to play the 5 of Hearts / 9 of Hearts

Founding Father of America and 2nd President of the United States; during the revolution, he played a leading role in persuading Congress to declare independence; he also helped Thomas Jefferson, his friend, draft the Declaration of Independence; as president, however, he encountered fierce opposition to his policies from both Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson; he did not win a 2nd term as president but did later mend his friendship with Thomas Jefferson



Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge

Born to play the 5 of Hearts / 9 of Hearts

Pianist and patron of the arts; her most successful and innovative idea was to partner with the Library of Congress to establish the 500-seat Coolidge auditorium in Washington DC, which continues to host chamber music to this day


Ezra Pound

Born to play the 5 of Hearts / 9 of Hearts

American poet and ex-pat who lived and worked in Europe; he is credited with developing the early modernist movement in poetry; he notably influenced just about every major writer in the early 20th century; of his sweeping influence, Ernest Hemingway wrote that for a writer "not being influenced by Pound would be like passing through a great blizzard and not feeling its cold;" his political views have left a controversial stain on his legacy, however; he became disillusioned with Capitalism and as a result, embraced the national socialism of both Hitler and Mussolini; he was eventually arrested by US troops in 1945 and imprisoned for treason, but was instead sent to a psychiatric institution for 12 years; in his depressed later years, he recanted his anti-semitism and support for the Nazis


Dickinson W. Richards

Born to play the 5 of Hearts / 9 of Hearts

American physician who won the 1956 Nobel Prize for the characterization of a number of cardiac diseases as well as for the development of cardiac catheterization, which allows for diagnostic and intervention procedures for the heart 


Grace Slick

Born to play the 5 of Hearts / 9 of Hearts

American singer-songwriter with the band Jefferson Airplane; she was a key figure in San Francisco's early psychedelic music scene in the mid-1960s and was the singer of hits such the "White Rabbit" "Somebody to Love” and “We Build This City;” her live performance at Woodstock in 1969 is considered to be one of the highlights of the entire legendary music festival


Henry Winkler

Born to play the 5 of Hearts / 9 of Hearts

American actor who for a generation of people is best known simply as “The Fonz” the ultra-cool, ultra-hip, lovable character he portrayed on the 1970s American television series Happy Days; and it’s not just a persona — off-camera, he is known as one of the nicest, most genuine men in all of Hollywood


Diego Maradona

Born to play the 5 of Hearts / 9 of Hearts

Argentine football legend who is one of the most famous, talented and controversial football players in history; he captained the Argentine team to win the 1986 World Cup during which he famously scored an illegal goal by using his hand to punch the ball in, a goal which he would later call the "Hand of God;" in his post football career, he has caused controversy for his drug abuse, political views and his financial problems; nevertheless he remains a football icon for many around the world


Larry Wilmore

Born to play the 5 of Hearts / 9 of Hearts

American comedian, writer, producer


Gavin Rossdale

Born to play the 5 of Hearts / 9 of Hearts

English guitarist and actor, best known as the lead singer of the rock band Bush; in one of their hit songs “Glycerine” he sings, “I’m never alone. I’m alone all the time. Are you at one? Or do you lie? We live in a wheel where everyone steals, and we rise, it’s like Strawberry Fields. I’ve treated you bad. I bruised my face. Could have loved you more — you’ve got a beautiful taste."


Ivanka Trump

Born to play the 5 of Hearts / 9 of Hearts

Businesswoman, former model, and advisor to her father and former president, Donald Trump; she is known for her philanthropic efforts; she converted to Judaism to marry to her husband Jared Kushner


Nastia Liukin

Born to play the 5 of Hearts / 9 of Hearts

Russian-born American former artistic gymnast who was the 2008 Olympic All-Around champion and won five Olympic medals overall in her career; in her career, she has also won nine World Championships medals


Devin Booker

Born to play the 5 of Hearts / 9 of Hearts

American professional basketball player who is the youngest player to score over 60 points in a game; he is also the youngest player in NBA history with consecutive 50-point games


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Born to play the 5 of Hearts / 9 of Hearts

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

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