Happy Birthday

September 2nd


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 September 2nd, it means you are born to play the 9 of Diamonds with a 7 of Spades personality.

The 9 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 7 of Spades is the secondary pattern of your life. It reflects your outward personality and may rule your behavior.

Famous people born on September 2nd

All of these people share your cards to play. Like you, they were born to play the 9 of Diamonds overlaid with a 7 of Spades personality.

Notice the recurring themes in their lives.


A. G. Spalding

Born to play the 9 of Diamonds / 7 of Spades

Baseball pitcher from 1871-1878 who first set a trend of wearing a glove as a player; when he retired, he co-founded the Spalding Sporting Goods Company; he also organized the National League of baseball and "was thus involved in the transformation of baseball from a game of gentlemen athletes into a business and a professional sport;" he commissioned a study on the origins of the game of baseball and he also wrote the game's first official rulebook



Frederick Soddy

Born to play the 9 of Diamonds / 7 of Spades

British Nobel Prize winner for contributions to the chemistry of radioactive substances and for proving the existence of isotopes of certain radioactive elements


Andrew Grove

Born to play the 9 of Diamonds / 7 of Spades

One of the founders and the CEO of Intel Corporation who helped transform the company into the world's largest manufacturer of semiconductors; in 1997, Time magazine chose him as "Man of the Year" for being "the person most responsible for the amazing growth in the power and the innovative potential of microchips"


Peter Ueberroth

Born to play the 9 of Diamonds / 7 of Spades

Commissioner of the 1984 Summer Olympic Games in Los Angeles, which was boycotted by the Soviets and yet still was the first Summer Olympics since 1932 to make a profit


Jimmy Connors

Born to play the 9 of Diamonds / 7 of Spades

Tennis champion who won eight Grand Slam singles titles and played in 15 total; he also won 109 ATP-listed singles titles, more than any other male player in the open era, and is widely considered to be one of the greatest players of all time; post-tennis, he tried his hand at many ventures including being a day-time game-show host and riverboat gambling casinos; none of those ventures panned out and he now works as a spokesman for a cannabis company


Keanu Reeves

Born to play the 9 of Diamonds / 7 of Spades

Canadian-born actor who starred in such cultural iconic and blockbuster Hollywood movies as The Matrix, John Wick, Speed, and Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure; he is known for tragedy in his personal life: his first and only child was still-born and then shortly afterwards, his partner (the woman who gave birth to the still-born child) was killed in a car accident


Lennox Lewis

Born to play the 9 of Diamonds / 7 of Spades

The most recent undisputed world heavyweight boxing champion; early in his career, he struggled to achieve popularity and respect, but he is now considered one of the greatest of all time; he is also an avid chess player and has funded after-school chess programs for disadvantaged youth


Salma Hayek

Born to play the 9 of Diamonds / 7 of Spades

Acclaimed Mexican and American film actress, director and producer; known for her spiritual beliefs, she has studied at Ramtha's School of Enlightenment; she married a French billionaire mogul with whom they have one child together


Terry Bradshaw

Born to play the 9 of Diamonds / 7 of Spades

Iconic American football quarterback who now works as a football analyst; as a player, he was a legend; he was known for his toughness and for often playing his best in the biggest games; he led his team to four Super Bowl wins, a record at the time; after career ended, he disclosed that he had frequently experienced anxiety attacks after games; the problem worsened after his third divorce, when he said he "could not bounce back" as he had after the previous divorces or after a bad game; in addition to anxiety attacks, his symptoms included weight loss, frequent crying, and sleeplessness; he was diagnosed with clinical depression; he suffered intense anxiety about appearing in any public situation that was not the controlled environment of a network studio; he also spoke out about his time as a player saying that his coach belittled him constantly and what he really wanted instead was positive reinforcement

Your Name Goes Here

Born to play the 9 of Diamonds / 7 of Spades

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

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