October 12, Haipai general
House position: Libra 18 degrees – 20 degrees
Constellation: Libra three, the standard air element
People born on October 12 are keen to be the center of attention in the crowd. They are good at dealing with people, and they can get along well in gatherings of ordinary people or the upper class. They are proud of their work achievements and hope to be appreciated by people from all walks of life around them.
People born today have an excellent intuition for managing money. What is unforgettable is that when relatives and friends encounter difficulties, they will always give time or money readily, and will never be stingy or desperate. What is even more rare is that their generous Shanghai style does not give people a sense of charity, so their contributions are more easily accepted and affirmed. However, they themselves cannot accept the help of others with the same mentality. Therefore, for them, how to learn to face giving and taking in life calmly as soon as possible has become an important issue.
Although this group attaches great importance to tradition, they are all non-conservatives in thought, speech or behavior. From all aspects of life, we can see their natural outgoing, playful, and ostentatious characteristics, including unconventional heterosexual relationships, or some behaviors that challenge social norms. For them, the world is a stage, with their own scripts being staged, and they fight for performance space in such a natural way that no one ever thinks they’re funny, just to be noticed.
From another point of view, they must be vigilant against becoming arrogant. Ignore the impact of your actions on others. The result is self-destruction! Although they know the law or social traditions well, they often think that they can avoid being “locked in” by these rules, especially when it comes to private life.
This group is a weird mix of “philanthropic” and “selfish” traits. Their demands on themselves are always overwhelming, often angering their partners. When it comes to love, they are even more “dangerous”. When there is a problem in the relationship, they are often very flexible, and regardless of whether the other party accepts it or not, they will also take “long pain is worse than short pain” as the highest creed to deal with problem.
Outstanding abilities and social knowledge make them people to rely on for their peers, friends and family. However, being able to release power and avoid arbitrariness while being concerned or responsible for the deep needs of others is the biggest challenge they have to face.
Lucky Numbers and Guardians
Those born on October 12 will be influenced by the number 3 (1+2=3) and Jupiter, the symbol of measure. The number 3 is ambitious, even a bit authoritarian, so those born today should avoid being overly arbitrary or aggressive. People who are influenced by number 3 also like to be independent, for example, they will feel more comfortable starting a studio than finding a stable job. Jupiter’s qualities make them optimistic, and Venus (the ruler of Libra) brings them idealistic tendencies.
People born today must not think that they are as strong as an ox, as if they will never get sick! For them, regular health check-ups are necessary health measures, and it is a good idea to find a reliable family doctor to track health! People born today love to enjoy, so you can imagine that their diets are mostly unhealthy, high-calorie and delicious. Moderate daily exercise, if possible, is also a recipe for health, ranging from an easy walk to a more vigorous swim or a game of tennis. Both men and women born today should beware of back, kidney and gastrointestinal problems; as for women, ovaries and bladder problems.
Remember to be observant and pay attention to the feelings of others. Keep the needs of those around you at heart and aspire to give unconditional love.
Luciano Pavarotti, an Italian tenor, became a super idol in the opera and non-opera circles in the late 1980s. After 1990, he sang for the World Cup football three times and swept the global audience.
Japan Film and Television Award Sanada Hiroyuki, represented as the movie “Shu Le” and the TV series “First Broadcast Teacher”.
Ralph Vaughan-Williams, a Welsh-born British composer, most of his creative materials are taken from his own folk songs. His famous works are “Fantasia on a Theme of Thales”, nine symphonies and a series of songs “Wenlock Edge” .
Dick Gregory is an African-American comedian, political activist, and nutrition expert.
New York performing arts artist Carolee Schneemann, filmmaker and author, is the author of Beyond the Flesh.
Hungarian-German conductor and violinist Arthur Nikisch, who often travels to Britain and the United States as a guest conductor, conducts a large number of British works, including chamber music and oratorio.
The twelfth card of the Great Arcane Tarot is “The Hanged Man”, who hangs upside down from a tree on one foot. Although he may seem a little helpless, in fact, he is in charge of the power of contemplation and the spiritual side; therefore, when the card is upright, it means knowing the limits, problem-solving and possessing human qualities; when the card is upside down, it is spiritual Limited and lacks vision.
Is there anything in your life that you really can’t live without if you lose it?
Socially flexible, generous and trustworthy.
Selfishness, love now.