Kate Hudson 2
19 April 1979 10:51 AM Los Angeles CA, USA
Sun 29° Aries 07' , ASC 25°00 Moonchild - Cancer
Moon 29° Capricorn 18', MC 12° Aries 49'
Destiny Path: 22
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A Little Bit of Heaven
Kate Hudson, Gael García Bernal, Kathy Bates, Whoopi Goldberg
22 is the practical idealist who has seen the vision of 11 [mystic, dreamer, electrical and broadcasting] and has the power to put it to practical, tangible use—for the benefit of mankind. She is the Material Master, who conceives tremendous plans and achieves tremendous results.
left, Kate chatting with Jay Leno
22 wants to be the perfect builder—for the god and security of all. Realization of the goal begins with a foundation that is firm whenever a new project has been approved for action.
Loves form, but wants it perfectly constructed, for use. Realizes the necessity for practicality in a practical world. The organization style is to divide a large project into smaller ones in order to guarantee all jobs are easy to handle.
Is POWER to the nth degree and Master of every situation.
Is respected and looked up to and never betrays a confidence.
Stands for the ideal realized.
Is the true Master-Builder—building for eternity.
Has her eyes on the stars but her feet on the ground.
Has the leadership of 1, the kindness of 2, the imagination of 3, the patience of 4, the freedom and progress of 5, the balance of 6, the spirituality of 7, the executive power of 8, the love of humanity of 9, the vision of 11—united in her super-human 22.
Above are general notes lifted from the pages of several numerology reference books by the authors Florence Campbell, Curtiss, Jean Simpson, and others.
Vincent Lopez: The 22 is a master number and indicates a departure from the average mode of human existence. Many adventuresome experiences may be met by you, even weird clashes with psychic phenomena. Then keep your mental balance and keep your feet on the ground. Your mission in life is to help humanitarian causes, to work for the public good rather than for selfish ulterior motives and personal aggrandizement.
Sun Sign Aries Cardinal Fire Ruler: Mars-Ares
From Manly P. Hall
ARIES (Those born March 21—April 19)
There is something of the inevitable about the life and thought of the Aries people. There is indomitable purpose behind them. They are seldom defeated because they will not recognize defeat. Supplied normally with abundant energy, powerful constitution, and considerable personal courage, they are prepared for effort and strife and will ultimately win the goal they strive for unless a certain mental narrowness stands in their way.
Being under the rulership of the planet Mars, this sign is imbued with all that we call martial, and expresses its energy in constructive progress or destructive conquest according to type… Their whole lives may be dedicated to pursuits which have as their final end the improvement or education of mankind. They are active fighters and for the most part have a high standard of integrity.
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Taken from a 20th Century Deck: The New Tarot
The Tarot for the Aquarian Age
The Fool Becomes The Nameless One
The Nameless One is the Tarot, for he/she is the Tarot, for he/she is the container-resolver, and is the author of the scrolls she carries, which is the Tarot or the Book of T [Thoth]. Furthermore, she bears the signature T, which stands for Thoth-Tehuti and for the Tarot; also the T is the cross of initiation. The T on the Book of the Nameless One plainly says that Thoth-Tehuti is the author of these Books and is synonymous with the Nameless One.
Thoth-Tehuti’s hieroglyph is T’i. Thoth-Tehuti, one of the oldest of the gods, was the chief friend of man in Egypt and he was the Moon god who measured time. He, along with Osiris, weighed the heart and balanced the scales in the ritual of the Book of the Dead. Thoth-Tehuti, also known as Truth, was the one who invented the alphabet and he was the scribe of the gods.
Therefore Thoth-Tehuti is the Nameless One who reads the scrolls that he himself has written as he leaves the desert and the pit of bones behind him and steps towards verdant, flower-filled fields, or the fields of Life. The desert represents death; and the pit of bones was the precipice into which, as the fool, the Nameless One fell again and again.
Who is the nameless One?
Who may name the unnamable?
He is the One and the One is nameless.
The Nameless One enters the field; and by asking the question “Who am I?” he commences the journey that will lead him to the Knower, the Self. However, he already knows and contains his goal. He contains all from the beginning. Furthermore, he wears the amethyst band of initiation on his forward leg; therefore is an initiate, which is to say a Knower.
Formerly, the Nameless One was the Fool. And doubtless it was the Fool, the zero of the old deck, who asked the question “Who am I?” and thus became the Nameless One.
For the Fool very certainly did not know who he was and assumed himself to be that which he was not and that was why he fell into the precipice to be consumed by the crocodile. A prey to delusion, he had no center and lived in the world of externals.
In the medieval decks, the Fool, sometimes masked, is depicted as wearing the belled, capped garments of the typical court fool, and he carries a bag upon his back which shows that he is a rootless wanderer. We do not know what the bag contains, but it undoubtedly contains all his belongings and may contain the entire pack of the Tarot which he has not read. He is fleeing headlong towards a precipice which h fails too see, pursued by a dog which is attacking him.
In early times, the precursor of the Fool was deemed in the garments of the King and, as the King, met death at the hands of the populace. This was a symbolic death for the King. The Fool may easily have mistaken the King’s garments for reality and thought he was indeed a King. That is why he was a Fool. A Fool is one who is deceived. He is “fooled.”
The Fool was a lost wanderer, meaning he had no center within himself. He had not found himself. He did not know who he was. Reality to him consisted of externals. That is why he was deceived as to his role. He failed to pay attention to reality as it was, in the here and now. The dog, detecting him for a falsity, knowing him to be not the King* but one masquerading, drove him over the cliff unto his death. This is one way of interpreting the symbol. The meaning of this is, of course, universal. A man who believes in externals and has no true center within himself and does not even know who he is is doomed to Death. He is a Fool.
Thus was the Fool driven unto death through the gates of illusion—or through misunderstanding the nature of reality, of his own being. He misunderstands reality, falls prey to maya or illusion, mainly because he does not know who or what he is.
The Fool, the zero of the older Tarot, was often mistakenly compared to the Christ. But the Christ, although dressed in mock garments as the King of the Jews, was no Fool. The Christ, however, still was the Zero card, moving the entire deck a step ahead with his cosmic understanding.
The Nameless One of the Book of T suffers from no illusion or delusion. He has climbed out of the pit into which the Fool fell, and has left the desert, death, behind him. He has been reborn and now steps towards flower-filled fields or the springtime of Life. He wears no garment; he is naked. His only ornamentation is the purple band.
He is carrying two scrolls. He is reading them in the present Now. One of the scrolls is folded; the other unfolded. It is possible that the folded scroll, in his right hand, is the scroll he will unfold to read at the next turn of the spiral—or at the time when the present cycle is completed and the next set of Tarot symbols is given.
In the notes accompanying the description of the Tarot Books, the following was written regarding the scrolls:
“The rosetta stone is rolled away from the tomb of the dead king. The tomb is empty save for the living child. A burden is lifted** and a free soul flies onward. Yellow eyes, unblinking, have numbered the years. Thru the portal enters the recorder to the chamber of scrolls. He goes in aloneness, he unfolds the past. That which is writ, he wrote. It is read now and, rewritten, the scrolls are wrapped again. He leaves the chamber and seals the portal. The wheel turns a revolution.” The scrolls that the recorder, the Thoth-Tehuti, the Nameless One, himself wrote, have been re-written and are now being read.
One trots an obedient cat-dog, a combination creature who is a transmutation of the dog or cat who formerly pursued the Fool and resulted in his death. Who is this cat-dog? The instincts and passions, which formerly drove him, now, tamed, docilely accompany him upon his way, neither leading him nor chasing him. The cat-dog also represents the female-male aspects of his nature, or the former duality, now oned and tamed. Along the path of the Nameless...
Over the head of the Nameless One hovers the Spider—the Cosmic Spider or Great Mother who spins the web of Destiny. She hangs by a thread from a giant web which we do not see. Who or what is the Spider? The Spider, although clearly separate from the Nameless One, is also part of him and indispensable to him. One gets the impression that the Spider is enormously sentient and aware and that the Nameless One senses through every one of its tentacles or legs. The Spider does not appear to be sinister; rather it is protective. The Spider is the Nameless One’s constant connection with the Divine and with the Web of the Universal Spinning--or with the entire Manifestation of the One Being*** . Thus in the Book of the Nameless One there is a hint that there is a One beyond the One or the Self, and that there is a constant flow of connection between the two. There is, however, no feeling of duality. Rather there is a feeling of a great dimension of Beingness behind Being.
The Cosmic Spider, spinner of the Web of Destiny, is directly connected with the Royal Maze, whose meaning is Destiny, which appears later. The Tarot is Destiny. Destiny is the manifestation of the Tarot. And what is Destiny?
Destiny is always NOW. Destiny is the motion of the One or the One in Motion-The One (or the Nameless One) who is always writing. And while the past is contained in the Now, the Now is forever Now and is not pre-ordained except in terms of that which the One enacts from within – now.
Another way of expressing the connection between the Nameless One and the Spider is to say that the Nameless One is the Spider or the Spinner of the Web of Destiny. And the Spider is Desire, or that within the One which is the cause of the Manifestation and therefore is forever.
There is a mystery implicit in the Spider. Later the symbol of the Spider is re-expressed by the Feeler, the Prime-Mover, in which the Spider appears as the constellation of Cancer, the Crab, over the Feeler’s head.
Thus it is hinted, in the Book of the Nameless One, that the Spider, Desire, is the Prime-Mover.
The Spider is also connected with the Mother, the Creator, and its thread is the umbilical cord connecting it with the infinite Womb.
But the Nameless One is not lost nor entangled in the Web of Destiny. Its thread may be his way of unwinding the passageways of the castles of the Moon in the labyrinth of the Royal Maze once he comes to it; and, indeed, the Cosmic Spider is that which has led him to write the Royal Maze Book, Destiny, for his own unraveling.
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