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November 5ᵗʰ, 14ᵗʰ, 23nd


Persons born on November 5ᵗʰ, 14ᵗʰ, 23nd.

Number 5 people in this month.


If you were born on any of the above dates in November, following the rules of Zodiacal Astrology and my system based on Chaldean Numerology, you come under the vibration of Mercury and Mars in the Zodiacal Sign of Scorpio, Second House of the Triplicity of Water.                                                      

The basic foundation of your character and disposition is described in preceding pages for persons born in November.


Mercury in this House of Mars (Negative) will make you very quick-witted with considerable mental ability, great capacity for organization and good judgment regarding your fellow-beings. You will be keen, shrewd and inclined to be suspicious and mistrustful of others, but likely to make money by unusual methods or in some class of profession or career rather out of the ordinary run.                                                                            

You will have a deep love of art and beauty and will be highly gifted in all imaginative work.


You will be much attracted to your opposite sex, have many love affairs but be rather changeable and inconstant in your affections, none of these “affairs “making any deep or lasting effect on your nature. In consequence of your disposition, you would do better not to marry, or at least until past middle life.         

You are inclined to be restless, to travel as much as possible if your circumstances will permit it, and to have many changes of residence.




Persons born on the dates mentioned are likely to be very fortunate in money matters; at least in streaks of good luck; but owing to the combination of Mars they are disposed to be disruptive and not likely to keep what they gain.




If you were born on one of these dates in November, you will be liable to run the whole gamut of children’s ailments during your early years, but later you will be of the “wiry type,” quickly throwing off illness, but always keyed up to high nervous tension.                                                                                  

Being easily irritated and annoyed, especially over little things, you will at times show a violent temper which will act as a poison in your system. You will have, on the whole, a rather healthy life, but the likelihood is of some sudden ending to your life without any lengthy illness.                                           

If you were born on the 5ᵗʰ, 14ᵗʰ or 23ʳᵈ of November, your important numbers will come under the series of “fives" and “nines" and dates in any month such as the 5ᵗʰ, 9ᵗʰ, 14ᵗʰ, 18ᵗʰ, 23ʳᵈ and 27ᵗʰ.         

The colours most fortunate for you are all light shades, such as white, creams or silvery glistening materials, also crimson, reds and rose; but in your case these should be of the softer tints.


Your “lucky” jewels are diamonds, all light glittering ornaments, also rubies, garnets and all red stones.


The most important or climacteric years in your life are the 5ᵗʰ, 9ᵗʰ, 14ᵗʰ, 18ᵗʰ, 23ʳᵈ, 27ᵗʰ, 32ⁿᵈ, 36ᵗʰ, 41ˢᵗ, 45ᵗʰ, 50ᵗʰ, 58ᵗʰ, 63ʳᵈ, 68ᵗʰ and 72ⁿᵈ.


You will be to a certain extent, attracted to people born in the series of the “five” and “nine,” such as persons born on the 5ᵗʰ, 9ᵗʰ, 14ᵗʰ, 18ᵗʰ, 23ʳᵈ, 27ᵗʰ in any month of the year.


*  "Robert Hichens, the brilliant author of "The Garden of Allah," and other remarkable novels, one of my first clients when I started in London, wrote in my Visitors’ Book: “I have never met with anyone whose exposition of my life and character was so minute and so extraordinarily accurate as ‘Cheiro’. (Signed) Robert S. Hichens"

** Richard Croker called “The Boss of Tammany Hall,” New York, on one ofhis visits to London was sent to consult me by Mr. W. T. Stead, editor ofthe “Review of Reviews.” When he called on me he was the supreme head of that political organization that practically ruled New York in those days (1896-1897). I told him he was "at the parting of the ways,” about to relinquish his command to another and exchange his active life for one of quietness and peace, to live like some countrysquire, breed horses and perhaps win the Derby. He evidently had no intention of doing any such thing and told me so very bluntly as he scratched the name of Richard Croker across a page in my Visitors’ Book.

It was only a year later that he surprised everyone by leaving New York, and buying an estate in Ireland, where he bred the winner of the Derby and won the blue riband of the English Turf with “Orby.”

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