You and your star!
February 6ᵗʰ, 15ᵗʰ, 24rd.
Persons born on February 6ᵗʰ, 15ᵗʰ, 24rd.
Number 6 people in this month.
If you were born on any of the above dates, following the rules of Zodiacal Astrology and my system of Chaldean Numerology, you come under the vibrations of Venus, with Saturn (Negative) in the Sign of Aquarius, Third House of the Triplicity of Air.
The basic foundation of your character and disposition is described in previous pages for persons born in February.
Persons born on February 6ᵗʰ or 15ᵗʰ come under the vibrations of Venus, with Saturn (Negative), while those born on February 24ᵗʰ, being in the “cusp” of the incoming Sign of Pisces, respond to the influences of Venus and Jupiter.
For February 6ᵗʰ and 15ᵗʰ, the Venus quality being more or less dominated by Saturn, we get natures where love and affection mean everything to them, and are yet inclined to be “unlucky” in such matters, chiefly on account of the intensity and “single track” quality of their minds.
Either out of blind trust, or extreme devotion to those they love, they are inclined to give everything they possess to those they care for, whether they are proved to be worthless or otherwise. If, by chance, they do find someone who can appreciate their noble devotion, there is still generally some heavy cross for them to bear. In any case they seldom get the satisfaction in love that they demand.
Very often they either marry beneath their social status, or someone that mentally is their inferior.
Some of the most wonderful examples of love and self-sacrifice I have come across have been born on those dates in February, but in all cases the desire for love has been the dominant chord in their lives.
As a general rule, all the “number six” people born in February have a natural artistic sense. They do well and make a name for themselves in any career that may bring them before the public. In such cases they attract love and affection from the masses and they “love their public.
They care little for the money their art may bring add for that reason they are always tempted to do things on a large scale and in consequence even the most gifted under this planetary combination in February quite often die poor.
An example may be drawn from the life of Sir Henry Irving. There was probably no man who so lived for his public or one who loved his public more. He was born on February 6ᵗʰ and yet, with all his success and fame, died a very poor man. He craved for love and affection which he got from the masses, but his own private life was a tragedy in that respect.
If you were born on the 6ᵗʰ, 15ᵗʰ or 24ᵗʰ of February, you will be much attracted to social life of all kinds.
You have the faculty of making friends easily wherever you go and forming acquaintances with strangers.
You will be adored by inferiors and those who take orders and at the same time you will attract to you persons of high rank, position and wealth.
You will be fond of romantic unusual episodes, will have much influence over your opposite sex, yet have the curious contradiction of being ready to throw aside pleasure for the “call of duty” or for some cause that enlists your support.
You will be a kind of “hero to yourself,” always following an idealistic dream, or some star that leads you onward through the early nights of hardships and disappointments.
And yet you will succeed—of that you need not have a moment’s doubt.
At times you will risk the impossible, feeling in your own heart that to you all things are possible.
Your natural tendency, unless you have an exceptionally strong will, is to love luxury and extravagance and in consequence to run into debt.
As a rule, however, you will be under such a good planetary combination that you will find people willing to come to your assistance and help you out of any hole that your natural generosity has brought you into.
Once your early years are over you will begin to feel the tide of luck running in your favour. You will be likely to do many foolish things in finance and go into many “wild-cat” schemes and yet fall on your feet. You will be likely to gain by public enterprises or to be backed up by the public. You would do well as a company promoter and create a large following for schemes born in your brain. There will, however, always be the danger of over-reaching yourself and meeting at times with heavy financial loss.
You will be endowed with a healthy physical body, have little anxiety about illness, inclined to run risks of exposure to changing climatic conditions and bring danger to yourself by not thinking enough about your own health. The weakest part of your system will be a likelihood of pneumonia, trouble with the bronchial tubes and lungs and over wrought nervous tension.
Your “lucky” number is the “six” and any of its series, and dates such as the 6ᵗʰ, 15ᵗʰ, or 24ᵗʰ would be the best for you to choose for any important matter.
Your most favourable colours are:
All shades of blue from the darkest to the lightest. If born on February24ᵗʰ, you may also use all shades of violet, mauve or violet-purple.
The most important or climacteric years of your life are the 6ᵗʰ, 15ᵗʰ, 24ᵗʰ,33ʳᵈ, 42ⁿᵈ, 51ˢᵗ, 60ᵗʰ, 78ᵗʰ and 87ᵗʰ.
You will find a strong magnetic attraction to persons born on dates making a “six” in any month of the year, such as the 6ᵗʰ, 15ᵗʰ or 24ᵗʰ.
*Sir Henry Irving, often came to consult me during the height of his popularity, but he never could bring himself to believe that he would die a poor man.
**Ramon Novarro, the famous motion picture star, consulted me in Hollywood. Before leaving he wrote in my Visitors’ Book: “To ‘Cheiro,’ with sincere gratitude for having given me back the courage needed to keep on. _Ramon Novarro, Nov. 9ᵗʰ, 1931.”
***I have related in my recently published Memoirs of an interesting dinner I had with Louis Philippe, Duke of Orleans, and Pretender to the Throne of France on board his yacht when we discussed occultism and my System of Numbers together. The Duke was born on February 6ᵗʰ, 1869, a date making the “six” and its series of great importance in his life. He was exiled from France in the year 1887, which, when added produces for its final digit the “six.” He married the Archduchess Maria of Austria in 1896, again making the “number six.” He received an appointment in the English Regiment the 60ᵗʰ Rifles, which was again a “six,” as the zero does not count, and so on during the run of his life.
****I have also related in my Memoirs an amusing experience I had with Sir Ernest Shackleton, the Antarctic Explorer, who came disguised as an Opera singer when he kept his appointment. Born on February 15ᵗʰ, the “number six” held sway over his destiny, even to his sailing on his last ill-fated expedition in 1914, which year again totals to the single number of six.