You and your star!
July 6ᵗʰ, 15ᵗʰ, 24ᵗʰ
Persons born on July 6ᵗʰ, 15ᵗʰ, 24ᵗʰ.
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 based on Chaldean Numerology, you come under the vibrations of Venus, Moon and Neptune in the Zodiacal Sign of Cancer, First House of the Water Triplicity.
The basic foundation of your character and disposition is described in preceding pages for persons born in July.
Under the above combination you will have an interesting unusual life, but one in which love, romance and powerful ambition will play a considerable part. You will be kind hearted, generous, impressionable and extremely magnetic, but it is to your ambition to make a success of whatever your career may be that in the end you will owe so much.
You will have a considerable love for mystical things, but you will keep this well under control and not allow any form of idle superstition to gain a hold over you, but at the same time you will be a believer in Fate and feel that “there is a destiny that shapes our ends, rough hew them as we may.”
You will have much love for your family, especially the mother’s side. You will further the interests of relatives in every way and not resent the load they will place on your shoulders. Marriage and your private home life is not likely to be especially fortunate.
In financial matters you will be inclined to be more fortunate than otherwise. You will be lucky with your opposite sex; you will be likely to gain money by marriage, have property left you by legacies or create it by the power of your own mentality.
During your early years you will have an over-abundance of robustness and vitality, but your good health you will be inclined to wreck by over-work and the high nervous tension under which you will be likely to live.
You will be liable to have internal illness such as blockage of the intestines, tumours, appendicitis, hernia and such like complaints, but with the splendid constitution you have as a foundation, all these things could be cured or at least held in check by careful living and simple diet.
The important numbers and dates for persons born on the 6ᵗʰ, 15ᵗʰ or 24ᵗʰ of July are the “sixes,” “twos” and “sevens,” such as the 2ⁿᵈ, 6ᵗʰ, 7ᵗʰ, 11ᵗʰ, 15ᵗʰ, 16ᵗʰ, 20ᵗʰ, 24ᵗʰ, 25ᵗʰ and 29ᵗʰ.
You should endeavour to carry out your plans and engagements on dates making these numbers in any part of the year.
To increase your magnetic vibrations, you should wear the colours of:
Venus: All shades of blue, from the lightest to the darkest.
Moon: Greens, creams and white.
Neptune: All shades of dove-greys and pastel colours.
Your “lucky” jewels are the turquoise, all blue stones, also emeralds.
The most important or climacteric years in your life are the 6ᵗʰ, 15ᵗʰ, 24ᵗʰ, 33ʳᵈ, 42ⁿᵈ, 51ˢᵗ 60ᵗʰ, 69ᵗʰ and 78ᵗʰ.
You will find a magnetic attraction to persons born on dates making a “six” in any part of the year, such as the 6ᵗʰ, 15ᵗʰ, 24ᵗʰ; also on dates making a “three” or “nine” such as the 3ʳᵈ, 9ᵗʰ, 12ᵗʰ, 18ᵗʰ, 21ˢᵗ 27ᵗʰ and 30ᵗʰ, but the “nine” series will not be so favourable.
* I first met Lord Northcliffe when as Alfred Harmsworth, an Irishman, with a capital of only a few hundred pounds, he conceived the brilliant idea of starting a weekly paper under the title of "Answers" which caught on with the British public and became an instant success. This remarkable man was not above coming to interview me himself. The only question he asked was: "What does the future hold for me?" I told him of the successful career that lay before him and of the power and position he would eventually achieve. He had one of the most remarkable "Lines of Head" across his hand that I had, up to then, come across, backed by equally strong lines of individuality and success running up under the base of the fingers on his right hand.
Following “Answers,” in which several articles appeared later about my work, he launched the halfpenny “Daily Mail” in London, Manchester and Paris, the most daring venture in British journalism. From this point on, success followed on success, until finally he became one of the neat figures in English political life, was made a Baronet by King Edward VII in 1904 and later on raised to the Peerage as Lord Northcliffe.