Secrets Behind Feb. 2

Kate Mitchell

Arts and Culture Editor

When people think of the month of February in New England, their instant reaction is to cringe at the thought of impenetrable snow drifts and icy winds. What individuals may not realize is that the month that is commonly associated with miserable weather, slush on the roads, and Valentine’s Day tapping into the bleeding hearts of helpless romantics is that February is proven to yield some pretty extraordinary human beings in regard to birthdays.

Those born on the second day of this month in particular are believed by astrologers to possess high levels of sophistication and elegance. Hence, those brought into the world on Feb. 2 are said to be born on what is identified as “The Day of Class.” The meditation for those who affiliate with this day states that the simplest tastes are often the most elegant, meaning that it is the flawless, undemanding nature of these individuals that enable them to possess such grace.

The number that takes specific significance in the lives of those that have this birthday is the number two. Astrology claims that those who are ruled by the number two are known to make good co-workers and partners in both the professional and personal world, but choose to stand back when it comes to taking on a leadership role. This willingness to step away from positions of leadership allow more socially detached individuals born on Feb. 2 to flourish in their jobs and relationships.

On another matter, the moon plays an integral role and symbol in the lives of people born on this day. The moon’s power can often become a restraint on an individual’s initiative and motivation to act, often resulting in frustration. However, when the forces of the moon combine with the Uranian qualities that rule Aquarius, the mixture often yields highly evolved individuals with powerful and unusual original impulses.

Individuals who share this birthday tend to be innovative, dynamic, and original. However, wherever strengths are found, there are always weaknesses known to follow. Accordingly, those born on “The Day of Class” falter are often insulated, aloof, and can become dispassionate.

The tarot card that rules of Feb. 2 is the High Priestess, who is depicted standing between two pillars in front of a veil that separates the spiritual realm from the real world. She is known as a symbol of intellectualism, spirituality, intuition, and secretiveness. The book she holds in her hands represents her wisdom and higher learning. The Priestess is considered to be calm and impenetrable, with her favorable qualities including intuition and discretion. However, the negative traits associated with the Priestess are secretiveness and mistrust.

So while New Englanders often recoil at the visions of ice, snow, and wind that February ruthlessly unleashes each year, it is refreshing to keep in mind that while the month itself administers a harsh climate, it also produces extraordinary individuals who represent grace and class.

On Sun, Jan 29, 2017 at 8:20 PM, Mitchell, Katherine <kmitchell489@g.rwu.edu> wrote:
When people think of the month of February in New England, their instant reaction is to cringe at the thought of impenetrable snow drifts and icy winds. What individuals may not realize is that the month that is commonly associated with miserable weather, slush on the roads, and paying homage to the tradition of Valentine’s Day that taps into the bleeding hearts of helpless romantics, is that February is proven to yield some pretty extraordinary human beings in regard to birthdays.

Those born on the second day of this month in particular are believed by astrologers to possess high levels of sophistication and elegance. Hence, those brought into the world on February 2nd are said to be born on what is identified as “The Day of Class”. The meditation for those who affiliate with this day states that the simplest tastes are often the most elegant, meaning that it is the flawless undemanding nature of these individuals that enable them to possess such grace.

The number that takes specific significance in the lives of those that have this birthday is the number two. Astrology claims that those who are ruled by the number two are known to make good co-workers and partners in both the professional and personal world, but choose to stand back when it comes to taking on a leadership role. This willingness to step away from positions of leadership allow more socially detached February 2 individuals to flourish in their jobs and relationships.

On another matter, the moon plays an integral role and symbol of the lives of people born on this day. The moon’s power can often become a restraint on an individual’s initiative and motivation to act, often resulting in frustration. However, when the forces of the moon combine with the Uranian qualities that rule Aquarius, the mixture often yield highly evolved individuals with powerful and unusual original impulses.

The strengths of individuals who share this birthday are that they are innovative, dynamic, and original. However, wherever strengths are found, there are always weaknesses known to follow. The areas in which those born on “The Day of Class” falter is that they are often insulated, aloof, and can become dispassionate.

The tarot card that rules of February 2nd is the High Priestess, who is depicted standing between two pillars in front of a veil that separates the spiritual realm from the real world. She is known as a symbol of intellectualism, spirituality, intuition, and secretiveness. The book she holds in her hands represents her wisdom and higher learning. The Priestess is considered to be calm and impenetrable, with her favorable qualities being since, intuition, and discretion. However, the negative traits associated with the Priestess are secretiveness and mistrust.

So while New Englanders often recoil at the visions of ice, snow, and wind that February ruthlessly unleashes each year, it is refreshing to keep in mind that while the month itself administers a harsh climate, it also produces extraordinary individuals who represent grace and class.

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