We found 22 connections between you and Clyde. If you are in love, it's easy to assume the feelings are mutual, but it's not always so. We can fall in love at first sight, but true love tends to emerge over time. There are varying levels of passion, intimacy, and commitment. Discovering the dimensions of your relationship gives you an exclusive opportunity to predict how your relationships will unfold in the future. Does the first spark of passion have a chance to turn into something more beautiful, unique, and long-lasting? It depends on how deep your connections with another person are. Some of them are spiritual or karmic; they connect us on a subconscious level. Others work on the physical plane; they are based on our childhood patterns, ideas of likeness, and social measures.
Attraction index: 1.85
Intensity index: 2.19
Attraction & Intensity
Attraction Index evaluates a scope of qualities you find attractive in each other. From physical attractiveness and behavior to a spectrum of psychological traits and features, your score represents the chemistry or spark that motivated you to be with another person, and them with you. As a rule of thumb, the attraction is necessary but not sufficient for defining true love.
Intensity Index outlines the challenges. Detailed investigation of connections determines which areas of your life are affected the most. It can be sexual intensity, strong desire to dominate, criticism, or deep contradictions in beliefs and lifestyles. While intense passion may work to your benefit, there are some levels of intensity people find difficult to accept. Jealousy, for example, can ruin relationships. Desire to manipulate can tear your safety net. You can be intensely in love for many years, but it shouldn't limit your independence.
People with more than fifteen links between them have their scores higher than someone with five connections or less. As a rule, relationships with high-attraction and low-Intensity scores have more chances to survive in the long run and to bring more positive energy and mutual understanding. The excess of intense connections between people leads to break-ups and conflicts. Keep in mind that the level of intensity depends on your personal preferences and traits. Passionate people prefer more intense relationships; they are quickly bored with perfections. Others are looking for a harmonious and caring environment. If you research your previous relationships in-depth, you will discover the Attraction and Intensity Scores that fit you the best.
Meeting someone is never an accident, no matter how long your relationship lasts. There are always lessons, challenges, and virtues. It's easy to see in your compatibility chart, what brought you together in this lifetime and how enjoyable or challenging your relationships are meant to be. If you are aiming for long-term relationships, look for family and benefits indexes. Special connections give you a sense of pre-destined call. Lessons and challenges highlight the problematic aspects that may work for your advantage in the long-run. Intensity adds an edge, while criticism in high doses can make or break your trust.
Bonnie Parker and Clyde were dating for 4 years (from 1930 to 1934). Bonnie and Clyde were well-known outlaws, robbers, and criminals who traveled the Central United States with their gang during the Great Depression. Their exploits captured the attention of the American public during the "public enemy era" between 1931 and 1934. Though known today for his dozen-or-so bank robberies, Barrow in fact preferred to rob small stores or rural gas stations. The gang is believed to have killed at least nine police officers and committed several civilian murders. The couple themselves were eventually ambushed and killed in Louisiana by law officers. Their reputation was cemented in American pop folklore by Arthur Penn's 1967 film Bonnie and Clyde.
There are several versions of the story describing Bonnie's and Clyde's first meeting, but the most credible version indicates that Bonnie Parker met Clyde Barrow in January 1930 at a friend's house. Parker was out of work and was staying in West Dallas to assist a girl friend with a broken arm. Barrow dropped by the girl's house while Parker was supposedly in the kitchen making hot chocolate.
When they met, both were smitten immediately; most historians believe Parker joined Barrow because she was in love. She remained a loyal companion to him as they carried out their crime spree and awaited the violent deaths they viewed as inevitable.
Connections: Life vs. Spiritual
You have a higher percentage of mundane connections, meaning new experiences outweigh your karmic pasts. With this combination, it's essential to see if you have challenging aspects of your relationships with Clyde Barrow inside your mundane scope. Since you don't have enough subconscious backup from your previous lives memories, challenges may feel more acute, and it will take more dedication and effort to bypass any roadblocks. It might be necessary to make sure you and Clyde Barrow are from a similar age and social class; otherwise, it may cause friction and significantly reduce your chances of acceptance.
Forward, Reverse and Mutual Connections
According to your score, you invest 27.27% more energy into your relationships than he is. Not all connections are about love and acceptance. The way you feel about different aspects can range from feeling safe and loved to fearful and vulnerable, but by all means, you care. If you get too focused on who owes who what and why you may start feeling resentful. Try not to lose track of your real goal.
Birthday: October 1, 1910
In old metaphysical studies, the number Eight is associated with Saturn - father, and superstitiously counted as a symbol of Evil. Number Eight is made of two circles - one for a man and one - for God. Together these two circles create the symbol of infinity. Today we know, that 8 is the number of the Sun (and therefore the God), and that Saturn is not the embodiment of evil.
Eight of Diamonds have the freedom of choice in the highest degree. They can choose any destiny they want and be as great as they want. Their birth card is probably the most successful cards of all. Eight of Diamonds are very independent, at times domineering and exacting. They are active and willing to work while being unremarkably conscious of their position of rulership. They are true leaders who usually find themselves in the position of authority in any chosen field.
Values naturally direct the Eight of Diamonds, and they know exactly what things and people worth. In all cases, their great power is used or misused. They can be philanthropic or misers, universal-minded or self-servers. They manifest the creative principle, closely associated with the resurrection and the certainty of rebirth. Theirs is the ability to conquer all enemies and to overcome all obstacles. They are usually aware of their high role and responsibility and willing to take it to the full extent. People naturally trust them, and for a reason - Eight of Diamonds are the best guardians and wise conserve of values. They serve honestly and faithfully, often at their own expense.
Children born the Eight of Diamonds should be raised carefully, given soft guidance and spiritual foundation. These kids are determined and will rebel against strict rules and unfair formalities. Developing spirituality and high principles are mandatory. Otherwise, they can become bullies, and grow into ruthless dictators. The main pitfall of the Eight Of Diamonds - love of power and love of money that enhances it. They may be thrown completely out of balance by worshiping the golden calf. This can bring them success, but separate them from friends and love, they so desperately need. Their place is already high, and they have the strength to keep up with it.
All opportunities in life are at their feet. Their achievements depend only on heights they impose on themselves. Many presidents and kings of all times are born under this card influence. They can be financial magnates, kings of industry, but this is not essential to fulfilling their destiny. They make great teachers, great parents, or good professional - anywhere they go, they will be recognized and respected. Right or wrong, they are usually leaders.
The Eight of Diamonds have a strong desire for knowledge and the realization that the knowledge itself is the power. They are passionate debaters and learn greatly from a good argument with powerful opponents. They want others viewpoints and love to draw them out.
Eight of Diamonds benefit from women who are intelligent, clever in business and career-minded on their own. They are themselves positive thinkers and happier in the cheerful and pleasant environment.
In personal life, the Eight of Diamonds have a difficult time to choose a mate and can have two love affairs at the same time. They search for diversion, but they need approval and understanding. Those who bring out the best of them can straighten them up for life.
Karma Card: Queen of Spades
Karma Card represents the biggest issue we should deal in the course of our life. For Eight of Diamonds, it is a tendency to dominate. It is important to understand the difference between "good control" and "bad control." Good leadership is hard work. In comparison, bad leadership is relatively easy. Bad leaders know or learn that they can easily take advantage of followers. People all too often fall prey to self-serving and exploitative leaders - leaders who know how to manipulate and use psychological tactics to gain control. As known from history, some bad leaders often get away with this, but Eight of Diamonds is not this type. They are very high on the latter of power and their suppressive manipulative tactics (if any) will always cause pretty fast pay-back response. Luckily, most Eight of Diamonds are too right to abandon their high calling for dignity and hard work.
Birthday: March 24, 1909
The Queen of Clubs is the card of high intuition, knowledge and mental balance. The Queen of Clubs represents the receptive principle of man's spiritual nature. They are not students in this life. They have close contact with higher forces of Intelligence spirituality expressed in balance, wisdom, and logic. They don't formulate judgments with emotions but instead use their brain.
The application of inherited knowledge can be a great asset to any work or service Queen Of Clubs participates in. They work hard and don't like laziness, ignorance and mental handicaps of others. The Queen of Clubs wants complete freedom of action and will not take any interference. It might affect their personal life in a significant way. An uncertainty in love measures can turn them away from the married experience, especially for women. However, Queen of Clubs also symbolizes Mary, Mother of Jesus.
Intuitively, Queen of Clubs is always ahead of their time. They are intuitive, creative, inventive and inspirational, always a part of scientific progress, intelligence and often see beyond the veil that has long hidden the truth.
People are often drawn to the Queen of Clubs for advice and assistance. There is a need to cultivate tolerance and be more patient with those who are not as advanced and progressive. Queen Of Clubs can be impatient and might be tempted to rule through the weight of their crown than through their authority of wisdom and ability.
Queen of Clubs' natural brightness must make itself evident at an early age. If not, it is only from a lack of interest. In any case, they are better to avoid to take success for granted. If they want to continue to succeed in life, self-discipline is vital. Many Queens of Clubs seek an early marriage as a way to independence. If not, they may not marry for a long time until later in life. The best partner for them is a person with a wide variety of interests, the one who can cope with their restless nature. Otherwise, they will get bored very fast. People often drop their problems on Queen of Clubs' lap, and it might be not easy to say "No."
With many talents and abilities, it is not a problem to make money, but the Queen Of Clubs must master their ability to manage it well. They are often impulsive in making financial decisions, so being responsible and not worrying much about money matters is the best way to deal with situations. They always want to own home. In finances, real-estate and other ventures it is more critical for them to use their practical intellect rather than intuition.
Karma Card: Three of Hearts
Three of Hearts means creativity or indecision in affection. This card represents a love triangle when one is standing before two choices. A negative 3 does everything in a big way-eating, drinking, loving and living. You can be too self-indulgent, and extravagance could be your downfall. You tend to overact and exaggerate situations, turning mole-hill problems into mountains. Friendships will then be superficial. You may try to avoid responsibility and live just for a moment. Too much talk may make you a gossip. You should learn not to spread yourself too thin, which is a natural trap to fall into, with your many talents and interests.
There is triple Three influence in your Birth Card Spread. It gives the intellectual Queen of Clubs the quality of a quick thinker but can affect your ability to analyze your reactions thoroughly in the fast-moving environment.
All underlying cards in the life spread are in the Hearts suit - the suit of personal relationships, love, and affections. It brings a high focus on love life, which may negatively affect your particular purpose in life - bring clarity, intellectuality to humanity. With the 7 of Hearts in Saturn position, the disappointments and betrayals in love can be a part of life pattern. Trying to control partners will worsen the situation, but cultivating the tolerance and letting others be free indistinct expressions can make your life free of worries, uncertainty, and fears.
Create your own Love compatibility report. What you see in this example is just a little part of information you will get with your order. But you can see how the story starts, and sometimes you can see how it ends. Fate? Destiny? Would your rather go with FREE WILL? Or maybe Free Will comes from True Knowledge?