Mia Farrow & Frank Sinatra
|Mia Farrow: February 9, 1945||Frank Sinatra: December 12, 1915|
What Is the Three Of Spades Birth Card Mean?
All threes inhibit the creative drive that seeks expression. Number 3 departures from the Number 2 - the source of balance and harmony, and so it's always looking to find this balance in creating something new. There is an urge in self expression and variety. Three of Spades suggests the necessity to make important decisions especially associated with work and their life purpose. With many interests and associates people who are born Three of Spades are likely to be pulled in many directions. The main thing is the willingness to stop and analyze, to harmonize with an environment and take the responsibility. Quick decisions are not going to make life better. Once Three of Spades have made their mind up, they have enough inherited tenacity to abide by the decision. Learn More
What Is the Six Of Clubs Birth Card Mean?
All Sixes have a special significance and mission in life. Six is the Double Trinity, - the divine is reflected in the human. Number Six is the number of Soul. It stands for beauty, harmony, order and completion, - the "Law and Order". Having this birthday means that you have a passion for everything being in the right place. You are a natural diplomat who needs involvement with others where you can share you warm charm, intuitive intellect, and friendly responsibility of well-being of others. If the Six misses inner realization of their definite purpose in life, they may develop selfishness and lack of initiative. Learn More
|Mia Farrow and Frank Sinatra were married for 2 years (from 1966 to 1968). Frank Sinatra was 50 when he declared his love for the 20-year-old actress Mia Farrow from the soap opera Peyton Place. Frank's mother had said of her: "This one don't talk, she don't eat. What does she do?"|
Married life was bliss - for a time. But Mia was still virtually a teenager - and looked like one.
Sometimes Sinatra joked about her on-stage. "I finally found a broad I can cheat on," he said. During the production of Farrow's 1968 film Rosemary's Baby, after she refused Sinatra's demand that she quit the film to work on his movie The Detective, he served her with divorce papers on the Rosemary's Baby set. They were divorced in 1968.
|LOVE AND HARMONY||EMOTIONAL INTIMACY||CRITICISM|