Did you know that Ace of Hearts is the first card in the deck?

In some card games, the Ace is often interchangeable between two positions.
It is used either as a “1” (preceding the 2), or as an effective “14” (following the King).
When following the King, the Ace’s point value tends to be equal to or higher than the court cards, depending upon the game being played. “Aces High,” so to speak.

In the Ancient Science of the Cards, Ace is always the first card of each suit,
never the last. Aces are Ones.

But the suits, themselves, have a specific order, as well. Poker players may not agree, as the suits tend to have no hierarchy there. And in other games, sometimes the hierarchy is decided based on alphabetical order, or arbitrarily by alternating color, shape preference, etc.

However, it is not arbitrary.

The proper order of the suits is Hearts, Clubs, Diamonds, Spades.

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Solar
Value
♥️
Hearts
Solar
Value
♣️
Clubs
Solar
Value
♦️
Diamonds
Solar
Value
♠️
Spades
1A♥️14A♣️27A♦️40A♠️
22♥️152♣️282♦️412♠️
33♥️163♣️293♦️423♠️
44♥️174♣️304♦️434♠️
55♥️185♣️315♦️445♠️
66♥️196♣️326♦️456♠️
77♥️207♣️337♦️467♠️
88♥️218♣️348♦️478♠️
99♥️229♣️359♦️489♠️
1010♥️2310♣️3610♦️4910♠️
11J♥️24J♣️37J♦️50J♠️
12Q♥️25Q♣️38Q♦️51Q♠️
13K♥️26K♣️39K♦️52K♠️

This is due not only to the Solar Value of each card, but also to each suit being representative of a season: Spring, Summer, Fall (Harvest), and Winter, respectively.

(I’m not trying to pretend that I understand the math behind the Solar Value or how it was arrived at, other than a simplified formula that is calculated using the month and day…but I think there is more to it than that. If any astral mathematicians out there happen to see this,
I invite thee to enlighten me.)

Read about the arrangements of the cards in the Grand Solar Spreads.

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