Birth Card Basic Descriptions

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Ace of Clubs

The Desire for Knowledge Card

The desire for knowledge, accompanied by the desire for love (Two of Hearts Karma Card) are the main ruling influences for this card. Combine these together and you have a person who is a student of love as much as one who would find their ideal mate.

This card is known for promiscuity, but this is only true until they find the person of their dreams. They would rather be with anyone than be alone but will not give themselves fully until the right person comes along. Like all Aces, they are impatient and restless. Their curiosity leads them to be avid students with immense libraries. They are very smart and can use their brains and creativity to generate ample funds. They can make money in things associated with the arts or groups of women.

Their later years will not be satisfactory unless they turn to spirituality for guidance. They are the divine discontent card and need travel and changes in life and their work to satisfy both their desire for knowledge and their inner restlessness.

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Two of Clubs

The Card of Conversation

Among the people of this card you will note a wide variety. Many are fearful of everything, especially being alone, and will do everything in their power to make sure they are surrounded by people who admire them. All are sociable and enjoy good stimulating conversations.

Then there are those who are reclusive and appear to need no one. In truth, they are just as afraid and always have one special person that they attach themselves to. The Ace of Spades Karma Card can mean an inner fear of death or change and this explains much of their behavior.

However, these people are well endowed with many natural abilities and gifts. They can be exceptional in business and with people, preferring to work in partnership rather than alone. There is much protection surrounding this card and they all have much to be grateful for. If they simply recognize the abundance in their lives, they will help to dispel their underlying fear that can do so much damage.

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Three of Clubs

The Writer’s Card

The creativity in this card can manifest in many ways. On the high side, these people can be highly successful writers, teachers or performers. On the low side, they can worry and spend their time on frivolous activities and never reach their full potential.

Success in life always depends upon the individual and how they use their God-given gifts and abilities. The Three of Clubs is gifted but their fear of poverty may entice them into using their creativity in questionable ways. If this happens, they seldom get away with it.

They make great sales people and propagandists but they are ineffective until they decide upon one philosophy and stand behind it. They are sure to have emotional losses, many of which are destined. If they see them as “completions” that lead them to a higher level, they avoid disappointment. If they use their inheritance of spiritual knowledge, much success can be realized.

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Four of Clubs

The Card of Mental Satisfaction

Though this is a card of stability, their Five of Clubs Karma Card also indicates a hidden restlessness that can manifest in several ways. These people are progressive and can utilize this to create new ideas in their chosen line of work, rather than let the restlessness keep them from achieving any success.

These people know what they know and are not likely to change their minds on your behalf unless they see the value of change for themselves. “Stubborn” may describe it better in many cases. They are fond of argument, since they usually win, and usually do well in legal matters. They have a good constitution and are not afraid of hard work.

This is a successful card. They are good at sales work and enjoy talking about what they believe in. They are popular and do well in groups. As long as they don’t let their love of debate get out of hand, they will keep a fine reputation in their work. They also want a successful love life and this is their major life challenge.

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Five of Clubs

The Mentally & Emotionally Restless Card

Five of Clubs means changes and restlessness of the mind and we find these people to have a lot of curiosity and restlessness in their lives. Their Five of Hearts Karma Card tells us that they also have many changes in their romantic life as well and for this reason they are not usually well suited for marriage.

They have the Ace of Spades in Venus and that speaks of secret love affairs and indecision about which to choose. Their Seven of Diamonds in Jupiter is a millionaire’s card and many of them have lots of money, though they often spend it as fast as they get it. Speculation & gambling should be avoided.

Their natural curiosity brings them much knowledge, but they often do not apply it or stick to one train of thought. This tends to make them skeptics, not even getting satisfaction from their own self- created belief structures. An interest in spiritual studies brings more satisfaction in their later years and provides answers that bring more peace to their lives. A spiritual teacher is helpful in this regard.

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Six of Clubs

The Card of Higher Purpose

This card is also known as the psychic card and it is surprising to see how few of the people of these birth dates are aware of their gift. The Six of Clubs means responsibility to truth.

These people must learn to find a system of truth that they can believe in and live their life by. Once attained, there is no limit to how much good these people can do in the world. Those who have not yet found their path can be the biggest worriers and procrastinators of all the cards in the deck. They have a responsibility to maintain inner balance and peaceful communications with those in their lives.

They often attain financial affluence and have inherent protection over their lives. Love is important to them. The women make good wives and mothers while the men are often dominated by a woman. Once they tap into their hidden reserves and their natural intuition is recognized, they find their lives guided and protected from the highest sources possible.

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Seven of Clubs

The Card of Spiritual Knowledge

All sevens are highly spiritual cards but it is up to the individual to manifest this spirituality and to turn negativity into accomplishment. The Seven of Clubs challenge rests in the negative aspects of the mind which are worry, doubt and pessimism.

They have much inherent inspiration and insight, but when they don’t follow it, Saturn’s influence brings much despair and sometimes depression. They have power to overcome their problems and to attain the fame and recognition they secretly desire, but they must apply themselves diligently. They are likely to have large sums of money at different times in their life, but often they spend it as fast as they get it.

All their difficulties in life can be traced directly to their thoughts. So the Seven of Clubs, more than any other card, has a great responsibility to maintain positive, healing thoughts. Any contact with spiritual thought or ideals is sure to have a positive effect on them and is highly recommended.

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Eight of Clubs

The Card of Mental Power

The Eight of Clubs is one of the three “fixed” cards. With their strong mental power, they are not easily swayed by others’ views and opinions. Many successful attorneys, chemical engineers and rocket scientists are Eight of Clubs, however their power can be applied to any of the mental fields with great success.

Their life path is one of the most successful in the deck. They can have almost anything they set their mind to achieving and most attain wealth and prominence but they must make sure their life is kept in balance as mental peace is essential. They have much psychic power and can be great healers. All of their gifts can be applied to attain great success and they only need to become aware of their true goals to have a life of success and accomplishment.

However, being so fixed has its own drawbacks, mainly that it is difficult for them to deal with changes. Working with a Jack of Hearts or King of Spades will bring far reaching success. For best results, they should let their work come before their personal lives and keep them separate.

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Nine of Clubs

The Card of Universal Knowledge & The Giver of Knowledge

Though this is a card of expanded consciousness, it is also a card of negative thinking. These people must let go of many negative mental patterns accumulated from past lives if they are to access the inherent power in this card. There are many who do and who have reached the very heights of recognition.

This is a card of sexual enjoyment and pleasure seeking. If this is allowed to dominate, much time and energy is wasted that would otherwise elevate them to great accomplishment. The Nine of Clubs is here to end a major cycle in their soul’s development, a completion that should see them giving their wealth of knowledge to the world.

There are some debts to be paid, especially to the Six of Diamonds and Queen of Hearts, but once these debts are paid, they can proceed with their cosmic task of enlightening the world. Financially they are always assisted by diamond men and they do well in their own business if they don’t let it spoil their spiritual values. They cannot be totally materialistic or mercenary.

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Ten of Clubs

The Teacher Card

The Ten of Clubs have come full circle in their quest for knowledge. They have a powerful mind and a consuming desire for more knowledge as well. In this life they must learn to regain the control over their mind which has developed somewhat of a life of its own. The best path back to self-mastery is to direct the mind into right motives and higher principles.

Their Three of Hearts in Mars makes for emotional restlessness, which can be a strain on relationships. The strong desire for spiritual wisdom and study of spiritual philosophies will bring contact with many uplifting groups and will increase enjoyment of life. The Ten of Clubs have good luck in work and labor relations and could do very well in the real estate business. Their Three of Diamonds Pluto Card signifies that in this life they will be doing much experimenting as they work towards finding out what really satisfies them.

They often spend a lot of time deciding what is their life’s work. Once they decide, they can rise to the heights. Choosing things that allow for freedom and travel gives them the best results.

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Jack of Clubs

The Mentally Creative Card

Creative or dishonest? Which is which? As we can imagine, those who are the most creative can also be the most dishonest and vice versa. Here is a card of mental and financial creativity and these people are no lazy bones. Their brilliant minds are far ahead of the common person and society.

They are the people of the Aquarian Age. As members of the royal family they dislike pettiness and tend to be somewhat impatient with the failings of others. They need respect and a position that allows their brilliant minds free reign to create and explore. They are never at a loss for ideas, some of which will bring them huge financial returns. On the negative side, the Jack of Clubs can be irresponsible and in some cases, dishonest.

They can see things from so many levels that nothing is really “wrong” – it is just another way of looking at things. They don’t get away with much in that regard though. Saturn’s swift chastisement always reminds them of the boundaries that keep them balanced and fair in their dealings.

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Queen of Clubs

The Mother of Intuition Card

All Queens are service oriented and receptive in nature. The mental nature of clubs inclines the Queen of Clubs to deal in the publishing trade, secretarial work, or in the more aware ones, psychic work. Being Queens, they are always aware of their place in the royal court and resist anyone trying to mold them in any way.

Their Karma card, the Three of Hearts, as well as the Five of Clubs in their Venus position, tells us that indecision about love and friendship makes it hard for them to find lasting happiness in these areas. Their mental gifts are abundant (Ten of Spades in Mercury) and whether or not they realize it, they are always receiving knowledge from the “other side”.

Their Ace of Spades in Jupiter promises many rewards if and when they follow spiritual or psychic lines of work or pursuits. They have a deep heritage of knowledge from past lives that is always available. The Queen of Clubs is also known as the “Mother Mary” card and many of them have one or more “children” for whom they must make sacrifices in their life.

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King of Clubs

The King of Knowledge & Master of Distinctions

Sitting atop the suit of knowledge, the King of Clubs has everything needed to be an authority in any area they choose. These people have a direct line to knowledge accumulated from many past lives. Rarely do they live their life by any doctrine or philosophy other than their own.

The well that feeds their minds is inexhaustible and from a high source. These are the people who live by their own truth. They can be found in all types of professions, usually in positions of responsibility, always respected in whatever capacity they are engaged. They have many opportunities for marriage. Relationships and partnerships are important to them.

However, they also need a certain amount of personal freedom and for many, this is more important than a marriage. They seem to do their best work with a partner, and most King of Clubs are destined to be in partnership. This is the most psychic card in the deck – so much so that their intuitive approach to life is second nature.

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