Birth Card Basic Descriptions

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Ace of Spades

The Card of Ambition & The Magi Card

The Ace of Spades is the ancient symbol of the secret mysteries, the most spiritual card in the deck, and yet, also the most material. The A person usually has a life-long conflict between their material, worldly urges and their deep, past-life spiritual heritage. Their displacement and Karma Card, the Seven of Hearts, suggests trials in the realm of relationships.

Their mission is to find the inner peace that comes through a life of service and dedication to higher principles. As their karma from previous births is discharged, they come to realize this and learn to follow the unwritten law of spiritual truth. In many ways they have put themselves upon the cross. Whenever they deviate from the law, or disregard their spiritual nature they seem to be unjustly punished.

Those Ace of Spades who are mostly material- minded seem to have one problem after another. However, whenever they do follow the law, they are protected, finding the inner peace they seek through awareness of their wealth of spirit.

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Two of Spades

The Friendship Card

The Two of Spades is the card of work partnership and friendship. Two’s are also fear cards, and it is their own spiritual natures that often scare the Two of Spades. The displacement and Karma Card, the Six of Spades, speaks of karma to be paid in this life time, often in the form of work or health difficulties, while the placement of the Two of Spades in the Natural Spread at the Uranus/Uranus position tells us that they have strong intuitional gifts.

The double sixes in the Venus and Mars positions tell us that the Two of Spades often get into ruts in their family lives and work sphere. When they fight this monotony, there can be frustration. They have strong mental powers and strong intuitive powers and both of these can make them money.

They are very congenial and have success in social situations but their Three of Hearts Pluto Card speaks of some indecision both romantically and in general that can plague them throughout their life. Overall they have an easier life path than most and should not let themselves let that ease turn to self-indulgence. Often they marry into money.

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Three of Spades

The Artist Card

The Three of Spades have the opportunity for success in their life if they are willing to work for it. They have a heavier load than most, indicated by their position in the Saturn line. But if they work hard, they will receive the Jupiterian blessings from their column position. The Six of Diamonds Karma Card tells us that there is a karmic debt to pay and often they are associated with Six of Diamonds persons.

The Three in Spades means indecision about work or health and they should watch their health carefully and stick to sound medical practices and advice. The more they worry about their health, often the worse their condition gets so they have a responsibility to watch their thoughts and feelings as they relate to health matters.

Having the Queen of Spades with the Ten of Diamonds (underlying influence) in Jupiter gives them the opportunity for great business success through mastery of their values and business lives. However, with the Jack of Clubs in their Saturn position, they will always meet with some disappointment if they stray from honesty. Only the straight path will bring them the success they want.

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Four of Spades

The Card of Security & Satisfaction

The Four of Spades is the card of satisfaction and protection through hard work. They have one of the most fortunate life paths in terms of money and success and usually enjoy the work they do. Their Saturn card, the Ace of Diamonds, tells us that even though they are fortunate, they usually worry about money anyway, and this can interfere with their own success if not checked.

The Ten of Hearts in Mercury usually gets them instant acceptance at social occasions and they make good communicators or speakers. Fours can be very stubborn and the four of Spades has the right to be, with the Ten of Clubs Karma Card. They know a lot and must live by their truth. The Ten of Diamonds in Venus gives them wealthy friends but they should not place too much emphasis on money with their choice of friends.

They usually have a good constitution and health is best cared for by natural methods. They are a worker card and it is in their work that they find true peace and satisfaction. Often they will align themselves with a humanitarian mission and find great satisfaction there.

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Five of Spades

The Card of the Wanderer

The five of Spades is the card of changes and travel. These people like to travel and have a certain amount of restlessness and dislike routine. However, their restlessness often applies to their spiritual quest, their striving for truth and growth of the inner self. With the Jack of Hearts in Mercury there is a certain amount of sacrifice for loved ones in their lives or for an education, especially in early life.

The Ten of Hearts Karma Card gives them much in the way of social success though the Nine of Clubs (Venus Card) speaks of many personal disappointments, especially from friends and loved ones. There may have trouble at work with coworkers and other elements that require much effort to overcome.

They find the most success working with partners and in occupations that allow them travel and meeting new people. One of their challenges is to find success in their business transactions. They don’t always make the best deals for themselves. Money often comes in association with love or marriage.

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Six of Spades

The Card of Fate

This is a powerful card, and the card of a person who is here to learn the responsibility of such power. These people either align themselves to a higher purpose and vision and achieve great success, or have their power turned against them for their own downfall.

As a rule, these people are very responsible for their actions but a strong Neptune influence can lead many of them down the road of escapism and time lost in fantasy. They are dreamers to be sure. They must latch on to the highest dream they can and use their power to attain it. Nothing can stop them once this vision is clear. Fulfillment on every level is guaranteed.

They must watch a tendency to fall into a comfortable rut. They can also be very stubborn. Through the acquisition of knowledge they find great fulfillment, life purpose, direction, and many good friends. Some of their greatest challenges come in the area of love and romance. Their own indecision works against them.

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Seven of Spades

The Card of Faith

This card is regarded as one of the most spiritual in the deck and these people can have great success in their life as long as they do not disregard the wisdom that is intended to guide them through life. These people are here to learn to TRUST and keep going in spite of circumstances.

Their main challenges will come in the areas of work and health. The underlying King of Diamonds mandates that they must live the higher values they know if they are to have the blessings and power that is inherently available to them. Being the Seven of Spades puts them on the line. They must think, speak and act from a higher perspective or suffer innumerable ills.

They are protected by a high, spiritual force but even this is not as powerful as their own actions and attitudes. They must live what they know and follow their intuitive guidance. Many marry into money or receive support from associations. They can always do well if they work hard and maintain honesty. Nothing can stop them but themselves.

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Eight of Spades

The Power Through Work Card

As the “eight of eights”, the power card of power cards, the Eight of Spades has the heaviest burden and obligation to use his or her power for good. Spades take us into the spiritual realms though many spade people cannot unrivet their attention from material gain and mastery.

Success is almost easy for them, as long as they are willing to work for it — many of these people are workaholics. They know that they possess great power. The test comes in how they choose to use it. When they work from a lower sense of values, or when operating from their “fear pattern”, they can use this power to destroy themselves. They need to be admired and will work hard for it.

They make good providers and will often try to marry those of means also. Divorce is often lucrative for them. They can handle obstacles, which often serve as a measure of their true abilities. They have a profound healing power, and if directed, can transform the lives of those they come in contact with.

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Nine of Spades

The Universal Giver Card

This is the strongest of the universal nines with the strongest call towards letting go and completions in life. Among these people you will find those whose lives are filled with losses, and others whose lives are filled with giving and fulfillment.

These people can never completely ignore their inherent spirituality or psychic side. Those that acknowledge this important part of themselves are guided to a life of universal giving. In this regard, some of them can make the greatest contributions to the world. Many are successful artists, teachers, or performers.

The King of Hearts Karma and Venus card gives them strong emotional and love power and wisdom that can bring much success to them as well as guide them through some of the endings they are sure to encounter. Many are artistically talented. The broader the scope of their work, and the more they focus on giving to larger groups, the more their inherent power shines and they rise to prominence on their mission of love.

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Ten of Spades

The Workaholic Card

Ten of Spades people can be very materialistic and workaholic types and when they are, their home life always suffers and they suffer with it. Home, family, and personal relationships are very important to them and so is their work. It all depends upon the individual as to what their main focus in life is.

There are many spiritual influences present that can make these people the masters of their destiny and lead them to great heights in helping others, but there is also the pull towards material accomplishment that can blind them to their possibilities and limit their growth. As spades they have the opportunity to transcend the material through spiritual awareness.

There can be indecision about love and problems in marriage revolving around a fear of poverty. If they misuse the power given to them they can cause many difficulties in their personal lives. And yet, these people are capable of great, unattached spiritual love and can have everything they want if they look to their higher sides for direction and guidance.

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Jack of Spades

The Spiritual Initiate or The Thief Card

Through an excess of mental power and creativity, the Jack of Spades can either become a visionary or a thief. This card also represents the spiritual initiate. Among these people we find those who have either or both qualities present.

There is no doubt about their creative power and their ability to do anything with their minds. The question is whether or not they direct this energy with wisdom and patience or whether they are lured by the “easy wins” they can extract out of many situations and move towards the low side of their card. They sit in a powerful place and this power can either take them to the highest or tempt them to the lowest.

These people always do well with the public and can become successful artists or actors. They often inherit money even though they can make enough on their own. They are usually ambitious and it is their basic value system, usually a result of their childhood, that is most responsible for their direction and success.

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Queen of Spades

The Card of Self-Mastery

These people of such power and authority are surprisingly not always found in positions of authority. They can end up in menial positions where they bitterly complain about their position in life and never amount to much else. However, this is the card of self-mastery that sits in the very crowning position in the divine plan.

If these people recognize their powerful gifts and take responsibility in their life, they can rise to any heights they desire. Among them we find some who are the most caustic and hard-driven and others who are the true mothers of the world who compassionately share and teach their wisdom.

They should avoid mixing love and money and there is always trouble when legal matters arise. They love to spend money and they hate getting the short end in legal affairs, but they usually do. They do best when they realize their place in the royal family and access the inner wisdom that is their birthright. They are exalted in the eyes of God.

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King of Spades

The Master Card

The people of this card are masters of anything they decide to do. Unless the men decide to stay as Jacks, they always rise to the top of their chosen profession. The King of Spades is the last, most wise and powerful card in the deck.

They have a high regard for wisdom, a love of learning, and are willing to do whatever it takes to achieve success and recognition. They are capable of managing the largest organizations. They have indecision about love and close relationships and often they forego marriage for a single life. They are always enterprising and ambitious, rarely lazy or of a lower persuasion.

Even though they don’t all reach a high place, all of them have the wisdom and rarely do they sink down to lowly acts. With all their abilities, they are often discontent. This can be channeled as progressiveness or dissatisfaction. When they go within, to the spiritual realms, they are able to penetrate the deepest secrets with ease. These are the Masters.

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