Destiny Card Science – What Does the Suit of Your Card Tell About Your Personality?

After you determine your Birth Card based on your birthday using the destiny card science, it’s time to understand the meaning of each particular Birth Card. Today we are going to discuss the suit of your card. It tells a lot about you and about people that you know. I think you will find this fascinating. But as we start, I want to remind you that most people have one other card that is also used as a symbol for who they are. This card is called the Planetary Ruling Card and is something we will not be able to delve into in this article. But your life and personality and personal Karma are all a blend of both your Birth Card and Planetary Ruling Card’s energies.

But now, knowing your Birth Card, let’s talk about the four suits and what that tells you about yourself. Each of the four suits is connected with a season of the year and one of the four seasons of life. The correlation is as follows:

Spring – Hearts
Summer – Clubs
Fall – Diamonds
Winter – Spades

These are also associated with the four elements (Water, Air, Earth and Fire) but so many people argue about how they correlate that I am not going to even get into that here. But the meanings of these four suits are very informative and will tell you some important things about yourself.

Hearts – Hearts govern the first period of our lives and the first season of the year – the season of childhood. And the things of childhood are the things associated with Hearts. Family, love, home, relationships, emotions, and children all fall under the domain of Hearts. People who are born as Heart Birth Card are child-like in nature. They never really get old, not on the inside. And they usually love children. They are most concerned and affected by their personal relationships, especially relationships with people in their families. Hearts is also the suit of sex and Hearts people seem to make that a greater priority than the other suits. In my book, Cards of Your Destiny, you will find your personal yearly spreads of cards that tell you when things will happen and with whom. Whenever a Heart appears there it is telling you about something happening with your relationships. All the marriage cards are Hearts as well as the cards for love affairs, divorce, love triangles and others. The Heart person is searching for the perfect love.

Clubs – Clubs govern the period of life after childhood when we are sent off to school every day. Clubs govern education, communications, both written and verbal, our thinking, and all information centric activities and jobs. Legal matters are also ruled by Clubs. People who are Clubs are ‘eternal college students.’ They love to read and to learn new things. They thrive on conversation and communications in all forms. To a Club person, ‘the thought is as good as the thing itself.’ They are the detail people of the deck too. They will notice and find things that other suits miss. When a Club card appears in your yearly spread in my book, Cards of Your Destiny, it will tell you about the status of your communications, a legal matter, plans you have made, educational pursuits and your general mental state of being. The Club person is searching for the perfect truth.

Diamonds – Diamonds represent the harvest season, both in the year and in our life. It is the suit of value and accumulation of value. Whereas Clubs accumulate knowledge, Diamonds prefer money and things. To a Diamond, all things, including people and relationships, have a value. The Diamond person is the one who assigns this value and in truth, through the accumulation of things and money, the Diamond person is seeking his or her own value in the world. All the money cards in the Cards of Your Destiny book are Diamonds, the good ones and the bad ones. Diamonds are the adults of the deck. Even children who are Diamonds will not like being treated as a baby. And they will generally choose to hang out with kids a little older than themselves. Some of the greatest money people in the world are Diamond cards. The Diamond person is seeking self-worth.

Spades – Spades are the suit of wisdom and wisdom can only be obtained through experience. Though a Club may have lots of knowledge, their knowledge is, by definition, inferior to wisdom. And all Spades people know this. These are the workers of the deck. All the workaholic cards are Spades and any Spade person can be accused of it at one time or the other. Spades are also connected to health and health issues, a common symptom in the last years of our life which Spades govern. Not all Spades have health issues. But quite a few of them do. A Spade person is interested in doing, as opposed to feeling, thinking or wanting of the other suits. Spade children like to hang with the grandparents and much older people since they are essentially old souls, even from birth. A Spade person is seeking self perfection through doing, and their work.

A good example of how the suits differ would be as follows. Put one person of each suit in a room and show them a large beautiful painting. The following would be typical reactions:

The Heart person – I get a wonderful feeling from that painting!
The Club person – I think I understand what the painter was trying to say when they painted that.
The Diamond person – How much is it?
The Spade person – I am amazed at the quality of detail that went into creating that painting!

That about sums up the four Suits. As you look at your friends and family you will see how these basic meanings play out. It is fascinating and fun and you will start to appreciate the cards of destiny. You can also take advantage of my free online reading website that also uses the same principles when I’m doing cards reading for my clients.

My next articles will reveal techniques on how you can give future predictions for yourself or someone else based on this same card science.

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