Cartomancy 101.2 – Suit of Clubs


Ace of Clubs: Wealth, prosperity, unexpected money or gain. Letters, papers, luck. However, in a difficult spread, any money coming in may disappear as quickly as it appears. Reversed: Delayed letters, unsettling communications.

King of Clubs: A dark-haired, kind-hearted man. An honest, generous and affectionate man. Reversed: He is worried or depressed.

Queen of Clubs: A dark-haired, self-confident woman. She is occasionally temperamental, but can always be relied upon to be loyal in love and in friendship. Reversed: She may be responsible for some setback or disappointment for the inquirer, sometimes in an oblique or accidental way.

Jack of Clubs: A dark-haired youth.  A reliable friend. Can also indicate an admirer.

10 of Clubs: Business success. Good luck with money. Travel abroad. Reversed: Distant travel.

9 of Clubs: Achievement; sometimes a wealthy marriage or a sudden windfall or legacy. Reversed: Financial assistance does not materialize.

8 of Clubs: Trouble in relationships, business and personal. Jealousy, opposition, disappointment. Same meaning either way up.

7 of Clubs: Business success, although there may be problems with the opposite sex. A change in business that may have been expected or earned, such as a promotion. Reversed: Work-related worries.

6 of Clubs: Financial aid or success. Reversed: Ambitions thwarted.

5 of Clubs: A new friend or a successful marriage. Help from friends. Reversed: The law, legal proceedings.

4 of Clubs: Fortunes changing for the worse. Danger, a sudden misfortune or failure. Reversed: Success after failure or discouragement.

3 of Clubs: Love and happiness; a successful marriage; a favorable long-term proposition. A second chance, particularly in an economic sense. Reversed: Elevation, going up in the world.

2 of Clubs: Obstacles to success; disappointments and opposition. Malicious gossip. Reversed: Obstacles surmounted.

About auntietarot
Born in Britain just before the outbreak of the second world war, I was taught basic tarot skills by my maternal grandmother. In the sixties, I joined a Golden Dawn-type esoteric school, passing through the curriculum and becoming an instructor in ritual etiquette and the making and consecration of talismans. At the beginning of the eighties, I left the school to plow my own furrow in areas such as tarot and astrology. Since my retirement I have spent time researching the occult history of the tarot and the various ways the tarot has been used for divination in the past.

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