Four of Spades meaning
Detailed meanings for the Four of Spades
Four of Spades
An unfavourable Master- Card, affecting some near Concern to the Querist ; be like it shall end less well than was hoped.
Influenced by like suit, a Separation not welcome.
By a Heart, a capricious Change of inclination.
By a Diamond, a Perplexity.
By a Club, a Loss.
4 of spades Card title – A dark-haired woman
A woman that will make you feel lonely rather than happy. Deception.
If reversed – You will save money.
The effigy of a knight in the attitude of prayer, at full length upon his tomb.
Divinatory Meanings: Vigilance, retreat, solitude, hermit’s repose, exile, tomb and coffin. It is these last that have suggested the design.
Reversed: Wise administration, circumspection, economy, avarice, precaution, testament.
Four of spades meaning
Sickness, sometimes a journey caused through sickness.
Note: It is quite unusual to include the Four of spades is the classic American card reading, because it was done with a Piquet deck, which only has 32 cards. The meaning for pip cards 2 through 6 was only added later. If you’d like to get a true Classic American card reading, we advice to discard the 4 of spades and ignore its meaning.
Four of Spades is a Silent card. It is usually omitted from the Traditional French cartomancy deck. However, if the Fortune teller includes this card in the reading, it means that the cards do not want to tell you the truth. It also reduces the divinatory meaning of the nearby cards.
Four of Spades meaning in a card spread
Cartomancy is never based on the interpretation of a single card. It is the interplay of the cards that creates the most interesting insights.
Go ahead and try the card reading below.
If you get the 4 of spades on the first go – that’s a sign of good luck. The Fortune will smile gently and generously upon You.
If you are looking for more personal and intimate cartomancy experience – try Spirits in My Head oracle. Be careful though, because the unstable arcana cards might be nasty and sometimes gang up on you. They are like human beings – some are nice and friendly, some are jealous and mean. Some are outright evil. That’s how those cards are, because that’s how life is.