Ace of Spades meaning
Ace of Spades means stocks, financial papers and good long-term investments. It is a sign that you have to strike a balance between accumulating wealth and having time to spend it. Ace of spades is a very positive omen for your future: living in a happy marriage, travelling, hobbies, and more generally, living the life as you like it.
Detailed meanings for the Ace of Spades
ACE OF SPADES
The Ace of Spades, as well as the Ace of Clubs, is one of the most favourable cards. It means above all: Stocks, financial papers. It also announces forbidden pleasure, success with the girl or woman loved; passionate and sexually voracious love, marriage, happy future.
When reversed, this card means all the matters related to love. However, depending on its surroundings, Ace of spades becomes a rather dark omen: luck will not last, sadness will follow joy, the beloved woman will leave you behind, the man will deceive his mistress or his wife, passionate sex will turn into abuse; discord will reign in the household.
Despite these poor prognoses, this card is so good that everything it announces as bad will only be temporary, and the pain will turn into joy through other unforeseen circumstances, which will change the face of things.
Having on the right a
Spade: good business papers – dividends, stock appreciation, bonus payments at work.
Heart: Success in love, which isn’t ordinary. You might find love with someone who is not your age, not your social circle and not your race. – Sincere friendship between unlikely friends.
Diamond: Very advantageous travel.
Club: Pleasures. – Friendship. – Great profit.
Having on the left a
Spade: Business paper. – Court trial or business battle won.
Heart: Certain success in love. – Honours, profits.
Diamond: Violent passion. – Certain success in all things.
Club: Abundance in the household.
The Ace of Spades reversed, having on the right a
Spade: Sadness, followed by unexpected joy.
Heart: Proposition of love. – Lots of love words that are not very original, but very deeply felt.
Diamond: Bad news.
Club: Small loss.
Having on the left a
Spade: Trial lost; you will win it on appeal.
Heart: Deep pain that another love will make you forget.
Diamond: Deception. – Guilty passion. – Discord.
Club: Money that is difficult to recover but not lost.
If the Ace of Spades is between two Aces, it is a complete certainty of success for everything you want;
If the card is reversed, it has the same meaning, but with a rather long delay.
Ace of Spades—Upright.
This card, coming out in natural position, and intervening between the representative cards of a male and female, relates wholly to love affairs. When accompanied by the ten of spades it shows that an intrigue will be accompanied with a deal of sorrow and affliction, and will ultimately end in abandonment under most disastrous circumstances.
One of the primary significations of this card is a paper or document, chiefly appertaining to law matters, such as warrants for arrest, writs, subpoenas and legal pleadings.
Another is that of a ship, or other means of conveyance by water, particularly when accompanied by the eight of clubs, reversed, which betokens the consultant to be on the eve of a sea voyage, or other journey over water of some description.
Ace of Spades—Reversed.
When in the oracle of a married consultant, this card appears reversed, and near to her representative, its primary signification is pregnancy, which in her case can be expressed by the following synonyms:
Conception; maternity; accouchement; childbirth.
From this we derive a secondary signification, applicable to other things, for which we employ correspondent synonyms:
Enlargement; engenderment; fecundity; fertilization; production; composition; increase; augmentation; multiplication; deliverance; parturition; growth; addition.
When reversed and accompanied by the knave of clubs, likewise reversed, this card is a premonitor of death.
The general secondary signification of this card, when reversed and in the body of the oracle, is a fall, whence we have:
Decadence; decline; discouragement; dissipation; ravage; ruin; demolition; destruction; bankruptcy; error; fault; overwhelming sorrows; perdition; an abyss; precipice; gulf; waterfall; disgrace; shame.
As Master – Card, the Ace of spades figures a special Misfortune, Unhappiness, or Hurt to one’s life, by no means avoidable, and perhaps not discernible at once.
Influenced by the King of its like suit, sudden: by the Queen, long continuing ere complete; by the Knave, Ill – Fortune through Persons ; by the ten, through concurrence of sundry events.
By any other spade, sudden.
By a Heart, Ill-Fortune in the Affection.
By the Diamond, in the eye of Others, in society, money or art.
By a Club, to our fear.
Ace of spades Card title – Delay
Postponement of something you were sure to get. Cancellation of business offer, job offer, university scholarship.
If reversed – Complete abandonment of initial plan.
A hand issues from a cloud, grasping a sword, the point of which is encircled by a crown.
Divinatory Meanings: Triumph, the excessive degree in everything, conquest, triumph of force. It is a card of great force, in love as well as in hatred. The crown may carry a much higher significance than comes usually within the sphere of fortune-telling.
Reversed: The same, but the results are disastrous; another account says—conception—childbirth, augmentation, multiplicity.
Ace of Spades meaning in a card spread. Try the original Cardarium readings.
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 Ace of spades on the first go – that’s a sign of good luck. The Fortune will smile gently and generously upon You.
If you know what you are doing, try the Free Card Spirits oracle. The unstable arcana spirits dwell in the beliefs of the consultant. If your belief is strong enough, they might help you in many ways – for example – conceive a baby, seduce a lover or curse an enemy. It is a dangerous kind of cartomancy, so it is not for the beginners.