Jack of Clubs meaning
Detailed meanings for the Jack of Clubs
JACK OF CLUBS
Happy boyfriend, Sincere lover, Slightly dangerous flatterer, Friendly, enterprising, skillful, brave young man; that is the meaning of this card taken in isolation.
This Jack or, better to say – Valet – has many particular meanings that are more or less favourable.
Isolated, pulled from a deck by a young girl or woman, he represents her fiancé, a dark, honest and good young man; but if he is between two spades, his family and friends will oppose the marriage. It will take place anyway, despite all the resistance.
For a young man, he represents his more successful and wealthier rival; but between two heart cards, this rival will be ousted.
For a divorced person or a widower, it’s the announcement of his/her next marriage.
Finally, by any other person, this card ensures complete success in everything they would do.
Having on the right a
Spade: You will meet a young man who has just become rich or famous. This is your chance. Don’t waste it.
Heart: An OK, but not great boyfriend or girlfriend. You can do better in love. However, if he or she is generous in bed and thinks of you, this omen might be misleading. Count all the heart cards that you draw. If you get many – maybe the other cards are trying to tell you something better about your Jack of clubs.
Diamond: Wrong idea. Whatever you are stubbornly convinced and arguing about – take a second look.
Club: Difficulties. – Delay of a marriage due to insufficient wealth or uncertain career.
Having on the left a
Spade: New acquaintance of a pretty brown (brunet) boy, but very silly, although believing himself to be spiritual. Call spade a spade, and call stupid a stupid.
Heart: Discreet love. – Beneficial friend.
Diamond: Visit of a “bon vivant” friend, who will bring you joy and happiness.
Club: Complete success in any business decision that you are agonising about.
Between two spades: Delayed marriage which will only take place after meeting and gaining the favour of the parents.
Between two hearts: Rivalry that will not be fatal, but very very damaging. If you know who your rival is – strike first.
Jack of Clubs—Upright.
As a representative of an individual, this card denotes a young man of middling dark complexion, kind, gentle and docile by nature, sedate and domestic in his habits, and studious through inclination. He is a warm friend and faithful admirer.
Coming out in the oracle of a young lady, this card is the representative of her lover, without respect to his color or other qualifications, denoting simply the person indicated.
The primary signification of this card, divested of its representative character, is a scholar or lover of knowledge, while its secondary attributes are expressed in the synonyms:
Study; instruction; application; meditation; reflection; labor; toil; work; occupation; apprentice; student; disciple; pupil; master.
Another signification of this card, governed according to its surroundings in the
oracle, is prodigality, whence are derived synonyms as follows:
Profusion; superfluity; luxury; largess; bounty; sumptuousness; magnificence; liberality; benefits; generosity; charity; benevolence; a crowd; a multitude; depredation; dilapidation; pillage; dissipation.
Jack of Clubs—Reversed.
As a representative of an individual, this card designates a bachelor, a shade darker, and of a more determined character than the young man above described. It may likewise represent that same young man in a state of anger or on a sick bed.
Its especial signification, however, is delirium, whence we have as secondary attributes or synonyms:
Frenzy; aberration of mind; wandering of the brain; unseated reason; fury; rage; fever; enthusiasm; imbecility; imprudence; distraction; apathy; delirium tremens; intoxication; brain fever.
The Knave of Clubs
As a Master-Card, Relationship with a well-meaning, but over-rash and hasty or sanguine Man ; not necessarily but likely quite youthful, and selfish in inclination, or too easily influenced by others of greater art : an Associate, partner, friend, or Employee in some matter of worth. Not to be relied on as one would gladly do.
Influenced by his like suit, Circumstances assist him or make of less or more account his weakness or strength.
By a Heart, he is inclined to be led by tastes and passions and by skilled flattery, or to overtrust.
By a Diamond, he is in love with externals, fond of dress, or notice, or pleasure; ambitious.
By a Spade, he meets with Losses to himself and the Querist, or he makes some particular Error or False Step.
Jack of clubs Card title – Flatterer
A young enterprising man with good prospects. Your close friend or a man in relationship with you. He will tell you things that want to hear, he will try to protect your feelings. It’s not lying, but it’s not the truth either.
If reversed – Dangerous flatterer, who is too nice to be decent. A missed relationship or marriage.
In a scene similar to the former, a young man stands in the act of proclamation. He is unknown but faithful, and his tidings are strange.
Divinatory Meanings: Dark young man, faithful, a lover, an envoy, a postman. Beside a man, he will bear favorable testimony concerning him. A dangerous rival, if followed by the Page of Cups. Has the chief qualities of his suit. He may signify family intelligence.
Reversed: Anecdotes, announcements, evil news. Also indecision and the instability which accompanies it.
Jack of Clubs 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 Jack of clubs on the first go – that’s a sign of good luck. The Fortune will smile gently and generously upon You.