Jack of Hearts meaning
The Jack of hearts signifies an honest young man in love. He is attractive, nice and generous and would like to be kind to you. This card often announces a new intimate friendship. As a lover, the Jack of hearts is often away, but is committed and sincere and would make good marriage material.
Detailed meanings for the Jack of Hearts
JACK OF HEARTS
The Jack of Hearts, the thirty-ninth card of the Egyptian Tarot, depicts a young blond man, in love, honest and always happy.
It refers to a child when consulting for a very young boy.
If the consultant is a young girl, single or divorced woman, this card represents her lover.
For married or elderly people, as well as for a single person or a widower, the Jack of Hearts is the symbol of a sincere, kind, skillful, beneficent, brave and well-mannered friend.
The Jack of hearts having on the right a
Spade: Happy friend who will care about you.
Heart: A young blond man will court you; you can say “yes” to him, he is honest and good. – It also means perfect contentment.
Diamond: Joy in the city. – Visit of a child from out of the town.
Club: Prosperity. – Long live a happy life. – Happy change of your situation in life.
Having on the left a
Spade: A young blond man is sad that he can’t win you over.
Heart: Serious and rich suitor. – New friendship.
Diamond: News from a sincere friend. – An evening out.
Club: Joy. – Fortune is coming your way.
With another Jack: Meeting of two young people; the other card next to the Jack of hears is silent; it does not speak.
After a queen: Certain relationship or marriage.
Between two spades: Delay for a wedding or marriage proposal.
Jack of Hearts—Upright.
This card, as a representative one, designates a blonde, unmarried man, learned, good tempered and well favored by fortune. Consequently, when it is drawn by a young woman, and the marriage card comes near it, it portends that she will be united to a person of such a description, and that the union will prove both happy and of long duration.
It likewise designates, primarily, a soldier or a traveler, so that should it come up in your oracle it is interpreted, in a secondary connection, in this sense, and assures that you are on the point of undertaking a journey. If bright cards surround it, the journey will be a prosperous one, but should the eight of spades be near it, it will result in illness, and if the ten of spades be adjacent, it will be accompanied with tears.
n this secondary capacity it has synonyms as follows:
Road; highway; lane; pathway; a walk; a course; career; promenade; messenger; ways and means; expedient; enterprise; method.
Jack of Hearts—Reversed.
Should this card come out in the oracle of an unmarried lady, reversed, it instructs her that her lover or intended husband is a person wooing her for selfish purposes, who, although handsome and accomplished, will make a bad match.
To a married woman, or widow, it is a warning that some unscrupulous individual, under garb of friendship, contemplates her injury, which will be followed by almost immediate desertion, if near the ace of spades.
Consequently, in a secondary capacity, it is taken to mean evil desires or longing, when it has synonyms of this character:
Attraction; passion; flattery; cajolery; adulation; lechery; or declivity; precipice; fall.
The Knave of Hearts As Master-Card means the Querist’s closest Friend ; yet likely held such because of feeling rather than judgment.
Influenced by an Ace of like suit, there is no Inequality in the affection.
By a King of like suit, Resemblance to the Querist in physique or mind or disposition.
By a Queen of like suit, one with distinctively feminine traits. By another card of like suit, a popular man with his fellows.
By a diamond, of wealth or social Position ; but if by a Nine of Diamonds, not enduring in such Happy Fortune.
By a Club, a Friend of judgment and good at advice. By a Spade, a Friend of not too sound health : or apt of offence.
Jack of hearts Card title – A visit
A visit and acquaintance associated with a young blond man. He is attractive, nice and generous and would like to be kind to you, but is often away.
If reversed – Loss of affection, infidelity, cheating.
A fair, pleasing, somewhat effeminate page, of studious and intent aspect, contemplates a fish rising from a cup to look at him. It is the pictures of the mind taking form.
Divinatory Meanings: Fair young man, one impelled to render service and with whom the Querent will be connected; a studious youth; news, message; application, reflection, meditation; also these things directed to business.
Reversed: Taste, inclination, attachment, seduction, deception, artifice.
Jack of Hearts 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 hearts on the first go – that’s a sign of good luck. The Fortune will smile gently and generously upon You.