King of Spades meaning
Detailed meanings for the King of Spades
KING OF SPADES
Lawman, widower, a divorced man, man of bad faith, envious person who seeks to harm, a man who wants only sex and does not care a tiny bit about you, evil dark man; here comes the King of Spades. This is one of the worst, if not the worst card in the deck.
You might be better off by not looking into omens that it brings.
Taken in isolation, this King announces:
To a married man: Conflict, law officer, trial.
To a married woman: Temporary, but serious extramarital love affair and interference in your family or relationship. Even though you know that the King of spades is bad for you, you still want him and are unable to resist the temptation. A charming lover will soon turn into a brutal tyrant, who will put an enormous strain on your emotions. If it does not last too long, you might succeed to keep this affair private.
To a single man: Rivalry.
To a young girl: Unfaithful lover.
To a divorced person: Upcoming marriage with another divorced person.
To a widowed person: failure of a relationship that looked like a promising new start.
The King of Spades having on the right a
Spade: Terrible omen. Bad dark man who wants to hurt you and abuse you. The omen is worse if the consultant is represented by a positive and happy card. In the worst it can mean a rape or daily physical and emotional abuse in a relationship.
Heart: Sorrow caused by a divorced man. – Rejection of love, refusal to marry.
Diamond: A lawyer will set a trap for you.
Club: You will be sued soon, and you will lose the case.
Having on the left a
Spade: A greedy and stingy man is trying to fool you.
Heart: Sorrow caused by a divorced man. – Refusal to marry.
Diamond: A lawyer will set a trap for you.
Club: You will soon be prosecuted and you will lose your trial.
Between two cards of the same value: Sickness.
Next to the Queen of Spades: Marriage; the other card touching the king becomes a silent; it does not speak. This is a positive card combination, surprisingly.
Between aces: You’ll go to jail.
Between two Aces, IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWED or PREVIOUS by a number of other spades:
This is the most terrible sign that can be revealed by cards.
The King of Spades, so surrounded, is the man of law and devil of hell who announces to you that you will pass through the hands of justice and you will be completely destroyed. Your death will follow. It will be painful and violent.
King of Spades—Upright.
Employed as a representative card, this one designates a man of very dark complexion, with black eyes and hair, passionate and proud, ambitious, and successful in most of his aspirations, but a person whom the reverse of fortune would utterly crush into obscurity.
Divested of this personal and destructive character, this card, when coming upright in an oracle, designates a professional man of eminence, a lawyer, judge, advocate, counselor, senator, practitioner, attorney, confidential agent, jurist, orator, statesman, pleader, diplomat, doctor of laws or in medicine, or a learned physician.
When the consultant be an unmarried lady, this card assures her that her admirer is a man of excessive probity and of honorable intentions, that is, if the king of diamonds likewise comes out upright. To a married woman it denotes that her property or honor will be in the keeping of a lawyer or agent of rectitude, who will rescue her from the machinations of enemies or spoliators. To a widow it shows that her second marriage will be to a man of eminence, who will render her after life most happy.
King of Spades—Reversed.
This card signifies a widower, a man in anger or difficulty, also one given to inebriety. But taken in a general acceptation, this card represents a wicked man, and, through induction, wickedness. In that case, its secondary significance can be gleaned from the synonyms, used to give expression to it, as follows:
Bad intentioned; innate wickedness; perversity; perfidy; crime; cruelty; inhumanity, and atrocity.
This card is likewise regarded as an unfortunate one, as it forewarns you of the utter wreck of your expectations, wrought by some one of the following causes:
Reverses; prejudice; theft; violence; corruption; elopement; libertinage; debauchery; slander; malice; exposure of secrets; disorder in morals, or calumny.
The King of Spades
As Master -Card is figured a particular Man, our enemy, resolute and powerful.
Influenced by its suit, it signifies News of a Death : or of misfortune to others.
By a Heart, it involves abuse of Trust or Affection.
By a Diamond, is figured a Man of social station and wealth or talents.
By a Club, a Man cautious and reserved, and hence perhaps unsuspected for his real Malevolency.
King of spades Card title – Lawyer
A man full of hatred. Business partner of bad faith. A lawyer you have all the reasons to fear.
If reversed – Loss of suit in court. Loss of business dispute. Loss of money that is rightfully yours.
He sits in judgment, holding the unsheathed sign of his suit. He recalls, of course, the conventional Symbol of Justice in the Trumps Major, and he may represent this virtue, but he is rather the power of life and death, in virtue of his office.
Divinatory Meanings: Whatsoever arises out of the idea of judgment and all its connections—power, command, authority, militant intelligence, law, offices of the crown, and so forth.
Reversed: Cruelty, perversity, barbarity, perfidy, evil intention.
King 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 King 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.