King of Spades 

King of Spades

King of Spades

Playing the game of a King you carry the energy of mastery and authority. And yet, the weight of the crown may weigh heavily on your head. Nonetheless, yours is the responsibility to stand up tall and lead the way. If you won’t lead, then who will?

Playing the game of a Spade you bring this energy to everything you believe and everything you do.

It means that your game in life is to consciously lead the way. In your conscience you know what’s right, and in your commanding authority, you establish what is right and what is real.

How To Read This Page

Above in the banner image is a visual expression of when you may be either Off Your Game or On Your Game. It depends on your perspective.

And below is an introductory list of experiences you may have in four important areas of your life when you are either...

  • On Your Game -- expressing it positively in your life
  • Off Your Game -- expressing it negatively in your life

King of Spades: Coming from Darkness to Light

King of Spades: Personal Patterns

  • Rock-solid, unflappable and unshakeable; an unbreakable willpower
  • A powerful, noble presence with a serene sense of knowing
  • Stubbornly fixated on your own ideas and ideals
  • Secretive, closed and aloof; hiding in your own shadows
  • Living as a law unto yourself; believing that others are just not worth your time or effort
  • Settling for a mediocre existence and busying yourself with intellectual or artistic distractions
  • Stepping forth boldly and humbly to assume your mantle of rightful leadership
  • And much more...
King of Spades: Paranoia

King of Spades: Relationship Patterns

  • Strong, wise, and eminently practical
  • Deeply devoted to your beloved; profoundly loyal to your friends
  • Emotionally conflicted and overthinking your feelings
  • Bossy, controlling, and domineering of those closest to you
  • Paranoid and suspicious of people; difficulty fully trusting those closest to you
  • Fear of betrayal can lead you to close your heart completely
  • Once you open up, you are tender, passionate, and emotionally present
  • And much more...
King of Spades: Content Is King

King of Spades: Career Patterns

  • A natural-born leader; decisively living your vision and finding rich reward for your leadership
  • A gift to see through any and all pretense to discern the true gems of real value
  • A sense of burden and responsibility, like the crown weighs too heavy on your head
  • Afraid of your own power and afraid of the consequences of exercising your power
  • Too controlling to delegate any responsibility; obsessively trying to do it all yourself
  • Analysis-paralysis; getting fanatically fixated on details and losing sight of the big picture
  • Utilizing your authority to call forth whatever is most beneficial for our world 
  • And much more...
King of Spades: Cartomancy Meaning - indecision and conflict umbrella

King of Spades: Health & Wellbeing Patterns

  • Naturally robust health with an ease of physical resilience
  • Keenly aware of your power to think, feel, and act on behalf of your own health
  • Poor work/life balance; easily forgetting about your own wellbeing and health needs
  • Paranoia, over-analysis, worry, and fear can be exhausting and debilitating
  • Overly and unnecessarily self-protective; adopting a hypochondriac, risk-adverse attitude
  • Emotional indecision and emotional conflict can disrupt your inner harmony
  • Living life to the fullest; living in beautiful appreciation of what is
  • And much more...

It's All In The Cards!  

Was that mind-blowing or what?

Maybe a little confronting?

And totally amazing?


If what you just read about yourself didn’t fully resonate, try this: ask someone who knows you well to read the above list and see if they think it accurately portrays you.

And... would you believe this is just the beginning of what The Source Cards reveal about your life?

Now, Choose Your Own Adventure!

The wise person knows the Self and plays the game of life. But the fool lives in the world like a beast of burden.

~ Ashtavakra Gita (4:1)