The Deck of Cards is a Mathematical Model of Our Solar Year.
Here's the simple layout...
1. The deck has 52 cards, and our year has 52 weeks.
2. The deck has 4 suits, and our year has 4 seasons.
3. Each suit has 13 cards; each season has 13 weeks.
4. Add the numerical values together for each suit: The Ace is worth 1, the Jack, Queen, and King are each worth 11, 12, and 13 respectively, and we have:
1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 6 + 7 + 8 + 9 + 10 + 11 + 12 + 13 = 91
And there are 91 days in each season.
5. Combine the numerical values of all 4 suits and we have
91 x 4 = 364
6. The Joker is the 53rd archetype and the 5th element in this 4-part matrix. His numeric value is represented as his elemental interplay with the 4-part baseline structure, mathematically rendered as
5 / 4
which reduces fractionally to 1 ¼
7. When we place the Joker back into the deck we get
364 + 1 ¼ = 365 ¼
the exact time it takes each year for the Earth to rotate around the Sun
8. Plus, there are 12 court cards (Jacks, Queens, Kings) in the deck and there are 12 months in the year.
Thus, we can see that the deck of 52 Cards is a conceptual model of our solar calendar. It mathematically represents the Earth revolving around the Sun.
But it goes deeper than that: The Source Cards represent the energy patterns in the quantum field all around us. They give us a mental map of the energy field inside of which we live and move and have our being.
And a clue to the depth of mathematical meaning that The Source Cards reveal about our space-time matrix is that there is a second Joker in every deck whose numerical value is zero.
Calculating Your Birth Card
There are 365 days each year and 52 cards in the deck. These 52 cards rotate throughout the year in an ordered, repeatable format.
So, your Birth Card is found using a simple mathematical formulation. It's based on the numbers of your date of birth.
If you're curious to know exactly how this calculation works, please watch our free Welcome Video.
And... If You Like A Good Math Riddle...
See if you can discover for yourself the simple mathematical formulation used to calculate the Birth Card.
Two trains start off from two different cities at two different speeds.... No, just kidding.
Here you go:
First, you need to know that all of the cards in the deck are numbered 1 - 52 in order from Hearts - Spades. For example: The Ace of Hearts is number 1. The King of Clubs is number 26. The Ace of Spades is number 40. The King of Spades is number 52.
And here are all the birthdays every year for the King of Clubs:
1/27 2/25 3/23 4/21 5/19 6/17 7/15 8/13 9/11 10/9 11/7 12/5
Notice a pattern?
Now, based on this information: what's the formula used to calculate the result that these are the birthdays for the King of Clubs? And whatever formula you use should work to calculate the birthdays of all 52 cards in the year.
Don't worry, the answer is in our free Welcome Video.
Your Personality Card Calculation
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