High side - powerful, authority, successful, judgment, visionary, popular, self-reliant, practical, ambitious, independent, leader, social, management, extrovert, creative, protected, strength, mastery, organized, tenacious
Low side - controlling, abusive, combative, condescending, tyrannical, inflexible, ruthless, violent, cruel, overbearing, domineering, jealous, fixed, materialistic, egotistical, demanding, explosive, repressive, manipulative, pushy
Charisma galore, the Eight of Hearts♥ person is a natural charmer. They have an innate ability to connect with the needy child inside us and affirm our lovability. With such power with love comes great responsibility. With two Sevens as their karma cards (both positive and negative), the karma for misuse of their power with love is quick and just. When tempted by the lower expression of manipulating others, the Eight of Hearts♥ person meets the swift hand of karma very quickly.
Accessing the energies of their Ten of Clubs♣ in Jupiter provides opportunities for success through using intellectual and analytical prowess. Continuing education or additional training as it applies to their career is supported by this Ten of Clubs♣. Combined with their King of Spades♠ in Uranus, leadership is often in the cards for an Eight of Hearts♥.
Financially, the Eight of Hearts♥ learns perseverance and determination, indicated by the Eight of Diamonds♦ in Saturn. It’s possible they might inherit money, but more likely they have to work for it. With all the support of the powerful combination the Ten of Clubs♣ and the King of Spades♠, working often proves to be quite rewarding.
Blessed with a fortunate life script and opportunity for recognition, these people can make a positive contribution to life and the world at large by sharing their brilliant minds, loving nature and healing ability.
People of this card and suit are here to experience life and themselves through feelings/emotions, art/beauty, children/youth, people/relationships, and love/marriage.
Because of the Eight of Hearts♥ placement (Neptune/Jupiter) in the Master Earth Script, it is highly recommended that people with this card avoid the use of alcohol and drugs and be cautious with any addictive or mind-altering substances, including prescriptions.
Eight of Hearts♥ rules the week of May 7 – 13 in common years and May 6 – 12 in leap years.
Eight of Hearts♥ Karma Cards:
Challenging Karma Card (-KC) Seven of Spades♠
Supporting Karma Card (+KC) Seven of Hearts♥
Eight of Hearts♥ Birthdays: August 31, September 29, October 27, November 25, December 23
Famous Eight of Hearts♥: Theodore Roosevelt, Joseph Smith, Andrew Carnegie, Leif Erickson, Gene Autry, John Cleese, Emily Post, Richard Gere, Itzhak Perlman, Eldridge Cleaver, John F. Kennedy Jr., Madeline Kahn, Jerry Lee Lewis, Anita Ekberg, Warren Christopher, Kelly Osbourne, Christina Applegate, Jenna Bush, Susan Lucci, Bryant Gumbel, Stanley Kramer, Debbie Gibson, Buddy Hackett, Marcia Clark, Jayne Kennedy, Amy Grant, John Larroquette, Ricardo Montalban, Joe DiMaggio, Connie Mack, James Coburn, John Gotti, Lee Greenwood, Patty Sheehan, Eddie Vedder, Marla Maples, Emilie Ullerup, Matt Drudge, Jonathan Young
Through concentrated mental focus, there is little that the Eight of Clubs♣ person cannot accomplish. As one of the three Fixed Cards in the Master Scripts, the Eight of Clubs♣ uses its “fixed” and powerful determination to reach its goals. Highly intuitive, people with this card can read a situation and intuit the next move rather easily, resulting in mental agility like no other card in the deck. Knowledge is power and they will learn all they can to achieve success.
Success comes easily to Eight of Clubs♣ people because of their Ten of Diamonds♦ card (nicknamed the “Big Money” card) in Jupiter. They are able to see the big picture and enjoy investing themselves for a big payoff. With a natural business sense, their ambition and assertiveness serve them well, provided they don’t get lured into mental combat with their competition or co-workers. This Ten of Diamonds♦ in Jupiter influence also encourages generosity and philanthropy as they share the wealth with those in need. Eight of Clubs♣ people love social activities and often use their innate charm and social skills equally well for a business dinner or a dinner party.
It’s quite natural for an Eight of Clubs♣ to find a mate through their work. A hard-worker themselves, they enjoy the company of like-minded individuals who share their work ethics and achievements. Creating a stable and stylish home environment appeals to this card. They prefer harmonious, supportive spaces and places that reflect the just rewards for their hard work and dedication.
A particular challenge for the Eight of Clubs♣ person is finding balance between their rigid ideas and principles and the mutuality of relationship. They often fear feeling dominated by another which could result in power struggles in their relationships. Rather fixed in nature, they can be stubborn in their mental structures and relationship challenges can be difficult for the Eight of Clubs♣. Learning the dance of relationship brings balance and satisfaction.
People of this card and suit are here to experience life and themselves through their mental nature, thoughts/thinking, communication/language, information/knowledge and education.
Because of the Eight of Clubs♣ placement (Mars/Neptune) in the Master Earth Script, it is highly recommended that people with this card avoid the use of alcohol and drugs and be cautious with any addictive or mind-altering substances, including prescriptions.
Eight of Clubs♣ rules the week of August 6 – 12 in common years and August 5 – 11 in leap years.
(Member of the Mystical Family of Seven: Ace of Clubs♣, Two of Hearts♥, Seven of Diamonds♦, Eight of Clubs♣, Nine of Hearts♥, Jack of Hearts♥ and King of Spades♠)
Eight of Clubs♣ Karma Cards:
Fixed Card* with the Jack of Hearts♥ and King of Spades♠
Eight of Clubs♣ Birthdays: March 28, April 26, May 24, June 22, July 20, August 18, September 16, October 14, November 12, December 10
Famous Eight of Clubs♣: Queen Victoria, Dwight Eisenhower, Zbigniew Brzezinski, George Vancouver, Paul Morphy, Anne Morrow Lindbergh, Marina Popovich, Roman Polanski, Robert Redford, David Copperfield, Jet Li, Priscilla Presley, Bob Dylan, Tommy Chong, Carol Burnett, Harry Anderson, Freddie Prinze, Allen Funt, Cyndi Lauper, Patti LaBelle, Ralph Waite, Meryl Streep, Lindsay Wagner, Ed Bradley, Billy Wilder, John Dillinger, Natalie Wood, Gisele Bundchen, Patrick Swayze, Usher, Roger Moore, Neil Young, Ryan Gosling, Susan Dey, Emily Dickinson, Reba McEntire, Nick Jonas, B. B. King, Kris Kristofferson, Carlos Santana, Malcolm-Jamal Warner, Jessica Rowe, Martin Mull, Shelley Winters, Mickey Rourke, Lauren Bacall, Peter Falk, Amy Brenneman, Dan Brown, Elizabeth Warren, Dianne Feinstein, Vince Vaughn, Kim Carnes, Dannion Brinkley, Adalia Rose, Christian Slater, Anne Hathaway, Melania Trump, Lady Gaga
Powerful people make you sit up and take notice and that is certainly the experience with the Eight of Diamonds♦, also known as the card of fame and fortune. They like to take charge, be out in front and be recognized for their achievements. Often power-earners, they enjoy the money they create and spend it with enthusiasm as well.
Their Jupiter position in the center of the Sun Line in the Master Earth Script indicates recognition for their achievement and the capacity to achieve magnificently. Their driving need to succeed can lend people of this card to be a bit controlling, especially through their power and authority with money and finances, either their own or someone else’s. With a Queen of Clubs♣ in Jupiter, they are clear in their concepts of how things work and can be a force to be reckoned with.
Indicated by their Three of Hearts♥ card in Venus, Eight of Diamonds♦ people may experience ambivalence in relationships and have difficulty deciding on a partner. Additionally, their Three of Diamonds♦ in Neptune creates indecisiveness about the perfect opportunity. It seems they can be quite certain in their professional expression and relatively uncertain in their emotional lives. In their profession, they have a certain level of control and emotionally they cannot control the other.
Having the Ten of Spades♠ in Saturn suggests an ability to take on large projects, shouldering the responsibility and reward for the effort. The Eight of Diamonds♦ can accomplish much in this lifetime and is usually well compensated for their efforts.
As an Eight, power is a key life lesson – using this power to contribute to, rather than control, others. Often good business people, they know what they are worth, what you are worth and what the task at hand is worth. Focused and driven, they will achieve that on which they set their sights, and often are well compensated for their efforts.
People of this card and suit are here to experience life and themselves through values, acquiring worth, both material and immaterial, commerce, evaluation, financial matters and business.
Eight of Diamonds♦ rules the week of November 4 – 10 in common years and November 5 – 11 in leap years.
Eight of Diamonds♦ Karma Cards:
Challenging Karma Card (-KC) Queen of Spades♠
Supporting Karma Card (+KC) Seven of Clubs♣
Eight of Diamonds♦ Birthdays: January 19, February 17, March 15, April 13, May 11, June 9, July 7, August 5, September 3, October 1
Famous Eight of Diamonds♦: Santa Claus, Catherine de’ Medici, Guy Fawkes, Andrew Jackson, Thomas Jefferson, Edgar Allan Poe, Louis Farrakhan, Robert McNamara, William Boeing, Neil Armstrong, Happy Rockefeller, Jackie Wilson, Cole Porter, Jackie Mason, Dolly Parton, Walter Matthau, Ringo Starr, Janis Joplin, Sly Stone, Al Green, Salvador Dali, Martha Graham, Tom Bosley, Johnny Depp, Loni Anderson, John Huston, Charlie Sheen, Natalie Portman, Randy Quaid, Jimmy Carter, Stella Stevens, Michael Jordan, Julie Andrews, Michael J. Fox, Elizabeth May, Desi Arnez Jr., Jean Stapleton, Mark McGwire, Kiran Bedi, Gary Kasparov, Alan Ladd, Valerine Perrine, Rene Russo, Jim Brown, Katey Sagal, Park Overall, Michaela Conlin, Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev, Fabio, Phil Lesh, Patricia Cornwell, Judd Hirsch, Denise Richards, Patrick Ewing, Paris Hilton, Theresa May, Daphne Oz
All Eights (8) exude power, but the Eight of Spades♠ is the “Eight of the Eights” in the cards of life. Strong-willed and determined, this Eight of the deck can move mountains if it suits them, whether it is in health, healing or work. How best to channel this energy is a life journey for the Eight of Spades♠: to make a powerful contribution in life or to be domineering and willful.
With an Ace of Hearts♥ in Mercury, there’s a deep need for love and approval that flavors their self-expression. They know what they need and know how to ask for it. Quite convincing, they are. Coupled with an Ace of Diamonds♦ in Venus, there’s a desire to prove their worth to others and a need to be of worth within their family. They can be very generous with those they love.
Their Five of Hearts♥ card in Jupiter encourages an adventurous streak. Travel to new places, meeting new people restores the Eight of Spades♠ person. Such a hard worker by nature, the freedom and expansion of this influence restores them and puts their life back in balance. They can be prone to restlessness or impatience in general, so having a good vacation to look forward to helps keep them on track.
Furthering this restless Five energy is the Threes that they have in Saturn and Uranus. Confident in one minute and insecure in the next, it’s important to create a system or plan to keep on track. Threes can be very creative and/or very indecisive. When this energy is harnessed for the creative contribution, the Eight of Spades♠ person is well on their way to success.
Career often takes priority over relationships. They work hard to excel in their professions and need to be recognized and respected for their well-deserved achievements. Often well compensated for the work they do, Eight of Spades♠ people often marry into money as well.
People of this card and suit are ultimately here to experience life and themselves through work/labor, health, death/dying, wisdom and/or spirituality.
Eight of Spades♠ rules the week of February 5 – 11 in both common and leap years.
Eight of Spades♠ Karma Cards:
Challenging Karma Card (-KC) King of Clubs♣
Supporting Karma Card (+KC) Six of Clubs♣
Eight of Spades♠ Birthdays: January 6, February 4, March 2
Famous Eight of Spades♠: Sun Myung Moon, Kahlil Gibran, Dr. Seuss, Rosa Parks, Mikhail Gorbachev, Alan Watts, Rowan Atkinson, Alice Cooper, Betty Friedan, Lou Reed, Laraine Newman, Desi Arnaz, Karen Carpenter, Dan Quayle, Danny Thomas, John Singleton, Oscar De La Hoya, Lawrence Taylor, Bonnie Franklin, Vic Tayback, Loretta Young, Carl Sandburg, Nancy Lopez, Clint Black, Robert Dean, Ree Drummond, Norman Reedus, Jon Bon Jovi, Julie Chen, Daniel Craig, Eddie Redmayne