High side - freedom, progressive, versatile, variety, adaptable, experiencer, traveler, adventurous, changeable, explorer, ambitious, extrovert, brilliant, expansive, fun, enlightened, spontaneous, expressive, optimistic, playful, humorous, popular, cheerful,
Low side - irresponsible, undependable, restless, unmarriageable, unstable, conniving, dangerous, insecure, confrontational, disrespectful, dissatisfied, unaccountable, elusive, fickle, seductive, deceptive, negative, codependent, detached, contrarian, adversarial, mocking, negative, cynical, gloomy, pessimistic, bleak
Variety is the spice of life could be the motto of the Five of Hearts♥ person. They are the seeker of all things new and different: ideas, careers, foreign lands and lovers. With so much Three energy in their life script, the Three of Clubs♣ in Mercury and the Three of Spades♠ in Venus, they have a hard time deciding if this is all there is to life as they rush toward the next adventure. Even for those who are settled in their life, career or marriage, they are likely to have a file folder of travel and vacation ideas or a strong fantasy life where they can live freely and without consequence.
Another aspect of those Threes is a high creativity both mentally and emotionally. The Mercury aspect of Three of Clubs♣ is a double Mercury/Club influence. Clubs♣ are about the mind, communication and education and the same is said of Mercury. These Five of Hearts♥ people have a very busy and brilliant mind that may drive them throughout their lives. Learning to focus all their fabulous ideas and creative energy into a worthwhile endeavor gives a Five of Hearts♥ person a sense of groundedness so desperately needed in their lives.
Their Three of Spades♠ in Venus suggests they could be quite entertaining, the life of the party, and take great pleasure in it all while mixing business with pleasure. Because of their Venus placement, they may have difficulty deciding which relationship to invest in or have fears or jealousy that a partner isn’t invested in them.
Should the Five of Hearts♥ person seek spiritual knowledge and wisdom, they will find the answers they seek coupled with a sense of center and belonging. With a lifetime of vast and varied experiences with people and places, they embody the knowledge and wisdom that experience endows making them wise counsel for those along the same path.
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.
Five of Hearts♥ rules the week of May 28 – June 3 in common years and May 27 – June 2 in leap years.
Five of Hearts♥ Karma Cards:
Challenging Karma Card (-KC) Four of Diamonds♦
Supporting Karma Card (+KC) Five of Clubs♣
Five of Hearts♥ Birthdays: October 30, November 28, December 26
Famous Five of Hearts♥: Harry Hamlin, Charles Atlas, Henry Winkler, Louis Malle, Ruth Gordon, Fyodor Dostoevsky, John Adams, Grace Slick, Anna Nicole Smith, Jon Stewart, Judd Nelson, Mao Tse-tung, Alan King, Phil Spector, Lars Ulrich, Ozzie Smith, Henry Miller, Steve Allen, Richard Widmark, Berry Gordy, Jr., Paul Shaffer, Carrol Spinney, Robert Monroe, Martin Clunes
Learning through experience is an accurate description of the Five of Clubs♣, a gatherer of all life has to offer. Adventurous to the core, much is gained through discovery, exploring new places and researching new ideas. Restlessness is a common denominator of all Fives (5), but the Five of Clubs♣ is perhaps the most restless of them all.
Nicknamed the “Restless Thinker” and the “Changeable Mind” card, it’s not uncommon for Five of Clubs♣ people to explore entirely new lifestyles, change jobs, relocate frequently and/or have many lovers throughout their life. This is the card most likely to have secret love affairs or something secretive about their family or love life. They are naturally curious to know what something new is like. They subconsciously know that they will wither under constraints of the average lifestyle, one that limits their personal freedom.
There’s an interesting energy expressed in both their karma cards. Their Challenging Karma Card (-KC) is the Five of Hearts♥, the restless heart, the seeker of experience in relationships. Their Supporting Karma Card (+KC) is the Four of Clubs♣, common sense, intelligence and mental stability. Balancing the stabilizing influence with the drive for all things new and different presents an interesting journey for the Five of Clubs♣ person. There is a need to allow self-discipline and structure to support their life. Giving focused attention and continuity to endeavors that provide enough mental stimulation and expansiveness can satisfy the unique expression that is the Five of Clubs♣.
Financial indicators in the Master Earth Script are favorable for Five of Clubs♣ people providing they channel their Four of Clubs♣ supportive energy. A Three of Diamonds♦ in Mercury indicates lucrative ideas that provide an income coupled with a Seven of Diamonds♦ (nicknamed the “Millionaire’s Card”) in Jupiter suggesting prosperity and unlimited resources. Focusing the restless mind of the Five of Clubs♣ will access these benefic energies, which in turn, will allow the adventurous Five of Clubs♣ the freedom they so desire.
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.
Five of Clubs♣ rules the week of August 27 – September 2 in common years and August 26 – September 1 in leap years.
Five of Clubs♣ Karma Cards:
Challenging Karma Card (-KC) Five of Hearts♥
Supporting Karma Card (+KC) Four of Clubs♣
Five of Clubs♣ Birthdays: March 31, April 29, May 27, June 25, July 23, August 21, September 19, October 17, November 15, December 13
Famous Five of Clubs♣: Wild Bill Hickock, Pavel Bure, Hermann Oberth, Hubert H. Humphrey, Gordie Howe, William Randolph Hearst, Henry Kissinger, Ben Bernanke, Al Gore, Andre Agassi, Uma Thurman, Michelle Pfeiffer, Daniel Day-Lewis, Monica Lewinsky, Don Imus, Kim Cattrall, Jim Abbott, Emily Carr, Evel Knieval, Don Drysdale, Archie Moore, Jamie Foxx, Phyllis George, Bert Convy, Melvin Van Peebles, Jeremy Irons, Todd Bridges, Louis Gossett Jr., Carly Simon, Woody Harrelson, George Orwell, David Icke, Wilt Chamberlain, Count Basie, “Mama” Cass Elliott, Dick Van Dyke, Adam West, Vincent Price, Joseph Fiennes, George Michael, Jimmie Walker, June Lockhart, Kenny Rogers, Joan Lunden, Paul Williams, Steve Buscemi, Rita Hayforth, Ted Nugent, Eminem, Edwin Catmull, Margot Kidder, Ed Asner, Gary Zukav, Nick Pope, Jerry Seinfeld, Jimmy Fallon, Ricky Gervais, Daniel Radcliffe, Eric Carle, Michael Sabatino, Katie Doyle, Anthony Bourdain, PMH Atwater, Leo Buscaglia, Doreen Virtue
Not one to be hemmed in, the Five of Diamonds♦ finds satisfaction in personal freedom. Known as the “Freedom in Values” card, travel, adventure and living by their own rules and values (monetary or spiritual) are very important. People with this card seek variety and fulfillment in their lives while resisting the need to settle down long enough to create stability. Work that includes travel is a great compromise between freedom and responsibility – a career in which they set their own hours coupled with the opportunity to get out of the office, or at the very least, get away from their desks. Sales positions are often a rewarding profession for Five of Diamonds♦ people.
Located in the same position in the Master Earth Script as the Nine of Diamonds♦ in the Master Heaven Script, the Five of Diamonds♦ is often not attached to material things. Quite generous with those most dear to them, they run the risk of feeling drained by it. Budgeting can minimize any financial concerns. It also invites caution for the Five of Diamonds♦ person in money matters or financial speculation.
With their Queen of Spades♠ in Mercury in their life script, the Five of Diamonds♦ demonstrates a very sharp mind and strong personality. Coupled with this Queen are the Two of Clubs♣ in Saturn and King of Clubs♣ in Uranus. Combined, these three indicate a strong personality that can be larger than life. Prone to robust dialogue, they may be seen as argumentative or aggressive when under pressure. When focused on cooperation and self-development, there is no limit to what Five of Diamonds♦ people can achieve.
The Five of Diamonds♦ does incarnate with a karma of responsibility that challenges their need to be and feel free. Later in life, they often settle into their spiritual path of self-development and spiritual exploration thus manifesting their change of values from self-orientation to spiritual expression.
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.
Because of the Five of Diamonds♦ placement (Saturn/Neptune) in the Master Earth Script, it is highly recommended that people of this card avoid the use of alcohol and drugs and be cautious with any addictive or mind-altering substances, including prescriptions.
Five of Diamonds♦ rules the week of November 26 – December 2 in common years and November 25 – December 1 in leap years.
Five of Diamonds♦ Karma Cards:
Challenging Karma Card (-KC) Nine of Diamonds♦
Supporting Karma Card (+KC) Three of Clubs♣
Five of Diamonds♦ Birthday: January 22, February 20, March 18, April 16, May 14, June 12, July 10, August 8, September 6, October 4, November 2
Famous Five of Diamonds♦: Prince Edward, Maria Antoinette, Nikola Tesla, Edgar Cayce, Manly P. Hall, Alexander Strath-Gordon, Wilbur Wright, Anne Frank, George Bush Sr., Pope Benedict XVI, Joseph P. Kennedy, Pat Buchanan, Burt Lancaster, James K. Polk, Vic Damone, Sidney Poiter, Charlie Chaplin, John Seymour, John E. Mack, George Lucas, Dustin Hoffman, David Brinkley, Cate Blanchett, Diane Lane, Dave “The Edge” Evans, Jeff Foxworthy, Susan Sarandon, Alicia Silverstone, Jessica Simpson, James Gilliss, Foxy Brown, Sofia Coppola, Jane Addams, Roger Waters, Queen Latifah, Jon Erikson, Jane Curtin, Justin Whalin, Anika Noni Rose, Heath/Hiroshi Morie, Edie Adams, Cindy Crawford, Linda Blair, Charles Barkley, Jennifer O’Neill, Nancy Wilson, Wilson Ickett, Peter Graves, Grover Cleveland, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Barry Nelson, Marv Albert, Arlo Gutherie, Connie Stevens, Jo Anne Worley, Charlton Heston, k.d. lang, Vanessa Williams, Bill Bixby, John Hurt, Patty Hearst, Sandy Duncan, Gloria Vanderbilt, Charlie Pride, George Plimpton, Martin Lawrence, Selena Quintanilla, Henry Mancini, Roberta Zemeckis, Chick Corea, Arthur Ashe, Keith Carradine, Esther Williams, Rosie Perez, Ansel Adams, Sam Cooke, Kurt Cobain, Ivana Trump, Bobby Unser, Andrew Shue, Irene Cara, F. W. deKlerk, Bonnie Blair, Ellen Barkin, Bobby Vinton, Herbie Mann, Bobby Darin, Jim Nabors, Fred Gwynne, Donny Most, Mark Zuckerberg, Anne Rice, Daniel Boone, Stephanie Powers, Peter Weir, Tom Gardner, Jordan Bernt Peterson
Free spirit best describes the true nature of the Five of Spades♠. Travel and adventure keep this card feeling alive and, oftentimes, the adventure is linked to career opportunities. This ‘Five (5) of all Fives’ of the deck dislikes routines and restrictions of any kind and often relocates or travels between two homes or locations just to keep things interesting.
With a double Venus influence from its positions in both Master Scripts, the Five of Spades♠ exudes passion and creativity in all they do. Through this luscious Venus energy, people of this card easily attract friends and/or lovers, and in keeping with the free-spirit of the Five’s nature, might enjoy an abundance of friends, fans, and/or lovers in their lifetime. Their Nine of Clubs♣ card in Venus may indicate frustrations in relationships furthering the desire for freedom from certain commitments.
For financial backing, they have the King of Diamonds♦ in the Uranus position in their life script, bringing with it inherent executive or management skills that can result in profitable business dealings. Later in life, there may be unexpected opportunities that bring significant reward, provided the Five energy of ‘freedom at any cost’ is productively channeled.
Their King of Hearts♥ in Saturn suggests a certain responsibility to loved ones and a need to address their personal, emotional issues in a mature fashion. The free-spirit expression does have an effect on those around them and taking responsibility for that is a life lesson for Five of Spades♠ people.
They enjoy a robust social life, are popular and well-liked, and need to balance their enthusiasm for socializing with self-care. Using their natural gifts, freedom and responsibility, they can achieve their goals, enjoy their greatest adventures and live their wildest dreams. Many with this card are “seekers of truth” or of a higher lifestyle in the areas of religion, spirituality and health. They can ultimately take a leadership role in their family, church, community or field of study.
People of this card and suit are ultimately here to experience life and themselves through work/labor, health, death/dying, wisdom and/or spirituality.
Five of Spades♠ rules the week of February 26 – March 4 in common years and February 26 – March 3 in leap years.
Five of Spades♠ Karma Cards:
Challenging Karma Card (-KC) Ten of Hearts♥
Supporting Karma Card (+KC) Four of Diamonds♦
Five of Spades♠ Birthdays: January 9, February 7, March 5, April 3, May 1
Famous Five of Spades♠: Marlon Brando, Richard Nixon, Charles Dickens, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, Jane Goodall, Jack Paar, Glenn Ford, Doris Day, Wayne Newton, Joan Baez, Eddie Murphy, Chris Rock, Kevin Connolly, Dean Stockwell, Tim McGraw, Jimmy Page, A. J. McLean, Dave Matthews, Ashton Kutcher, Crystal Gayle, Susannah York, Bob Denver, Garth Brooks, Larry “Buster” Crabbe, Tina Majorino, James Spader, Niki Taylor, Andy Gibb, Tony Orlando, Samantha Eggar, Alec Baldwin, Joel Osteen, Robert Bauval, Paris Jackson, Earl Woods