High side - versatile, entertaining, independent, humorous, exuberant, creative, unmanifested potential, joking, wise, youthful, unique, enigmatic, boundless, jovial, jolly, brilliant
Low side - dubious, selfish, vacillating, moody, player, elusive, crazy, cruel, deceptive, insane, foolish, immature, shape-shifting, tormented, frivolous, lazy
Nestled between the Ace of Hearts♥ of December 30th and the King of Spades♠ of January 1st lies the elusive Joker. This unique card stands on the stage above the Sun Line in both Master Scripts and their personality and characteristics can be any or all that lies below them from the Ace of Hearts♥ to the King of Spades♠ in the Cards of Life. So, which card will he play? The Joker can play his hand any way that suits him and at any time.
Will people with a Joker card play the role of the Ace of Hearts♥, one who is eager to express their uniqueness and individuality, one who is focused on self-interests with a deep emotional need for self-exploration and self-expression? These qualities certainly can lend its dramatic energy to the Joker, the one who feels into life expression and enjoys being the center of attention. A certain air of youthful exuberance surrounds the Joker, who will throughout life be invited to access the positive, creative and insightful side of their nature.
Or is the Joker ready to rise up and play the role of the King of Spades♠, the master of all trades with the ability to achieve great things in any profession of their choosing? With this accomplished master on the other side of the Joker, there’s an independent, ambitious and determined quality about them as well. Does the Joker person want to take on responsibility, engage themselves with focused self-discipline, set goals and take charge? It is truly their choice how they play the card handed to them for this lifetime.
As though they are both the child and the parent, the Joker is packed full with the vitality and innocence of youth alongside the wisdom and responsibility of the adult. Always faced with a choice to be either the child or the adult, the life task of any Joker may be to embody the divine qualities of both. Symbolically, this represents the birth of mankind, the Ace of Hearts♥, and its eventual return to God, the King of Spades♠. Is the Joker here to embody all the gifts and attributes assigned to an incarnation, merely spirit enjoying a physical existence? Ask a Joker to see what they say.
Truly, a multifaceted individual, the Joker person gets to choose in every moment of time if they are going to have a vast and wide personality with huge potential for a dynamic, enriching life or merely a frivolous one. The choice is ultimately theirs to make.
While the Joker does not have any Karma Cards, you can learn more about this creative and entertaining card by reading about the Ten of Clubs, its Life Calendar Card in common years or the Ace of Clubs in leap years.
The Joker rules the partial “week” of December 31 in common years and December 30 – 31 in leap years.
Joker Karma Cards:
Joker Birthdays: December 31
Famous Jokers: Henry I Duke of Guise, Andreas Vesalius, Simon Forman, Emperor Go-Yōzei, Henri Matisse, Queen Kapiolani, Thomas Bramwell Welch, Charles A. Coffin, Elizabeth Arden, Fred Marriott, George Thorogood, Simon Wiesenthal, Crown Prince (Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Clement DeLion), Ade Duval, Odetta Holmes, General Cornwallis, Helen Dodson Prince, Maurice Sinet, Mary Logan Reddick, Joe McIntyre, Ben Kingsley, Anthony Hopkins, Diane von Fürstenberg, George C. Marshall, Donna Summer, John Denver, Alex Ferguson, Willye Brown White, Tim Matheson, Gabby Douglas, Barbara Carrera, Val Kilmer, Chandra West, Donald Trump Jr., Psy, Gerry Dee, Julie Doucet, Ricky Whittle, The Rocket Summer, Noelle Stevenson, Bronson Pelletier, Jan Smit, Rosalind Cash, Jeff Waldstreicher, Brent Barry, Junot Díaz, Michael McDonald, Chris Hallam, Steve Rude, Nicholas Charles Sparks