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I'm currently offering 30-minute and 90-minute Cards of Truth readings, a compatibility reading (based on the Cards of Truth), and a card divination reading where you can ask me anything. These readings will be sent to your email in the form of a video recording.

To book a Cards of Truth Reading, click here.

About the Cards of Truth System

The Cards of Truth system was founded by the renowned Tropical Vedic astrologer, Ernst Wilhelm. This ancient card method was unveiled to the public in the 1800s and gained some recognition in the 1970s when someone made predictions for the 1976 Olympics. Wilhelm has enhanced the predictive system by integrating his knowledge of Vedic astrology, numerology, and Tarot, adding depth and efficiency to the card interpretations.

 

Each day of the year has a certain energy that one of the 52 playing cards symbolizes. This incredible card system connects each card with the 52 weeks of the year and the four suits corresponding to the four seasons and cycles. Each card in the deck represents a stage in life that we go through, therefore, linking our birth card spread to our natural cycles. This system also places the planets and the houses from our astrological chart in their respective cards in the birth card chart.

 

Your birth card, the card that corresponds to the day you were born, reflects your essence and the card that you're striving to master. Keep in mind, if you were born between midnight and sunrise, your birth card will be represented by the previous card. Click here to see your entire individualized birth card spread.

 

Take a look at the chart below. What's your birth card?

I enjoy using the Cards of Truth as a predictive system, at the same time, I love using it to help my clients with their psychological and emotional understanding as well. Please be open to hearing some things that may be thought-provoking as I look at both conscious and unconscious and perhaps some challenging elements in your chart. I hope to bring us closer to obtaining personal growth and self-knowledge, as we work on remedying the parts of life where we feel stuck and unclear. 

 

Above is an example of a Cards of Truth birth card chart, which contains 14 cards total, including your birth card. The birth card is always the top card that's in yellow and is based on the day you were born. We read the cards from right to left. The first card is the Sun card and it's an Ace of Spades in the example.

  • The Sun card is what you have and what you're refining in your life.

  • The Moon card shows what you attract and what your resources are.

  • The Mars card exemplifies what you're getting a lot of experience with and what you may struggle with or fight for.

  • The Mercury card is what provides you with a sense of stability and a secure foundation.

  • The Jupiter card is what gets delayed in our lives and what we struggle with until we make an internal shift.

  • The Venus card shows what brings us fulfillment and contentment.

  • The Saturn card exemplifies what we're learning to eliminate and detach from.

If you share the same birth card with someone, their cards will look the same as yours but what makes your chart unique are the planets that fall in each of the first seven cards, which are gathered from your Tropical Vedic Astrological chart. Your individualized birth card chart shows what your strengths are and perhaps where you're getting stuck based on the planets in your cards. For example, if you have Saturn in the 6 of Hearts Mercury card, you may struggle with feeling secure and fulfilled in your connections and/or love life.

The Significance of Each Suit

Each suit has an astrological and numerological significance.

Spades

Spades, being the first suit in the Cards of Truth system, symbolize the individual Self or the ego. The first house in astrology is ruled by Aries, which represents the path the individual is on and new beginnings. The number one corresponds to the birth of something and something new. This suit represents the challenges each faces because being born into this grueling world means facing hardships. It represents the struggle to protect one’s ego and to be strong. Depending on the number of your birth card, your strength will be tested as you learn to master your ego.

Hearts

Hearts is a loving and nurturing suit that signifies the connection in which individuals yearn. In astrology, the second house is ruled by Taurus, the house of getting what you need when you need it. This secondary suit is about attracting what we need and giving us joy. Hearts have to do with our feelings and emotions, especially things that make us happy. Associated with the water element, you may connect to something in a spiritual way, be it music, art, or anything else. Essentially, you strive to bond with something or someone you love because it feels good. 

Clubs

In astrology, the third house is ruled by Gemini, which corresponds to the arms, the intellect, and communication. We often use our arms and hands to create something that is generated from an idea. Clubs is the third suit that is connected to our ideas, inspiration, activities, meaningful work, and interaction with others. Out of all of the suits, this one is the busiest because perhaps, this lifetime is about being productive and sharing your inspiration with others. For this reason, we see many teachers with a Clubs birth card.

Diamonds

In astrology, the fourth house is ruled by Cancer, which is ruled by the Moon. The Moon is exalted in the sign of Taurus which has to do with self-worth and value. People with this suit are learning to recognize their self-worth and as they do, they’re able to attract what they deserve. The fourth house also represents the home. The home is our foundation and our security. This is why Diamonds, the fourth suit, has to do with our safety and foundation. It’s also the suit that corresponds to anything of concrete value such as money, land, respect and titles, skills, and precious gemstones. Diamonds represent the value in the material world.

The Significance of Each Numbered/Face Card

Each number and face of a playing card corresponds to a planet or astrological point and reflects the significance of that planet. Aces= the Sun | Twos= the Moon | Threes= Mars | Fours= Mercury | Fives= Jupiter| Sixes= Venus | Sevens= Saturn | Eights= Rahu | Nines= Ketu | Tens= the Ecliptic | Jacks= Uranus | Queens= Neptunes | Kings= Pluto

 

  • Aces correspond to the birth of something new. This suit also has to do with the Self and the ego. People with Aces as their birth cards are learning to master themselves and embrace new things or beginnings.  

 

  • Twos represent connecting to something. It’s a card number of limitless potential. You are learning to master connecting to the significance of your suit. Also, you’ll be attracting your suit throughout your life so that you can realize your potential.

 

  • Threes relate to flying away from something. It has to do with experimentation and the struggle to grow or fight for something. At times, this card can be related to emergencies and crises.

 

  • Fours show how you’re mastering being secure concerning your suit. You’re learning to establish a solid foundation in your life that will give you stability in life.

 

  • Fives correspond to the fight to improve something or a situation. In the same way, we have five fingers on each hand, the number five cards indicate the effort it takes to make something better. This is also the card number that signifies changes and moving.

 

  • Sixes represent the most satisfaction you’ll receive concerning your suit. You are learning to be fulfilled with the fact that there’s only so much happiness that we can get from the world. The deep bliss that many of us are looking for can only be found in the more spiritual card numbers: the sevens, the eights, and especially the nines.

 

  • Sevens relate to endings and loss. Everything in life dies and cycles come to an end. People with sevens as their birth cards are learning about the limitations of life. By embracing endings, we allow new things to come into our lives and we learn to surrender to the inevitable.

 

  • Eights are akin to mirrors. The way we view life is a reflection of what’s within us. What’s within us will be reflected in our environment. Those with an eight birth card are learning that to have more harmony in our lives, we must make inner shifts first. Eights are teaching us that all experiences, good and bad, are our friends because they’re shining a light on our true nature.

 

  • Nines represent the completion of a cycle or the end of a journey. It represents the bliss and liberation that we’re all striving for. To obtain bliss, we must be willing to let go of ignorance and the limitation of self-importance. This card number is about seeing the Truth that God is a manifestation of all things and letting go of being in the state of duality and dissolving the illusion of the programmed “reality”. Once you do this, you can be so successful that you can bless others.

 

  • Tens represent the beginning of a new cycle and the individual Self. This card number often gives an abundance of something related to its suit. People with this card are learning to master themselves in new ways. 

 

  • Jacks are extremely unique cards. You’re learning to find what pours out of your divine essence that is uniquely you. You’re mastering your creativity and learning to express your individuality.

 

  • Queens manage a lot of different tasks. This card is about transmuting the energy of one thing into something sustainable. Queens are productive cards that understand that to be successful, we need to put in the long-term effort.

 

  • Kings relate to specializing in something. You’re a leader in your field and you’re able to master something. At the same time, it’s essential to overcome the idea of self-importance because Kings who let their power and abilities go to their heads can be prone to being too egoistic and tyrannical. Once you do this, you will be able to be successful and master whatever suit your birth card represents.

 

 

Who are the Cards of Truth readings for?​

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  • Anyone who would like to have a unique and accurate birth card reading that combines ancient techniques using cardology, numerology, and astrology

  • People who are interested in learning more about themselves and are receptive to ideas that can support them on their path

  • Those seeking guidance and general support in navigating life

  • Individuals who want clarity and want to be empowered by discovering their subconscious and hidden fears, desires, and behaviors

  • People who understand that healing emotional, psychological, and spiritual wounds is a gradual process that does not happen overnight

  • Those who would like to explore ways to lead a more balanced and successful life

To book a Cards of Truth Reading, click here.

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