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Queen of Diamond Birth, 7 Spades Ecliptic  


Senna
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Hi all,

I recently had chance to read a friend's a Queen of diamond birth card, but had a hard time to connect and interpret it's relation with the 7 of spades ecliptic card.

I just couldnt see clearly how a QD should walk through the path of 7 spades.

If anyone had experience, please share your insight about this combination.

Many thanks! 😊 

 

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Mattias
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Growth through personal crisis? A strong need to reinvent yourself? I know one person with that person, who is also a card reader, and she went through some very tough years of transformation at the age of 30 plus something, as indicated by her ecliptic cards for those years. Disease etc, forcing her to give up many things, but also giving a deeper experience of God and meaning of life.

 

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@senna  I will share my understanding. The Queens are the nurturing energies. To nurture something, one needs to understand it. To understand it, one has to experience it.

The Queen of Diamonds understands her own value and worth by walking the Ecliptic path of 7 of Spades. She is the one who destroys the boundaries of Saturn by taking on the struggle for change. Through personal loss, she figures out practical ways to make things work. By bringing about a success through loss, she gains more confidence in her own capabilities, thus bringing more things of value to her.

Hope that helps.

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Mattias
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I also believe that the 7 of Spades experience may manifest in a more personal and internal way, or in a more inpersonal and external way. That is: working with hardships, for example - being a cop, a nurse or something like that - may save Q of Diamonds from that energy manifesting in their own life, I believe.

Mattias

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Senna
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@meyes @manisha

Hey guys, thank you for the insights. Helps me a lot to link them and a reading them in this context.

I just saw this in action ; the person have taken an action of self sacrifice (7 of spades), helping his business partner to make a financial decision by investing his personal saving (diamond quality) to develop an idea of a business.

He verbally said that he doesnt expect much in return, but just for the sake that he want to see if this business idea will work or not. I would assume that this is the mindset and action of his queen of diamond that needed to do and see a concrete result.

Great insight guys. Thank you!

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Mattias
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@senna I live in Chiapas, southern Mexico, and have developed a relationship with one the maya calenders, Cholquij. In that tradition my "destiny" energy - similar to the overlying card in the CoT:s system - is Toj (pronounced with a sj-sound, like in French "genre"); the sacrifice, the offering. That leaves me, according to the tradition, with two options: to sacrifice (offer) or being sacrificed. That is: I must pay tribute to gurus, the grandfather fire, the poor etc, or become sick. I mean, more or less like that.

That, together with other similarities between the systems, makes me believe it´s the same in the CoT-system: with a card like 7 of Spades you must deal with trouble on purpose or getting dragged into it. It would be interesting to hear for example Ernst´s view on that though, as it´s may be a tough advice to give people.

If you read this Ernst: Do you look at it the same way?

Mattias

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Senna
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@meyes @ernst

Interesting point of view Mattias. I agree with you that it is a tough advice to give.

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