8 of Hearts, 8 of Spades Tarot Meaning
8 of Hearts
This is the 8 of Hearts from our standard deck of playing cards. The meaning of the eight of hearts in tarot is tied to love success. It is a sign that you will have a fulfilling long-term relationship with the person you love.
True, all eights need control and dominance, and when the 8 of Heart is in love and preoccupied with their relationships, they are at their finest. The 8 of Heart, on the other hand, has a horrible tendency of racing through numerous lovers, leaving a trail of shattered hearts in their wake until they meet their true love.
The 8 of Heart is frequently forced to work really hard for their money, yet they are protected by Saturn and will always have enough security to get by. Then there are the 8 of Hearts who dedicate themselves to big business and become very successful in major companies.
To get the most out of their life pattern, all 8 of Hearts must be in control, while also being cautious not to dominate others with their great emotional strength.
8 OF HEART BIRTHDAYS:
August 31 (Virgo) September 29 (Libra) October 27 (Scorpio) November 25 (Sagittarius) December 23 (Capricorn)
FAMOUS 8 OF HEARTS:
Richard Gere, Itzhak Perlman, Eldridge Cleaver, Madeline Kahn, Jerry Lee Lewis, Anita Ekberg, Kelly Osbourne, John Cleese, Emily Post, Theodore Roosevelt, Christina Applegate, ohn F. Kennedy Jr., Barbara and Jenna Bush
8 of Spades
This is our 8 of Spades from our standard deck of playing cards. The eight of spades is the card of illness in the tarot. In the past, this dreadful card represented an omen for plague, accidents, and infections, all of which were fatal.
These people have a keen sense of their inherent obligation to work. They have been known to tax their health and sacrifice their loved ones in a drive to get things done. The Eight of Spade want to be admired and prestige is important to them. Friendships will often change and fluctuate depending upon their work-related needs.
Although primarily concerned with hard work, this Card does have a higher calling. It is often considered the Healers Card. And should the 8 of Spade use their strong spiritual energy along side the application of higher wisdom to accomplish their goals, they are sure to find their place among the great ones.
Still another class of Eight of Spade will realize nothing but the need to amass a lot of money. For these 8 of Spade, not one thing or anyone is as important as how much.
8 OF SPADE BIRTHDAYS:
January 6 (Capricorn) February 4 (Aquarius) March 2 (Pisces)
FAMOUS EIGHT OF SPADES:
Sun Myung Moon, Kahlil Gibran, Rowan Atkinson, Rosa Parks, Alice Cooper, Betty Friedan, Daniel Craig, Dr. Seuss, Lou Reed