2 of Hearts, 2 of Spades Tarot Meaning + Tarot Card Reading

2 of Hearts, 2 of Spades Tarot Meaning + Tarot Card Reading

Tarot Card Reading + Tarot Meaning of 2 of Hearts and 2 of Spades

Tarot Card Reading

An anonymous text from circa 1750 recounts primitive divinatory interpretations for the cards of the Tarocco Bolognese, which is the first evidence of a tarot deck used for cartomancy. The Tarot of Marseilles was used by Antoine Court and Jean-Baptiste Alliette (Etteilla) in Paris during the 1780s to popularize esoteric tarot. Around 1900, French tarot players abandoned the Marseilles tarot in favor of the Tarot Nouveau, and the Marseilles pattern is now mostly employed by cartomancers.

2 of Hearts

This is the 2 of Hearts from our standard deck of playing cards. The tarot card Two of Hearts represents love and passion between two hearts. You are fortunate if you have already discovered your true love.

Based on the concept conveyed by their suit, all TWO's reflect an element of terror. Love and relationships are symbolized by the HEART suit. As a result, the 2 of Hearts have a tendency to avoid the one thing they need the most: emotional commitment.

True, the symbolism of the Two of Heart denotes "love's unification." Those born on a 2 of Heart Day, on the other hand, are among of the least loved people! Two of Heart are willful brainiacs, focused with financial security, with a propensity for interacting with persons of importance, despite their compulsive longing for an emotional connection.

The 2 of Heart's basic character is to protect people they care about and share the obligations of family and friends. They have sharp intellect, strong money management skills, and exemplary work ethics. All of the Two of Hearts want peace and will go to any length to get it!

The ever-curious Ace of Club is the Soul Card for the 2 of Heart. As a result, there is an inherent contradiction between their strong need for emotional stability (the 2) and their insatiable "need to know" (the A)!

2 OF HEART BIRTHDAY:

December 29 (Capricorn)


FAMOUS TWO OF HEARTS:

Ted Danson, Charles Goodyear, Jon Voight, Marianne Faithfull, Mary Tyler Moore.

2 of Spades

This is the 2 of Spades from our standard deck of playing cards. In tarot, the two of spades indicates that someone is planning to defraud you. Take care!

The 2 of Spade person will disarm you with their charming personality or turn you off with some snide remark. They have a sense of mischief and fun-loving gaiety, but like to appear conservative.

Two of Spade can make a lot of money in technology and property. Their magnetism also serves them well in the entertainment industry.

You can always count on the 2 of Spade to commit to the task at hand. They are stable, dependable and hard workers, though not so easy to work with. It is their challenge to find the balance between complacency and willfulness.

In love, they seek meaningful, long-term relationships. Mental rapport is high on their list of requirements and you will always know where you stand with a 2 of Spade!

Birthdays for the 2♤

January 12 (Capricorn), February 10 (Aquarius), March 8 (Pisces), April 6 (Aries), May 4 (Taurus), June 2 (Gemini)

Fun Fact: The world's rarest and allegedly oldest deck of cards is on display at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art.

The hand-painted tarot deck is from the mid-15th century Netherlands and is in excellent shape, indicating that the cards were infrequently used.

The deck was purchased for $2,800 by a collector in the 1970s, who spent nearly five years investigating its history before selling it to the Met for $143,000.

Other centuries-old decks of cards may be found at organizations such as Yale University, which even has its own card database.

The Mamluk pack of cards in Istanbul's Topkapu Museum is one of the cards competing for the title of oldest and rarest.

 

Sources:

1. https://cardarium.com/7-of-hearts-meaning-in-cartomancy-and-tarot/

2. https://www.metasymbology.com/templates/cards/sevenofhearts.html

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