King of Diamonds Decanate CardThe King of Diamonds has an ultimate awareness and appreciation of material values. This sense of worth implies their ability to manage and enjoy the products of the earth. We live in a world where values are more often associated with money. On a higher level, King Of Diamonds who are guardians of real values gain tremendous power, and hard-boiled materialism is not known to them. As politicians, they will not accept bribes. As businessmen, they are not ruthless and overruling. They know how to administer values in their "kingdom," and there is always enough for everyone. The Kings of Diamonds have excellent leadership abilities and do not want to be in inferior positions. Their finances are well managed, and their families are well supported.
People born King of Diamonds are very sociable and friendly. They prefer to work with intelligent people because they believe the good brain is a passport to success. They develop ambitions early in life, and their restlessness in young age lead them to get a proper education, diplomas, which will add to their prestige later in life. The Kings of Diamonds usually marry those who have a position, or security, or wealth. The men, while building their own business, expect their wives to work, - but want them to shine as well.
The best in the understanding of values, King of Diamonds prefer to keep the control over finances in their hands. They know how to secure themselves through good business judgment, a quick mind, or clever manipulation. They prefer working with fresh young people who can keep their business active.
They like to travel and profit by it, especially when their work is in the mental field or associated with intellectual ideas and commerce. They benefit from foreign countries and foreigners. King of Diamonds has good chances for self-development. They learn fast how to overcome obstacles through understanding.
All Kings are associated with Number Thirteen (13) - The Number Of Love and Unity, and among the wiser ones, these qualities, together with their number, were held to be sacred. All Kings are the Jacob of the Bible: the founders and fathers of the twelve tribes who have entrusted the children to the source of All Good. Kings are usually the most sympathetic and understanding people. They know subconsciously that power depends upon cooperation, and whatever life they lead, their best work is done in partnership. They always have a sense of authority, but it seldom leads to domination.