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Six of Diamonds
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Ace of Hearts
Ruler
Ace of Diamonds
Decanate
Ace of Hearts
Decanate
Nine of Clubs
Karma Card
Three of Spades
Karma Cousin

Six of Diamonds Karma Card

Six of DiamondsEvery displaced Six represents "heavy" karma. Aligned with the Spade suit of your birth card, the Six of Spades is associated with health concerns. The challenge handed to you by destiny to find yourself, both in a mundane sense and spiritually, may seem so overwhelmingly difficult that you may wish to avoid responsibility. If you choose this route, the inspired vision implied in your Spade card is apt to be a loss in life without purpose. Accept the responsibility of your great challenge, and even though it may be difficult, you should find the fate can generous, and that you card can also symbolize a significant and rewarding self-expression.

The Six of Diamonds can indicate being involved in lawsuits. Your success depends on honest conduct and being honorable in your dealings with others.

Six of Diamonds Quotes

Seal
Saturn seems to have impressed the seal of melancholy on me from the beginning. - Seal

Six of Diamonds Birthdays

Aquarius, Capricorn
Aquarius
Pisces
Aries
Taurus
Gemini
Cancer
Leo
Virgo
Libra
Scorpio
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Six

The number 6 has a special significance. It represents the "Law and Order" and also associated with a Karmic Law of cause and effect. Number 6 is a perfect number, symmetrical in all parts, the number of the Soul. Therefore, people of number Six have a special mission in their life. Sixes is obligated to hold justice and truth very high and most of them do it naturally. The biggest challenge of Sixes is in their tendency to laziness and monotony, an enemies of growth and progress. Those sixes who flee their responsibilities, refusing all adjustments, preferring action to protection, selfishness to love, freedom to responsibility, gain the effect of their doings in this lifetime. Others, who follow the law, obtain the wonderful contentment and serenity associated with number Six. Six is a natural diplomat who needs involvement with other to share his or her warm charm, intuitive intellect and friendly responsibility of well-being of others.

Diamonds

Each suit represents one of our stages of life. Diamonds correspond with an adulthood, career and money-making years, the Fall season and the element Water. Even when children Diamonds like to be treated as adults. Diamonds stand for the Power of values, material wealth. Symbolically, Diamonds are like a jewel, a stone that allows the light to pass through with practically with no loss. You can say Diamonds stand for the money, but actually they stand for Values. It includes all spectrum of human values including spiritual worth. Diamonds work out the conception of values through all their lives. They know that everything and everyone in life has its price. They make the best promoters and sellers for things with a high-rank value according to their beliefs. Diamonds like to spend money, but at some time on another they realize that all material wealth doesn't buy the true happiness. Diamonds rule merchants, manufacturers, big businesses, producers, investors, bankers and world traders. Diamonds rule 131 birthdays. The ruling planet is Jupiter.
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Warren Farrell
When women hold off from marrying men, we call it independence. When men hold off from marrying women, we call it fear of commitment. - Warren Farrell