Today on the Seven of Clubs in Sagittarius, we find the Planetary Ruling Card by counting to the Jupiter card in the Waking Spread which is the Nine of Diamonds. This reading is about certain aspects of the Nine of Diamonds. This is the Birth Card of the following dates: 1/18, 2/16, 3/14, 4/12, 5/10, 6/8, 7/6, 8/4, 9/2.
The 9♦️strives to lead a balanced life but one is prone to indecisive communication and worry. Communication is a strength that leads to social success and happiness. This card can be much too aggressive in communication which stretches one’s ability to smooth things over. Adventure and profit go hand-in-hand, so accept exciting offers for new experiences with the expectation that they will lead to more income or at least be more affordable than suspected. Marriage and family require careful listening and receipt of guidance. Work in communication can be rewarding and lead to profitable attention. Partnership in all ways and areas is the future for this card, so be prepared to cooperate in activities.
The 9♦️ completes a cycle of value by becoming grateful for gifts, enjoying them, and sharing them. When Unconscious, the 9♦️ selectively supports others with values and wealth, giving preference to those of like mind and dismissing others. When Awakened, the 9♦️freely offers values and wealth to deserving individuals as part of a wealth cycle in which one enjoys wealth by sharing it in commerce and other expressions of value including family giving, inheritance, and charitable offering.
The J♠️ Waking Mirror indicates that the 9♦️knows how to avoid loss and how to gain without working through unearned income. The 9♦️ resists expenses by any means, even though paying out provides energy to oneself and to others.
The 8♠️ Dreaming Mirror indicates that the 9♦️may attempt to defend oneself against loss by fighting or resisting expenses. One knows one can restore wealth once it has been lost, and one proceeds to earn quickly to restore lost wealth.
The 4♣️ Sleeping Mirror indicates that the 9♦️ doesn’t have to resist expenses or rush to restore losses. Expenses are part of the value process. The expense is as integral as earning to the Money Cycle. One earns money in order to spend it on one’s needs and values. When faced with expensive desires or large unexpected expenses, one should rest and repose; the money is available for the purpose of handling expenses.
One gains money to afford one’s values. One has the strength, creativity, and bravery to make one’s way in the world. The world of business is most acceptable when one allows peace to pervade and define one’s decisions and one’s response to events that involve large transactions of value.