Today on the Nine of Diamonds in Aquarius, we find the Planetary Ruling Card by counting to the Uranus card in the Waking Spread which is the Four of Diamonds. This reading is primarily about the 9♦️ which is the Birth Card of the following dates: 1/18, 2/16, 3/14, 4/12, 5/10, 6/8, 7/6, 8/4, and 9/2.

The 9♦️completes a cycle of value in preparation for new values. When Unconscious, one attempts to hold on to value that needs to change or be shared, because one is attached to old values. When Awakened, one realizes that one’s energy comes from the changing values one experiences as old values give way to new values.

In early life and pervading one’s thinking, one is blocked from fulfilling values except in certain moments of grace when one makes the correct decision at the right moment which results in good fortune. One is attracted to intimate conversation that facilitates popularity and social happiness. One gets needs met by taking charge of projects and smoothing over any hurt feelings resulting from aggressive actions. In mid-life and when leading a life balancing the material and spiritual, money and value generally flow toward oneself easily; travel is therapeutic. As one matures through obstacles, delays, and struggles; marriage and relationships require much effort and provide the emotional security one needs; listening closely and supportively is the majority of the required work. As one ages and becomes aware of inconsistencies between opinions and experiences during the years 35-41, 65-77, and all one’s life for those born February 16th; building a foundation of values emerges as ironically temporary in the grand scheme of losing everything one has strived to build; yet one is also building wisdom that is shared while growing. In old age and as one retires to contemplate, pray, and meditate; one learns that relationships are the most relevant value that persists past any other changes in one’s consideration of value.

The 8♠️ Dreaming Mirror indicates that the 9♦️gets needs met by concentrating effort to hold on to preferred materials and values. When one loses something of value, one is able to rebuild quickly. One has tremendous internal resources to apply to any problem. One can fulfill one’s needs easily, so there is no need to live in fear of deprivation at any time.

The J♠️ Waking Mirror indicates that the 9♦️may struggle with others to hold on to one’s preferred values. One may lie or steal if needed to prevent the loss of one’s values and possessions. One can rise above these tendencies also through spiritual efforts that enable one to let others succeed in one’s place from time to time. One should strive to let go and let God proceed in a Master Plan at least part of the time as an introduction to experiencing oneself as a cog in the Universe rather than seeing oneself as directing the show. One can get overheated in one’s efforts to always win no matter the cost. One is not meant to always win.

The 4♣️ Sleeping Mirror indicates that the 9♦️sometimes thinks that value is produced and maintained only through great force and effort. But value is a natural provision of the Universe. One does not have to work so hard to achieve and to sustain value. One certainly does not have to work so hard to resist losing value one already possesses and enjoys. When one is calm and in the flow of the Universe, value naturally draws close to oneself, and when values change, one recognizes the usefulness for the Universe of the change that may include oneself having less comfort for a time. With mental peace comes acceptance of natural process. Pleasure and comfort are not the preeminent values of life. There are other values too. Within the sanctuary of mental peace, one knows these truths, and one does not abandon them when convenient to one’s own comfort.

Value is experienced and it will yet be discovered; if one’s bag is always full, how will one fill it up with new stuff?