The 8 of Diamonds, The Sun Card

The Eight of Diamonds Person

Eight of Diamonds, The Sunshine CardToday is June 9. June 9 is an 8 of Diamonds day. I am surrounded by 8 of Diamonds! Most of them of them are not born today however there is one and she is 11 years old today. Though I didn’t know until I learned about this system, I now see the similarities. I also see the differences but those are mostly because of their respective planetary ruling cards. Those born today have a K of Spades planetary ruling card and can be bossy and stubborn. They have great wisdom which can be shared with others.

The Sun Card

As the Sun Card, the Eight of Diamonds has the opportunity to rise to great heights in this life. Regardless of whether they make the move for great fame, they are always respected and looked up to in their work. They love to ‘shine’ and be noticed by others and have a great deal of leadership ability. These people are powerful and can be dominating if their power becomes an addiction. Much of their karma is worked out through power and control struggles with others. They dislike being controlled and try to maintain this same control in their relationships at the same time.

Their Eight power and position in the Crown Line gives them an independent and sometimes ‘pushy’ nature. In any case, they know what everything is worth and can drive a hard bargain. To many Eight of Diamonds, power means having and spending money. The female Eight of Diamonds are especially known to be able to spend huge sums of money quickly. These are the ‘power shoppers’ of the deck. The slogan, “When the going gets tough, the tough go shopping”, was probably written by an Eight of Diamonds woman.

They can achieve anything through hard work and the application of their inherent intuition. When they learn to direct their power back towards themselves, to personal transformation, and stop trying to change the world, they can attain the lasting peace of inner power and self-mastery, the keywords of their Queen of Spades Karma Card.

They have good minds and a keen desire to learn new things. If they are willing to work for it, there is little they cannot achieve and few problems they cannot overcome. They have the power to conquer and rule and as long as it is not misused, it will bring them satisfaction. Some Eight of Diamonds are afraid or unwilling to take on the responsibility and thus forfeit much of their God-given talent and potential.

Some of the Eight of Diamonds Issues Concerning Relationships

In love they tend towards fickleness and indecision. The Eight of Diamonds independent, changeable nature may resist marriage, or, in other cases, they may continually attract others who cannot make the commitment. They must learn to give others freedom of expression without trying to change them. They also need to learn to accept themselves as they are and how to give themselves the love they seek from others.

In most cases it is wiser for them to always place their careers in front of relationships. They usually lose some of their power when they try to make a relationship more important than their work. Both sexes fare better with those of the Clubs suit. Adopting a less attached view of love brings them many blessings.

The following table shows 8 of Diamonds birthdays.

1/19 2/17 3/15 4/13 5/11 6/9 7/7 8/5 9/3 10/1