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What IS the deck of playing cards, or Deck of 52? Just a game? This is a profound system for revealing the wisdom of the ancients. This area of knowledge has been known by many names.

Your birthday reveals a "Card Chart" that can help you understand yourself in relation to the world around you. There are 2 basic arrangements of the cards that determine all other card position relationships. The Pure Spread (sometimes referred to as the Natural/Spirit Spread) lays the Cards out in a special pattern known as a Plate/Spread following the numerical solar value order from the Ace of Hearts (AH) through the King of Spades (KS). Hearts, followed by Clubs, Diamonds, and Spades, respectively. The Life Spread (sometimes referred to as the Mundane Spread) is derived from following a special mathematically-based formula of quadrating the Cards.

This resource is for people who are interested in OR have read/studied techniques for using regular playing cards. **This is NOT Gypsy- Cartomancy- or Tarot-style.** Comparisons have been made to Astrology and Numerology in defining symbols and meanings.

*graphic rendered by Randy Chikosky

This Group's main purpose is to be a reference to the Card System that was first publically introduced by Olney H. Richmond and evolution using its mathematical and symbolic foundation. Our LINKS section is open to the public.

WARNING: This group is not be used as a device for advertising! While we accept & appreciate links to SUBJECT-RELATED sites, this is not the proper place to build your business exposure.

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  • May 14, 1999
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