With the career of the corruption-fighting Governor of New York crashing and burning over a prostitution scandal, many are aghast at how a man who seemingly had so much could risk it all for a few minutes of pleasure. But, Eliot Spitzer’s fall from grace may have been fated. I study an ancient fortune telling system called the Cards of Destiny. It blends astrology and numerology with the deck of 52 playing cards. This system can be amazingly accurate in determining possible or probable events in a person’s life, based on their birthday.
Spitzer was born on June 10, 1959. According to the Cards of Destiny system, Spitzer is a seven of diamonds, ‘the millionaire’s card.’ Although, not every person who is a seven of diamonds is a millionaire. In the esoteric realm, seven is a spiritual number. Many seven of diamonds people struggle financially until they develop an attitude of gratitude, which could lead to financial prosperity.
Several of Spitzer’s cards for this year (age forty-eight) reveal a karmic theme relating to love and sexuality. His card forecast shows Spitzer was destined to learn about being responsible in the area of love and romantic expression at this time, as well as how his romantic preferences and sexuality might affect others. There’s even a reference to ‘shocking’ or ‘unexpected challenges’ in the area of love/family/romance coming up for him this month. And, with the powerful ‘king of hearts’ as a year-long theme, it predicts Spitzer has the power to influence others in a way that would either help him achieve his goals, or get him into trouble. Obviously, he chose the latter.
But the future of the disgraced Governor might not be entirely bleak. The cards show that, if he is able to learn from this painful lesson, he could have the opportunity to boost his chances of creating a successful intimate relationship. And, in case you’re wondering whether divorce is in Spitzer’s Cards? It’s possible, but not certain. There are some indications that there could be a change in his relationship status. But in the end it’s up to us, not the cards, to determine our destiny.
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