What do the symbols on playing cards represent?
Today's 52-card deck preserves the four original French suits of centuries ago: clubs (♣), diamonds (♦), hearts (♥), and spades (♠). Cups and chalices (modern hearts) might have stood for the clergy; swords (spades) for the nobility or the military; coins (diamonds) for the merchants; and batons (clubs) for peasants.
What each playing card means?
The deck is divided into four suits: the Spades, the Diamonds, the Clubs, and Hearts. Each Card has a different meaning in ARCANA ARCANORUM. The Ace of a suit has the meaning of that suit — for instance, the Ace of Diamonds means materiality.
What do clubs represent in cards?
The four suits can also be read as symbols of society and human energy: clubs representing both the peasantry and achievement through work; diamonds, the merchant class and the excitement of wealth creation; hearts, the clergy and the struggle to achieve inner joy; spades, the warrior class institutionalised into the
Which symbol is highest in cards?
When suit ranking is applied, the two most common conventions are: Alphabetical order: clubs (lowest), followed by diamonds, hearts, and spades (highest). This ranking is used in the game of bridge. Alternating colors: diamonds (lowest), followed by clubs, hearts, and spades (highest).