The Jack of Staff
A word from the creator of the Linestrider tarot:
Energy, youth, new beginnings, loyalty, messenger, studiosity, childishness, new erotic adventure.
The jack of clubs indicates intense creativity and new ideas. Listen to your subconscious and follow your creative urges. If you work with persistence, strength, and balance, your vision could turn into a defining job in your life. The image of the dragon came to me as a symbol of willpower: with motivation, all your efforts could be rewarded a hundredfold. The dragon eggs at the foot of the servant are symbols of potentiality. The valet holds a staff on which flowers are just starting to bloom. There is also an erotic element in this card. The Jack of Clubs sometimes predicts the arrival of a new lover or a new stage in an erotic relationship.
In a reading, the jack of clubs often represents a new phase of life. It could mean a small reboot or a major overhaul. All valets are associated with messages and messengers, so be on the lookout for messages that could set in motion important aspects of your life. For example, you might receive a rent increase so large that it will entice you to move to a new location or undertake a trip. This card can appear when a young and dynamic person comes into your life and turns it upside down, for example, a new flame or an energetic co-worker. Be open to change and use new opportunities as they arise to make a positive turn in your life.
Upside down, this card warns you about failed projects or your creative ideas that failed due to lack of persistence or investment. This card could also alert you to the negative effects of superficial social or sexual engagements. "