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Gong Hee Fot Choy is the product of Margarete Ward, a mystic and world traveler who spent a good bit of her life chasing down the arts and traditions of fortune-telling in almost every country.
This system which insists on calling itself a game was originally published inand she describes it as a synthesis of the many divination systems she came across in her various travels, especially in China. Indeed, the traditions of mysticism in China, and moreover the people themselves, seem to have struck a chord in her.
The name means “Greeting of Riches,” but she doesn’t offer much of a reason of why the name was chosen, except to say that it gives “a small token of my appreciation of these marvelous people. The deck featured here is actually completely secondary to the system, which was designed to be able to work with any standard deck of playing cards. The key to the system is the instruction book, which contains a few quick instructions on how to lay out a tableau, and dozens of pages about how to read each card in each position.
As an added bonus, editions since have included a short introduction to astrology, numerology, and mental telepathy. In the introduction, Ward said that so many of her friends asked about these topics that she thought she would just put them in the book and save them all some time and effort. The introduction to the book, as well as the sections on the other mystical topics, provide fascinating reading my soul agethe number if times I’ve been incarnated, is 6, by the way.
Naturally, they’re far too long to be included here. However, the back of the book contains a nice distillation of the main introduction, and so I offer it here. The system revolves around uee “board,” which in my edition is a folded paper poster, which contains thirty-two rectangles, called houses, each of which corresponds to a particular card.
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After removing the two-through-sixes of each suit, one is directed to shuffle the thirty-two remaining cards while concentrating on a question or wish, cuoy then to deal them out, one into each house. The reading then proceeds from house to house, interpreting the meaning particular card against the house it appears in. The House of Wishes additionally directs you to examine the house that corresponds to the card laid in it to help explicate the nature of the actual wish or question.
There are subtle shadings caused by patterns of cards as they are laid down, which help the experienced reader flesh out the meanings. Ward several times mentions that concentration is at the core of her system, and that is reflected in her advice for reading the Houses.
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She cautions against dismissing any of the reading that might seem out of place or nonsensical – the reader or questioner should try to bear in mind at all times all the issues and facets in the problem, and try to dot how the meanings of the cards may impact any of them. In some sense, she uses the reading as an excuse for meditative reflection, causing the reader, hopefully, to consider and reconsider every facet of the problem in light of each new card as it’s revealed. This would result in the reader going over everything some thirty-two times, a process which alone might well lead people to find their own solutions.
All images Copyright U. Games Systems, Stamford Connecticut. I found it interesting that, to my eye, these cards bear a decent resemblance to the Japan costume deck from Ferdinand Piatnik and Sons of Austria, which merely shows how stereotyped the image of rural Chinese is in the West. Each card has a meaning unto itself, and an fpt within each of the houses. Ward’s book offers all 1, combinations, but owing to space, I’m only going to show the interpretations of the above cards in the House of Wishes.
Wishes may not be the linchpin of the system, but it’s one of the more interesting Houses, and offers the additional benefit that it’s not any of the cards I’ve selected.
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Happiness in the House of Happiness is pretty blandly delirious; Death in the House of Death is predictaby grisly.
The queen of clubs below is the card of the person asking the question, thus the inquirer. The joker is not part of the system, but is presented because I happen to like it. This card also represents food, drink and entertainment – good times. Check card in the House of Happiness; if a heart, you will get your wish; if a diamond or club, you will contend with much jealousy; a spade, much opposition.
Check card in the House of Letters; if a heart, diamond or club – a good chance for your wish; a spade – opposition. Check card in the House of Inquirer; if a club – you will get your wish; if a heart or diamond – you should take special note of the message you receive in the House of Inquirer; a spade means opposition. Check card in the House of Death; if a heart, diamond or club – a chance for your wish; a spade – great opposition. The suits have a general theme running through them as well.
You can clearly see why Ward says that the odds are three to one in favor of good over bad. Return to cards page Send me mail.
Ace of Spades Death. Seven of Hearts Happiness. Jack of Diamonds Letters. Queen of Clubs Inquirer.