Why the Ace beats the Queen or Why is the King a bad father? (Paintists’s Diaries from January 27, 2021)
Have you ever wondered that even maps represent real life? It seems to be a king who has a daughter, whom he marries off like a jack or is his wife, a lot of theories about this, not to mention prototypes. But that’s not the point, and that’s not the point. Why does the ace have so much power?
Can you imagine a man more influential than the king himself? Perhaps he is from a secret society (masons). You can’t beat what you can’t see, right? Although there is a more non-standard association — death. Death cannot be killed, so there is some logic, and the number 6, which in some games can replace an ace, also adds some piquancy to this theory.
It turns out that all the cards just fall under the fateful hand of life, here’s an unexpected twist. I can see this picture, the ace takes the king, and the queen runs away with a jack.
O Jack, Jack, wherefore art thou Jack?
Deny thy king and refuse thy name.
Or if thou wilt not, be but sworn my love
And I’ll no longer be a Queen.
Well, just like that, after so many years of waiting, the lady received wealth and pseudo happiness, while the king was halfway to heavenly pleasure!