There is a great relationship between playing cards and calendars. According to the rules of the calendar, it is the epitome of the calendar. Of the 54 cards, 52 are genuine cards, indicating 52 weeks in a year, and two are decks. On behalf of the sun, Xiao Wang represents the moon. The spring, summer, autumn and winter of the year are represented by peach apricot plum, which is the red apricot square representing the day, and the black peach plum is the night.
Each quarter is 13 weeks. Each suit in the playing card is exactly 13 cards. Each quarter is 91 days. The 13 cards add up to exactly 91 points. The four colors add up, then add Xiao Wang’s point is 365 points, which is exactly the number of days in a year. If you add a big king, it is 366 days, which happens to be the number of days in the next year.
There are 12 J Q Ks in the playing cards. It means that there are 12 months in a year. It also shows that the sun has to pass through 12 constellations in a year, and it has many connections with the western constellations.