Here is my interpretation. Each row in the picture is a day. So the first clue is:
On the first day, the first sacrifice follow his family here while the others come alone.
That row is:
8s 9c 2d
Assuming we are reading left to right,
8s cannot be the sacrifice since the sacrifice must
follow his family. So say
9c is the sacrifice and
8s is his family and
2d is one of the others. Alternatively,
2d could be the sacrifice,
9c his family, and
8s either one of the others, or part of the family.
The next clue is:
On the second day, the first sacrifice leads his family here while the other come alone.
That row is:
3h _ 8d
So, one interpretation would be that
3h is the sacrifice leading his family (none), and
8d is the other.
The third clue:
On the third day, the second sacrifice leads his family here while the others come alone.
The row is:
Jh Ad 8h
Jh must be the first sacrifice, and
Ad the second, while
8h is his family.
The last clue is:
On the fourth day, the second sacrifice leads his family here while the others come alone.
It's row is:
5h As 10c
This is the same as the previous clue, so the
5h is the first sacrifice, the
As is the second, and his family is the
The final part of the hint reads:
By sacrificing the heads all that comes, can one reach the truth.
So, the sacrifices are:
9c 3h Jh Ad 5h Ah.
If we remove the heads of these (i.e. the number) in the original picture, you will have:
8s c 2d
h _ 8d
h d 8h
h s 10c
... and this is where I get stuck...