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A Tarot Reading. The Tarot spread used in this reading is called the Celtic Cross.

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1 A Tarot Reading

2 The Tarot spread used in this reading is called the Celtic Cross

3 { General Information about the Celtic Cross Spread { The Tarot layout known as the Celtic Cross is one of the most detailed and complex spreads used. It's a good one to use when you have a specific question that needs to be answered, because it takes you, step by step, through all the different aspects of the situation. Basically, it deals with one issue at a time, and by the end of the reading, when you reach that final card, you should have gotten through all the many facets of the problem at hand. Lay the cards out following the number sequence in the picture. You can either place them face down, and turn them as you go, or you can place them all facing up from the beginning. Note: In some schools of Tarot, Card 3 is placed to the immediate right of Card 1 and Card 2, in the place where Card 6 is displayed on this diagram. You can try different placements and see which works best for you.

4 The cards are numbered in the order that they are played

5 { Individual Card Placement Meanings { Where each card has the following meanings: The First Card is the Significator if used. Otherwise it represents the general tone of the issue at hand. The Second Card goes on top of the first to indicate the basic problem, obstacle or antagonist. The Third Card shows the foundation of the issue: worries, desires, influences etc. The Fourth Card shows the immediate past, what led the querent to the current situation. The Fifth Card "crowns" the situation. It is the goal, the dreams, the best outcome. The Sixth Card is the immediate future. This is not the final outcome, simply the next step on the journey. The Seventh Card represents the querent and how they approach the situation. The Eighth Card represents the querent's immediate surroundings - house, workplace, people, etc. The Ninth Card represents hopes and fears. It can be the best or the worst. It can represent aspiration or warning. The Tenth Card is the final outcome. It must, of course, be read in conjunction with the other cards in the spread.

6 { Now, on to our Reading

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21 { The Reading is finished. Merry Part


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