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Would someone want to interpret this spread (Picture)

Posted: Mon Sep 14, 2015 2:39 pm
by HopefulChild
I did this spread.
I want to compare my interpretation, with that of others.

The question I focused on when shuffling the cards. (Show me our financial situation).

That's it.

This is the spread.

Thanks in advance.

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Re: Would someone want to interpret this spread (Picture)

Posted: Wed Sep 16, 2015 5:02 pm
by mrsdavid1975
There are a few Celtic cross spreads. Can you tell me what your cards symbolize ?

Re: Would someone want to interpret this spread (Picture)

Posted: Thu Sep 17, 2015 12:40 pm
by Vesca
The image is also a mite fuzzy. Some clarification of the cards identity might be helpful. :)

Re: Would someone want to interpret this spread (Picture)

Posted: Thu Sep 17, 2015 2:52 pm
by HopefulChild
That is hilarious.

I didn't notice the fuzzyness since my glasses have been broken, and everything pretty much looks like that right now.

It is supposed to be a classic celtic cross spread.

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Look at the six cards of the Circle/Cross section. They show what is going on in your life at the moment of the reading.
Examine the cards in pairs, perhaps in the following order:
Look at Cards 1 and 2 to find out the central dynamic.
Look at Cards 3 and 5 to find out what is going on within you at different levels.
Look at Cards 4 and 6 to see how people and events are flowing through your life.
From these six cards, create a description of your immediate situation.
Consider the Staff section of the spread, perhaps in this order:
Look at Cards 7 and 8 to find out how more about the relationship between you and your environment.
Look at Card 10 - the projected outcome. 10 and 5 can be alternates to each other I guess.

The cards are

1 - Queen of Swords
2- Ace of Swords
3 - King of Wands
4- Three of Swords
5- The High Preistess
6- Ten of Pentacles
7- Seven of Wands
8- Knight of Pentacles
9- Six of Swords
10- The Hermit.

Re: Would someone want to interpret this spread (Picture)

Posted: Thu Sep 17, 2015 3:24 pm
by Vesca
HopefulChild wrote:That is hilarious.

I didn't notice the fuzzyness since my glasses have been broken, and everything pretty much looks like that right now.
Sounds a wee bit headache inducing. Lasik was one of the best things I've ever done (also one of the scarier things). :P