₪₪₪   Tarot Spread - The Celtic Cross   ₪₪₪

Card 5
4 of Swords

4 of Swords

Loneliness, meditation and relaxation
Card 3
3 of Swords

3 of Swords

Disillusionment, heartache and absence Card 1
Knight of Pentacles

Knight of Pentacles

Durability, advantage and profit
Card 2
Knight of Cups

Knight of Cups

Arrival, romance and jealousy
Card 4
5 of Wands

5 of Wands

Fruitful discussion, open debate, competition
Card 6
The Devil

The Devil

Fear, temptation, suspicion and jealousy
Card 10
The Hierophant

The Hierophant

Revelators of holy secrets, faith in God and goodness
Card 9
The Fool

The Fool

Carelessness, spontaneity and happiness
Card 8
Ace of Swords

Ace of Swords

Possibilities and opportunities for objectivity, fair approach and clear findings
Card 7
The World

The World

Perfection, maturity and self-knowledge
Hallo,

The tarot spread Celtic Cross can answer questions in larger contexts and enables differentiated insights into your current situation. It is appropriate for most questions about relationships, career, or money. Ten cards are laid in total.
  • The first card states the theme and shows the starting position.
    Your card: Knight of Pentacles
  • The second card shows what is standing in your way.
    Your card: Knight of Cups
  • The third card suggests your conscious side: what is recognized or sought after.
    Your card: 3 of Swords
  • The fourth card provides insight into what you are feeling. It reveals your inner strength.
    Your card: 5 of Wands
  • The fifth card gives information about the past. It shows how you came to ask this question. Your card: 4 of Swords
  • The sixth card says something about what the near future will look like and how it will immediately continue. Your card: The Devil
  • The seventh card is a symbol for your stance or feelings. It shows your attitude towards the theme of the questions. Your card: The World
  • The eighth card provides information about the external influences that play a role in this and how it appears to others. When asking relationship questions, this card shows how your partner feels about this theme. Your card: Ace of Swords
  • The ninth card symbolizes your hopes and fears and how you experience the situation. Your card: The Fool
  • The tenth card shows what is ultimately going on.
    Your card: The Hierophant
4 of Swords First you read the fifth card - it stands for the past.

Your drew the card "4 of Swords". The main meaning of this tarot card is: Pause to rest. Withdraw. Economic action. Savings. Trooping. Buried ideas.. It generally means: Loneliness, meditation and relaxation.

The card "4 of Swords" also stands for: Vigilance, retreat, exile, impotence and disease. Reversed it points to: Wise order, testament, savings, avarice, care, prudence.
The Fool Afterwards, the 9th cart shows you what expectations, hopes and / or fears the questioner has.

Your drew the card "The Fool". The main meaning of this tarot card is: Try new things. Acting with ease, alive and unprecedented. To be light-hearted. Beginning of something. Fool.. It generally means: Carelessness, spontaneity and happiness.

The card "The Fool" also stands for: Lightness, instability, innocence, enthusiasm, betrayal, extravagance, intoxication, delirium, frenzy and ecstasy. Reversed it points to: Negligence, absence, apathy, nullity and vanity.
Knight of Pentacles The card number 1 reflects the initial situation and the impulse (card 2) that is connected to it.

Your drew the card "Knight of Pentacles". The main meaning of this tarot card is: Perseverance. Bustling atmosphere. A useful man. Useful discoveries. Visit from a friend, unexpected money for the questioner.. It generally means: Durability, advantage and profit.

The card "Knight of Pentacles" also stands for: Responsibility and righteousness. Reversed it points to: Inertia, laziness, stagnation, discouragement, carelessness and brave man.
Knight of Cups Whether this impulse is more encouraging or rather braking - the card number 2 tells you.

Your drew the card "Knight of Cups". The main meaning of this tarot card is: A protected and loving atmosphere. Someone cares about you, but does not expect recognition. Good mood.. It generally means: Arrival, romance and jealousy.

The card "Knight of Cups" also stands for: Joy, dreams, idealism, progress and invitation. Reversed it points to: Alienation, frustration, tricks, artifice, deception, duplicity and incitement.
3 of Swords If you now look at the third card, you will see what is perceived consciously.

Your drew the card "3 of Swords". The main meaning of this tarot card is: A message causes heartbreak. An inner conflict. The mind triumphs over feeling.. It generally means: Disillusionment, heartache and absence.

The card "3 of Swords" also stands for: Delay, breakdown, separation of a lover. Reversed it points to: Alienation, failure, loss, distraction, disorder, confusion. Meeting with someone who has threatened the questioner.
5 of Wands Card 4 points to your feelings. Are the cards 3 and 4 similar or completely opposite?

Your drew the card "5 of Wands". The main meaning of this tarot card is: Confrontation; a showdown. Asserting yourself. A good solution for all. Emblematic of the battle of life.. It generally means: Fruitful discussion, open debate, competition.

The card "5 of Wands" also stands for: Strenuous competition and struggle. Searching for wealth and fortune. Success, opulence. Reversed it points to: Litigation, disputes, fraud, opposition.
The World How is the questioner related to the starting point? Card 7 provides these information.

Your drew the card "The World". The main meaning of this tarot card is: Oneness. Approving of one’s own actions. To reach unity and maturity. Develop and find fulfillment. See the reality.. It generally means: Perfection, maturity and self-knowledge.

The card "The World" also stands for: Assured success, wages, emigration, relocation, progress, solution, victory, perfection, travel and resistance. Reversed it points to: Inertia. Immutability. Stagnation. Durability and escape.
Ace of Swords Within card 8, you can recognize external influences and surroundings.

Your drew the card "Ace of Swords". The main meaning of this tarot card is: Possibility of knowledge or clarification. An opportunity to gain clarity and to guide a decision is brought about. Triumph of violence. The Ace of Swords is a card of great power.. It generally means: Possibilities and opportunities for objectivity, fair approach and clear findings.

The card "Ace of Swords" also stands for: Triumph in love as in hate, conquest, great wealth or great misery. Reversed it points to: The same as above, but the results are catastrophic. Birth, propagation, diversity, marriage.
The Devil Finally, the future cards 6 and 10 provide information. Card 6 points to the near future.

Your drew the card "The Devil". The main meaning of this tarot card is: Feeling trapped, dependence on instincts. It generally means: Fear, temptation, suspicion and jealousy.

The card "The Devil" also stands for: Violence, vehemence, audit, submission, magic, great effort, fate and force. Reversed it points to: Fatality, weakness, pettiness and blindness.
The Hierophant Card 10 gives you an indication of the long-term future:

Your drew the card "The Hierophant". The main meaning of this tarot card is: To recognize a moral. Assisted by higher powers. Finding a good teacher. Spiritual maturity. Be compassionate and merciful.. It generally means: Revelators of holy secrets, faith in God and goodness.

The card "The Hierophant" also stands for: Fidelity, mission, marriage, alliance and mercy. Reversed it points to: Incomprehension, weakness, captivity and bondage.
Now you can calculate the quintessence:

After the cards have been laid out and interpreted, you can still find your quintessence cards. These arise from numerological calculations. Add the worth of each card within your spread and find the sum. This is the quintessence and summarizes what the tarot advises for you.

The court cards (Page, Knight, King and Queen or Prince and Princess) are not counted toward this sum, they have a null value. All other cards count according to their worth, aces are one. In the Rider-Waite tarot deck, you must pay attention to the exchange of the numerical values of Justice and Strength. Justice is counted as 8 and Strength with 11. If, during the calculation, you get a number between 9 and 22, then the corresponding card adds to the counsel of the tarot.

This case would yield the following numerological calculation:

0 + 0 + 3 + 5 + 4 + 15 + 21 + 1 + 0 + 5 = 54 = 5 + 4 = 9

Final counsel: The Hermit→

Consciously apply your knowledge, or rather, think precisely before you act. The most important principle is to stay true to yourself
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