₪₪₪   Tarot Spread - Love Oracle   ₪₪₪

Card 2
The Star
The Star
Everything is under a lucky star. Openness and harmony
Card 1
The Sun
Card 3
Knight of Wands
The Sun
Self-affirmation, new beginnings and vitality
Knight of Wands
Adventure, experience, hunger and challenges
Card 4
The Moon
The Moon
Anger, agitation and delusion
Hallo,

If you have a question relating to relationships, partnership or love, you can use the love oracle spread. With this, you will get a good answer to your question(s).
  • The first card describes the initial situation: The Sun
  • The second card illustrates your inner state and motives. For others, this is not necessarily visible: The Star
  • The third card provides insight into which relationship your partner has with you: Knight of Wands
  • The fourth card reveals the advice of the tarot: The Moon
The Sun

The most important topic of your partnership is shown in card 1.

As first card you drew "The Sun". The main meaning of this tarot card is: State of perfect harmony. You feel comfortable and are in a good mood. A new beginning is in sight. You can love yourself more. Problems are eliminated. Wisdom found within simplicity and innocence.. It generally means: Self-affirmation, new beginnings and vitality.

The card "The Sun" also stands for: Rebirth, joy, success, material happiness, good marriage, satisfaction, fulfillment, reward. Reversed it points to: This also means luck, but to a lesser extent.

The Star

You may not be aware of your inner attitude.

Perhaps through the second tarot card "The Star" is get´s clear to you. The main meaning of this tarot card is: Youth and beauty. Trust in the future. You have new visions. You are ready to perform.. It generally means: Everything is under a lucky star. Openness and harmony.

The card "The Star" also stands for: Carelessness, revelation, creation, opportunities, spiritual gifts, hope and optimism. Reversed it points to: Arrogance, vanity, loss, theft, loneliness and impotence.

Knight of Wands

The third card reflects the attitude of the partner to you.

You drew "Knight of Wands" as third card. The main meaning of this tarot card is: Impatient and inconsiderate action. Conquer someone or something. Instigator, easily provoked. Easy to annoy. Enjoys struggle and confrontation. Tendency toward dogmatism and paranoia. Tendency toward overkill.. It generally means: Adventure, experience, hunger and challenges.

The card "Knight of Wands" also stands for: Departure, absence, flight, emigration, ambition, drive and recklessness. Reversed it points to: Abort, interrupt, discord.

The Moon

You can find advice in card 4. It gives you tips on what will help you and what you can do.

Your fourth card is "The Moon". The main meaning of this tarot card is: Being afraid, aimless and confused. Feeling something, but being unsure about it. Continuing on the current path.. It generally means: Anger, agitation and delusion.

The card "The Moon" also stands for: Occult forces, instinct, hypocrisy, unknown, mistrust, deception, misstep, scandal, instability, silence, error, darkness, impermanence and slander. Reversed it points to: The same as above, to a lesser extent.

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:

19 + 17 + 0 + 18 = 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
Recommend this page:

Facebook   Twitter   Google+