₪₪₪   Tarot Spread - The Blind Spot   ₪₪₪

Card 1
4 of Pentacles
Card 2
The Hanged Man
4 of Pentacles
Stability, rigidity and heritage
The Hanged Man
Peace, reflection and repentance
Card 3
The Devil
Card 4
Ace of Swords
The Devil
Fear, temptation, suspicion and jealousy
Ace of Swords
Possibilities and opportunities for objectivity, fair approach and clear findings
Hallo,

The Blind Spot is meant for situations in which you do not know where you stand and need insight into what the situation is about. The cards can show you where you can straighten out your perception. Both inner and outer aspects of your personality will be illuminated. With this spread, four cards are drawn.
  • The first card provides insight into your identity—this is how you perceive yourself. Your card: 4 of Pentacles
  • The second card symbolizes the “blind spot.” These are behaviors and characteristics that only others see in you. Your card: The Hanged Man
  • The third card describes your hidden side: the way you see yourself, but that you do not share with others. Your card: The Devil
  • You also have a side that is known neither by you nor by those around you. The fourth card reflects these strengths. Your card: Ace of Swords
The cards are revealed and interpreted in the sequence shown above.

4 of Pentacles Which identity you attribute to yourself is found through the first card.

You drew the "4 of Pentacles" as the first card. The main meaning of this tarot card is: Staying still and being stuck. Suspicion. Being rigid and retracted. Pleasant news from a woman.. It generally means: Stability, rigidity and heritage.

The card "4 of Pentacles" also stands for: Physical security, gift and contradictions. Reversed it points to: Tension, delay, opposition, premonitions, observation and obstacles.
The Hanged Man Card 2 shows the external assessment to the questioner

You drew "The Hanged Man" as second card. The main meaning of this tarot card is: Feeling helpless. Sacrifice and rethinking things. Bringing light into the darkness. Things are upside down.. It generally means: Peace, reflection and repentance.

The card "The Hanged Man" also stands for: Awakening, wisdom, reorientation, prudence, examinations, inspiration, prophecy, insight and intuition. Reversed it points to: Stagnation, dissatisfaction, postponement, transition, renunciation, abandonment, sacrifice, self-respect and obscurity.
The Devil The third card also gives an indication of the self-assessment of the questioner. This assessment, however, is not carried out.

Your third card is "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.
Ace of Swords Card 4 illustrates the unconscious personality traits that are perceived neither by you nor by your surroundings.

As fourth card you drew "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.
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:

4 + 12 + 15 + 1 = 32 = 3 + 2 = 5

Final counsel: The Hierophant→

Trust in yourself and in the meaning of the card. It is also important to develop trust in the upcoming path
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