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

Card 5
4 of Cups

4 of Cups

Wasted opportunity, frustration and dissatisfaction
Card 3
Princess of Cups

Princess of Cups

Loyalty, honesty and usefulness Card 1
6 of Pentacles

6 of Pentacles

Help, give and take
Card 2
7 of Swords

7 of Swords

Fraud, lies and dishonesty
Card 4
7 of Pentacles

7 of Pentacles

Patience, attention and introspection
Card 6
10 of Wands

10 of Wands

Burden, unwilling works and hardships
Card 10
2 of Pentacles

2 of Pentacles

Adaptability, ease and indecision
Card 9
The Moon

The Moon

Anger, agitation and delusion
Card 8
The Emperor

The Emperor

Strength, power and realization
Card 7
The Tower

The Tower

Break, stormy changes and confrontation
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: 6 of Pentacles
  • The second card shows what is standing in your way.
    Your card: 7 of Swords
  • The third card suggests your conscious side: what is recognized or sought after.
    Your card: Princess of Cups
  • The fourth card provides insight into what you are feeling. It reveals your inner strength.
    Your card: 7 of Pentacles
  • The fifth card gives information about the past. It shows how you came to ask this question. Your card: 4 of Cups
  • The sixth card says something about what the near future will look like and how it will immediately continue. Your card: 10 of Wands
  • The seventh card is a symbol for your stance or feelings. It shows your attitude towards the theme of the questions. Your card: The Tower
  • 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: The Emperor
  • The ninth card symbolizes your hopes and fears and how you experience the situation. Your card: The Moon
  • The tenth card shows what is ultimately going on.
    Your card: 2 of Pentacles
4 of Cups First you read the fifth card - it stands for the past.

Your drew the card "4 of Cups". The main meaning of this tarot card is: Good opportunities are missed or overlooked. Stubborn insistence on something. Finding no consolation. Turning away defiantly.. It generally means: Wasted opportunity, frustration and dissatisfaction.

The card "4 of Cups" also stands for: Weariness, disgust, aversion and harassment. Reversed it points to: Defiance, unexpected happiness. Omens. New procedures and relationships.
The Moon Afterwards, the 9th cart shows you what expectations, hopes and / or fears the questioner has.

Your drew the card "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.
6 of Pentacles The card number 1 reflects the initial situation and the impulse (card 2) that is connected to it.

Your drew the card "6 of Pentacles". The main meaning of this tarot card is: Balance between give and take. Find support. Generosity. Now comes a pleasant time. It generally means: Help, give and take.

The card "6 of Pentacles" also stands for: Gifts, joy, attention, alertness, prosperity and pleasant memories. Reversed it points to: Desire, greed, envy, jealousy, print and illusion.
7 of Swords Whether this impulse is more encouraging or rather braking - the card number 2 tells you.

Your drew the card "7 of Swords". The main meaning of this tarot card is: Clever preparation. Shirk something underhanded. A plan that can fail.. It generally means: Fraud, lies and dishonesty.

The card "7 of Swords" also stands for: Intrigue, trial, desire, hope, confidence, fights and trouble. Reversed it points to: Good advice, training, slander, babbling.
Princess of Cups If you now look at the third card, you will see what is perceived consciously.

Your drew the card "Princess of Cups". The main meaning of this tarot card is: Loving intelligence. Gift of vision. Realization of hopes and wishes. Care and diligence in action.. It generally means: Loyalty, honesty and usefulness.

The card "Princess of Cups" also stands for: Natural growth. Power or authority who the questioner has to obey. Advertising and fame. Reversed it points to: Waste, corruption, scandal, wealthy marriage.
7 of Pentacles Card 4 points to your feelings. Are the cards 3 and 4 similar or completely opposite?

Your drew the card "7 of Pentacles". The main meaning of this tarot card is: Slow progress. Give someone a little time. Your attention is watching someone or something.. It generally means: Patience, attention and introspection.

The card "7 of Pentacles" also stands for: Money, business, exchange, dispute, innocence, ingenuity, cleaning, ideas, determination and movement. Reversed it points to: Anxiety regarding the physical. Impatience, fear and mistrust.
The Tower How is the questioner related to the starting point? Card 7 provides these information.

Your drew the card "The Tower". The main meaning of this tarot card is: Old structures are breaking down. Liberation and new challenges. House of Life when evil prevails therein. The tower is particularly relevant to unforeseen events.. It generally means: Break, stormy changes and confrontation.

The card "The Tower" also stands for: Materialization of spiritual restlessness, grief, misery, poverty, disgrace, deception, collapse, unexpected danger, doom, destruction, disappointment and ruin. Reversed it points to: Same as above, but to a lesser extent.
The Emperor Within card 8, you can recognize external influences and surroundings.

Your drew the card "The Emperor". The main meaning of this tarot card is: Things becoming stable. You gain control. You can get through. A great person.. It generally means: Strength, power and realization.

The card "The Emperor" also stands for: Implementation, will, stability, reason, achievement, help, authority and protection. Reversed it points to: Benevolence, compassion, confusion, enemies, disability and immaturity.
10 of Wands Finally, the future cards 6 and 10 provide information. Card 6 points to the near future.

Your drew the card "10 of Wands". The main meaning of this tarot card is: To be pushed to one’s limits. Feeling overwhelmed or expecting too much. Card of conflict.. It generally means: Burden, unwilling works and hardships.

The card "10 of Wands" also stands for: Suppression, assets, earnings, any kind of success, disguise, perfidy, loss. Reversed it points to: Contradictions, difficulties, intrigues and analogies.
2 of Pentacles Card 10 gives you an indication of the long-term future:

Your drew the card "2 of Pentacles". The main meaning of this tarot card is: You can be loose and carefree. Flexible and playful actions. Cool to life. Disputes - more imaginary than real. Comfortable in matters of pleasure and economy.. It generally means: Adaptability, ease and indecision.

The card "2 of Pentacles" also stands for: Mirth, obstacles, agitation, anger, tangle, infatuation, riches and honor, ignorance, injustice. Reversed it points to: Enforced jollity, feigned pleasure or passion, bad omen.
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:

6 + 7 + 0 + 7 + 4 + 10 + 16 + 4 + 18 + 2 = 74 = 7 + 4 = 11 = 1 + 1 = 2

The card "Justice" gives you an important insight into the counsel of the Tarot:

Remain fair and decide objectively. Try to consider all viewpoints. You will reap the benefits soon

Final counsel: The High Priestess→

Listen to and trust in your inner voice. It will guide you and tell you what to do
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