₪₪₪   Tarot Spread - Relationship   ₪₪₪

Asker Partner
Card 7
Ace of Wands
Card 2
3 of Swords
Ace of Wands
Possibilities and opportunities for heroism, vitality and initiative
3 of Swords
Disillusionment, heartache and absence
Card 6
8 of Cups
Card 1
10 of Swords
Card 3
The Wheel of Fortune
8 of Cups
Wistful start, change direction and new way
10 of Swords
End, depression and demolition
The Wheel of Fortune
Fate, life’s mission, dissolution and new beginning
Card 5
9 of Cups
Card 4
4 of Swords
9 of Cups
Satisfaction, safety and precaution
4 of Swords
Loneliness, meditation and relaxation
Hallo,

The spread Relationship answers questions about relationships and partnership. The cards on the left side reflect yourself and the cards on the right side provide information about your partner. A total of 7 cards will be drawn.
  • The first card describes the current state of the relationship and the theme of the partnership. It shows the asker’s starting position. Your card: 10 of Swords
  • The second card stands for your partner. This is how your partner sees and experiences the relationship. Your card: 3 of Swords
  • The third card describes what your partner feels—their fears, wishes, disappointments, etc. Your card: The Wheel of Fortune
  • The fourth card reflects your partner’s outward demeanor independent of the true feelings that lie behind it. Your card: 4 of Swords
  • The fifth card symbolizes the asker’s outward demeanor independent of the true feelings that lie behind it. Your card: 9 of Cups
  • The sixth card provides information about what the asker feels—your fears, wishes, disappointments, etc. Your card: 8 of Cups
  • The seventh card stands for the asker. This is how you yourself see and experience the relationship. Your card: Ace of Wands
The first card gives you an indication of the initial situation. If this statement doesn't make sense to you at the moment, this topic is likely to play a role in the near future.

10 of Swords You drew the "10 of Swords" as the first card. The main meaning of this tarot card is: Draw a final stroke. Change something fundamental. To lay on the floor.. It generally means: End, depression and demolition.

The card "10 of Swords" also stands for: Pain, suffering, tears, sadness and desolation. Reversed it points to: Advantage, profit, success - but not permanent. Power and authority. Victory at a high price.
After this, the column with the cards 7, 6 and 5 is interpreted.

Ace of Wands You drew the "Ace of Wands". The main meaning of this tarot card is: Take initiative. Gain momentum in one thing enthusiastically. Taking risks and completing a project.. It generally means: Possibilities and opportunities for heroism, vitality and initiative.

The card "Ace of Wands" also stands for Creation, invention, enterprise, source, birth, family, origin, virility, starting point, account, money, wealth and inheritance. Reversed it points to: Fall, decadence, ruin, destruction, perishing and clouded joy.
8 of Cups You drew the "8 of Cups". The main meaning of this tarot card is: Fear of the future. Forget and leave something behind. Domestic disputes. Demise of something.. It generally means: Wistful start, change direction and new way.

The card "8 of Cups" also stands for Mildness, timidity, honor, disappointment and modesty. Reversed it points to: Great joy, happiness and the full scoop.
9 of Cups You drew the "9 of Cups". The main meaning of this tarot card is: Material things have progressed favorably. You can feel safe.. It generally means: Satisfaction, safety and precaution.

The card "9 of Cups" also stands for Secure future, victory, success and advantage. Reversed it points to: Truth, loyalty and freedom.
Then the cards 2, 3 and 4 are drawn interpreted for the partner.

3 of Swords You drew the "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.
The Wheel of Fortune You drew the "The Wheel of Fortune". The main meaning of this tarot card is: The card stands for the incessant movement of the universe and the flow of human life. You will devote yourself to a new task. You can now tackle tasks that have not yet been solved.. It generally means: Fate, life’s mission, dissolution and new beginning.

The card "The Wheel of Fortune" also stands for Happiness, success, abundance, evolution, change, skill, reward and blessing. Reversed it points to: Atonement and nullity.
4 of Swords You drew the "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.
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:

10 + 3 + 10 + 4 + 9 + 8 + 1 = 45 = 4 + 5 = 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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