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An example Three Card Tarot Spread with Reversed Positions

Published
06 May
2018

When doing a Tarot card spread, the psychic reader can choose to keep the cards in an upright position or translate the cards with the upwards and reversed positions. The upright positions represent the positive aspect of the card. The reversed positions represent the negative aspects of the card. The choice of reading style is up to the psychic reader. The reader may choose to just do the positive aspect depending on the client and their question or issue.

In this photo, this is how the cards would look to the client. The reversed card is the middle card, the IIIV of Swords. We will go over the positive and negative aspects of each card in upcoming posts.

This photo is of a very basic three card spread and is NOT a psychic reading. It is NOT targeted toward anyone specific. This photo is for example purposes only.
The Tarot Card deck shown is the Rider-Waite Tarot Card Deck.

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The Major Arcana in the Tarot Card deck

Published
03 May
2018

The Tarot card deck is made of 78 cards. Twenty two cards are in the Major Arcana. Fifty six cards make up the Minor Arcana. When the Major Arcana show up in a tarot card spread, they symbolize significant change in the future. If they dominate a Tarot Card spread, the questioner may be looking at major life changes.

Each of the Major Arcana has deep meanings and their meanings may be influenced by the cards in the spread that surround them. The Roman numerals on each card can help the reader with timing, numerology or translation of the question from the client.

Here is a list of the cards in a Tarot deck that make up the Major Arcana:

The Fool, The Magician, The High Priestess, The Empress, The Emperor, The Hierophant, The Lovers, The Chariot, Strength, The Hermit, Wheel of Fortune, Justice, The Hanged Man, Death, Temperance, The Devil, The Tower, The Star, The Moon, The Sun, Judgement, The World

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