Relationship Cross Reading

The Relationship Cross Reading is a very interesting Tarot spread.  The card to the left (#1 in the Tarot Spread Legend) represents Your Role in the relationship. The card to the right (#2 in the Tarot Spread Legend) represents the Role of your Partner in the relationship. The card at the top of the cross (#3 in the Tarot Spread Legend) represents the Foundation of the Relationship. The card in the center of the cross (#4 in the Tarot Spread Legend) represents the Current Situation of the Relationship. Finally the card at the bottom of the cross (#5 in the Tarot Spread Legend) represents the Probable Outcome, the Future of the Relationship.

Please focus on your question and click on “Shuffle”, then click on “Flip all Cards” or click the Back of the cards one by one. Click on each image to read Cards’ Meanings. Consult the Tarot Spread Legend found bellow the Cards.

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Ace of Swords

Ace of Swords is the card for a new thought and belief system. It is the potential of mental energy used to create clarity and often also justice.

Ace of Swords reversed indicates that the stirring of the aces is blocked. Ideas and communication are blocked.

Four of Wands

Four of Wands is the card for harmony and developing on a larger scale, often expanding your living situation, and also being stronger connected to a community.

Four of Wands reversed indicates the foundation not laid or not ready.

King of Wands

King of Wands denotes a married man who is a natural and charismatic leader. He has entrepreneurial skills and loves to run a new and exciting project.

King of Wands reversed indicates dictatorship. This is someone with a god complex and a bad temper, often very violent.

Judgement

Judgement represents taking responsibility for your actions and your life, being a good judge of character, seeing the truth and knowing what you want. The Judgement card often shows up when you need to step up and be a leader, speaking the truth and being more assertive.

Judgement reversed indicates taken on burdens, digging oneself deeper into the old life, being haunted by the past and unable to let go. There is something blocking the querent from renewing themselves.

Ten of Pentacles

Ten of Pentacles symbolizes the type of wealth you get when you inherit something, being it your own retirement money, hand me downs, or possessions from someone who has passes away.

Ten of Pentacles reversed indicates fortunes or legacies wasted or lost, or on a lesser note, delayed. There might be restrictive ties that become a burden.

The Fool

The Fool represents new beginnings, having faith in the future, being inexperienced, not knowing what to expect, having beginners’ luck, improvising, believing that the Universe provides, having no strings attached, being carefree.

The Fool reversed indicates new beginnings being blocked, the path is hidden and the querent is having difficulties seeing the world with fresh eyes.”

The Sun

The Sun represents success, joy, sunshine, day, warmth and happiness. The Sun shows up when life is sunny, and you are enjoying your time with the people you love. Life is simple rather than complicated. Relationships are blossoming and you are feeling loved.

The Sun reversed indicates new beginnings, success and happiness being blocked. Success is blocked due to reaching the wrong conclusions and having bad reasoning and poor logic. Things are frustrating and unclear. There might be some problems with pregnancy or raising young children.

Eight of Cups

Eight of Cups is the card for turning your back at something to go and follow your dream. The day-dreaming that happened in Seven of cups has materialized in a vision that the querent is going to pursuit.

Eight of Cups reversed indicates the seeker has given up their dream to surrender to a reality that is uncomfortable, loveless and miserable. The seeker might have surrendered their life to please someone else, sell their business to work at a job they dislike.

Nine of Cups

Nine of Cups is the card for getting what you want and having a wish come true. This card speaks of abundance and satisfaction, and about being proud of what you have achieved.

Nine of Cups reversed indicates that the seeker is not going to get what they wish for. Family and friendship might be falling apart. There are disintegrating and separation, often due to lifestyle choices.