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’ interpretation. Consult the Tarot Spread Legend found bellow the Cards.

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Devil represents the primal source of behavior that shows itself in the form of our desires and earthly needs. It also represents our fears that causes addiction and compulsive behavior.

Devil reversed indicate temptations resisted, stricter moral kept, and they escape the chains from the devil. The querent might be too restricted in their life, and they have little or no desires that drive them.

Queen of Pentacles

Queen of Pentacles is someone with a down to earth and practical approach to life and situations. It is important to have work/home balance, in fact if you could work from home you probably would. This card takes enjoyment in material pleasures and success.

Queen of Pentacles reversed indicates poor taste and lack of sensitivity to other people’s needs.

The High Priestess

The High Priestess represents secrets, mystery, intuition, wisdom, making the impossible become possible, and magic.

The High Priestess reversed indicates blocked psychic abilities, and little to no awareness of the subconscious influence on our reality. Secrets are kept, answers are not found and instincts are wrong.

The Hanged Man

The Hanged Man represents being temporarily suspended. Life is on hold, but it serves a purpose.

The Hanged Man reversed indicates stubbornness and selfishness, refusing to give up your perspective to gain new insight. This card reversed denotes someone who is feeling apart from the world and unable to communicate their point of view and their perspective to others.

King of Pentacles

King of Pentacles symbolizes a successful businessman or a person in a manager position. This is a stable and authoritative character, who is hard-working and dependable.

King of Pentacles reversed indicates someone who is too conservative and who won’t take any chances. He is reluctant in making any changes in the way things are. He is likely to be a miser and a hoarder.

Two of Swords

Two of Swords is the card for compromise, passiveness, keeping the peace (as in not rocking the boat), stalemate, indecision and avoiding conflict.

Two of Swords reversed indicates conflicts are unavoidable and compromises are not reached. The querent might be exhibiting too much personality and creates drama just to have something to do.

Eight of Swords

Eight of Swords is the card of being stuck and unable to move on due to confusion and not knowing what is going on. Often people draw this card when their own gut feeling is being overruled by other people.”

Eight of Swords reversed indicates a person who is unable to move forward due to self-doubts, fear, and isolation. The person knows the way forward, yet chooses to stay put, escaping in their own heads.

Seven of Wands

Seven of Wands denotes being defensive and putting up barriers and boundaries. You are protecting your point of view and your position.

Seven of Wands reversed indicates an inability to hold your ground, especially if it is not popular. There is a lack of defending oneself.

Six of Pentacles

Six of Pentacles symbolizes generosity towards those who has less than you. It can also mean receiving generosity from others.

Six of Pentacles reversed indicates a lack of generosity. There might be greediness rather than sharing of wealth.