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.
Three of Cups
Three of Cups is the card for celebration, going out with friends, having a good time and being part of a community. This card often shows up when someone is getting engaged or married.
Three of Cups reversed can indicate celebration gone wrong, bitching, jealousy and competition.
The Hierophant represents group consciousness, religion, your belief system, ceremony, traditions, kindness, charity, giving guidance in the form of spiritual counseling.
The Hierophant reversed denotes prudence, silliness and hypocrisy. There are rules but no knowledge of why these rules are of importance. The ego is without guidance. There is an inflexibility in the system and in the people of the system. It can be an institution who control information and the leaders make themselves rich while the poor remains poor.
Empress represents feminine power, a nurturer and a family oriented person, our mother or a mother figure, abundance, femininity, fertility and the love of the home and family.
Empress reversed indicates neglect and a lack of attention where there should be nurturing. She can represent a mother who gives little affection and hardly any protection to her child. The child can also symbolize a project, a relationship, an enterprise, the home and a business that need attention but are instead being left unattended.
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.
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.
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.
Page of Wands
Page of Wands denotes an enthusiastic young person who is eager to explore and gain life experience.
Page of Wands reversed indicates a bully and a mean-tempered person who likes to show off and is demanding attention.
Three of Swords
Three of Swords denotes heartbreak. sorrow, pain and separation. Sometimes the separation is only temporary, other times it is final.
Three of Swords reversed indicates there is blocked grief stored in the person’s heart. The querent might be afraid of grieving and is internalizing.
Chariot represents your willpower and determination. It represents victory. The Chariot gives you the green light to charge ahead and take control in your life or an area of your life that needs your attention.
Chariot reversed indicates defeat and cowardice. Instead of charging ahead and taking control of the inner and outer forces, there is the feeling of giving up before you give it a go. ‘What is the use’ is the energy in Chariot reversed.