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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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.

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.

Page of Swords

Page of Swords denotes a young and mentally very active and clever person. This is someone who can concentrate over long periods of time and who learns new skills easily, especially mental skills.

Page of Swords reversed indicates a person who lies, gossips and being a know it all. This is someone who says inappropriate things and wastes his time in chat rooms. They don’t keep secrets or promises.


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.

Ace of Wands

Ace of Wands speaks of new beginnings. Be bold and start something new. Follow your inspiration. Ace of Wands speaks of births of all kinds; the birth of enterprises and job opportunities, and also the birth of a baby.

Ace of Wands reversed indicates that new beginnings are blocked. Ideas and enterprises do not take hold and there is little if any growth.

The World

The World is the final Major Arcana card and represents fulfillment and successful completion of a cycle. You know your place in the world, and your life lessons have made you smart and accomplished. The World shows up when the world is ready for you and want what you have to offer.

The World reversed indicates staying at home secluded within the comfort zones, projects and ventures remain incomplete. The querent is unable to finish what they started.”


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.

Page of Pentacles

Page of Pentacles indicates reinventing yourself in some way. It often denotes an opportunity to start something new, whether it is a creative venture, studying, business or a new job offer. Page of pentacles is not yet an expert in the field of choice but has a clear goal and dream to achieve.

Page of Pentacles reversed indicates issues with learning and problems with studies. It denotes wasted talents, unrealistic ambitions and/or intellectual snobbery.

Six of Swords

Six of Swords is about crossing the troubled sea and entering into calmer water. This is the card for finding solutions and implementing them, often bringing other people with you in the process, i.e, your family, friends, and colleagues.

Six of Swords reversed indicates travel plans being held up or delayed. It also means difficulty in problem solving, especially mental tasks like maths and science.