All cards in this layout are in a straight horizontal line in a descending order.
This spread represents the Distant Past, the Near Past, the Present, the Near Future and the Distant Future and used for quick readings.
This is a very accurate spread which gives a very clear idea about the situation.
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.
Five of Pentacles
Five of Pentacles symbolizes financial loss or hardship. It can also mean you are in a place where you feel there is no security and your health might be suffering.
Five of Pentacles reversed indicates disorder and chaos. Not only is there no money, but there is also a lack of spirituality and friendship.
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.
Knight of Swords denotes a communicative, strong-minded and at times an opinionated person who is very action oriented and thrive on change. This is someone with a competitive streak and doesn’t like to let go of his/hers position in an argument.
Knight of Swords
Knight of Swords reversed indicates a person with a speech impediment or learning disabilities. This is someone who is intelligent but for some reason is unable to express themselves.
Two of Wands
Two of Wands is about manifesting using the will and strength of your mind. You might have to weigh up your options before deciding on the one that is best for you.
Two of Wands reversed indicates difficulties in making a decision, possibly due to the fear of making the wrong choice.
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.