The Line Spread

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.

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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.

Eight of Pentacles

Eight of Pentacles symbolize craftsmanship in regards to work. It can also mean doing an apprenticeship and/or learning a new skill.

Eight of Pentacles reversed indicates tedious work with little gains. The seeker might be overdue for a promotion they deserve but are not getting.

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.

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.

Five of Swords

Five of Swords is the card for defeat and betrayal, conflict and unhealthy competition. Words will be hurtful, lies will be told and your weaknesses used against you.

Five of Swords reversed denotes conflict and arguments remaining unresolved, often dragging on indefinitely.