Hierophant and Emperor in relationship tarot card spreads?
Whenever I ask questions about this guy I’m starting to see (who I really like) and our growing relationship – I get the Hierophant and Emperor a lot in the spreads. But I have a hard time interpreting what it means in regards to him and I.
What do these cards indicate in regards to a relationship or male of interest.
Thanks for the help!! These two cards have really been puzzling!
Suggestion by nondescript
If you look for correlation in the cards, you’ll find them. It would be more unusual for cards to all appear next to no other cards in previous deals. That’s just the nature of such combinatorial statistics.
The only thing the cards should tell you is that you’re interested in this guy. Otherwise, you wouldn’t be fiddling with cards to try to predict your future with him.
Other than that, the cards just tell you how you shuffled the deck. It’s meaningless.
Suggestion by opinionatedlilbugger
What layout are you using and what are the placements of each? That will determine much of the meaning withing the reading.
Suggestion by Kelly
He’s going to be naturally smart, with strong instincts. Great common sense and charisma. Both of these cards represent thinkers who emotionally stable and connected with their thoughts and emotions.
Neither are show-boaters who put thought towards stuff before they act or speak. They do not leave the first sign of trouble. The Hierophant is a little slower moving in the relationship department, and is very intuitive. The Emperor has a bit of fire and may became a little jealous at times.
Different Tarot card spreads(I’m getting tired of my old ones)?
I want tarot card spreads that focus on the future. Or tarot card spreads that mainly focus on the future but give you parts of your past to give verification to the person that this(tarot reading) is real. Not a hoax. Most of my clients only believe there future when their past and present cards were accurate. So what are some good spreads for telling your client mainly about their future.
Suggestion by Lukas Xavier
>Most of my clients only believe there future when their past and present cards were accurate.
And you think the correct response to this is to just stop trying to read the past?
That tells me so much about you.
Suggestion by tarot
Why not do your own? I have never used any “spreads”. I personalize all my readings for the person/situation.
Suggestion by ice magic
this site has all the spreads you could imagine!!
Tarot card spreads, what does it mean?
So if i had a tarot card spread with 17 cards, what does the top line mean? My mum says it means it will happen within the next 12weeks. Is she right?
Also what does the celtic cross one mean, what does the first cards mean?
Suggestion by Splash Frog
It means you played with pieces of cardboard with pictures on them. Nothing more.
Suggestion by Cletus
It means nothing. Tarot is superstitious rubbish. Just like Astrology.
Suggestion by carolyne
It is not about the kind of spread that you do (or the number of cards that you pick)! Before you do any spread, you should have determined in your mind which position will be focusing on which matter! I give you a basic exemple: 3 cards spread can be past-present-future.
Make sure your mind is clear before you do a reading, otherwise it is worthless.