Regular decks have been utilized for this purpose because their original variation from the tarot kind decks of earlier. Usually you will find more cards utilized per spread than normal tarot cards.
You may still use reverse interpretation on regular playing cards if you mark the deck on the "top".
Ace: Has to do with one’s home or environment. Could represent a trip or a change of address.
King: Represents an influencial man, someone with the power or capacity to do something good for the querent.
Queen: A reliable girl. Someone educated and loyal. One who always plays fair.
Jack: A good friend to the querent, someone close, a cousin or confidant, a person they’ve known since childhood or for quite a long time.
10: A good card: means good luck, can counteract poor cards round it.
9: Harmony. Often called the Wish Card. If surrounded by poor cards, these may represent barriers that have to be dealt with so as to get the satisfaction of their wish.
8: A event, a party, a party/bash. .etc tarot card reading. Somesort of ceremony that is already in the works..or has been planned.
Usually indicates a partner or other person failing to keep their promises. Whether this card comes up when dealing with some sort of strategy, expect that the other person will straight back out.
6: Warning card. Someone may attempt to take advantage of the querent. Also..the querent has been overly generous to somebody and not getting anything in return. They are used.
5: Indecisiveness: The querent’s inability to make up his/her head on a subject. A propensity to break and make plans with other people.
4: The bachelor or old maid card. This card represent somebody who’s overly fussy in their selection of a partner. An individual who, with their picky character, is destined to remain alone.
3: A unwise decision, made in haste and without proper background information.
2: Success, frequently past the querent’s expectations. If poor trades surround..there may be delays in reaching the objective.
Ace: Indicates riches, fame. Having many friends or acquaintances. Feeling well known and being able to receive certain perks due to good looks or social status.
King: Represents an excellent friend. A lifelong companion, someone who is trusted and counted on through times of need and sorrow.
Queen: Represents a wife or girlfriend in long-term relationship for a man. For a girl, represents a sister or decent friend, someone who shares a lot of knowledge about the querent.
Jack: Represents a good friend, a person who uses a lot of flattery, but only to make another person feel better. Somebody who’s good at cheering the querent up.
10: A card of pleasure and decent fortune. Can also represent a lengthy and fun-filled travel.
9: Trouble: Represents disagreements with good friends. A loss of a connection, a dare that will remain unresolved.
8: A sense of desperation. A desperate need for cash.
7: A card of good luck, if other positive cards are all around. Success if there is not interference from the opposite sex.
6: A venture card. Success based on mutual goals and friendship.
5: A union card, or the beginning of a long standing alliance.
4: A threat card, demonstrating misfortune or failure. Supposed friends getting in the wayturning against the querent.
3: A sign of another marriage or perhaps a third. Or an involvement with someone, then a union with a different one, following a friendly separation.
2: Poor luck. Being disappointed by people around. Opposition from family and friends. Don’t rely on others.
Ace: a significant message. A letter or package/gift arriving, the contents of which are extremely significant.
King: A bitter rival, a dangerous competitor, for girls it may signify that an abusive man or a deceitful lover.
Queen: A flirtatious girl, one who’ll interfere in plans. Gossipy, very attractive to males..able to eliminate things and intervene in scenarios.
A greedy person. Not harmful to man querents, however, problems for a female .
Money being the driving force of a travel or venture. Greed.
9: Adventure: A move in the hopes of advancement.
8: Country life, marriage and travel late in life. The querent’s life is too hectic at the moment. . A need to settle down and receive away..but unable to do so at the current time.
7: Bad luck on a venture or idea. A man who’s unreliable, a gambler or drinker.
6: An early union, however, a miserable one..and one not destined to last. A second union would also be miserable.
5: Prosperity, long enduring friendship. Pride in family. Success with children.
Situations that have been brewing and today come to a head.
Lawsuits, legal activities. A sign of separation or divorce.
2: A serious love affair, causing a union or interfering with a single depending on surrounding cards.
Ace: Bad news, reduction of someone close, potential death to someone near, or an illness, miscarriage, etc..
King: A man who will cause problems in relationships or marriage. One who’ll get in the middle, divide and conquer..and then destroy.
Queen: A cruel girl, a person who interferes. For ladies, a betrayal with a good friend. For guys, a woman who’ll use them to their gain.
Jack: A man who hangs around and gets in the way. Not a bad man, but a lazy person. One who’ll get in the method of progress. Takes and requires, but doesn’t give back anything.
If near a good card, it may cancel out it. If found with poor cards, makes them twice as poor.
9: The worst card of all: Illness, loss of cash, or distress. Even among the best of cards. Defeat, lack of success:
The majority of the trouble can be prevented if caught early on. Examine all connections closely.
Enable them to "win" for today.
6: Far planning but little outcome. Hard work, without a lot of profit. Discouragements.
4: Minor misfortune: A brief illness, a temporary setback.
3: Unhappiness: Misfortune in love or marriage. A reduction of pride and hope. Don’t dwell, proceed in life.
2: A complete and driven shift. Sudden change of place, connection or a passing. Bound to make a difference in the coming months.
GENERALLY: HEARTS: Emotional, symbols of suffering and pain.
DIAMONDS: Difficulties, cash problems.
To see a sample spread using regular playing cards, then click here.
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