Your Ten Card Tarot Reading


A full and complete answer to your question in ten cards lies below. First, observe the symbols and images in your tarot cards, then slowly take in the wisdom in your reading.

To interpret your ten cards, look for how many cards you have that are similar: major arcana, suits, numbers, themes, or how they might be different, and let your intuition draw the information together.



Knight of Swords

Knights are an example of the active process of the element of air. Knights are also associated with all the tales of leaving home and searching for adventure, battles, or whatever it takes to cross the threshold into adulthood. They are motivated to test their skills and have a steady focus on their goals. Being an air card in an air suit, the Knight is obviously action oriented. In this example, the Knight has paused to seek a respite from some nameless battle as he honors his guiding spirits of the air. He has entered a phase of high learning, using his mind to cut through the air of words.




Magician

An act in the process of obtainment. Keywords: Ignition, Knowledge, Initiate, Create, Conductor, Manipulation, Process, Action, Transformation, Transmutation, Metamorphosis, Liberation, Attainment and Inversion.




Nine of Coins

An independent man or woman of means. Solitary enjoyment of the physical and tangible, without selfishness. A hard-earned reward. The culmination of hard work and discipline.




High Priestess

Secrets kept and secrets revealed. Study, knowledge, occultism. The brink of a great revelation. Book learning without experience.




Seven of Wands

Individual courage. A difficult challenge. Victory obtained through effort. Opportunities for those that dare take them. Rising above difficulties.




The Wheel of Fortune

Good luck and fortune, unexpected twist and turns of events, fateful encounters. One door closes, another one opens.




Six of Cups

The six of cups is a happy card, all about optimism and the renewal of the present through what has happened in the past. Things from one's life bring one pleasure ≠ small things, ordinary things. The past is the key; it may be anything from the past. A bridge from the past leading to the present, as exemplified by the rainbow.




King of Wands

I see him as the Lord of the Power of Change.




Two of Wands

Unknown opportunity. Creative strengh, confidence in business. Waiting for something or someone to help or provide support or backing. Duality. Excitement in starting a new endeavor.




Eight of Wands

The eight of wands in many Tarot decks have always been illustrated as being a positive card. The meaning of my eight of wands has been influenced by aspects of creating something important with speedily action, this can then be applied to the creative development of a new project. In my interpretation of this card this can reflect on how we can create a structure from an idea and then expand this into reality.