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.



Three of Cups

The Three of Cups traditionally means joy and shared pleasures, creativity, dreams, intuition and imagination. This is a time of abundance, sharing, of reciprocating, of symbiosis that is interdependent and yet remains individualistic. It represents the glow and well being of companionship (three's company), "All for one, One for all," happiness, good fortune, because the rainbow has no end or beginning and encompasses all things within it, eternity and the fulfillment of emotional blessings. It is the outpouring of emotions and love that creates something greater from it.




Nine of Cups

Eight of the nine drops are filled. The ninth is left empty save for a question mark. This is your wish card. This is your choice. What will you do with a free wish? How will you express yourself in this particular moment in time?




The Tower

Change or opportunity for same. Communication issue. An important message. A warning. Crisis. Destruction through abusive use of ambition, authority or will. Freedom from a situation. An accident. A head injury. Bankruptcy. Separation or divorce. A material loss. A fire. Ill health. Death. New-found knowledge or a sudden discovery. Spiritual inspiration. Sexual act or experience. Telephone call.




King of Wands

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




Ten of Swords

Misfortune, or at least the thought that all is falling apart. Excessive pain, be it mental or physical. Being a victim. Life loosing its meaning. Being vulnerable at the most, turning the other cheek as well. Martyrdom. Being at a point where things cannot get worse, only better.




King of Coins

The King of Coins is related with business and other matters of this kind. His knowledge is very well grounded and down to earth. As represented here, he takes times to think things through. There is no hurry when somebody wants to take the right decision and consider all the possibilities. Enjoyment of nature is also important for this king. When he commits, he gives all his best. He can offer guidance and advices. He can be a good protector of the arts and of learning center like universities.




Death

The real kingdom of death is free of the material world and the "death" that occurs there; it is a place to shed the trappings of the material world and come to the light. Less literally, to brave your fears will lead to transformation. The end is the beginning.




Ten of Coins

The wealth in this card usually does not come suddenly, nor to those without merit. It is a result of efforts. The couple in this card has received part of their wealth, both material and in terms of stable loving homes, from the generation before them, but did not rest on the laurels, and made their own way. As every completed cycle carries the seed for the new cycle, they are now ready to share their wealth and pass it on to the next generation.




Five of Coins

When this card appears in a reading, it signifies a potentially difficult time of change, perhaps in the querent's financial life or work life or simply in meeting basic needs such as food and shelter. The stability of the Four of Coins has been thrown off kilter, and what seemed to be true is no longer so. What was whole is now split. What was stationary is now in motion. What was stagnant is now growing and changing. For example, a bad financial situation may be changing for the better. Or what appears to be a comfortable working environment may be changing for the worse. Whatever you think is true probably isn't any longer. This is a card that indicates a need for the querent to be cautious before acting, and to be prepared for some "growing pains."




Emperor

The Emperor represents the principle of masculinity, not just in the human realm but also within the fabric of creation. He represents order, structure and control. Whereas the Empress is the power of creativity and fertility, the Emperor represents the ability to take formless matter and give it shape, organisation and structure. When he appears in a reading, he signifies control and orderly rule. On a practical level, he represents the laws and structure of society, be they good or evil.