Can anyone help give their interpretation of my spread?



  • Can anyone help give their interpretation of my spread?
    my question was... will there be justice? and i pulled these 9 cards...

    6 of pentacles - 7 of cups - 4 of wands
    9 of wands - 10 of cups - king of swords
    judgement - king of pentacles reversed - the hanged man.



  • have u asked @TarotNick or @Ddude for help directly?



  • @jessanh said in Can anyone help give their interpretation of my spread?:

    Can anyone help give their interpretation of my spread?
    my question was... will there be justice? and i pulled these 9 cards...

    6 of pentacles - 7 of cups - 4 of wands
    9 of wands - 10 of cups - king of swords
    judgement - king of pentacles reversed - the hanged man.

    Which 9 card spread are you using and do you have a pic of the spread?



  • @ddude ty for answering and Merry Christmas or happy holiday.
    I do not understand these spreads.



  • @jessanh So did you just ask a question and randomly pull nine cards without using some type of spread??? Were you building your own spread or using one you saw?

    Spreads typically have positions and the cards are dealt in a particular order... Each position in the spread will represent something, its like a story board or guide. It's a helpful aid in answering the question... if that makes any sense..

    Another way to think of it is, cards are like letters in the alphabet and spreads are like the rules to spelling/grammar. . . .

    You might have all the letters in the alphabet but that doesn't mean you have a coherent word or sentence . . You just have a pile of letters..

    Now is it possible to reverse engineer that pile of letters and turn it into something coherent? I think the right person could do it.

    My advise is stick to the basics, keep it totally simple and then start building on the advanced techniques...

    Sorry so long winded...

    Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and all the other words that could apply 🙂



  • @jayann said in Can anyone help give their interpretation of my spread?:

    @ddude ty for answering and Merry Christmas or happy holiday.
    I do not understand these spreads.

    Jayann, so sorry I had your name confused with Jessanh. Anyhow, part of my last post was really meant for you. I'm sure it's all clear as mud 🙂



  • @ddude ty and Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and all the other words that could apply too.