Position One: The Covering Card

The card that is in this position represents the situation both within and without that you currently find yourself in.

Eight of Cups

The Eight of Cups represents that it is necessary to give something up.

Position Two: The Crossing Card

The card that is in this position represents that which is causing conflict and blockage in the present moment.

Nine of Cups

The Nine of Cups represents a time of happiness as a result of being rewarded for past efforts.

Position Three: The Crowning Card

The card that is in this position represents that which is in full view and thus which is most obvious in your life at the moment.

Two of Wands

The Two of Wands represents a new goal or creative project.

Position Four: Inner Drive

The card that is in this position represents the main subconscious drive or motivation that is truly behind the surface situation described by the crowning card. This card will tend to be surprising since we are rarely aware of our unconscious motivations.

Four of Wands

The Four of Wands represents a time of enjoying the rewards of past efforts.

Position Five: Past Influences

The card that is in this position represents the situation both within and without that is currently passing out of your life.

Knight of Wands

The Knight of Wands represents the necessity for you to take on the quality of adventurousness.

Position Six: Future Influences

The card that is in this position represents the situation both within and without that will soon manifest in your life.

Page of Cups

The Page of Cups represents something new in the realm of feeling such as a new relationship or the development of a new dimension of an existing relationship.

Position Seven: Future Point of View

The card that is in this position represents the situation within yourself that you will soon embody.

Eight of Pentacles

The Eight of Pentacles represents a period of time when you must work hard to develop a new skill.

Position Eight: How Others See You

The card that is in this position represents how those around you see you and your situation.

Ten of Swords

The Ten of Swords represents the final conclusion of a difficult time.

Position Nine: Things Desired and Dreaded

The card that is in this position represents either what you desire or what you dread or both since every card in the tarot deck can be interpreted as having either a positive or negative meaning depending on how they relate to your specific inquiry.

Four of Swords

The Four of Swords represents a time to recover and gather strength for the future.

Position Ten: Outcome

The card that is in this position represents the situation which is the inevitable outcome of whatever it is that you are currently experiencing.

Five of Pentacles

The Five of Pentacles represents a period of time when you have money problems. You may lose a lot of money on a financial venture or unexpected bills might arise.