How to read playing cards so you won’t loathe your fortunetelling business.
The surface and the story behind the surface. Read for both.
I don’t rely on meaning because it doesn’t exist. How about you?
Sometimes you’re looking for the appropriate words to say something. Asking the cards about it can give you a push in the right direction.
You don’t always read cards for a solution, for better tactics and strategy, or for guidance and inspiration. There is another reason as well.
Reading cards laid out vertically.
What do you know about classical fortunetelling that doesn’t come from books?
A good diviner is aware of the power of dualist language and how to use it. An extraordinary diviner knows that merely categorizing labels according to value that’s divided, good/bad, man/woman, big/small, is not where it’s at.
Try flying with the cards above your own radar next time you see odd cards on the table, aligned in such a way so that you can ‘see’ where to start, namely at the odd end.
Two 5-card readings on love: one with the Marseille and the other with the Lenormand cards.