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Cross Spread

 

This easy-to-read four-card layout is one of the most useful of all the spreads. The first card is the significator, and the last shows the outcome, provided that the advice given is followed. The advice is broken down into two cards which can easily be compared and contrasted. Card #2 suggests what to avoid, while #3 shows the path to take. </p>
<p>This spread can also be used to ask about the meaning of a card from a previously executed spread that may have been unclear. In this usage, Card #2 shows what it did not mean, while #3 clarifies the meaning.

Spread Positions

  1. It deals with this
  2. Avoid this
  3. Do this
  4. Outcome

 

 

 

Cross Spread

 

 

 

 

 

 

Your Cross Reading

  DO This

7 of Diamonds
 
It Deals with This

King of Diamonds
  Do NOT Do This

8 of Clubs
  It Leads to This

Jack of Clubs
 

 

 

 

It Deals with This

King of Diamonds

This symbolises a fair-haired man who has natural magnetism in pursuits of material gain. He may be a skilful farmer, builder, natural scientist, or business man. In his stubbornness he may appear dull or unsophisticated to some.

 

 

 

Do NOT Do This

8 of Clubs

This card represents surprises that can suddenly appear out of nowhere. It symbolises explosive energy and suddenness. It can also suggest that meditation would be highly conductive at this time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DO This

7 of Diamonds

This represents an unfortunate time of loss. Losing is indicated – as in bad luck at gambling, fighting and losing, or building towards the construction of a monumental failure. Sometimes it may be better to just give up.

 

 

 

It Leads to This

Jack of Clubs

This can be a reliable friend, often considered generous, charismatic, and funny. On the other hand, he can be brash, proud, and overbearing. Most likely he is impatient.