Popular Tarot Spreads- The Celtic Cross Tarot Spread

Popular Tarot Spreads- The Celtic Cross Tarot Spread

The Celtic Cross Tarot spread  is one of the most popular and widely used Tarot spreads.

It typically consists of ten cards and is great for gaining insight into a specific situation or question.

For the Celtic Cross Tarot spread  the cards are laid out in the shape of a cross with four cards surrounding a central card. The central card represents the current situation, and the surrounding cards provide insight into different aspects of the question or situation.


layout for the celtic cross tarot spread with meanings and card placements of the 10 cards

The Meaning of each position in the Celtic Cross Tarot spread

  1. The Present: This card represents the current situation and gives you insight into what is happening right now.
  2. The Challenge: This card represents the challenge or obstacle you are currently facing.
  3. The Past: This card represents the past events or influences that have led to the current situation.
  4. The Future: This card represents the future outcome of the situation.
  5. The Foundation: This card represents the underlying energies and influences that are supporting the situation.
  6. The Immediate Future: This card represents what will happen in the near future if you continue on your current path.
  7. The Self: This card represents your own role and perspective in the situation.
  8. External Influences: This card represents external factors that are influencing the situation.
  9. Hopes and Fears: This card represents your hopes and fears about the situation.
  10. Outcome: This card represents the final outcome of the situation.

By interpreting the meanings of each card in relation to its position and the other cards in the spread, the Celtic Cross Tarot spread can provide a detailed and insightful reading on a specific situation or question.


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