Are you a tarot enthusiast?
Learning traditional tarot can be a life-time process (and I have been studying tarot for over 40 years!). Traditional tarot includes numerology, astrology, symbology, intuition, and so much more.
One of the things traditional tarot teaches is the Celtic Cross. I love this spread because it reveals the past, present, and potential future.
Most Tarologists don’t use it because they don’t understand it. To be honest, it didn’t make sense to me until I started using my method.
Traditional tarot teaches that this spread represents “a wheel and a staff”.
One of the things that became obvious to me as I started reading tarot professionally – is that (for me) the Celtic Cross represents a person and a staff.
Because it makes more sense.
When you study this spread, you learn what each position means, then layer the meaning of the position with the card itself.
The 5th position of The Celtic Cross represents what someone is thinking, and it is the highest card in the spread. As people, our heads are higher than the rest of us, and it is where we do (most of) our thinking.
With this in mind, the bottom represents our feet – or the foundation of the reading.
I also incorporate color in my readings, based on my chakra awareness. So, if I see a lot of blue, for example, it tells me that there are choices to be made and communication that needs to occur.
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