How to Read the Future with Poker Cards

read the future with poker cards

If you don’t have a tarot deck on hand to read the future but still want to learn how to read cards, don’t worry! You can use regular playing cards that you likely have tucked away in a drawer at home. As you know, a deck of poker cards is composed of clubs, diamonds, hearts, and spades. In this article, we will explore how each of these cards corresponds to the minor arcana of the tarot.

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Now let’s continue. The clubs correspond to the wands in tarot and symbolize action and creativity. These are active cards that speak to business, risk-taking, competition, and creativity. The hearts represent cups in tarot and indicate relationships, feelings, and emotions such as impotence, desperation, satisfaction, or joy. Hearts are connected to the emotions that all human beings experience.

The spades correspond to swords and express communication and direct reference to thoughts. In other words, they represent everything related to the head or brain. When spades appear in a reading, they reveal lies in a relationship, significant decision-making, a circumstance related to studies, and anything related to writing. Diamonds correspond to pentacles and express practicality, money, and material things, including present or future projects and work. In short, they refer to everything material or tangible, and they indicate relationships but from a practical and tangible perspective. Depending on the context, they can express problems with the body or physical health.

The meaning of the Tower in the Tarot as a Guide Card

What are the qualities of numbers in tarot? Numbers serve as a framework for reading cards, regardless of the type of deck you use, whether it’s a deck of poker cards, Spanish cards, or tarot cards. Each attribute of the deck has a positive and negative aspect. For example, the number four, in its positive aspect, may mean feeling trapped in a situation, while in its negative aspect, it may express stability. The number ten speaks of the end of a worrying situation, while the number nine speaks of growth in any area of knowledge. The number eight represents movement or change, and the number seven speaks of the revelation of a mystery or intrigue. The number six represents harmony and peace, and the number five reveals unrest or disturbance. The number four speaks of emotional stability or calm in a conflictual situation. The number three refers to a connection or link that can bring solutions to the consultant’s life, and the number two indicates balance or stability in a situation that was about to explode. The ace speaks clearly about the beginning or start of something.

In conclusion, reading cards can be challenging initially, but it’s a skill that can be honed through constant practice and study. The effectiveness of each reading will depend on your ability to capture and recreate a story with the cards and connect or complement their meanings. Keep in mind that the reading of each card depends on the context and the position in which it appears in the reading.

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