back arrow

Tarot - Celtic Cross

Celtic Cross

Your browser does not support the canvas tag so no cards can be drawn on the layout.

The heart of the matter

The Tower card is about ruin and devastation indicating swift and drastic change. It is a warning that unexpected challenges await. In order to get through you will have to be able to adapt and change to the new circumstances. Often this change takes the form of an external disruption that we are not likely to see coming until it is nearly upon us. Destroying the old can herald in the new, so while the disruption will be hard in the short term, the results can be positive if the long run.

What is preventing your efforts

King of Wands is the master of his own destiny. As a blockage card, this is suggesting that you are not in control of your direction. This is likely due to issues you have about taking charge of things that have resulted in other people controlling the situation. Being a leader is not about ordering other people around. You need to set an example by showing people how things should be done.

What you are trying to achieve

Knight of Wands brings good news about your job or relationship. While good things may result from the news, you may have to alter your plans to accommodate the events that are coming.

Factors you may not be considering

The influence of the Four of Wands indicates that you are proud of what you have accomplished. You may, however, not feel that other people are acknowledging your achievements. You need to meet your own expectations, don't necessarily concern yourself with the expectations of others. If you are putting forward your best effort, you should have nothing to worry about. If you feel strongly that your work is not appreciated, you may want to take a look at what other options are available to you.

Influences from the past

Three of Pentacles is about professional growth and demonstrating your abilities. In the past position it is often an indicator that you have reached a high enough level of skill to proceed with your plans, but can also indicate that you are far too obsessed with minor details.

Factors that may influence the future

The King of Pentacles is about worldly power. In the future position this card often reflects success in business. This is an indication that you should focus in the present of becoming responsible and supportive so that you can potentially grow into a business leader.

How you are viewing the situation

If you are contemplating the future, you may have something in common with the Four of Swords. This card is suppose to appear just after a major event in your life has taken place. This represents the time between battles when you are able to relax and take a closer look at what you want the future to look like. Having a vision of the future in itself does little but knowing where you want to head does make it easier to start the journey.

How others are viewing you

When others see you as the Five of Cups, they are seeing your grief. This grief comes from disappointment or loss. Depending on the nature of your loss, others may share sympathy with you or may feel you are getting what you deserve. The thing to remember is just because things are bad now doesn't mean they will remain bad. By focusing on the past, you may be missing out on opportunities in the future.

Your current hopes and fears

The fear that the Two of Wands brings is that your desires are blinding you to your true needs. The hope is that you will be able to prove that you mean business. By trying to broaden your perspective, you will have a better idea of what you need to accomplish and what it is that you really need.

Potential outcome

The Ten of Swords in a future outcome position is a mixed blessing as it indicates that a problem that you are currently experiencing will be coming to an end, but to reach that end some personal sacrifice will probably be necessary. Sometimes we have to give up on something or someone and make a clean break. While endings are often hard, the end of something usually means the beginning of something new.

Copyright © 2010, 2019 Billy D. Spelchan. All Rights Reserved.