The Celtic Cross

The most popular and well-known of all of the tarot spreads is the Celtic Cross 10 card spread. Get your free reading below.

The Eight of Pentacles tarot card
The Sun Tarot Card
The Seven of Pentacles tarot card
The Two of Swords tarot card
Queen of wands tarot card
The Emperor tarot card
Ace Of Cups Tarot Card Meanings Love Health Wealth
The Eight of Swords tarot card
Judgement Tarot Card
The Ten of Pentacles tarot card

Card reading

The Eight of Pentacles tarot card

The Eight of Pentacles

The Eight of Pentacles gives you a taste of success but reminds you that you can’t have what you want overnight. There is a goal in sight for you right now and you are on the right path – learning new tricks, creating healthy environments around you, and otherwise doing what you can to succeed. The Eight of Pentacles is a reminder not to give up and to continue on the path that you are on now.
The Sun Tarot Card

The Sun

The Sun is the most positive oracle in the deck. In the Rider Waite deck the symbolism of the card is easily interpreted as the sun shines over a new baby and aptly named “sun”flowers in the background. The infant, along with the flowers growing, indicates new life and in readings and often represents a new direction. Children being born, questions of prosperity are answered, abundance of wealth, and recovery from illness are all implied by this card. As the infant rides atop the white stallion, he carries a red banner. The deck is famous for using color as symbolism and red often symbolizes power, momentum, and triumph. This card represents the universe coming together and agreeing with your path and aiding forward movement into something greater.
The Seven of Pentacles tarot card

The Seven of Pentacles

The Seven of Pentacles is a fruitful card reflecting the abundance and growth. You may find that you look down at what is growing in your life and not like what is coming up. It really depends on what you have been doing so far and what you are expecting back. This is a time to take a look at your own actions and consider change of course if needed. You may find that you look down at what is growing in your life and not like what is coming up.
The Two of Swords tarot card

The Two of Swords

The Two of Swords is a card that effects most people now and again in their lives and when the time comes it is never a comfortable position to be in. There are in fact so many options at your disposal in this moment that you fear making a move in case it is the wrong move therefore your hands are tied and you are stuck. Understandably this is not a position in which you would prefer to stay, so you desire with great strength to push out of it, but you don’t know where to start.
Queen of wands tarot card

The Queen of Wands

The Queen and counterpart for the King of Wands represents for you a time of sensitivity and awareness, of self discovery and passion of spirit as well as the awakening of who you are on a deep, internal level. When you receive this card there is an extenuating and developing love of home as well as the intense appreciation of nature. You have a magnetic personality that attracts those to you who also have a desire to be connected to nature and have a fiery desire to create an exceptional life.
The Emperor tarot card

The Emperor

The Emperor is the counterpart of the Empress, but where the Empress is care free in her abundance, the Emperor is almost strict with his own form of stability and can symbolize many different things depending on the context in which he represents himself. If you receive this card during a general reading, then the Emperor is going to provide you with a solid, continual energy to benefit your life. He does not leave a lot of room for excess change or random behavior. The Emperor is pragmatic, regal and stately. His energy is full of action and drive, and there is no room for mistakes.
Ace Of Cups Tarot Card Meanings Love Health Wealth

Ace of Cups

Each Ace of the Rider Waite deck emphasizes new beginnings on various levels. If you have received the Ace of Cups in your reading, then you either being blessed or will be blessed with a very promising time in your life. The Ace of Cups is like a giant gift from the Heaven. The card itself depicts an image of a hand that is stretching outward from the heavens.
The Eight of Swords tarot card

The Eight of Swords

The Eight of Swords is commonly known as the card of victimization. You fear pain and restriction, yet that which you fear is exactly what is blocking you the most. You are going through a season where you do not trust anyone and you worse you are constantly doubting your own abilities. You are perpetuating this cycle by trying to battle more than one issue at a time and that is part of what is causing you debilitating indecision.
Judgement Tarot Card

Judgement

The Judgement card in a reading can be a very difficult one to be read. This is because it has multiple meanings. On one hand Judgement can come in the form of your own personal judgment and in that case the card is telling you to be careful how you proceed. It can also be a representation of harsh judgments being made upon you or by you. It is a reminder that we all end up in the same place in the end and how we get there should be guided by integrity or virtue.
The Ten of Pentacles tarot card

The Ten of Pentacles

The Ten of Pentacles is a card that shows a happiness that is a long time coming. It can be a very difficult card in a reading because often when readings are done people are asking about current situations in love, work, health, or finances. Often it will refer to retirement, planning for the future, or even lasting love. It can show immediate situations turning out well, but usually it focuses on what is in store for the long run. It can be a very difficult card in a reading because often when readings are done people are asking about current situations in love, work, health, or finances.