Question by Hermès: when there are many court cards in a tarot reading, what does that mean?
i made a celtic cross spread and 6 cards out of 10 were court cards. i had king of cups reversed, king of swords, queen of wands, queen of pentacles, page of swords, page of wands.
what could be the story behind all those court cards.
the two pages are in reverse
Answer by Scarlet MacBlu
What did you think it meant? You’re the interpreter… only you can interpret that spread, no one else can.
When I see a lot of court cards in a spread, I tend to think that there are a lot of people with a lot of different opinions to consider when working on the problem. If there aren’t many court cards, I tend to think the problem is mostly internal within the seeker and s/he is mostly on his/her own for solving it.
But it really depends completely on the context, which cards are pulled etc.
What do you think? Answer below!