Card Meanings

Multiples and Pairings in Love Tarot Readings

Rider Waite Tarot 10s

When there is more than one of the same number Minor Arcana cards it has a bearing on the reading. This is what multiples mean in Love Tarot readings:

4 Tens – Responsibilities are weighing heavily on you or your partner
3 Tens – Difficult times are coming to an end
4 Nines – Extreme isolation
3 Nines – An important relationship lesson is being successfully integrated
4 Eights – Powerful and rapid changes, usually positive
3 Eights – You and your beloved are going on a trip
4 Sevens – A deeply spiritual relationship
3 Sevens РGood luck 
4 Sixes – A soulmate relationship that goes back many incarnations
3 Sixes – Great pleasure
4 Fives – Diversity and flexibility, an ability to go with the flow
3 Fives - Internal and external conflicts, bad luck
4 Fours – Lasting stability, possibly after a house move or moving in together
3 Fours – A house move
4 Threes – A relationship centred around creative projects and raising children
3 Threes – Cheating, excessive flirting, lack of commitment
4 Twos – Life-long commitment
3 Twos – A wedding
4 Aces – A complete first, a new type of lover or relationship, starting over
3 Aces – Extreme luck, pregnancy

Pairings:

Two Tens – Ending of a relationship or phase in the relationship
Two Nines – One of you needs to spend time alone
Two Eights – You will receive news that affect the relationship
Two Sevens – Self-confidence issues may cause instability in the relationship
Two Sixes – Issues surrounding equality may affect the relationship
Two Fives – Constant bickering, backstabbing and ill will from others affect the relationship
Two Fours – House repairs or looking to move house
Two Threes – One of you are craving more change and excitement
Two Twos – Harmonious changes and communication, the need to make a choice
Two Aces – A new partnership

 

8 replies »

  1. I didn’t know this and I do Tarot! I’m going to share this on my blog :) …and can’t wait to actually see and use this in Tarot…

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