Here you can compose your own layout, reposition and resize the images, according to the questions below, but not specifiy the cards to be shown (eg. Ace of Cups, The Magician etc.). If you want to specify the cards, use this page. If you aren't familiar with this facility, please - first - read the instructions, then experiment a bit with layouts, overlaying, resizing etc. before composing your final layout - you can return to this page by clicking on the "This reading provided by..." link at the very top of the final page.

On this "Drag 'n Drop" page, the cards are either picked by you from a deck (without you knowing what the cards are), or left to chance. If you want to specify which cards are to be displayed in a spread, use the "Compose Your Own Spread" page.

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  The Rider Waite-Colman Smith is the classic, most used deck for Tarot readings.

Select a Deck:

Enter your name as the reader:
Enter the name of the person the reading is for:
Put A Question Before the Cards:
[Avoid single and double quotes]
How many cards would you like in your spread (including the Significator and Crossing Card- max. is 22 cards, minimum is 3)?
  Rotate crossing card 90 degrees?
        [Please read this note first]
Use Major Arcana Cards Only?  Don't Use Reversed Cards?
Let Me Select and Shuffle the Cards
      for My Spread?
  Show Date this Spread was
  Spread Only? If this box is checked, please uncheck both of the following boxes.
 With list, but without interpretations? If checked, you will see the Spread displayed for you to arrange as you wish, and then the cards listed graphically.
 Input Card Descriptors and / or
Checking this box will let you input descriptors (e.g. "Significator" or "Crossing Card") for the cards listed after the spread, and provide your own interpretations.
What the last 2 boxes mean! Information only - what the various combinations of those last
two checkboxes will give you:-

1: Default interpretations, default card descriptors - you don't input any info

2: Default interpretations, but you can input your own card descriptors.

3: Default descriptors, cards listed without interpretations - so you can write or overprint with your own interpretations later.

4: You input descriptors and provide your own interpretations.