THE CARD The card shows two young people together in their home, sharing a drink. The man holds the woman's shoulder showing his affection for her, while she gazes upwards into his eyes. Around them are all the possessions of their home. They have stability and are happy together.
INTERPRETATION Partnerships on all levels - friendship, romance, business;may also indicate two people coming together again after a argument.
REVERSED MEANING A parting, either temporary or for good; desired partnerships may not be as good as hoped for.
THE CARD Two opposing warrior chiefs put aside their swords and disagreements to join together in a game of chess. The game may be played for enjoyment or it may be to settle their differences without resorting to arms.
INTERPRETATION Differences resolved; peace restored; equilibrium; balance; friendship rising from conflict.
REVERSED MEANING Unstable or insecure balance; tension; lack of trust between friends; a threat of hostility.
THE CARD Now the builder has finished his work he rests for a while between the roof supports of his new home.
INTERPRETATION Completion of work and celebration; a period of well earned rest; satisfaction.
REVERSED MEANING Premature or undeserved celebration; obstacles and delays soon passing; poor workmanship.
THE CARD The man wakes in the night to be confronted by three dwarfs bearing gifts. Is he dreaming or are they real? The seven golden chalices of promise may be illusory but they could be real - he cannot tell.
INTERPRETATION A card of confusion. Unreal or unreliable advantages; nothing suggested is permanent or to be trusted at face value.
REVERSED MEANING The desire, willpower or determination is present to sort muddled thing out; alternatively, a person living in a fantasy would, totally divorced from reality.
THE CARD The card shows a man and a woman struggling against the wind and snow on a cold winters night. The woman holds a child in her arms and tries to protect it from the cold. In their efforts to combat the elements, both of them risk overlooking the five golden discs that lie partially covered by the falling snow.
INTERPRETATION Financial troubles, material adversity that needs care to resolve or opportunities may be overlooked; a favourable outcome is available but must not be missed.
REVERSED MEANING Hard work is needed to overcome problems; improvement could be made through a change in attitude, or by using more imagination.
THE CARD Within the dragons lair the man moves with stealth. He has found what he seeks and now he must make good his escape before the dragon wakes.
INTERPRETATlON A need for care or cunning; courage is required but a head on attack would be disastrous; diplomacy.
REVERSED MEANING Foolhardy action; dangerous risks taken with no purpose or advantage in mind; failure to complete actions.
THE CARD A weaponless man is surrounded by eight hostile warriors armed with swords.
INTERPRETATION Major difficulties; restriction; powerless to change one's position, wait before attempting anything.
REVERSED MEANING Release from a apparently inescapable position; restrictions will soon be lifted; hard work with no reward.
THE CARD A richly worked silver chalice, decorated with gold panels and bosses on coloured enamel.
INTERPRETATION Joy and contentment; beginning of a relationship or friendship; possible a wedding, leading top a happy marriage; a gift or a birth.
REVERSED MEANING Repressed emotion; barrenness; a poor choice of marriage partner; self interest.