A Tarot Triptych: Hermit, Queen of Cups, and Death
A couple of years ago I found a humorous Tarot reading in a “Get Fuzzy” comic strip. (You can find it and read my thoughts about it in my blog post at that time.) In that strip, one of the characters does a ridiculous (and humorous) Tarot reading with the following cards: Hermit, Queen of Cups, Death
I took that as an opportunity to think about what those cards might indicate when viewed together as a three card triptych, and here is what I got:
When you make a soulful search for the meaning of love and relationships it can result in a profound transformation in your life.
If you have a different interpretation, post it here in the comments section, OK? I’d be interested to see it.
A 3-card Story spread reading is a way to interpret three cards as a single triptych image that tells a story. If you want a deeper explanation of how (and why) to do such readings, see my blog post titled, “The Triptychs of TarotVille.”