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Exploring “Themes” or Topics In Your Grand Tableau

What if you do a Grand Tableau, but you’re really only looking out for certain things? Now, personally, I would ALWAYS start by read directly around my Querent card as a very first port of call (the influences I’m interested in may not be the ones actually impinging at any given time), but after that… …

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How To Get More Info: Knighting in a 9 Card (3×3, Box) Spread

As you’ll be aware, the Grand Tableau is a complex spread, or at least has the potential to be,  with a lot of additional techniques you can use; Houses and Knighting in particular in order to tap more information. The 9 card spread (or 3×3 or Box spread) is actually a small part of a …

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Comparing “Traditional” & “Modern” Grand Tableau Results: How Do They Differ?

So to follow on from my recent posts on Traditional Meanings and the Near/Far method in the Grand Tableau, we turn to the next, inevitable, question. What different results might we see if we read the Grand Tableau using the traditional meanings and near/far method (e.g. “Philippe Lenormand” instructions) compared, for instance, to more modern methods …

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