Have you got a Secret Admirer

Let the Tarot show you with this 3 card tarot layout. This layout uses the suit of cups from ace of cups to ten of cups, the court cards and the suit of swords from Ace of swords to Ten of swords separately. Separate the card groups and shuffle & cut the card groups independently from the other cards in the deck.

 

Valentine day tarot spread

Card position 1. Have I got a Secret Admirer? Use the Suit of Cups from Ace of cups to Ten of cups only. 

Ace of cups: Yes, you have a secret admirer. This is someone who you just met.

Two of cups: Yes, your secret admirer is a close friend.

Three of cups: Yes, you met your secret admirer at a party/event.

Four of cups: No, you don’t have a secret admirer.

Five of cups: No, you don’t have a secret admirer.

Six of cups: Yes, you have a secret admirer. This is someone from your past.

Seven of cups: Yes, you have a secret admirer. This is someone you met online.

Eight of cups: No, you don’t have a secret admirer.

Nine of cups: Yes, you have a secret admirer. This is someone who will soon let you know who he/she is feeling.

Ten of cups: Yes, you have a secret admirer. This is someone you met at a spiritual meeting.

Card position 2. Who is your secret Admirer? Use the Court cards only.

Page of cups: A shy and sensitive person.

Knight of cups: An artist such as a poet, musician, actor, painter, writer.

Queen of cups: A healer.

King of cups: A doctor.

Page of pentacles: A student.

Knight of pentacles: A hard worker and someone who just changed their jobs.

Queen of pentacles: A nurturer and a homemaker.

King of pentacles: A wealthy business owner.

Page of wands: A dramatic person with big personality.

Knight of wands: A strong competitor who loves sport.

Queen of wands: An entrepreneur.

King of wands: This is an admirer who is committed to someone else.

Page of swords: A genius.

Knight of swords: A soldier.

Queen of swords: An activist.

King of swords: An authority figure often in the legal world.

Card Position 3. Romantic Possibilities. Use suit of Swords from Ace of swords to Ten of swords only. 

Ace of swords: Yes. Two minds who think alike. Great potential.

Two of swords: Maybe. Someone has to make the first move, but neither of you seem to do be willing to take a risk.

Three of swords: No.

Four of swords: Yes. This union has the potential to become a long lasting relationship.

Five of swords: No.

Six of swords: Maybe, but only if you change your life now away from all the drama.

Seven of swords: No.

Eight of swords: No, at least not until you become less self-conscious.

Nine of swords: No.

Ten of swords: No.

How to Find your Secret Admirer in the Tarot

Card position 1. Use suit of cups card from ace of cups to ten of cups for card position 1. Separate the cup cards from the rest of the deck. Shuffle and cut the ten cards as normal. Lay out one card per position. See above for tarot card meanings. Card position 2. Use the 16 court cards only. Shuffle and cut the deck as normal. See above for tarot card meanings. Card position 3. Use the suit of swords from Ace of swords to Ten of swords only. Shuffle and cut the deck as normal. See above for tarot card meanings.

Secret Admirer Tarot Spread is best suitable for single people

Just like the ‘Who is my Soul Mate’ spread it is best suitable for single people who wants to see if there are any suitable people around them ready for romance.