Get a Love Reading with Playing Cards

Find Your King, Queen, Jack or Ace of Love

Many people know about Cartomancy (fortune-telling or divination using a deck of cards) but they usually think of Tarot readings to help them understand or predict what is coming up for them regarding their love life. Less common nowadays are love readings using the unique and wonderful power found in playing cards. It is a tradition and art form steeped in history—well before the first Tarot decks were designed or created.

Playing cards represent a calendar. There are 52 cards in a deck and 52 weeks in a year. The four suits represent the four seasons. Each suit has 13 cards just as each season is 13 weeks long. If you add all the numbers in each suit, you’ll get 91. There are 91 days in a season. If you add all the numbers up in a deck, you get 364, the same number of days in the Lunar Calendar. So when doing a love and relationship reading the reader can achieve great accuracy regarding times and periods. This helps deliver highly accurate predictions.

The individual characters (Jack, Queen, King and Ace) of the suits also go a long way in helping the reader give true insight into love and relationship developments. They also indicate the level of intimacy between possible partners. They even show traits of betrayals and loyalty.

When I do a reading I can look within the spreads I lay down to see people’s different options and choices regarding the love and relationships within their lives.

Playing cards can tell me about a potential, new love interest and if they will ultimately fulfill or disappoint the person I am reading for. The depth of details these playing cards can deliver is truly remarkable. Is the nature of the love interest purely sexual or does it offer more depth? The cards can tell me. Is this new person a past-life connection or are they an ex returning or are they someone completely new? The cards know. The cards can also tell me how the relationship will progress. Will it be harmonious or fraught with difficulties and stress? Is the potential partner needy and high-maintenance? Is this a soul/twin flame connection? The cards have the answers.

The cards can also tell me a lot about your current relationship. I can see the level of passion and intimacy. I know if your partner will remain loyal, committed and true. Will they blow hot and cold? Will they ultimately commit to you in the way you desire? Do they have a hidden agenda and if so, what is it? The cards will reveal all to me.

I call on the guidance of Spirit and the Divine during my playing card readings to give my clients more than just a vague sketch of their love lives. I am blessed to be able to deliver a powerful reading that is concise and detailed. I like to think of it as a high-color, high-resolution photograph of where, when and how love is coming into your life. Call me soon and let me use the power of playing cards to enlighten and guide you on your path towards greater understanding of your love life!


Psychic Anton ext. 5893

2 thoughts on “Get a Love Reading with Playing Cards

  1. ANTON

    Thanks for your comment; Just thought that I would clarify the timeline regarding the invention of Playing Cards; For the earliest mention of The Playing Cards we have to go back to the reign of Emperor Yizong of Tang of China around 833 AD. It is documented that packs of playing cards in some format were used in his court. Different to the ones we use but none the less they were Playing Cards. By 1300 we have evidence that they had arrived in some form into Europe. By the 15th century more cards had been added to the deck, bringing it to a total of 78 cards, thus creating what we now know as The Tarot Cards. Whilst I can indeed read the Tarot whilst studying Cartomancy Spirit directed me to use The Power of the Original simple Deck of Playing Cards to their maximum effect, which I do to great effect, now on a daily basis. I trust that this clarifies a little history about the invention of the Playing Cards. It did indeed precede the invention of the Tarot deck. I am currently working on a new Blog that will give more detail regarding the History of Playing Cards which should be published in the coming months.

  2. virgo2757

    Hello, Anton,
    You say in this article, as you did in a previous post, that doing a love reading with playing cards “…is a tradition and art form steeped in history, well before the first tarot cards were designed or created.” I did not see an answer to the question I asked you after your previous post, so I feel compelled to ask you again about this article: I was under the impression that playing cards evolved from the tarot, so I’m confused by your statement that playing cards were developed first. Could you clarify this, please? Thank you.


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