Updated: Mar 2, 2019
Kipper Cards SIMPLE SPREADS
DAILY READS (also really easy to do on my app!)
Remove your MC, place them on the table and ask to see "your day ahead".
Lay 3 cards in the sight of the Main Character and read card by card (taking into account their directional cues). Once you have laid make sure you make a note of them for dissecting later in the day!
An example for a daily draw for the MC2: We can see that the Querent has her focus on work today with the 34. Work card touching her, this will be the overriding theme of the day. 31. Illness is a connector card then and it connects 34 and 36. This shows there will be a down patch in our Querent reaching her goal for the day - she may not get there as quick as she would like, but, she will get there because 36. Hope Great Water is still present at the end of the day.
Did you know there were 12 spreads in my book!? Those who were lucky enough to get a signed copy even have 13 spreads!
WHAT IT IS SPREAD
It is quite funny that this spread has become so popular since I started teaching Kipper. This is a standard German spread that has been used for centuries, some sitcoms even refer to this method!
CARD 1 - WHAT IT'S ABOUT
CARD 2 - NOT WHAT IT'S ABOUT
CARD 3 - HOW IT IS
CARD 4 - HOW IT WILL TURN OUT
Ask a situational question and answer using the following placements - if you refer the core card meaning back to the placement then you have a real easy and simple no messing read! Card 1 What its about = What the Problem or reason for the question is Card 2 Not what its about = The querents fear or hopes with the current situation Card 3 How it is = The reality of the situation Card 4 How it will turn out = The future development should no changes be made
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