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I want to describe my first Tarot spread.
I know this spread from a book.
I will tell it compactly.
I call it "Alternative".

If you face two things and you have to choose one out of the two.
This spread will be available.

You must think about two specific things ,you have to choose one out of them. Then you call the first thing "A",the other "B".

Go on...
First, choose one from the 78 cards, place it in the first position,it is No.1.

Then, choose another two ,place one on the No.1's top right corner,it is No.2, and the other on the No.1's top left corner,it is No.3.

At last, choose two more cards. One is No.4 placing above the No.2.
The other is No.5 placing above the No.3.

Here are the readings.
The No.1 tells your situation and your spirit on this problem at present.
The No.2 tells if you choose A , what will happen to you at present.
The No.3 tells if you choose B , what will happen to you at present.
The No.4 tells if you choose A , what will happen to you in the future.
The No.5 tells if you choose B, what will happen to you in the future.

It is my first try on Tarot, and I use it to help me on my love problems. Really it is convincing.
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