I love to see some interest.
For my self I start with the Center Pair, One of the querant and one for the Que.
Depending on it's application it can be applied to a 14 Card "Wheel"(2+12) or adapted to the 39 card Life Path Study Course for aspirant purposes rather than Querant based readings.
The Wheel is a common read style that I have adapted to the ROTA or Tree of Life spread, as it resembles a Tree growing up from the root baring fruit and it's Heavenly Ascension.
The option of the reader is to apply one card for the Wheel at it's Noon position, for alignment with Aire or Aqua, where as a reader in Works would find an addition to the Root and Growth is more suitable. It is from the Air and Aqua that water flows to nourish this tree, and it is from the elements of fire meeting the water that Earth is borne.
Four Aspects; Styles; Suits.
Aligning of one's self is the Enochian "Game", Where as the Sacred Tongue shows through the TAROT Wheel I call ROTA in this spread. Because the Wheel is a common spread it is tied to it's own history, and promotes Sacred tongue through it's historical ties. Enochian is the language of Game and Jest, as it expresses sometimes how a challenge falls on ones alter.
The Love for the Querant expresses itself in the Root of recognition, The Star and Sky, or infinite possibility of the Querant, and the Assiah Set, or Heavenly abodes express the Celestial nature of divination. Finally; the Language of tarot, which expresses itself as symbols tied to both the past and future, Chance and Luck, are the divine nature of a Tarocchi Conversation. These four understandings are the root of Tarocchi as I have come to understand it.
If one approaches your alter to Challenge your skill, Alignment with Aire expresses through it's form showing the maintenance of an Altruistic approach to the read. If this Challenge is not present, then the read is based more in the Que, as traditional to Divination or Sacred Tongue Tarot.
In Sacred tongue it traditionally shows there real linger questions of the querant, rather than always satisfying the que. In a persons heart, some ques miss the surface, and are never asked, but still they are shown.
Starting the wheel it has two cards in it's center and twelve in its Wheel or Clock.
Out from it's center it breaks into quarters, or 8 additional cards, and in the four quarters we express one deacon card, per quarter (Watchers). Where as From Assiah to the root we add six Outer Deacons, or Celestial sphere Watchers. Three on the left, three on the right. Besides the clockwise spread or wheel these cards, which will help you to understand direction for your reads, (Cards inside the wheel express themselves as alignment or characters in the Querant's life, rather than the outer court of Watchers which are not directly in the life of the querant but still affect the life path of.) where as the Strengths are aligned to Future to the Left and Past to the Right. These are simple "Over Views" where as the wheel works as a clock. Noon unto 3' is expressed as the past. From three to six is the precipitating moment. 6 to noon again is the future expressed by the path of the Querant.
This large a read is traditionally dedicated to Aspirant Paths, but can be used in all of it's modes for Que. Ie, if the Querant does not have a life interest in Tarot, then perhaps its translation if just que based, but with the aspirant path, those who wish to study the occult, these card spreads should be transcribed as a gift to the Aspirant.
The Sprout aligns itself in three realms of the tree of life, Hod, Netsach and Tipharet, and knowing this on your alter will help you to see other Strengths, Root is One card Malkhut and one cared Yesod, Malkuth sideways under Yesod.
Any additional question I would love to address, if your strong in Astrology, then these 12 can be such, but they are also expressed on your Watch.
Arch-Majus of the Universitatum of the Illuminati of the United States of America