Judgement Card Spread

365 Tarot Spreads: Revealing the Magic in Each Day - Sasha Graham 2014

Judgement Card Spread

On This Day

Joseph Smith was paid as a scryer, using his “seer stones” to locate lost items and treasure. Promoting the practice of polygamy, he took part in a long line of historical abuses, using religious dogma to subjugate, control, and repress women.

Joseph Smith, inventor of Mormonism and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, stated that on this day in 1823 an angel directed him to a box of golden plates in the woods near his home in upstate NY, where he translated them using a “seer stone.” He placed the stone at the bottom of a hat, covered his face, and read the stone. The result was the Book of Mormon, the religious text of the Mormon religion.

Summation of Spread

The Judgement card represents irreversible inner transformation.

Self-proclaimed prophets, with their flocks of followers, usually feel their call coming from above. This “call from above” is depicted in the Judgement card. The questions of this spread are inspired by symbols found within the Judgement card.

Cast Your Cards

Use this spread to answer any question. Format your question before casting the spread or simply let the cards answer the questions posed. Pull the Judgement card from your deck, place it in the center of the spread, and cast your cards around it as follows:

1. Trumpet: What is my wakeup call?

2. Angel Gabriel: Where is divine intervention?

3. Red Cross: Who is with me?

4. Flag: What am I expressing on the outside?

5. Coffins: What is stagnant?

6. Open Arms: What do

I embrace?

7. Dead Rising: What is my second chance?

8. Water: What changes?