Speak to the Dead Spread
On This Day
Mexican families clean the graves of their ancestors and decorate them with food, candles, and flowers. Staying up all night, they talk about the deceased; some even hire musicians to stroll through the boneyard playing their ancestors’ favorite music.
On this day in Mexico and in other Latin cultures the Day of the Dead is celebrated, often by building an altar to the deceased inside one’s home and inviting guests. The day’s rituals were born over 3,000 years ago by Aztecs and Mesoamerican civilizations. Catholic culture named today All Saints Day.
Summation of Spread
The Judgement card depicts the dead rising from their graves. It is a reference to rebirth on both the highest and deepest imaginable levels. Change is sure to follow.
Have you ever spoken with the dead? Use tarot as a communication tool with the other side on this auspicious day. Choose to speak to a random spirit or meditate specifically on a soul you would like to speak to.
Cast Your Cards
Feel free to improvise your own questions as you see fit. Cast your cards in a spirit circle:
1. Who is here with me?
2. How did you die?
3. Why are you here?
4. What is it like to be dead?
5. What message do you want to convey?
6. What do I need to know?