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Originally Posted by zhadee
Ahoy Alnablus, thank you for listing the meanings in the other thread. I like the simplicity.
Are there fixed combinations?

Yes, there are several fixed combinations but, I don't rely on them so I haven't really spent much time on them. Memorizing all the combinations readers are using would take years.
If the same two or threecards combination would came up in several readings for a couple of years, always pointing out to the same outcome, then I would start using it. In fact there are a few combinations I use, but those are flexible in the sense that they point to general dynamics and processes one needs to read in context.
If you want to use combinations, the cards need not necessarily be next to each other. It is sufficient that they appear in the same spread.