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i just have the hanson-robert. for me "to all believer" card has a meaning. something i dont know what it is. i guess it is hoped that we have to release all of our our thought and trust the card to lead us -well it's just my thought
Some people say we can use it in reading and it's really useful and does has some exact meanings. But till now I don't know how to use this card in reading. Sometimes I get this card in spreading and don't know how to interpret. Any idea?
Since there is no "book meaning" for this card, if you decide to use it in a spread I think the best way to interpret it is to first decide what it means to you. What does the card say to you personally? Then use that in the same context in connections to the other cards in the spread. It would be like any of the other cards. They have their own individual meanings, but in a reading you connect them to the other cards and in context of the quesiton asked.
I've decided to use mine as a flag to pay very close attention to the next card. When it shows up, I draw another card -- the next card -- for the same position in the spread. For instance, if "To All Believers" shows up in the Hopes & Fears position in a Celtic Cross spread, I lay the next card on top of it and give it special consideration or more weight in the reading. So far, this is working quite well for me.
I like that idea. I too keep it in the deck for readings; the first time it was an accident, but then I realized it really did belong there. So far, when it has come up I've read it however it made sense in its position and in conjunction with the rest of the reading. But using it as a flag for more information makes a lot of sense.