The 'Enquirer' is any person who asks their question from the cards. The 'Enquirer' may read his or her own cards, or have their cards read by someone else.
- There are three spreads.
- It is not necessary that all three spreads be used in a reading. Any one, or all three of the spreads can be used.
- The cards are to be interpreted in the context of the Enquirer's question. The cards will depict events that are to occur in the Enquirer's immediate future.
- The GROUP interpretations, as printed on the card faces, will apply if there is more than one card of the same denomination, but of a different suit. e.g. If there are two sevens in the same spread, the GROUP interpretations for sevens, will apply.
- A card can have different meanings depending on the other cards that surround it and on where it is placed, in a spread. These meanings are are also given in the GROUP interpretations, on the card faces.
- Each pack of cards comes with a set of complete and simple instructions.
- THE FIRST SPREAD : This will answer a specific questions as asked by the 'Enquirer' and has seven steps.
The 'Enquirer' is to shuffle the Pack and think of his or her question.
The cards are to be cut into three parts, laid face down.
The top cards of each pile is to be opened and the meanings read. These three cards convey information relevant to your present circumstances or near future, to give you a sense of what may lie ahead in your reading.
Replace these three cards and put the three piles together again. The 'Enquirer's Card' is then to be selected from the pack, according to the characteristics of the person asking the questions.
The 'Enquirer's Card' is then to be placed face up, while you proceed to the next step.
The remaining 31 cards are spread out, face down and the 'Enquirer' is to then randomly choose 12 cards.
The Enquirer's Card is placed at the top of the spread, while these 12 chosen cards are placed in three rows of four cards, below.
Each card drawn is read in conjunction with the other cards in the spread, for detailed information.
Out of these twelve drawn cards, the 'Enquirer' is to choose five cards in the spread, on which they would like more information. The 'Enquirer' is to then draw out five more cards, one-by-one, from the remaining pile and place these, one-by-one on those five cards about which he/she desires further information.