List of Special Tarot Card Combinations

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Divinerism includes an extensive list of Tarot card combinations. I have a particular interest in the special meanings of card combinations. I like to teach these meanings to my students and, you, my readers.

Please note that not all Tarot cards have special meanings when combined with each other. You must take each card as its own entity otherwise Tarot would be impossible to learn. For example, The Moon combined with the Four of Wands does not have its own special interpretation.

However, certain cards in different proportions are special and those are the ones I have included here. Before you read this list, be sure to check out the How to Interpret Tarot Number Combinations post.

Tarot Card Combinations

Tarot Multiples

Here’s what it means when you receive multiples of the same card grade, such as four Aces in a Tarot reading:

Aces | Twos | Threes | Fours | Fives | Sixes | Sevens | Eights | Nines | Tens | Pages | Knights | Queens | Kings

Court Cards

Sometimes, the King and Queen Court Tarot card combinations can have their own special meanings:

King & Queen of Wands | King & Queen of Cups | King & Queen of Swords | King & Queen of Pentacles

Closing Thoughts on Special Tarot Card Combinations

Keep in mind that you do not have to memorize all of these card meanings. If you’re learning how to read Tarot, then learning the individual card meanings is enough. However, feel free to come back to this list and refer to it if you receive one of these special circumstances in your own readings.

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