Devi with sword and severed head signifying the end of one cosmic cycle, and waters flowing from the hair of Shiva representing the start of the new.
c. 18th Century
I was looking through Simple Fortunetelling with Tarot Cards by Corrine Kenner, and of course I had to look at the spreads. Of course.
This one seemed interesting, so I thought I’d share it!
The Three Mysteries
The Three Mysteries spread is a three-card layout designed to address the great mysteries of life — particularly matters of love, loss, and transformation. You can try the spread with the major arcana cards alone or a full seventy-eight card deck.
Card 1 is the mystery you understand. This is a major issue that you know well, and you have come to terms with it.
Card 2 is the mystery that eludes you. This is a life lesson that you haven’t experienced and may never fully understand.
Card 3 is the mystery you will come to comprehend. This is a revelation that will soon unfold for you.