Kipper card 1 is the one that stands for a male querent.
If our male querent is in a same gender relationship, his partner would be determined by card number 5 (Good lord).
If the case of a same gender affair, the legitimate partner would be determined by card number 5, while the lover would be number 13 (Good rich lord).
When our querent is a woman, this card represents her partner. Occasionally it stands for some other significant man in her life, particularly if there is a main male figure of importance in the matter.
Given the case that our female querent is having an affair, this card would stand for the paramour, while card number 5 would stand for the legitimate partner.
If there is no current partner, the card may be talking about a potential romantic interest to come.
Position traits: The card above will tell us about what the pictured person has in mind. The one below will show us their subconscious part. On the left, we can look for information about that person’s past or the influences that he is bringing into the situation, while the card on the right will tell us about the development of the situation or what we can expect from him.
The deck shown in the article is “Ciro Marchetti’s Fin de Siécle Kipper (Self-published edition)”
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