This card stands for every kind of transportation: from a car to a wheelchair. It stands for movement. Its appeareance is a sign that standstills are to be overcome, issues start moving, projects develop, etc. It's a symbol of a journey often physical but not necessarily. Tell them this card indicates a farewell but also… Continue reading Kipper card 10 – Journey.
As its name pictures, this card is about change. It stands for deep, big, meaningful change in a situation, person our in our inner self. Kipper 9 describes a change in the matter depicted by the card on its left, the cards on the right will indicate the development of the situation. This card is… Continue reading Kipper card 9 – Change.
This is first and foremost a warning card. Its main purpose is letting us know that something is not as it seems to be, or that we are making false assumptions about a person or situation. Though in most decks a woman is the protagonist of this card, when it refers to a person it… Continue reading Kipper card 8 – False person.
Kipper card 5 stands mainly for a mature man of great influence in the querent's life. It can be a father, in-law, grandfather, uncle, stepfather, an older brother with whom there is a huge age difference or even a husband with whom there is no intimacy. As mentioned in Kipper 1, the Good Lord is… Continue reading Kipper card 5 – Good Lord.
Kipper card 4 is often a card about groups. It stands for social events, gatherings and all kind of reunions. When it shows up, social life is to come. It can also be telling about visits, appointments, negociations or even a romantic date. Beware, when this card appears in the context of romance, it depicts… Continue reading Kipper card 4 – Get Together (Courtship).
Kipper card 3 mainly stands for marriage or anything considered as a solid bond. This card is basically about ties, bonds that are tightening or forthcoming commitments. It is not only about personal relationships but also business or contracts. When the card is not talking about a consolidated relationship, we need to consider if it… Continue reading Kipper card 3 – Marriage.
Kipper card 2 stands for a female querent. If our female querent is in a same gender relationship, her partner would be card number 6 (Good lady). If the case of a same gender affair, card number 6 would be for the legitimate partner, while the lover would be number 12 (Rich lady). When our querent is a… Continue reading Kipper card 2 – Main person (Female).