Understanding the Tarot Court has become a classic for those seeking to learn these fascinating cards in more depth. It not only teaches a wide range of possible meanings for individual cards but also explores what it means when one or more of a certain rank shows up. Much like saying if multiple Aces are present, the situation holds great opportunity, or if multiple 2s are in a reading, then there is a choice that must be made, multiple court ranks also brings extra information to a reading. Consider these interpretations that Mary K. Greer suggests, listed below. In the book, she details out many more and breaks them down into if there is two of each, three of each, or also interesting, none of a certain rank. This is just a taste…you would need to read the book to get the full scope of her meanings. This is just to get you thinking about it.
Multiple Kings: public recognition, publicity, being honored, a business meeting, conflicting â€śshouldsâ€ť and â€śoughts.â€ť
Multiple Queens: gossip, coffee klatch, womenâ€™s group, envy, possessiveness.
Multiple Knights: lots of movement, high energy and dynamism, sport, military, training.
Multiple Pages: children, new ideas and plans, conflicting needs, play, learning.
Do you agree with any of these? Disagree? What ones do you use, or might suggest?