3 Card Spreads
The layout of the cards is called a spread. Spreads can be used for cards, runes, dice, crystals, or any other divinatory device where multiple random selections occur. A 3 card spread can yield a lot of information, and can be formulated to suit your needs. Some examples of 3 card spreads include:






































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