“When will I get married?” A Relationship Video Reading

Recently I divined for Katie; a young lady who desires to settle down. She had her share of flirts, relationships, and heart aches. Now she’s wondering whether she’ll ever get married. And if so, when?

Also, an old flame — now a father to a young child, and soon to be a divorcee — is back in her life. Katie wants to know if he is a candidate for a solid relationship.

In this video reading I am using playing cards, The Victorian Romantic Tarot, French Cartomancy Lenormand, and The Victorian Flower Oracle.

Lets take a look:

Here are the 2 links I mention in the Video:

Andy’s Journal of a Cartomante blog, and Evgenia’s YouTube Channel

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10 thoughts on ““When will I get married?” A Relationship Video Reading

  1. loishastings says:

    Hi Madame Nadia! This is another really informative demonstration, thank you. You mentioned posting a link to the Russian tarot reader on youtube, but I can’t find it anywhere on your blog. Could you possibly re-post it, please? It sounds interesting. Many thanks, and have a great weekend. x

    • Madame Nadia says:

      Hi Lois, thanks so much for taking the time to watch it! It means a lot to me. Actually the links to both Andy’s and the Russian reader are in the information box of the video, on YouTube. But I’ll add the links to the blog post in a second. Thanks for mentioning this.

      Here is the link to her channel: http://www.youtube.com/eugeniasea , although it’s in Russian 😉

  2. Seeing Through Dark says:

    Thank you Madame Nadia for a really nice demonstration of both spreads. The youtube channel you have shared is in Russian and I cannot speak/understand Russian. I was just wondering if you can little bit explain the 5 piles in terms of “when”. First pile is within 1-2 years, and what are rest of 4 piles?

    Thank you so much
    Alyna

    • Madame Nadia says:

      Hi Alyna!

      Here is the breakdown of the five piles:

      (1) Marriage within 1-2 years.
      (2) Marriage within 2-5 years. Possibly a long period of dating, and living together, without an official ceremony.
      (3) Marriage will take place, but only after 5+ years.
      (4) No marriage in first 5-6 years. A possibility of a broken engagement.
      (5) No marriage at all. (Look at the surrounding cards to see why it hasn’t happened).

      Also, it is recommended to interpret the cards surrounding the significator for more information.

      Hope this helps!

      • Seeing Through Dark says:

        Thank you so very much Madame Nadia. Can I ask just one more question about the first 20 cards. What do they signify? It looked like a yes/no spread. What if the significator had not appeared in first 20 cards?

        and also what about if there are many court cards in those 20 cards instead of only the two jacks you have there? Do they signify more options? Thank you

  3. Madame Nadia says:

    The first 20 cards are a Yes / No filter. My question was “will my client ever get married?”. When her significator appeared in these cards I knew I can continue to the second part of the spread. But if I didn’t “see” her there, I wouldn’t continue to the second part of the spread.

    About your second question: I usually consider Kings to represent potential husbands, since they are older than Jacks. I often see Jacks as children to the Kings and Queens. But first and foremost we must listen to our intuition, and mine said: “This is the future husband”. 😉

  4. Michelle says:

    Hello Nadia,
    LOVE this video!! Thanks for the very cool demonstration! Love your blog, BTW. The videos are great:):)
    Michelle

  5. Michelle says:

    Hi Nadia,
    I really like this spread and tried it recently. What does it mean if there are several male suitor cards in the first Yes/No 20-card filter, and the reader sees what she/he thinks is the suitor (Example: Queen of Spades and King of Spades ), but in the next phase of “When” she shows up in the 5-6 year pile without a male suitor, and all the other male cards are in other piles? Is this a broken engagement? The pile she is in is full of diamonds, and I know her finances and work are extremely important to her. it is possible she values this more than a relationship.
    Thanks,
    Michelle

  6. Madame Nadia says:

    Hi Michelle!
    Sorry it took me a while to reply to your question — life has been quite hectic in my neck of the woods.
    In any case, I agree with your line of thought regarding all these points. Several male significators show that your client is surrounded by a lot of male interest. Though some of these might be significant males to the client (colleagues, brothers, etc.), but with no romantic interest. Also, the fact that she is in the first 20 cards says that she will eventually get married, or be in a significant marriage-like relationship.
    The 5-6 year pile and a lot of diamond cards would suggest to me that your client is probably very career or money oriented, and her preferences will delay official marriage. It also might show that she will get involved in an intimate relationship of long dating vs. tying the knot. Indeed, there’s an option of broken engagement, or a sort-of drifting apart from each other.
    I hope this answers your questions, and again sorry for the delay.

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