The deck of Spanish cards known as the Baraja Espanola consists of 48 cards that are divided into 4 suits (Palos).
The suits are Cups/Hearts (Copas), Coins/Diamonds (Oros), Clubs (Bastos), and Swords/Spades (Espadas) and are mostly used for games and fortune telling purposes.
Numbered from As (Ace) to 7, then 10 to 12, Card 10 is known as Sota (Jack), Card 11 as Caballo (Knight), and Card 12 as the Rey (King).
If you require a quick answer to your question, draw one card, and it will give you an overall impression of your problem.
The method for drawing the Spanish Tarot Cards is suitable for finding how your day is going to go.
Drawing a heart means that you have issues with the emotions, drawing a diamond means that you have issues with the affairs and hard work outside the home.
Drawing a club means that you have issues with your business, and a spades cards indicate that difficulties will be more important.
Out of the entire deck, the Spreads include more cards and give you a far more detailed reading.
Three Card Spread: This spread will give you an overview of a single issue. Lay out the three cards from 1 to 3. one represents past, 2 represents present, and 3 represents future.
The Horseshoe Spread: This spread will give you a more general overview of your life by using 21 cards.
Lay down the seven groups of three cards in the shape of a horseshoe and each group will cover a category.
The Gypsy Spread: For the gypsy spread, lay three rows of seven cards.
The top row represents past, the middle row represents presents, and the bottom row represents future.
This spread demands experience and should not be drawn until you are very confident.