Neapolitan Card Meanings & Reading Methods – Method 1
Updated: Jan 14
This post is Method 1 in a series that will explore different interpretive methods and different techniques with the Neapolitan cards.
I'd like to send out a big THANK YOU to Miriam Amicarelli for her help and input on the translation. Any mistakes are my own!
I have been looking for information about how to use Neapolitan cards for divination for quite some time. Though there are some useful sources out there on the web, the ones I have found have been in Italian. To make this study easier, I translated what I found into English. This information is not original to me, rather, it has been found in various places across the web:
It was important to share this information because I know there are people out there who are seeking it but who don't speak Italian.
The following card interpretations are used for reading cards individually.
Shuffle and cut the deck with your left hand.
Deal out three or five cards in a line.
The central card is the main topic/influence for the reading. Cards closer to the center are more immediate/have more influence.