Question : Does anyone do any type of Tarot reading or numbers reading or anything similar via the internet?
Does anyone do any type of Tarot reading or numbers reading or anything similar via the internet?
Websites, or does anyone do it personally through personal e-mail or anything?
Answer by ☾.·¨¯`·☆ Åмằ§ Vεяïŧằ§ ☆΅
I use this site when I choose to do an online tarot reading as opposed to one at home with my own deck. You can choose the deck you’d like to use in addition to the spread.
I also use an online angel oracle card reading website which is also very good and almost always very accurate:
There used to be an option to use Doreen Virtues ‘Healing with the Angels’ deck but sadly it is no longer offer. I do notice they have a Sylvia Browne deck and she’s wonderful so I would imagine hers will be just as good.
Good luck 🙂
Light & love!
Answer by Aisha
I read tarot and give readings based on what part of a 10 year cycle you are in. I use live chat to read at http://psychic.bitwine.com/psychics/137941-friendly_tarot
and you can learn more about me (and tarot) at http://tarot-house.com
Question : Can somone help me with this tarot card?
I went to a tarot card reader who read the cards amazingly well some parts were off and some were scary accurate!
Anyway she said in one month i got the moon card which SHE said mean ill keep a secret but when i looked it up online it said something completley different it said believing illusions and chasing after fantasies which is almost perfect for me..Im confused which is the right interpretation?Maybe my tarot card reader didnt know that one 100% or maybe its her Interpretation?
Answer by Tea
The tarot reader you saw appears to be using the most commonly used meaning associated with The Moon card, but adding her own spin to it in reference to your particular reading.
The Moon card is all about mystery and things that are hidden. It usually means that there is something you’re trying to figure out, but the answer is eluding you. If it’s about another person, it means that you’re having a hard time figuring that person out. If it’s about yourself, then it may mean that there is something going on with you that you haven’t figured out.
“Believing illusions and chasing after fantasies” is a meaning that is usually associated with the 7 of Cups, not with The Moon card.
Answer by charisma
the thing about tarot is that the reader may not even have an interpretation NEAR the one in the book. The reader is supposed to see whatever it is that she/he sees in the card regardless of “staple meaning”. So never second guess the reader… the guides showed HER the meaning as the reader. 🙂 Good luck
Answer by Ding-Ding
It depends on the deck your card reader used. Different decks can hold different meanings. Another reason there could be differences is that the cards can “interact” with each other. A “Good” card can blunt or lessen the impact of a “Bad” card and vice versa. The Moon card can indicate there is something hidden, ergo, a secret. If it was preceded or followed by a female court card it could mean that person (or you) had a secret. It all depends on what cards and what sequence and what questions you asked. When a reader has read the card for many years they can see connections between pairings of the cards. It is similar to what psychological profilers do.
Did you accidentally look up the wrong card? The Seven of Cups is the card of illusion and fantasies.
Question : What are some good books to teach about tarot and astrology?
I want to learn how to read, interpret and use tarot cards, plus the history behind it as well as learning everything about astrology. What are some good books to read that will educate me on the subject?
Answer by Miss 6
If you already don’t have a tarot deck, I suggest going to the store and looking over tarot decks if you find one that really calls out to you than get it. You can also try this on line like on Amazon picking which deck you want. Usually the deck comes with a little book which is helpful for the particular deck. But as far as the bigger picture believe it or not Idiot’s Guide for Tarot has some really good exercises in it as well as solid definitions. Any book by Mary Greer will be very helpful to you.
Astrology books Astrology for the Millions by Grant Lewi
Answer by CassysTarot
There are so many tarot books out there. Heck, I’ve even written one. It’s called Tarot Cassy’s Way. It is a nice guide of meanings, but also has numerological aspects, explains the use of colors, etc. But you can also go on YouTube and find some tarot meanings for free. Some good videos are put out by Krystel High Corell. Not sure I spelled that correctly. Look for MagickTV. These guys are really good at teaching stuff. Amanda Goldston also has free tarot meanings on You Tube. Her handle is amandagoldston. She and I are both also at http://www.thezenfrog.com I try to help people when I can, but I’m writing several books, so my time is sporadic. Still, it’s really not enough to grab a book and a deck. You have to handle the cards, and handle them, and handle them. I have some good advice on how to begin in my book. http://search.barnesandnoble.com/Tarot-Cassys-Way/Cassy-LeBedz/e/9781931062343/?itm=1
It really is a must that you learn to read the cards with your own eyes, so to speak, before you delve into rote memory reading. The meanings are a guide, the tarot is a tool to open your psychic eye. Good luck. Enjoy the path.
Answer by KdS
For tarot, you could try The Cartomancer’s Key by Talia Felix. It’s got history, easy to use charts, and isn’t as “woo-woo” as a lot of the stuff on the market.
For astrology, actually the best book I’ve seen for it was a specifically love-oriented book called Sextrology by Stella Starsky and Quinn Cox. But if you just want to learn about it in general, Joanna Martine Woolfolk’s Only Astrology Book You’ll Ever Need has good reviews.
Answer by in case of emergency mike angel.
try uing the free ones online first,
Completion): Romance. Society. Harmony. Newly acquired prosperity. Peace. Tranquility. The fruits of labor. Rest after strife.
The card at the bottom of the circle represents something you did to bring the situation about. Three of Swords (Sorrow): Absence. Disappointment. Strife. Removal. Dispersion. Diversion. Opposition. Separation. Delay.
The card at the bottom left of the circle represents your beliefs, impressions, or expectations. Queen of Swords: Sharp, quick-witted, keen person. Intense perceptions. A subtle person. May signify a widow or woman of sadness. Mourning. Privation. Absence. Loneliness. Separation. One who has savored great happiness but who presently knows the anxiety of misfortune and reversal.
The card at the bottom right of the circle represents the most likely outcome of the situation given present circumstances. Rejuvenation: Atonement. Judgment. The need to repent and forgive. The moment to account for the manner in which we have used our opportunities. Rejuvenation. Rebirth. Improvement. Development. Promotion. Effort that ends in just reward. The desire for immortality. Legal judgment. One should carefully consider the effects of present actions on other persons.
The card at the upper left of the circle represents the spiritual history of the situation the things you’ve learned. Ace of Cups: Great abundance. Fulfillment. Perfection. Joy. Fertility. Opulence. Fullness. Happiness. Productiveness. Beauty and pleasure. Goodness overflowing. Favorable outlook.
The card at the top of the circle represents the spiritual tasks and challenges of the present situation. Three of Cups (Abundance): Resolution of a problem. Conclusion. Solace. Healing. Satisfactory result. Partial fulfillment. Compromise.
The card at the upper right of the circle represents the metamorphosis of the spiritual situation, and how your knowledge will evolve. The Moon: Deception. Twilight. Obscurity. Trickery. Disillusionment. Danger. Error. caution. Warning. Ulterior motives. Insincerity. False friends. Selfishness. Double dealing. Craftiness. False pretenses. Disgrace. Slander. Liability. Superficiality. Unknown enemies. The meaning of many divergent influences. Falling into a trap. Being misled.
The card at the left of the lower line represents the person or qualities that will sustain your spiritual journey. Five of Wands (Strife): Unsatisfied desires. Struggle. Labor. Endeavors. Violent strife. Conflict. Obstacles.
The card in the middle of the lower line represents the qualities that you express in this circumstance. Three of Pentacles (Works): Great skill in trade or work. Mastery. Perfection. Artistic ability. Dignity. Renown. Rank. Power.
The card at the right of the lower line represents the person or qualities that will reveal spiritual knowledge. Four of Cups (Luxury): Wariness. Aversion. Disgust. Disappointment. Unhappiness. Bitter experience. Stationary period in one’s life.
Answer by Thomas
Here’s one. neither of them work. Especially not astrology. it’s a bunch of crap.
Answer by gnarly guy
There’s some helpful and interesting stuff in Sagan’s book,
The Demon Haunted World…