Question : how do you preform tarrot cards and how much are they?
How do you preform them
Answer by e_spehr_99
for free readings go to www.facade.com – you can order them there 2.
Answer by questingjester17
there are forms that give you the order to lay the cards out in and the meaning of each position. The meaning of the cards themselves are in a little booklet that comes with the deck
Answer by cisco_cantu
If you wanna purchase a set go to www.amazon.com
they sell a basic set there, price can range from 19.99 to 100.00+
When you do buy them and get them in your hands though, get a velvet sac or something to place the cards in. Also Shffle them a lot before you do any readings with them, you need to put some of your spiritual energy on thembefore you can cast anyones cards.
Also look in to getting a small book on the meanings of the cards to help you the first few times you cast. After much practice you won’t need the book anymore.
Answer by Fortunato
There are MANY different ways to lay out the cards (simple to complex), as well as different prices depending on how fancy and/or artistic you want your cards to be. Google this for some examples:
Personally, I’ve found the readings vague and irrelevant — pretty much on the same level as horoscopes, which are so generalized that they can be applied to any aspect of anyone’s life.
Answer by conradmex
Hector’s nightmare, that is what you are asking for.
Answer by Licinius
The average Tarot deck costs around $ 20.00 give or take, but the average tarot card reading can cost you between $ 5.00 and some unbelievable amount of money (if you do it on a pay-per-minute phone service).
As for the reading of Tarot, there are dozens upon dozens of ways to read. Different tarot decks have different patterns that they recommend, and so it really depends. Typical readings range between 1, 3, 5 and 10 cards per reading, with variations thrown in as the reader sees fit. Usually a 1 card pull is a general overview thing, basically where you’re at. 3 card readings tend to be Past-Present-Future trend. The 10 card reading is most often the Celtic Cross with has a different meaning for each of the 10 positions.
The most common tarot deck is the Rider-Waite deck, second most common is probably the Crowley Thoth deck. Every deck has a different kind of feel to it both artistically and interpretively. You’ll want to spend some time looking at different decks before you buy something. Usually at a bookstore they’ll have a display that shows you what some of the cards look like in each of the decks. You can also find the biggest selection of Tarot cards ever at Aeclectic Tarot. That’ll be a great place to start.
Question : do tarrot cards really work?
I’ve tried them and they do seem to predict some things sometimes.
Answer by J0K3R Turkish Handsome
Answer by videodronesmp
If you ask me then I would say no. Shuffling cards can’t tell your outcome.
If you ask my soon to be exwife then yes they work.
Kind of a mixed answer, but I would say no.
Answer by solange
yeh, but not as good as star charts
Answer by andyingreece
No they don’t. People believe the parts that they want to hear.
Answer by mana
Ya I hav also tried them online only and found them guiding.
Answer by Sinthyia
They are Tarot cards and whether they work or not depends on the person using them. I do pretty good with them myself but for some it is no different than a read deck of cards.
Answer by Trillian
They do work but you have to be a gifted psychic in order to divine anything worth a dime from them. It is a divination tool… only a tool. So even if you purchase a deck yourself but have not tapped into your psychic abilities, it won’t be of much use to you.
Answer by g3010
Only in your mind
Answer by Little Mermaid
Tarot Cards tell you about your present situation and what you can do to improve it. So, when you read the cards, they indeed dipict your present and past, but presents remedies to avoid problems that are forseen.
Answer by Ishamael
They work in the hands of a few gifted. Most people aren’t. They would try to study from some Idiot’s Guide to Tarot and expect succes. It doesn’t happen liike that. I had a good reading from Lon Milo Duquette, and recommend him to any doubter. Tarot has to do with temporal succession, and those readers who misinterpret the timing, would of course be wrong. It is an art, which works in the right hands, and does nothing in the wrong ones, pretty much like any other art.
Answer by nicefriend
Of Course yes! The cards correctly indicate what’s going in your mind, what you have been suffering from (for example mental trauma or disease etc.). They also indicate the course of events in the near future. But the card reader should be in a position to interpret properly. I have several times shuffled the cards for different purposes. The Cards do indicate correctly. It’s devine! No explanation for that – but correct interpretation needs practice and the reader should also be Pius.
Answer by osmun79
No, they’re just like an Ouija board, a game that people get themselves psyched up about when trying to ask the “spirits” for help. It’s all a bunch of spiritualistic new-age junk and is best left alone.
The predictions are really just coincidental. Be aware that trying to conjure spirits or spiritual energy is asking for trouble, as you never know whether what you are dealing with is from God or is Evil.
Answer by auntb93
It’s spelled “Tarot,” and yes, they certainly do work. Some people use them primarily for divination, but I mostly use them for character readings. It takes years to learn to read well, and if you lived near Boulder Creek, California, I would be happy to teach you.
There are some web sites about Tarot (always capitalized), but I won’t make any recommendations, because I do not believe it is the sort of thing you can learn well over the Internet. At one time I thought I’d start a web Tarot teaching site, but having checked out the ones that already exist, I’m now skeptical of this remote method. There are too many things to say about the symbolism and the details of their use which cannot be imparted to the entire world.
My best advice is to buy a copy of the Rider-Waite deck, the book which is most user-friendly when you examine a group of them in the bookstore, and read the cards yourself.
Try not to be frightened by what you get! For example, the first time I had the same card come up in the same position in three readings in a row, I got considerably spooked. Now I just say, “Well, I must have missed something about this in the first two readings, because the cards are being insistent.” I try not to let it bother me, but merely ponder what I may have missed.
Answer by peaceisfromgod
I have never tried but I know the principle by which they work. A mere card cannot communicate anything comprehensible unless there is some person behind it and in the case of tarrot it is the evil spirits depicted some time in the cards or the ones invoked to moving the cards.
Answer by trampus
Sinthyia & Trillian have it about right. Tarot cards are merely a tool. They do not do anything of themselves, so strictly speaking do not ‘work’. They are an aid to visualisation.
As with any tool, in the hands of a skilled craftsperson the results can be amazing.
Answer by nudist7171
A deck of Tarot cards is only a tool. They work only as well as they are wielded. If you put them in the hands of a craftsman you will get very accurate results. In the hand of a beginner, beginners luck plays a big part. You have to keep studying and your skills may improve.
Answer by J thinker
Dude does it work… In some ways.. But it is witch craft….Brother… its bad stuff..
Question : tarrots cards what’s this?
what’s the deal with tarrots cards? I’ve noticed my daughter has been carring them in her purse, and I’m affraid that this has something to do with some kind of devil worshiping. I might be wrong but who ever knows about this please give some advise
Answer by ♫♥Kallan♥♫
Tarot cards have nothing at all to do with “devil worship”.
It’s simply a form of divination and tapping into one’s own intuition.. it’s a tool, nothing more- nothing less.
Answer by Luv
The Bible strongly condemns the practice of spiritism, mediums, occult, psychics, etc. (Leviticus 20:27; Deuteronomy 18:10-13). Horoscopes, tarot cards, astrology, fortune tellers, palm readings, séances, etc., fall into this category as well. These practices are based on the concept that there are gods, spirits, or deceased loved ones that can give you advise and guidance. These “gods” or “spirits” are demons (2 Corinthians 11:14-15). The Bible gives us no reason to believe that deceased loved ones can, or would even want to contact us. If they were believers, they are in heaven, enjoying the most wonderful place imaginable – in fellowship with a loving God. If they were not believers, they are in hell, suffering the un-ending torment for rejecting God’s love and rebelling against Him.
So, if our loved ones cannot contact us, how do mediums, spiritists, psychics, etc. get such accurate information? There have been many “exposes” on psychics. It has been exposed how a psychic can gain immense amounts of information on a person through ordinary means. Sometimes by just using a telephone number through caller ID and then an internet search, a psychic can get names, addresses, dates of birth, dates of marriage, family members, etc. However, it is undeniable that psychics sometimes know things that should be impossible for them to know. Where do they get this information? The answer is – Satan and his demons. 2 Corinthians 11:14-15 tells us, “And no wonder, for Satan himself masquerades as an angel of light. It is not surprising, then, if his servants masquerade as servants of righteousness. Their end will be what their actions deserve.” Acts 16:16-18 describes a fortune teller who was able to predict the future until the Apostle Paul rebuked a demon out of her.
Satan pretends to be kind and helpful. He tries to appear as something good. Satan and his demons will give a psychic information about a person, in order to get that person hooked into spiritism – something that God forbids. It appears innocent at first, but soon a person finds himself addicted to psychics – allowing Satan to control and destroy their life. 1 Peter 5:8 proclaims, “Be self-controlled and alert. Your enemy the devil prowls around like a roaring lion looking for someone to devour.” In most cases, the psychics themselves are likely deceived, not knowing the true source of the information they receive. Whatever the case, and wherever the source of the information – nothing connected to spiritism, witchcraft, astrology, etc. is God’s intention for us as a means to discover information. How does God want us to discern His will for our life? Simple: (1) Study the Bible (2 Timothy 3:16-17), (2) Pray for wisdom (James 1:5).
Answer by Witchy_Woman_07
Nooo, no, no, don’t worry. NOTHING to do with Devil Worshiping.
They are actually not always used for Divination but as meditation devices and symbols of a spiritual Path. There is a card that has the Devil on it, but it symbolizes temptation and overpowering the desire to give in and be selfish. It’s supposed to be that you WIN that battle.
Don’t worry. Here’s a link.
Answer by Jewel
Tarot cards are a form of entertainment for some, and of divination for others.
Try asking her why she’s carrying them around. Whatever her reasons may be–to get attention, because she’s been studying how to read them, because she’s been learning to play blackjack–I can promise you, it isn’t evil. Misguided, perhaps, but not evil.
Answer by Lynci
The cards are Tarot (one r), pronounced Tahro, the t is silent, and the word is French. There are hundreds of different interpretations of the deck, the most common being the Rider-Waite. Do not think that simply because you have no knowledge of the cards that they must then necessarily be connected with the devil or evil! They are a deck of cards of ancient origin and can be used for “fortune telling”, although that is not their foremost purpose. They have been employed as playing cards in Europe in a game called Tarocchi. They are also an instrument for meditation, particularly the Major Arcana which are twenty-two picture cards portraying one’s journey through life. They are not dangerous however employed!