Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : do u believe in the tarot card readers?

Answer by Quiddity
Yes I do, they exist. I do not believe their readings however.

Answer by ServantofGod
NO

Answer by Grains_of_Wrath
I believe that they make a lot of money from something they know is BS.

Answer by Job
Yes… I believe “some” of that stuff is Very Real…

and…. very evil….

Answer by green93lx
I believe that they are an abomination to YHWH, the God of the bible….and are doomed.

Answer by Love Is The Answer
No!!

Why do you need a deck of cards to tell someone their future??

It makes no sense to me…

Answer by Shawn F
it’s something fun that I can do to pass time.

Answer by Teawitch
I believe that those who are real will use the tarot cards as guides and suggestions, not absolutes.

Answer by mrcsrcvr
Best answers HAS to go to Quiddity lol. Still, that’s dumb, God only knows what’s coming based on the decisions we make.

Answer by Michala
To try to discover the future through tarot cards, palm reading, ouija board or some other form of fortunetelling, or to try to control the future through black magic, witchcraft or sorcery violates the first commandment. Keep in mind that fortunetelling is inherently linked with the practices of the occult. Sacred Scriptue has many condemnations of these activities.

The Catechism of the Catholic Church in discussing the first commandment repeats the condemnation of divination: “All forms of divination are to be rejected: recourse to Satan or demons, conjuring up the dead, or other practices falsely supposed to ‘unveil’ the future. Consulting horoscopes, astrology, palm reading, interpretation of omens and lots, the phenomena of clairvoyance, and recourse to mediums all conceal a desire for power over time, history, and, in the last analysis, other human beings, as well as a wish to conciliate hidden powers. They contradict the honor, respect, and loving fear that we owe to God alone” (No. 2116). Any practice which utilizes occult powers is condemned as contrary to true religion and is generally considered a mortal sin. Any specific invocation of the devil would clearly be a mortal sin. (Please note that just readig a horoscope in the newspaper or the message inside the fortune cookie, and having a laugh is not a mortal sin; however, taking such a horoscope seriously or paying for some astrologer’s advice is.)

Answer by Nightwind
I do readings myself, so I would say I believe in the potential of readings. However, many of those who do it commercially are motivated by greed and I recognise that it’s in their best interest to tell me what they think I want to hear rather than what they are actually reading. Some probably have little to no talent with cards at all.

Answer by Sadhara Satguru
Hello asif

Yes – I am one 🙂

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Answer by Lillith
I am a tarot reader. So I believe. As a reader I often exchange readings with other readers. Some have more experience than others, but all have given me something from the reading that is good food for thought.
It is a shame that many people have no real clue about tarot and so they put it down, call it evil and what not.
Tarot are cards with pictures- nothing more, nothing less.
If there is evil associated with tarot, then it is within the intentions of the person using them.
People are also so narrow minded that they think that tarot ONLY tells a future. That may have been the case in the 15th century, but in these modern times, tarot is more about bringing the thoughts and ideas that are already within up to the surface so that it can be ‘seen’.
Many times I get people that say, “Oh- right! I had not thought of that!”
Tarot is a tool that brings light and clarity to a situation.
It is not just a fortune telling toy.
I also do not scam anyone out of their money. If a person is not happy with the reading I have given them- I refuse payment. It’s that simple.

Answer by David R
First of all Christianity isn’t the only religion in the world and not all schools of Christianity are against the tarot and certainly not all Christians.

Anyone has the potential to be a rip off artist, including used car salesman, auto mechanics, and building contractors, so I’m not sure why tarot readers are getting exemplified as sleazy, except for a illogical bigotry and prejudice against the tarot process.

Rationalist thinking is not the savior of the world it was supposed to be. It’s just another system with good and bad in it. The world goes on being messed up and beautiful as it always has been.

Myself, I love the tarot cards, and believe in them, and am not out to rip off anyone.

And I’m certainly not evil!

Answer by cashelmara
NO !

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : This one is for all of the tarot card readers?

Ok here’s the deal. I know a girl that wanted me to do a reading to help her figure out what she should do about her boyfriend. She doesn’t want to leave him but isn’t sure if she should stay. I told her I’d do the reading even though I thought she should try to figure it out on her own… any way I’m still new at this and I’m not 100% sure that I got my info right. I don’t want to tell her something that is wrong so if someone could help me out on the meaning of the reading I did it would really help.

These are the cards I drew (The staffs are wands… if that matters):

1. 7 of Pentacles (reversed)
2. Knight of Swords (reversed)
3. Death
4. The Moon
5. Queen of Cups
6. Three of Staffs
7. Knight of Cups
8. 9 of Staffs
9. 10 of Cups
10. Justice

I did the 10 card-spread … I’m pretty sure its called the Celtic Cross.

Answer by DcubeD
Don’t you need to know the aspect of Mars and the wind speed of an unladen European swallow or something before you can figure this exam question out?

Answer by Ian F
all right i’ma do this one on the fly because when ever i read i generally find it best to go by instinct, taking the basic meaning of the card and applying it to the situation by your personal feelings.
what do i think?

here’s what i see (i’ll ignore a few because i’m not as familiar but can get a decent idea from the other ones… hope it helps out at least a little)

a reversed knight of swords may represent someone that appeared chivalrous and just and kind but now seems less than they were. as if the light in which she saw her boyfriend changed and the view is now far less optimistic.

the death card generally signals change and an ending. not necessarily a death though.

the moon generally signifies psychic energy and the feminine energies. here i think it may mean something of solitude, because the night tends to be areflective time for many people, it may be saying that she needs time to herself, peace and tranquility

three of staves?generally means ana gain in what ever you are undertaking (not sure how it applies here)

knight of cups seems to symbolize another chivalrous youth. younger than the knight of swords but that appears more romantic.

10 of cups generally means happiness , a good outcome and justice? balance. it means you must balance the good with the bad and reach a fair conclusion

(no i didn’t follow the spread for this one.. i usually don’t , reigns me in too much i prefer free spirited stuff.)

over all what i think it’s meaning?

she once saw her boyfriend as a nice guy, sweet caring and fair but now for somereason she’s jaded or bored with him and looking for someone new (knight of cups). she may be seeking change because things are stagnant and the more she thinks to herself the more she convinces herself that there’s something better.

what should she do? best course of action per your spread is the 10 of cups. meaning she should do what ever she thinks will make her happiest. personaly coming out of a breakup myself recently i’d suggest staying with her boyfriend because he’s likely made her happy in the past and any breakup won’t make her feel any better at the moment.

just my 2 cents. i hope it helps

i’m glad you told her to figure it out on her own, that’s all anyone can really do but i *believe* the cards are saying it would be wiser for her to remain with her boyfriend because it’s more likely to make her happy in hte short term andl ikely the long term.

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