meaning of tarot cards

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : How do “the clow” tarot cards work?

I got a set of “the clow” tarot cards and I want to know the meanings of the cards and how I use them. Any help???

Answer by Dave P
You can Google it if you want an official answer but that will not be any more valid than if you decided on your own what the cards “mean”. Tarot is just a way of tapping into your own subconscious, nothing more.

Answer by Rev. Lynn D.
There are many books on meanings of cards. When I was learning, I used several different books and found that I got different insights from each one.

There are also books that you teach you how to do Tarot readings. Personally I suggest taking a class. Most New Age bookstores have them or know where to find one. They give you hands on experience and you can practice with other students.

Answer by Maralee Fox-Heins
I do not have this deck nor have I used it so try these sites:

Joy to you,
Maralee Fox-Heins

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : What does “cut” mean when dealing with Tarot Cards?

My friend started reading Tarot Cards, and she doesn’t know either, and I won’t be able to ask anyone else until December. If anyone knows it would be a greatly appreciated, and clear up a lot of confusion. Thank you for taking the time to read (and hopefully answer) this question.


Answer by Aingeal
Same as cutting a deck of playing cards, divide them. Usually in half or thirds, etc.

Answer by Slightly Amused 4th Account
Splitting the deck into halves or thirds.

Answer by Lady H
When you “cut” the deck, what you are doing is taking the deck you have been shuffling and laying it out for you or the querent to remove into piles (usually 3 in Tarot) and then reassemble.

This is done in non-tarot card games as well. Stage magicians will ask people they are doing card tricks for if they want to cut the deck, thereby rearranging it and seemingly proving there is “nothing up their sleeve”.

I do this when I read Tarot, even though I shuffle, I let the Querent cut the deck.

Answer by vid
When you cut the deck, you are splitting it into parts. For instance, many people “cut the deck” with playing cards. They take half of it and put the bottom half that dropped to the top half. Many readers believe you are to cut the deck three times–into thirds–using your left hand, and then the last part–the third cut–goes on the top, the middle, and the first part that dropped is at the bottom.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : What does the Hierophant or Pope card represent in reference to love?

Every time I ask a question using my tarot cards about a certain guy I am somewhat involved with, I pull the hierophant card. Now I’ve started having dreams including the guy and the hierophant is there or brought up. What do you think this would represent?

Answer by anatketani
I believe it signifies that the harder you hold on to something, the more it slips away. There’s a desperation there that will do the opposite of what you want it to – the more you struggle the further away it gets. take a deep breath, let go, and allow them to be who they are and allow them their freedom. The Hierophant can also mean seeking the advice of someone older who has been there and is wise about these things. Ask your Father or Grandfather his advice on love. Sometimes they can have very insightful things to say. 🙂

Answer by vid
The Hierophant card could be the type of person he is. However, I will tell you the definitions that work most for me with regards to love–and not the type of person this card represents.

A relationship that is full of conventional ideas. Romance generally goes well, but in a traditional way. To be unconventional in this relationship would most likely cause it to backfire.

Also, this card can mean that romance will come, but it might not be the “ideal” romance that one or both of you have in mind. This relationship could be somewhat dissatisfying to either one or both of you.

Generally, this is not a bad card to get with regards to romance. Sometimes it can mean a traditional style wedding in the traditional sense–not a quick wedding.

Hope that helps a bit…

Source : YoutubeWatch this video on meaning of tarot cards

How to Read Tarot Cards : The Meaning of the Hierophant Tarot Card

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