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Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Need help finding a specific tarot card deck..?

My step-mother bought me a deck of tarot card that I wanted. This was 7 years age and i can’t find them. I tried to look everywhere but all i get are pictures without a shred of hints as to who published them. I do longer live with her and it kinda had sentimental value, but buying a new deck would be better than nothing… Please help if you can. And also, no Religious biblical talk please. here’s a link to the picture of what it looks like. My step mom looks kinda like the world card, as far as the hair and face goes. http://www.google.com/images?q=the+world+tarot&um=1&hl=en&rlz=1R2ADSA_enUS406&tbs=isch:1,simg:CAESEgnsFsR8hs65nyFsagxioZuuVw&iact=hc&vpx=338&vpy=78&dur=1547&hovh=275&hovw=183&tx=42&ty=367&ei=WrxxTfPkHY_0tgPp6dXHCw&oei=WrxxTfPkHY_0tgPp6dXHCw&page=1&tbnh=118&tbnw=65&ved=1t:722,r:3,s:0&biw=1003&bih=559
I’m sorry. Um… the deck that first appears is the actual deck. there are no links that lead to the deck. I tried to find a specific link to find it. I really wish i could be more descriptive or something but that’s the best i can do. I guess i was hoping someone had that type of deck too and would be able to tell me the publisher or author.. Wishful thinking huh? lol Thank you for trying though.

Answer by man in a mouse suit
the link you gave gives a goole image page of tons of different tarot decks. give me a link to one specific deck.

Answer by Brigid
I can’t say I’m familiar with that deck, but I will do what I can to find it.

Here is an amazing site that I love for looking at different decks. They have pictures and reviews of what I believe to be every tarot deck ever made including some that were never finished or published. If you ever decide you would like to buy a new deck (even if you find this one, a lot of people like having multiple decks) I would strongly recommend checking it out here first. This is something I say to everyone. They have great way of organizing them – theme, style, etc. as well as a general browse and search.

Generally, most modern decks (the common ones, at least) are published by Llewellyn. I do not believe this is one of their decks, but I will have a look at their site as well. For every deck they offer, their website has pictures and details about it. The same goes for tarot.com.

I do sincerely hope you find this deck, especially if it is an older one that is now out of print. The hassle I went through trying to get another Moon Oracle deck has made me understand how important it is to hang onto these things. 🙂

EDIT: This deck seems quite similar to the one shown. http://www.aeclectic.net/tarot/cards/cachet/

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Tarot Cards Users?

Ummm….. I wanna know if the people who use tarot cards have their own beliefs. Like if they believe in God. Because I wanted to start useing them but I don’t wanna use them if the people who use them don’t believe in God. Any answer helps. Thanks.

Answer by Hayley
I use them and I’m pagan, but I do know a lot of people who use them believe in God and so it doesn’t matter what religion you are there’s nothing stopping you using them if you want to 🙂

And for those of you who are going to say they’re the devil cards etc people in the bible foretold the future – what’s wrong with it now?!

Answer by Darth Garcia
Tarot Card users must worship Satan and have sex with every deformed person they come across even if they are the same sex. It says so in the little instruction book that comes with the cards.

Answer by IndustrialGirl86
My mom does. She accredits the information that she gets from the cards as being from God.

Answer by Josie
tarot cards are used by a variety of people — some who belive in one God, some who believe in many gods, or in nature, or just an energy force, and some even just use them as a focal point to get in touch with their inner self.

If you use them, it doesn’t mean that you don’t believe in God, they are not evil or satanic, or any of that rubbish that some will likely tell you.

You can use tarot cards and hold whatever belief (or lack of belief) that you yourself choose.

Answer by Old Kid
Tarot cards are games like the lame ouija boards. They are not real and cannot tell fortunes and predict the future!

How simple minded do you have to be to believe that?

Answer by milomax
I believe in God and I use tarot cards. There isn’t any set rule about beliefs when using the cards. You can believe in God or not, you can be a certain religion or no religion. It’s highly individual.

Answer by Auntie Christ StuporStar ★JPA★
One of the most knowledgeable tarot readers I know was a very devout Catholic…

You can have an interest in Tarot, and believe whatever you want. It doesn’t matter.

I just happen to be a pagan who just happens to use tarot cards.

Answer by ancalyme
I’m a Pagan, but I started using them before I left Christianity.

The Catholic Church was a large part of my childhood, a part that did a number on my psyche with its doctrine (reason I hate the Church) – mainly because of its strict sexuality laws that aren’t elaborated until they believe children are ready to know.

Anyway, at that time I really loved God, and felt that gratification when singing in the choir, praying, or attenting bible study. Tarot cards didn’t go against that. The point is that you can use them as long as you don’t actually believe in the reading – same as reading horoscopes. It starts to clash when you inevitably notice that they are accurate – this can go two ways: you lessen your ties to the doctrine, or to the cards. Because of my personal psychological circumstances, the only healthy choice for me at that point was the first.

Of course, the cards weren’t what convinced to do one thing or another, or were even something that I cared about much right then, but the other things are largely irrelevant to this question 🙂

Hope this helps. Tarot cards and Christianity only go together up to a point. The moment you start acting on the future you divine from them, you will have to choose one or the other.

Answer by philebus
Well, I guess there are different kinds of user out there. For the most part folk who use tarot cards, use them for divination. There is another group that use them for card games – the earliest use of tarot was for game play and for their first 350 years they were used for nothing else. The English speaking world is mostly unaware that these games are still played and often with great popularity (I believe tarot is now the second most popular card game in France). There are over 25 games that I know of still played in around a dozen countries. So, there’s me – a tarot game player and an athiest. Of course, folk’s theological beliefs aren’t very important in the context of game play but if you take a look at some tarot forums (the Aeclectic forum is a popular one) you’ll find diviners have a wide range of these beliefs without finding any conflict.

Answer by Karen S
I read tarot cards and I am a devout christian. I believe God is the one who gave me the gift to read tarot and I use tarot cards to speak to God ( in addition to prayer).

I don’t accept payment, I do it because I really believe it is God’s will for me to help others with my gift. However, if someone wants to insist on paying, I ask them to donate to their church or charities benefiting children. I feel tarot cards a wonderful way to spread Christianity.

Some may say God doesnt speak through tarot cards because tarot cards are man made. However, God speaks through the Bible and the Bible is man made. I could tell you the publishers of my Bible 🙂

Answer by Lillith
I believe in God & I am a professional Tarot reader.
There are ALL different ‘kinds’ of people that read tarot.
Tarot can be used by anyone, believers and non-believers.

There will be people that will tell you that if you belive in God that you should not use Tarot or any other forms of Divination.
Don’t listen to those people. Think for yourself. There are several parts of the Bible that have been changed to keep knowledge and personal power out of the minds and hands of the ‘common’ people.
Early Christians practiced ‘Magic’, but the magic was a threat to the rulers so they had their priests tell the people to use magic is a sin.
Tarot itself is NOT magic or magical. It is a tool that can be used to connect to your higher-self and help you to work out different life situations.

Darth- in all of the 30 plus books I have about tarot- counting the companion books that come with a deck;
NONE of them mention worshipping Satan.
In fact none of them mention worshipping anything.

Answer by Sadhara Satguru
Hello Alex

People who use tarot cards have many & varying sets of religious as well as spiritual beliefs. There is no set pattern.

Some will have a religious faith – others non at all. Some will be on a non religious spiritual pathway & others not.

The question is – what do you believe? that is all that is important.


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