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Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : playing cards as tarot cards? anyone know about any of this?

Can I take normal playing cards an draw tarot pictures on them an actually make playing cards into tarot cards?

Answer by ‡Kali‡
Yeah, I’d say you could. Divination is for you… it’s a personal thing. I mean, people use runes, sticks, etc., so as long as you know what they mean, then you’re good to go. It’s not like who/whatever we communicate with would have some problem with it.. they’d just be happy you’re asking them for guidance at all.

Edit: Yeah, you’d need enough cards to complete the tarot deck, but all that about sacred trees and gold ink is just ritualism. WHATEVER WORKS FOR YOU!!!

Answer by Scarlet MacBlu
No. There are not enough cards in a regular deck of playing cards to account for all the cards you would need to create a complete tarot deck.

A tarot deck consists of 22 “major arcana” cards and 4 suits. Each suit consists of 10 “pip” cards and four court cards.

Regular playing card decks consist of 4 suits, with each suit containing ten “pip” cards and only 3 court cards and no “major arcana” cards except, sometimes, two “joker” cards and maybe a bonus packaging card. That’s at least 23 cards short.

If you had a second deck with the same backing, you could alter 4 court cards to add to the first deck and then select 22 other cards and assign them titles from the major arcana to create a makeshift tarot deck. I imagine such a deck would be much more difficult to read than a normal tarot deck, but it would still work just fine.

You can read regular playing cards in a similar way as you can read tarot, but both systems need to be studied and learned. You would need to be familiar with tarot in order to altar any cards.

Answer by Fearless Leader
The reason tarot cards are so expensive is how they are make. The cardboard is made from a secret magic forest in Austria. Though there are others, like the one southern Tibet, but the Austrian has the most power. The inks use in printing are sold on the world market. It is like liquid gold and currently goes for about $ 80 a gallon.

The printing is done at many places to keep up demand. 10 million decks were sold in the US last year alone. Look for the sales to increase 20% next year. Don’t use plain cards for anything but games.

Answer by sithmasteryoda
It’s called cartomancy tons of sites can show you the meaning for each card.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Do any of you know how to read tarot cards,or know any websites that will help me learn it.?

Tarot cards is used for predicting , so how to predict with that?

Answer by Mae V
This site will teach you how to read tarot cards, as well as allow you to purchase your deck from there if you don’t already have one.

Answer by Molly R
www.facade.com/tarot and

Answer by sarah

I use this site and it has all the lessons for learning how to use and read tarot cards

I think intuition is a big part of doing a reading, here are some steps that you can do to help master your intuituion

1. Learn to identify your prevailing beliefs, judgments, and attitudes about the way
the world works and who you think you are, or how it “should” be–and be able to suspend
those ideas temporarily. Maybe there are other ways to be! Maybe life could teach you
something new if you let yourself become innocent, like a child again–with “beginner’s mind.”
Make space for surprises.
2. Become friends with your feelings. Just as there is no such thing as failure–there’s
only feedback–there are no “bad” emotions. Emotions are simply energy and information
coming from your body. Be willing to experience every feeling that emerges in your body,
without labeling it (I’m angry) or putting a value judgment on it (anger is bad). Just notice
and describe the physical sensations of expansion or contraction, hot or cold, density or
lightness, and let them move through your body and evolve to their next level of expression.
Intuition percolates up from the body via sensation and feeling–nonverbally. Don’t block or
distort that flow in any way. Eventually it will turn into an Ah-ha!
3. Remember to consciously pause between actions. Throughout the day, remind
yourself to drop into the here-and-now and feel the world from your body’s simple
perspective. Be with what’s happening in each present moment, without needing to shape,
change, or vote on it. It is the way it is. Life is proceeding in harmony. There’s something
“just right” about each situation. Life is comprised equally of masculine (doing) and feminine
(being) energy and awareness. Make sure you have a balance of both.
4. Cultivate the habit of appreciating and acknowledging yourself and others for
good deeds, successes, uniqueness, and beauty. Speak words that benefit others and the
world–what you’re interested in rather than what you dislike, what you’re actually doing
instead of what you don’t want to do, how you choose to be rather than how others prevent
you from being. Notice what’s right with the world. Intuition flows when you see the glass
half full rather than half empty.
5. Develop the “warrior’s attention.” Like a great samurai, be alert and present 100%,
in each moment, and 360 degrees around you. Be ready to act, without any biases. Practice
“engaged indifference.”
6. Learn to check with your body and your “reptile brain” to see what you
instinctually want to do next. Don’t assume that once you’ve decided, the choice will last
forever. The currents of insight and creativity can shift and weave into new pathways in the
twinkling of an eye. Check in many times throughout the day, “Now what feels right? Am I
totally comfortable, at the deepest level, with this course of action?” Intuition occurs in the
NOW, in the body, and what’s true always has “juice.”
7. Let go of needing things to be nailed down in advance. You can still have a vision
and goals, you can still make plans, but let it all be fluid. Visions and plans evolve constantly.
Affirm to yourself: “I know what I need to know exactly when I need to know it.” In any
given moment, there’s just one piece of information, one urge, one action, that’s a perfect fit.
Develop trust in your own higher awareness to bring you pertinent and accurate insights in a
timely way. Act on the information you get and thank yourself for planting the right
curiosities, motivations, insights, and physical reactions in your mind, in a way that directs
you effortlessly to your next step.

Have fun,

Answer by psychic-junkie
You can learn to develop your psychic ability with Tarot cards.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : is tarot suppose to be capitalized?

sometimes i see Tarot cards other times tarot cards…..i’m writing a paper and I’m not sure what to do

Answer by scooterpoop supreme contributor

Answer by Vanessa Mallalieu
dont write about Tarot/tarot cards

Answer by HM 10 ®™℠
no, do you capitalises chess, football or poker ?

Answer by Lost soul
yes…………………..I mean ,,,,,,Yes

Answer by Eclectic Heretic
Not sure on that. “The Tarot” is a system of divination, Tarot is a proper noun here. But the “tarot” in tarot cards is an adjective and probably does not need to be capitalized. IMHO, of course.
Blessings on your Journey!

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