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Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Tarot card question for someone who knows what the cards mean. I got the one with the guy pointing the sword?

I got a reading 10 years ago, and remember it now because many things from the reading have come true. I got the guy pointing the sword towards the sky in victory for the final card in the center spot. I don’t the name of the card, the reader said this was the perfect card to get in the perfect spot. Wondering if there is any tarot card confirmed rule that this is in fact an awesome card to have for the final center spot. Again i don’t know the card placement it went in a box with the final card filling the center. Question is this really the sickest card to get in the sickest spot? Any internet data is appreciated to backup any answers.

Answer by lupinesidhe
Well, there’s no “confirmed” rule that any card is a “good” or “bad” card. There is merely the interpretation of them, nothing more. It’s a little bit difficult to tell you exacts about it since you don’t know what card it was or what deck its from. It sounds a bit like the knight of swords though. Could be wrong. The interpretation changes slightly from deck to deck depending on the symbolism used. For some very basic information about the general meaning of cards theres a very good book call “Power Tarot” I don’t remember who wrote it, but it’s very informative. You might want to look into it. I’m not sure if you can find it on line or not, but you could google it. I hope this is helpful.

Answer by bkzalley
There are too many different variations of cards to know which one was used for your reading. I would go and get another one done and see if it pops up again. That way you will have a new reading to go from.

Answer by Goblin g
It’s difficult for me to know exactly which card you are referring to, only because there are so many different types of decks.

Rule of thumb, there are four different suits for the minor arcana (or lesser cards). They are penctacles (sometimes refered to as coins), cups, wands (sometimes refered to as sticks) and swords (sometimes refered to as knives).

Cups (or as in a playing deck of cards) are considered Hearts (things with love attached to them).

Swords (or as in a playing deck of cards) are considered Spades (things which need to be addressed in your life, which need to be turned around – swords are considered warning cards – they also stand for confilict, obstacles and aggression.) Depending on the other cards in the spread, these cards when received in the Royal aspect of the card (King, Queen, Jack as know as the Knight) are for logic and thoughtful attention to all sides of the issues at hand).

Pentacles (or as in a playing deck of cards) are considered diamonds (which refers to the financial aspects of your life).

Wands (or as in a playing deck of cards) are considered clubs (which refers to growth, ambition and development).

If you go to Borders Books, going into the section marked “New Age”, they should have a book called “Complete Idiots Guide To Tarot”. This book is very helpful to “newbies” who are interested in learning the Tarot. This books uses the Ryder-Waite Tarot Deck (which is the most universal and standard of all the decks which are available today).

Have a lovely rest of the day. Bright Blessings.

Answer by hermit
it,s sound like page of sword or knight of sword rider waite deck tarot by arther waite but i do not know what type of tarot deck he used but ther are basic same mining.
if you like it to pratice tarot you can do it your self, it’s not going to be e-z to memorize. you have to learn about numberology, four element, zodiac, planet, understand about meaning of tarot, interper your own be comes perfational.
some people don’t know this when you use four elemets and
zodiac signs it is like you are making respice,like you making
like say making : indan bread called naan.
6 cups flours
2 cups lukewarm water
1 teaspoon yeast
1 cup of milk
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon oil
when you mix it and cook it becomes naan
like exmple your zodiac sign is virgo
you do this ;
1 cup of virgo
1 cup of planet mercury
1 cup of element earth
and so on you mix it be comes infomation what you need.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Fellow tarot card readers, do you write every reading you do down in a journal or something?

Mainly the readings you do for yourself. Why/why not?

Answer by auntb93
No. Never write anything down you wouldn’t want someone else to read.

Answer by Anabella
I keep note of the readings I do for myself to see how accurate I am and also to see how the cards played out with my circumstances. It is very useful to keep a record, you get a greater understanding of the cards this way.

Answer by Scarlet MacBlu
I’ve never been great at journaling unless I’m doing some kind of lesson plan where I force myself to journal. I journaled all through my study of the cards, journalling about each card as I went. But I didn’t keep track of every reading. I keep track of only some readings… usually readings that are about very important questions or my first experience with a new spread or deck or very complex readings that I know I’ll want to remember. My basic day-to-day readings I don’t record, but I should more often because I’ll think later, “Oh, shoot, what cards did I draw this morning again? What was my interpretation?”
I don’t write down readings I give to others in person, but if I’m giving a reading online it’s kind of essential to the method to write it down. I do delete those documents to preserve my client’s privacy after it’s submitted to them, however.
Journalling is an excellent way to learn and I should do it more often.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Are all Christians afraid of tarot cards?

Because I’m Christians and I use tarot cards. I really don’t think there anything wrong with that. And most christians said in the bible that cards will release evil spirits. That just crazy.

Answer by Booster
If you WERE a Believer, you WOULDN’T use them!

Better read this:

Revelation 21:8 (New International Version)
8But the cowardly, the unbelieving, the vile, the murderers, the sexually immoral, those who practice magic arts, the idolaters and all liars—their place will be in the fiery lake of burning sulfur. This is the second death.”

Answer by Dionyus
What’s funny is the Torah which some of the old testament is based upon is based upon the Tarot… hehe

You won’t release evil spirits, that’s just a lie… besides an evil spirit would be something like the liquor everclear… The bible is also heavily based upon astrology and shamanism.. hehe

Answer by Lynnmarie
See Acts 19:19

Answer by scotgirl60
I’m not afraid of them, I just don’t think they show, prove, do, say, or predict anything. In other words, they are cards with meaningless pictures on them, and the combination of meaningless pictures is also meaningless. It would be silly to be afraid of something meaningless.

Answer by truthreigns
Tarot cards are not for Christains.

True Christains do as Jesus did; and he did not look to demons for counsel.

***Notice how Jesus dealt with the demons:

“Now in the synagogue there was a man with a spirit, an unclean demon, and he shouted with a loud voice: 34 “Ah! What have we to do with you, Jesus you Naz·a·rene´? Did you come to destroy us? I know exactly who you are, the Holy One of God.” 35 But Jesus rebuked it, saying: “Be silent, and come out of him.” So, after throwing the man down in their midst, the demon came out of him without hurting him. 36 At this, astonishment fell upon all, and they began to converse with one another, saying: “What sort of speech is this, because with authority and power he orders the unclean spirits, and out they come?” –LUKE 4:33-36.

***The Apostle Paul suffered at the hands of the Romans because he ordered “a demon of divination” (employing tarot cards among other fortune telling paraphernalia), out of a girl that kept following him.. Notice ACTS 16: 16-24.

“And it happened that as we were going to the place of prayer, a certain servant girl with a spirit, a demon of divination, met us. She used to furnish her masters with much gain by practicing the art of prediction. 17 This [girl] kept following Paul and us and crying out with the words: “These men are slaves of the Most High God, who are publishing to YOU the way of salvation.” 18 This she kept doing for many days. Finally Paul got tired of it and turned and said to the spirit: “I order you in the name of Jesus Christ to come out of her.” And it came out that very hour.

19 Well, when her masters saw that their hope of gain had left, they laid hold of Paul and Silas and dragged them into the marketplace to the rulers, 20 and, leading them up to the civil magistrates, they said: “These men are disturbing our city very much, they being Jews, 21 and they are publishing customs that it is not lawful for us to take up or practice, seeing we are Romans.” 22 And the crowd rose up together against them; and the civil magistrates, after tearing the outer garments off them, gave the command to beat them with rods. 23 After they had inflicted many blows upon them, they threw them into prison, ordering the jailer to keep them securely. 24 Because he got such an order, he threw them into the inner prison and made their feet fast in the stocks.”

***To learn more from the Bible about how true Christains should view consulting the demons; you can read the article entitled:

“Spirit Creatures How They Affect Us” – Faithful angels come to the aid of those who serve Jehovah. Satan and his demons are misleading people and turning them away from God

Jehovah’s Witnesses Official Web Site-http://www.watchtower.org

Go to topics and “Quick Search”-tarot cards, or demons

Answer by tucker
Fear is the opposite of faith…we rebuke it not fear it. Stronger is He that is in us than he that is in the world.

Answer by Xander T
No, in fact, there are two Christian guys in Australia who use tarot cards to teach the truths of Christianity to people who come to psychic fairs.

I am a Christian who go involved in the occult for a while and did tarot readings. I believe that every pack of tarot cards either has spirits attached to it or that spirits are simply attracted to them when they’re opened. It’s not crazy. When I got rid of my cards, the spirits left with them.

Answer by KAL
If they aren’t (which they obviously aren’t after reading your details) then they should be. I agree that the suggestion that the bible claims tarot cards will release evil spirits is ridiculous. HOWEVER, I also believe that the bible makes it clear that attempting to learn the future is dangerous for a believer.

The problem is that tarot cards (and horoscopes and oujia boards and all the other things people do to attempt to foresee future events) represent a desire to control that future instead of trusting God to lead you through whatever comes in the future. Note that this conclusion is also psychologically valid…we know that when people believe that they know something about the future, it affects the choices they make today. A person who believes they are going to die may stop fighting and ultimately end up causing their own death…a woman who believes her husband will leave her may withhold her trust and affection until she drives him away.

I’m not convinced that the tarot cards themselves are something to be feared…but I’m firmly convinced that a Christian should fear (and thus avoid) anything that could lead them to the mistaken belief that they know something about the future that wasn’t revealed by God and God alone…anything that would cause them to focus their attention on a future that might happen instead of how you can serve God best in the present!

Answer by vid
There’s nothing wrong with Tarot cards. In fact, many “Christians” that tell others not to use them go to readers themselves. There’s honestly nothing wrong with them, and I think if they were against Christianity most decks would not have Christian and Jewish imagery in the pictures. I think Christians are afraid of what their preacher/priest has made them believe is against God, or what their family has said is against God. Make sense?

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