tarot reading

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Tarot reading predicted physical death?

i had a tarot reading done and it predicted real, physical death by my early 30s. should i be worried?
i am 20 years old.

Answer by AdviceGirl
shit isn’t real

Answer by lutheran church president
It certainly wouldn’t hurt to worry.

Answer by roy j
its all demonic people don’t realize it.

Answer by Henry
No, it’s just a card game card readers play for money. The next time read their fortune and bet on it.

I’m sure both of you will lose and you will not get your money back =) Thank You for your faith.

I am Christian

Answer by Sledge Hammer
You only have to worry, if you are Twenty years old.

Otherwise ignore it.

SERIOUSLY

Edit: The ONLY defense is Jesus Christ.

Revelation 20:6  Blessed and holy is he that hath part in the first resurrection: on such the second death hath no power,

John 3:7 Marvel not that I said unto thee, Ye must be born again

Answer by Not Who You Think I Am
No, there’s no need to worry. How can you protect yourself against wicked spirits? The Bible answers: “Subject yourselves . . . to God; but oppose the Devil, and he will flee from you.” (James 4:7) We heed that injunction when we live by the teachings found in the Bible, the only sacred book that fully exposes Satan, the demons, and their “crafty acts.” (Ephesians 6:11, footnote; 2 Corinthians 2:11) The Bible also tells us that the wicked spirits, along with all who oppose God, will not be around forever. (Romans 16:20) “The upright are the ones that will reside in the earth, and the blameless are the ones that will be left over in it,” says Proverbs 2:21.There is no need to be in terror of the Devil. Jehovah promises real protection against anything Satan can do. (Psalm 91:1-4; Proverbs 18:10; James 4:7, 8) “Go on acquiring power in the Lord and in the mightiness of his strength,” says the apostle Paul. Then you will “be able to stand firm against the machinations of the Devil.”—Ephesians 6:10, 11.

PLUS, I found this too:

Have you made the mistake of dabbling in the occult? Then consider what happened in the first-century city of Ephesus. Many there “practiced magical arts.” But some were moved by the powerful works the apostle Paul performed with the aid of holy spirit. The results? “Quite a number of those who practiced magical arts brought their books together and burned them up before everybody. And they calculated together the prices of them and found them worth fifty thousand pieces of silver. Thus in a mighty way the word of Jehovah kept growing and prevailing.”—Acts 19:11-20.

What does this tell us? That if a person wants to escape the clutches of the demons, he or she must destroy all paraphernalia related to satanic worship! This includes all books, magazines, posters, comic books, videos, amulets (items worn for “protection”), and demonistic material downloaded from the Internet. (Deuteronomy 7:25, 26) Discard any paraphernalia that might be used in divination, such as crystal balls or Ouija boards. Also, get rid of music or videos that feature satanic themes.

Answer by Kaden
That’s nothing, I had a vision of my own death tuesday night about me getting into a terrible car accident. I ignored the sign by trying to drive to work, then my auto stick was screwing up on me. So I then thought…Maybe I should bring it to my mechanic.
It needed serious repair, the part to shift gears was on his last leg, if I drove it the way it was on the freeway I go on often…I probably wouldn’t be here.

But in your case, just stay healthy and don’t get into too much trouble. You should be fine past 30.

Answer by The End Is Here
If you think it will happen then you will make it happen by believing it

Answer by Camille
Here you are online asking if you should be worried about this tarot card reading when it is abomination before the Lord to even seek to know your future. Yes you should be worried, you sinned and if you do not repent then God cannot stop the damage you have caused against you and your family. If I were you I would repent and be very sorry and ask God to break the curse off of your life and your relatives lives as well because you were so foolish and you are so sorry and mean it! You do not mock God.
Because if you do not something bad will occur and you will not like it – now how do I know this? I once did what you did and was cursed but did not find it out till I went to a Psychic Faire near our church =( i used to be a dumb Episcopalian I say that because I had no idea of the demonic things that I was getting myself into. no one in our church new anything about it)
I went to a pyschic and they predicted something awful would occurr and that I needed to get candles from four corners of the world and light them and pray. Prayer would have been good but I knew nothing about prayers except the ones that we said each Sunday.
After this I was scared but some friends told me she was wrong and not to believe it. But evil followed me home and within a span of 6 weeks my beloved brother died young. then within 6 weeks of that another friend passed away and then another 6 weeks another great friend died. It freaked me out. Once I picked up the phone it had rung and it was the devil on the other end talking to me I slammed the receiver down and cried.
I knew I was cursed but I did not get free of it for 10 yrs so many awful things happened to me.
Then I got the Baptism of the Holy Spirit and met Jesus in a way I never knew Him. He was my personal Savior and He began to speak to me and lead me and show me what I needed to do. I was in a church and they all stood around me in a circle and prayed for me and none touched me but they all put their hands around me and prayed in tongues and then I went weak in my knees and fell down. When I got up for the first time in years I felt free of the evil in my life. So many times I wished I had just trusted in God for my destiny and had not gone to a psychic.

You can change things if you are a Christian repent if not get saved so Jesus can wash you clean from this.
If you are not saved pray this prayer out loud and mean it!

“Father, I know that I have broken your laws and my sins have separated me from you. I am truly sorry, and now I want to turn away from my past sinful life toward you. Please forgive me, and help me avoid sinning again. I believe that your son, Jesus Christ died for my sins, was resurrected from the dead, is alive, and hears my prayer. I invite Jesus to become the Lord of my life, to rule and reign in my heart from this day forward. Please send your Holy Spirit to help me obey You, and to do Your will for the rest of my life. In Jesus’ name I pray, Amen.”

Answer by dalsmo
no not at all its a load of crap

Answer by Wiki
Don’t worry!!!

The Tarot is an excellent tool to reflect and have fun, nothing more.

In addition, the card of death, does not mean “physical death”.
http://www.darktarot.com/tarot_cards/death.php

Bye!!
🙂

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : What is the big deal against Tarot Cards?

Every question ive been to, People seem to complain and wine about the “sin” or “stupidity” of tarot cards, in the whole entirety of everything. Why the negativity?

Answer by anthony h
it is playing with spirits and can be a portal to bad or evil spirits.

Answer by Christ is the Lord
The Christian God sees the use of Tarot cards as a sin. That’s why some oppose it.

Answer by Ruth Ann
The negativity is more out of fear and/or ignorance.

Answer by robin
they are the devils and you can get in real big trouble with them.how about having demons visit you?

Answer by Upasakha Jason
They think anything that is not straight from the Bible is of the Devil. So you have a few options here. First, you can just ignore them because they really don’t know what they’re talking about any way.

Second, you might construct your own Urim and Thummim. They can’t really complain about that since it’s Biblical and serves the same purpose as Tarot cards.

If you’re like me, though, you like the really cool pictures on the cards, so option 2 really isn’t that gratifying. Educating the people who gripe won’t help because they aren’t interested in learning anyway. Your best bet is just to ignore them and go on merrily with your life. Enjoy your Tarot Cards. They are no more malicious than playing cards.

EDIT–I wouldn’t use them to fortell the future anyway. The future is uncertain, and a deck of 52 cards, all of whose spreads can be mathematically predicted, will not make it uncertain. What the Tarot is good for (IMO) is a self-administered Thematic Aperception Test.

We all go through periods where our own thoughts and emotions are unabashedly chaotic. We can’t sort through them, and we’re carried along by them without understanding that sort of inner maelstrom. Introspection sometimes can stand for some scaffolding, and the Tarot is a reasonably decent tool for that purpose.

It’s no more or less valid than the TAT, as far as I’m aware.

Answer by Robert
Some people don’t understand that Tarot Cards do not tell the future. They are not magic. So if they don’t work then people think its stupid. If they do work then they must be evil. There is no magic its just a pretend game to play.

Answer by Metzae
It’s because they’re worthless. I’m not being negative. They really are worthless. I had more than one tarot reading from more than one person and they all said conflicting things, NONE of which ever came true. Seriously, I am supposed to be married and dead already.

The people that call it a sin or equate it to the occult are just religious nuts with their own occult to deal with. I wouldn’t pay them much mind. But seriously…tarot is completely false. I’m not trying to burst your bubble or anything. It’s just that I’ve been there, done that, and realized how pointless it is.

There is a grrrreat book you should read sometime. It will make you a smarter person. I’m not saying you’re dumb by any means or that you’re not smart as it is. After all, you asked this question so you’re a seeker of knowledge. That book will just give you the tools to make you a more critical thinker. It helped me more than I ever expected.

Answer by Bubbles™
Deut 18:10-13 reads, There should not be found in you anyone who makes his son or his daughter pass through the fire, anyone who employs divination, a practicer of magic or anyone who looks for omens or a sorcerer, 11 or one who binds others with a spell or anyone who consults a spirit medium or a professional foreteller of events or anyone who inquires of the dead. 12 For everybody doing these things is something detestable to God, and on account of these detestable things God your God is driving them away from before you. 13 You should prove yourself faultless with your God.

Its demonic and should be left alone. it can cause a lot of problems!

Answer by bethanne
People who complain are people who seem to have absolutely NO idea what the cards are.

If you look at a typical deck, going from 0 (the Fool) to 21 (the Universe), it used to be used as a type of Journey through Life (starting out with no knowledge, earning life experiences along the way). A literal use of the cards was to show a Course that could be Possible if the person being read followed a specific path or made a decision; this ran directly in conflict with religions and religious ‘nuts’ who oppose any idea of free will, that you and you alone are responsible for your actions (and that would leave out the religious people who feel that they MUST tell you that you will burn in hell if you do anything they deem wrong).

Early tarot decks were designed as teaching tools for people who could not read, and like astrology, were an actual active part of several religions, including Christianity and Eastern religions like Hinduism and Buddism.

And contrary to what naysayers bray about, the deck CANNOT tell you when you will die (only G*d knows that, and the Death Card actually symbolizes the end of an era or thought process or change), will not release the Devil (the Devil card symbolizes the inner demon that everyone has, and makes us think if we want to stay put and wallow in our misery or do something about it), and cannot tell you what lottery numbers to pick.

These are simply cards. Anyone who has a deck of cards at home (poker, etc) owns the Minor Arcana of a tarot deck. These cards cannot cast spells, cannot put curses on others, cannot do anything.

I have several decks, and some are rather beautiful. I don’t base my daily actions because of how the cards fall, and I doubt that I will burn in hell.

Answer by NightLark
As with everything else is ignorance and fear of the unknown.

Answer by PattyAnn
They are little more than a game. The big deal is when people actually believe they can foretell the future. I don’t complain or whine. I just don’t deal with them or with people who place importance on them.

Answer by philebus
Tarot is a pack of playing cards created in mid 15th century Italy for the Milanese court. It consists of two parts: a standard pack of Latin suited playing cards (with the suits of cups, coins, swords, and batons) and a fifth suit of picture cards. These extra cards took as their theme a triumph procession, hence their early name of trionfi, meaning Triumph and from which we get our word trump. And that is what they are, a suit of fixed trump cards for a family of card games that continues to be played throughout continental Europe today.

Contrary to popular myth, the church did not try to suppress tarot – the games were played openly and with great popularity, spreading quickly through the continent all through the Counter-Reformation. If the cards were really seen as heresy, then that simply could not have happened. Of course, some of the images are often taken to be obviously either unchristian or occult – however, to see the error of this, we have to look at the cards in the context of when and where they were created. A good example of this is The Female Pope, a cards often cited as a reason for the Church’s opposition. Yet in Italy of the time (and through to the 19th century) the figure of a Female Pope was well established in Christian art, being used to represent such things as the New Covenant and the Virtue of Faith.

The standard pack consists of 78 cards, being four regular suits each with 10 pip cards and four court cards, there are then 21 trump cards and an extra card usually known as the Fool, which can be a wild card or the highest trump, depended upon the game played. However, there are a number of variations. Many packs have just 54 cards (which may be further shortened to just 40 cards for some of the games played in Hungary), There are further variations in Sicily and in Bologna. A Florentine pack, called the Minchiate and no longer in use, added trumps to make a total of 91 cards!

Further variation came about with more recent occult associations. At the end of the 18th century a Parisian occultist, ignorant of their actual origin, published a fanciful account of their coming from ancient Egypt, encoding their lost wisdom and having a use in divination. For about 100 years these ideas were limited to just France, however, at the end of the 19th century, British occultists began to introduce the cards and occult writings to the English speaking world. In the early 20th century, occultists began to produce heavily redesigned packs to better suit their beliefs and fortune tellers. It is designs of this kind that most English speakers associate as being tarot.

Today’s tarot cards can fall into three groups – the modern French suited packs (these began to appear in Germany at the start of the 18th century and seldom used for anything but the games), the modern occult packs (which adapt and redesign the original suits and images – such as making coins into pentacles), and the traditional packs still used for game play but also by some occultists.

The traditional tarot is a family of what we call point-trick games (sometimes complex-trick games). This means that like Bridge, Whist, and Spades, cards are won in tricks – but unlike those games, different cards carry different point values and so it is not the number of tricks taken that wins a hand but the number of card points in them. Over nearly 600 years, the games have developed a great deal of variation within and between different countries and so if you wish to know more, you might like to check these sites…

http://www.pagat.com
http://www.tarocchino.com

In the English speaking world, the best known use for tarot cards is for divination (popularly called fortune telling). For this, the tarot reader will deal the cards into a pattern which is called a spread. Each position in the spread is believed to govern some aspect of the question asked. Each card is assigned a range of possible meanings and the tarot reader uses these meanings in conjunction with the position of the cards in the spread to create a narrative answer. You must decide for yourself if you think there is anything to that. Sceptisicm is not without some good grounds though – researchers have studied divination for many years without being able to show that it works and we know that many card readers use such methods as cold reading, and this is where the charges of stupidity come from.

Most, though not all religions take the position that divination is a sin. As regards Christianity, the position of the Anglican and Catholic chruches is that tarot is a card game and if used as such they don’t object to it – they only object to its use in divination and in an occult context for practicing magic. Of course, because most English speakers only know of the cards in that context, they consider them sinful.

But as I’ve said, it is not all negativity – the games are probably the best in the world!

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Is there anyone here that can give me a REAL tarot card reading?

please can anyone here give me a real tarot card reading??

(please if ur not a believer dont comment)

Answer by Fireball226
tarot.com just for fun…

Answer by ☮ryan☮
yes, but i need your credit card number up front.

Answer by ANDRE L
Since tarot card reading is all phony, then no.

Oh, you don’t get to decide who comments, or that this brand of factless delusion gets to be free of well earned criticism here. Deal with it.

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