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Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Tell me everything you know about the paranormal and tarot cards and stuff like that!!!?

im doing this project and i need to know everything about the paranormal, ghosts and stuff like that! Also please if you know anything about like tarot card readings, physics, mediums, etc! Thank you all in advance!

Answer by ChainLightning
Go to the Skeptic Dictionary and search by item.

Answer by Dr NG
It’s all a bunch of hooey, and now you know as much as me.

Answer by Mr. P
Good research doesn’t come from Yahoo Answers. You need to get out there and experience things yourself.

Answer by iansand
It’s all nonsense.

Answer by PhotonX
Maybe you’re just hoping someone here will write your report for you. Even if someone wanted to, answers can’t be of infinite length, and if you want to know everything about anything, you’ll need to put some effort into it yourself. If you wanted to learn about European History from 1 AD to present, would you seriously expect anyone here to tell you “everything” about the subject? Get real.
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Use the Search Answers tool to look up previous questions on any given topic. You can limit it to just this forum if you like. Otherwise, you must know about Google. Compared to when I was growing up, the immense amount of information at our fingertips is astounding. Use it.
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Answer by Tom
ENTIRE BOOKS can be written on it.—Tarot Cards, for example, according to Carl Jung, are Coincidence Generating tools, that create a meaningful coincidence (Synchronicity) between the user and the universe.

Most other Paranormal stuff is likely based on Modern Physics we are only just beginning to understand, Like parallel Universe interactions, Natural Wormholes and space-time disruptions, etc.

“Spirits of the dead” and “demons” and the like are just the FOLK EXPLAINATIONS for these events dating from a time when EVERYTHING that folks did not understand was attributed to such things.—-Stuff we do not understand YET STILL retains those folk explanations, even though Modern physics may be the real answer.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : TAROT cards , if you can read em ANSWER IT?

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Hi! I have a deck of tarot cards and I am having a little bit of a struggle getting to the answer I want. I know how to find out about myself and my own self discovery, but I want to know about other people and what they are going to do.

for example – if jane thought marsha was gossiping about her she would ask ” tell me about what marsha says about me or feels”

right? is there a book for this? or should I buy one of those 100 tarot spread books. I think I should do that. . please help

ps. I usually just pull out 7 or 8 cards and I have gotten a lot of information that way

Answer by Alicea J
you can’t get definate answers about the future with tarot cards, but if you are having trouble reading get tarot for dummies and barnes and nobles or borders that should help explain things

Answer by Blake
KIHIHIHHI psychics can read the future but a witch can change it

Answer by Eskimo Baby
reading cards doesn’t go exactly like that. they are used to guide you through and give a source to the situations happening in that person’s life. many think it gives insight to the future, present, and past events…but that person has to be open minded with what the cards reveal about them. if you go to your local bookstore (books-a-million, amazon, ect…) you will find the guide book on how to properly read tarot cards. i wish you luck on your journey!!!!!

oh, and you can’t read your own cards about yourself. that would be like reading your own palm.

Answer by Elaine M
Many readers follow ethics that say you don’t look at other people’s lives in the cards without their permission any more than you would be looking into people’s windows at night. Their lives are their business.

You CAN ask how their actions impinge on you, since you’re reading for yourself about yourself, but asking about their lives is off limits. The only exceptions I’d make is if a parent is looking at a child’s actions, or is involved in protecting someone else.

It may help to go to a reputable tarot bulletin board like http://www.tarotforum.net/ on Aeclectic Tarot, they have experienced readers over there. Their site is very good.

Answer by vid
Tarot cards are very accurate, but you really shouldn’t read for people that haven’t given you permission–it’s not ethical. Would you like someone finding out things about you without your permission?

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Are the clowns known as Jesters an occult symbol? Aren’t they on tarot cards and in Harry Potter books?

I recall hearing something about a Jester’s Javelin in the Harry Potter book series. Is that correct? Also, I “think” the jester appears in tarot cards? If the above is true, what is the spiritual meaning of Jesters or how would these symbols conflict with Christian beliefs? Thanks.
Jen my question has nothing to do with Harry Potter, or what Unbelievers choose to read or purchase. I’m simply concerned with the orgin, so that I can keep related images out of my home. I mentioned the Harry Potter books, because most symbols contained in those books are occultic in nature. By all means, purchase as many Harry Potter books as you like. That is your right based on free will.
These responses have not answered my question. I know the jester was also referred to as the “fool” in the past, who was utilized for entertainment purposes. My question is concerned with the ORGIN of the jester. Where did the belief or name for this character begin. There are many pagan beliefs practiced today such as Easter and Valentine’s Day, and many do not know the ORGIN of either.

Answer by Tirya
The “Jester” in Tarot that you’re thinking of is likely “The Fool” – the first card of the Major Arcana, and generally interpreted as fresh beginnings or the start of the journey. The Fool is the archetypical naive youth who is just going out into the world, and who will progress through all the cards of the Major Arcana as he discovers himself.

On a historical basis, the Jester or Fool was a court entertainer.

Answer by jen1981everett
i love christians who want to ban harry potter because they think it’s satanic and evil. you guys crack me up.

Answer by DimensionalStryder
Jesters were entertainment for kings in the old days. They would perform for the kings, tell them jokes, do acrobatics, etc. I believe the tarot card you are thinking of is The Fool, but I haven’t looked at tarot cards for so long I may be remembering wrong.

Normally the term jester is used to describe a joking foolish character, as this is how they would traditionally entertain the kings.

I don’t think that jesters on their own conflict with any Christian ideology.

Answer by lalasnake
I don’t remember hearing anything about a “jester’s javelin”. The jester is normally called the Fool in tarot. He represents the seeker, the person who wants their cards read, or just everyone. The Fool’s journey through the tarot is represents a spiritual seeker’s journey to find God. The Fool is not bad. He is wise in his ignorance, because he is trying to learn. He is optimistic and adventurous.

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The Fool is not a pagan belief. He’s simply a symbol in the tarot, and archetype of all of us on our path to fulfillment. The Fool doesn’t conflict with Christian beliefs, as far as I know. The youthful optimism, trusting, and childish sense of spiritual adventure would be a good thing in Christianity.

Answer by Tirant
Jester is just an old name for a type of clown. Fool is another term and there are many more. In Medieval times they were famous for being able to get away with saying things in jest (ie- jester!) to powerful people that would have gotten others in trouble. A bit like how modern satireists can say outrageous things and people accept it (usualy!) because it is comedy. They would also often soften the blow of bad news by putting it in joke form. These were CHRISTIAN courts that these jesters entertained so there is NO CONFLICT with Christian beliefs and the idea of a Jester. It is where the word “jest” comes from. There are no spiritual connetations at all.

There “origin” goes back to Ancient times when rulers kept mad people as entertainment and sometimes as Soothsayers as it was felt crazy people were “touched by” the gods/God. This is still a belief in some parts of the world today.

Answer by lazymonkey292
the Jester or more commonly known as “the fool” represents the beggening and the end…choices to be made. in the rider-waite deck he is seen on the tip of a cliff. my interpretation of this image is that he is either going to fall or fly. to me it also means that since he has no number this is the begenning or the end. he also has a bag either empty and lacking knoledge or full of wisdom you cannot tell, you cannot tell if he is on the end of his journey or at the begenning. in the begenning of tarot history there were two fool cards one to represent the begenning and one to represent the end. this is my interpretation of the fool or jester.

Answer by skool_gurl001
The Jester/Clown is also know as “The Fool”

Answer by LabGrrrrrrrrrrl
The jester, as you call him, or more accurately the fool, was the only one in the King’s court who could speak the truth. If you or I went “the king is fat!” we’d be beheaded, but the fool could go “Our King is so fat when he sits around the castle, he sits *AROUND* the castle.”

The Jester is not a symbol of the occult, it is a symbol of the truth, especially the idea that hard truths can hide in soft packages.

Answer by Saikkatsu
Learn how to spell. It’s origin.

About the HP books, there is a poltergeist named Peeves who is kinda of a jester-ish type of character. Though he’s not an actual jester.

Answer by know it some
I hope god showers you with extra blessings today and everyday for the rest of your life! I’m really sorry about that thing I said about your Mom. I was really tired and out of line yesterday, and hearing how easy it is to be disfellowshiped reminded me how hard it was as a kid when my best friend was witness and we couldn’t hang out around holidays for fear that she might be influenced by my family’s traditions (like x-mas trees and Easter baskets) Anyways I hope maybe sometime you can forgive me for my terrible behavior & rest assure this is not the only appoligy
I have made today. Again I’m sorry for my ugly abrasivness.

God Bless

Answer by The Notorious Dr. Zoom Zoom
No. Jesters were the comedians of their day. Harry Potter books and Tarot cards are merely drawing on ancient themes.

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