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Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : @thebunz, please tell me more about tarot cards and aliens, thanks?

Hey bro, you seem to know stuff similar to my self ( I’m a conspiracist ).

Just wondering about the technology and tarot cards, now I’m starting to think most of the technology we got is from aliens.

More than likely.

Answer by Edward O
Tarot cards doesn’t have “technology.” If you have tarot cards, the best thing you can do is throw them into the garbage.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Can reading torat cards, vodoo and plam reading go against Catholic Church?

I am want to know why is it wrong to predict futures and what events are going to happen? Is it wrong to read tarot cards, voodoo dolls and palm reading go against the Catholic Church?

Answer by cristoiglesia
It is wrong because you are willingly communicating with demons. That goes against the biblical prohibition of necromancy. God bless!

In Christ
Fr. Joseph

Answer by summerlandtarot
Actually, the Catholic Church in its very beginnings had alot of divinational uses. I don’t want to debate this with the masses, but it is true. Voodoo is used in Santeria, which is a sister religion of catholicism. Palm Reading? Not so sure, although why not? The Bible has passages about the occult, yet Jesus used numerology before Mary Magdeline was released from her stoning. Also when messengers enter sodom and gammorrah, a witch took them in and she was saved because of her faith and knowing they came from the Lord God. I would relax but be sure who your God is when you do this, for with Godly spirits come demons and they do exist. You can pull alot of unwanted and unneeded spirits into your life, home. It isnt worth it. When you start seeing black shadow people – look me up. It isnt to be played with.

Answer by imacatholic2

Catholic Church teaches:

All forms of divination are to be rejected: recourse to Satan or demons, conjuring up the dead or other practices falsely supposed to “unveil” the future.

Consulting horoscopes, astrology, palm reading, interpretation of omens and lots, the phenomena of clairvoyance, and recourse to mediums all conceal a desire for power over time, history, and, in the last analysis, other human beings, as well as a wish to conciliate hidden powers.

They contradict the honor, respect, and loving fear that we owe to God alone.

For more information, see the Catechism of the Catholic Church, section 2116: http://www.nccbuscc.org/catechism/text/pt3sect2chpt1.shtml#2116

With love in Christ.

Answer by Daver
DIVINATION – The art of knowing and declaring future events or hidden things by means of communication with occult forces. It is always an act of a religious nature. There is no divination if the religious element is missing, as in any scientific investigation. The occult forces in divination are always created rational powers that the Church identifies as diabolical. Implicit in this judgment is the belief that neither God nor the spiritual powers friendly to God would lend themselves to frivolous practices or subject themselves to any evoking human force. Hence, evoking these powers, whether explicitly or even implicitly, is considered an appeal to Satan’s aid. It is therefore a grave offense against God to attribute to the devil a sure knowledge of the contingent future, which, as depending on free will, is known to God alone.

This explains the strong prohibition in the Bible of any divining practices. “Do not have recourse,” the people were told, “to the spirits of the dead or to magicians; they will defile you. I am Yahweh your God” (Leviticus 19:31). And again: “Any man or woman who is necromancer or magician must be put to death by stoning; their blood shall be on their own heads” (Leviticus 20:27).

In the history of christianity every form of divination has been condemned by the Church. Among the more common are augury (Latin augurare, to predict) by the interpretation of omens such as watching the flight of birds or inspecting the entrails of sacrificed animals; axinomancy (Greek axine, axhead + manteia, divination) by means of the movements of an ax placed on a post; belomancy (Greek belos, dart) by drawing arrows at random from a container; bibliomancy (Greek biblion,book) by superstitiously consulting books, notably the Bible; capnomancy (Greek kapnos, smoke) by studying the ascent and descent of smoke and concluding that it was a good omen if the smoke rose vertically, especially from a sacrifice; chiromancy (Greek cheir, hand) by inspecting the lines of the hand, also called palmistry; necromancy (Greek necros, dead person) by consulting the dead or conjuring up the souls of the dead to inquire of them some secrets from the past or into the future, more commonly known as spiritualism. (Etym. Latin devinare, to foresee, predict, prophesy.)

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : What’s your opinion on getting a first deck of tarot cards? Bad to buy yourself or myth?

A few people have told me buying my own tarot cards isn’t good while others have told me it’s a myth and it’s a good idea to buy your own tarot cards because than you are comfortable with the style of card.
If you have tarot cards how did you receive them and what do you believe in?

Thank you Sonny B and Josie ~

Answer by eris1986
As a game, and pretend, it’s great. Just don’t fool yourself into thinking that they are anything more than pretend.

Answer by Josie
I’d focus on what you like — what would you rather use, a deck you love, or one that was given to you that you just don’t resonate with? Myself, I would prefer to forgo the myth and choose something I was comfy with.

What do I believe? I believe that they help us focus on different aspects of our life — even if it is just our own subconscious and nothing ‘extra’ in the spirit realm

Answer by Sonny B
I bought my own. There’s a lot of mystism surrounding the cards, like sleeping with them under your pillow and charging them in a variety of ways, but my take is that they are an incredible collection of archtypes and metaphors that allow you to free associate and see your life and the lives of others from different perspectives.

I recommend Rachel Pollack’s book, “78 Degrees of Wisdom”

Thoth deck.
20 years.

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