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Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : What Tarot card rules scorpio?

i’m just wondering what tarot card rules scorpio?

Answer by Scorpio Wild Card
There are more than just one Card that rules Scorpio….
High Priestess
Death
Queen, Knight and King of Cups.

Tarot Card that rules Pluto, it’s Ruling Planet- The Hermit

Edit: Also the Page of cups, but usually that is Pisces, the Moon can also rule Scorpio, depending, but usually that is Cancer… sometimes Pisces, depends on what you’re reading… or reading for.

Answer by Tea Rose
Death card.

Answer by Lojke
Tarot has nothing to do with Horoscopes. It’s highly individual. Whoever told you that Tarot and Horoscopes are going well together did you an elephants favor. Scorpio is ruled by Pluto and partly by Mars, not by some card.

Answer by the_arian_ruler
Death card.
Death in astrology is ruled by 8th house and scorpio is the 8th sign.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Are Playing Cards A Good Substitute For Tarot Cards?

I’m quite interested in learning to do tarot card readings, but I don’t have the money to purchase a tarot card deck. I’m not quite sure if my mother would allow me to purchase one anyways because she’s spooked by many things relating to the occult. I used my Beatles playing card deck earlier to try the Celtic Cross reading, and I honestly was shocked at the results. Was it just a coincidence that the results answered my question quite well? Thank you so much for answering!

BQ: Are there really any plausible reasons why my mother wouldn’t want me to continue learning how to read tarot cards? Do you recommend I purchase a tarot card deck if she allows me to?

Answer by Bob K
It must be tough being 12, so I’ll refrain………

Answer by Dr Bunk Can’T Play B-Ball No Dunk
Modern playing cards that evolved from the tarrot deck have one key advantage, you can gamble.

You can’t gamble on the unfalsifiable.

Answer by ℒ’amour est ℒe chaos
You can use playing cards but I dont think its exactly the same as tarot its more like oracle cards I think.

Answer by *Stargazer*
I find them just as beneficial, and I always get the same interpretation ace of cups as ace of hearts and so on.

Answer by S☼L
Yes, regular playing cards are a very good substitute. I find them much easier to work with than tarot cards, because there are no set images and symbols to relate to apart from the basic meaning, and from there your intuition takes you where you need to go.

The method & meanings I’ve learned are similar to those taught here: http://web.archive.org/web/20080210083822/http://www.hedgewytchery.com/cartomancy.html

To your BQ: The only plausible reason I can see is ignorance.

Answer by Elaine M
Well, playing cards are missing the entire major arcana plus the Page cards so you would have issues that way.

Why not, instead, go with a deck that’s completely ‘safe’ looking yet will read like a normal Rider Waite type deck? The ones I list below run in the $ 18 – $ 25 range.

Check out the TaRat Tarot, http://www.aeclectic.net/tarot/cards/tarat/
The Rabbit Tarot http://www.aeclectic.net/tarot/cards/rabbit/
the Mary Hanson Roberts Tarot, http://www.aeclectic.net/tarot/cards/hanson-roberts/
the Whimsical Tarot http://www.aeclectic.net/tarot/cards/whimsical/
the Baroque Bohemian Cat Tarot http://www.aeclectic.net/tarot/cards/baroque-bohemian-cats/
the Halloween Tarot http://www.aeclectic.net/tarot/cards/halloween/

Using tarot can be a great help when trying to look at all the options in regards to things that happened in the past and present situations you find yourself in. It helps your subconscious consider things your conscious mind may have missed. A non-threatening deck goes a long way to making something unknown to your parents (and therefore scary) seem not so scary after all. Many of the decks above don’t look like tarot yet they still read like a standard deck.

A very good book to get also would be 78 Degrees of Wisdom. It goes over card by card what’s symbolized on each and why that symbol is there. By learning the base meaning of each card and then the details within it, you can more easily get a good overview on each.

Answer by Max Cruise
You can use any cards you desire.
Randomly dealt cards cannot predict the future nor comment on the present.
Learning to tarot card readings is the same as learning nothing.
Tarot cards are bogus.

Answer by Scarlet MacBlu
No. They are not a good “substitute.” They are not the same thing. They are an alternative, not a substitute. Playing card divination and tarot card divination are two different systems.

Both can be very useful, but they are not the same system. If you want to learn how to read playing cards, then study how to read playing cards. If you want to learn how to read tarot, you’ll need a tarot deck. If your mother permits it, I would highly recommend getting yourself a nice tarot deck.
As far as your mother’s reasons? I don’t know your mother, but if she has a reason for not wanting you to have a tarot deck, that’s not an issue I can resolve for you.
-Scarlet

PS: A great book on playing card divination is “54 Devils” by Cory Hutchinson
http://www.amazon.com/Fifty-four-Devils-Folklore-Fortune-telling-Playing/dp/1491225785/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1390661899&sr=8-1&keywords=54+devils
five bucks for the book, three bucks for the kindle version. Very good resource!!! I highly recommend it!

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