tarot card reader

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Within your religion, what reasons are there for you to ignore/separate yourself from certain people?

I keep hearing about how people who use tarot cards etc are evil and should be shunned by all Christians; what else is there? For Chistians and other religious groups?

I hear not being Christian is also a reson why a Christian can’t marry you; what is your opinion of this?

Answer by Fedex
Tarort card readers get their power from somewhere, and it’s not God. Therefore, it has to be from the other sorce. The devil. It’s witchcraft and we shouldn’t be messing around with that stuff. Getting married to someone who is not a Christian could cause a lot of conflict in a marriage. Which could lead to a divorce. That would be a sin. Also, it’s easier for a Christian to get pulled down by a non-Christain, than it is for a non-Christian to get pulled up by the Christian.

Answer by Rob P
I am bringing the teachings to the world that separation and the act and thought of separating is what is destroying humanity.

We are all divine with the love of God. I do not judge or condemn. Ours is to but love, unconditionally.

Much of Christianity does not openly profess such things but the actions of the church leadership does.

The saying, “Tis better to be like Christ than to be like a Christian” reverberates greatly in today’s times. But this can also be said of any such religion, faith or philosophy. Ego is the root cause of all separation because it is ONLY ego that sees itself as separate and different from others.

Blessings

Answer by Frou Frou
tarot card readers get their power from nature and the universe
if god made those, its always from god is it not?

and christianity decided all paganesqe tradiotons were now to be branded evil, so hence they are ignored and seperated
despise the fact that chrisianty is base don paganism, along with many others

Answer by tekn33k
For me, a Chaote… of sorts (if I have to put a label on it), tarot cards are pieces of paper with drawings on them. Now I’m not exactly a skeptic, I’ve been reading Tarot cards for almost 8 years now and of course what comes up in the readings can, and most times does happen in real life but I’m not so naive to believe that the magic that’s happening has anything to do with a pack of mass produced cardboard slabs. You can buy tarot cards in almost every bookshop. Are unknowable magical forces really so prevalent in our world that every pack of tarot cards produced is somehow a gateway to a world of demons and omens?
When you’re reading tarot cards, or tea leaves (is all tea picked magic too?) or regular playing cards, or rune stones is the diviner somehow bridging realities and asking the permission of dark forces to scry the future and relay the information back by guiding in the selection of certain objects with a preset symbolism or meaning?
No. It’s psychology. Powerful yes, magical no, at least in a literal sense. Try it yourself. Take three playing cards off the top of a deck, lay them face down and side to side and reveal each one by one.
Without any knowledge of numerology or cartomancy, use whatever memories or ideas you can bring to the surface to attach a meaning to each card that is revealed. Maybe you think 3’s are lucky, so that’s a good card. Hearts might symbolize love to you, so the 2 of hearts might immediately bring thoughts of relationships. You might think the Clubs suit seems slightly ominous and that the black cards are more negative than the red cards. You could do the same with a bag of smarties if you wanted to. These aren’t spirits you’re conversing with, they’re your own thoughts and ideas. Tarot works the same way to a certain extent, only a tarot card reader will of course be swayed by the accepted meaning of each card to a certain extent. There are lots of them, most of them are vague enough to come true no matter what (you will possibly find yourself in a tough financial situation at some stage, but you will be able to recover if you work hard and never give up hope… etc etc) and they’re packed with enough pagan (and Christian) symbolism to keep the active minds of most superstitious people working overtime. A good tarot card reading is the skillful marraige of two peoples (the reader and the querant) conscious and subconscious hopes, fears and beliefs. Do it right and it can be a life changing experience for both partipiants, in the same way as a session on a wholly non-magical psychologists chair can be.

As for religious bans on intermarrying, it depends on where in the world you are. Christianity is a diverse religion, there are many different branches of the faith and even within those branches, geopolitical factors and local tradition will often result in regional differences in the way a faith is celebrated. If the hardliners want to keep it in the faith, more power to them. From a purely selfish point of view, if the worst came to the worst and I fell head over heels in love with a hard-line Baptist girl, my own belief structure is flexible enough to allow me to fake conversion for the sake of our happiness 🙂 Christianity isn’t the only religion that has this practice however, pretty much all the main stream religions do. It makes sense, intermarrying will only bring outside influences which, although good for the longterm health of a religion, are bad for its overall integrity.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Is going to a card reader a sin?

wanting to go to a card reader but scared its a sin or witchcraft. she’s not a tarot card reader, or a palm reader or anything like that. she just reads a basic deck of cards that we’d use to play gold fish or something.

Answer by A Really Cute Kitten
You are wicked and you need to cleanse your sins on Sunday…every Sunday…just make a big donation every time you screw up and you are good.

Answer by Lindsey
Chill. Even if she were tarot card reader or palm reader, it’s not a sin. Because God does not exist.

Answer by samir_sogay
I don’t know your religion but it is forbidden in Islam.

Answer by Daniel
No, it’s simply ridiculous.

Answer by Punkin eater
although beliefs like this persist, the only penalty is that it helps you teach your brain to make mistakes in logic and reasoning, which will not help in your intellectual development

in addition, people who find out you believe things like this are likely to not trust your thought processes in other ways.

I for example wouldn’t believe your opinions on any deep or philosophical issues

Answer by Jesus is the son of God. Obey the commandments!
Yes, it’s considered omens and divination. Beware; turn away from it. Do not listen to those who say that it isn’t a sin, they are rebellious and disobedient to God.

Deuteronomy 18:10-12 Let no one be found among you who sacrifices his son or daughter in the fire, who practices divination or sorcery, interprets omens, engages in witchcraft, or casts spells, or who is a medium or spiritist or who consults the dead. Anyone who does these things is detestable to the Lord.

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1 John 3:4-10 Everyone who sins breaks the law; in fact, sin is lawlessness. But you know that he appeared so that he might take away our sins. And in him is no sin. No one who lives in him keeps on sinning. No one who continues to sin has either seen him or known him.

Dear children, do not let anyone lead you astray. He who does what is right is righteous, just as he is righteous. He who does what is sinful is of the devil, because the devil has been sinning from the beginning. The reason the Son of God appeared was to destroy the devil’s work. No one who is born of God will continue to sin, because God’s seed remains in him; he cannot go on sinning, because he has been born of God. This is how we know who the children of God are and who the children of the devil are: Anyone who does not do what is right is not a child of God; nor is anyone who does not love his brother.

1 Timothy 1:8-11 We know that the law is good when used correctly. For the law was not intended for people who do what is right. It is for people who are lawless and rebellious, who are ungodly and sinful, who consider nothing sacred and defile what is holy, who kill their father or mother or commit other murders. The law is for people who are sexually immoral, or who practice homosexuality, or are slave traders, liars, promise breakers, or who do anything else that contradicts the wholesome teaching that comes from the glorious Good News entrusted to me by our blessed God.

Answer by Miss 6
No its neither witchcraft or a sin.

Answer by Rebel
Tarot is not demonic, nor is it witchcraft. Tarot is a way of connecting with a Higher Power, whether it is 90-odd percent of the brain we don’t use, the collective unconscious, or God/Goddess.

Its reputation as being Satanic was cultivated by the Christian church because tarot represented a direct threat to their power. The Church had to be able to control the masses in order to amass the power & wealth they were hungry for (watch The Borgias). Tarot gave people the option of spiritual autonomy, and further, could be used by women, which was was unacceptable to the Church.

So when tarot started to be used as a form of divination in the 1300s in Italy, the Church quickly proclaimed it the Devil’s Bible – something that is still being stridently parroted by Right-wing Christians to this day.

Keep in mind this was – to quote the Bible – someone with a massive beam in their eye pointing the finger at someone with a tiny mote in theirs. As far as I know tarot readers have not murdered and tortured en mass.

On the other hand, the Church’s claim that tarot was Satan’s Bible was bracketed by the Church launching the Crusades in which hundreds of thousands died, and then torturing & murdering an estimated 5 million people during their Inquisitions.

I have a YouTube channel on tarot & touch VERY briefly on the history of tarot here:

Hope this helps.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : How to know when a tarot card is reversed?

Is it when the card is facing the reader or the one getting the reading done?

Answer by Marina
If the card facing the READER is upside down, then it is reversed.

Answer by Johnny Outlaw
Fake…dont even look at em

Answer by lou lou
ahh no thats wierd

Answer by Doucareordounowme.
i dont now i havent learned that step yet =) email me please

Answer by Father Juan
It makes no difference ’cause it’s all hokem anyway

Answer by Valley R
the words are upside down

Answer by bigboyscottb
Ya when its upside down its reversed.^_^

Answer by hi4they
idk what the heck it is, but idk the answer. ty 4 2pts

Answer by SadharaSatguru
Hello Hamilton

A card is reversed when it faces the reader upside down.

Sadhara
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