Tarot thread

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    Aug 04, 2015 1:50 AM GMT
    I'm making this thread for all of the tarot readers lovers out there. Post what ever you want about tarot, including your not so clever memes icon_lol.gif

    I did my first reading for myself tonight in years and both were promising. I won't go to far into details on the first since it was the Celtic cross spread which is 10 cards. I was mulling over whether to take over the lease when my roommate leaves and not get another roommate. This would be a financial burden but could be rewarding in the end. I can turn his room into my spa. My reading was very supportive of this idea so I am going to go ahead and do it, I was leaning that way anyway but this clarified it in my mind.

    I also did a reading on my love life. Using a card for the background, problem, and advice. I got the nine of wands upside down, Temperance, and two of pentacles upside down. I read it as saying. I focus too much on the pain from my last break up. It was a great relationship while it lasted. I focus too much on NEEDING a man and fear of being used and that I need to take a balanced view of what a relationship means as well as give and take instead of only seeking to take. Finally I saw the two of pentacles upside down as telling me to shake up my world. To stop trying to create balance in my life and allow some turbulence into the situation.
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    Aug 04, 2015 2:11 AM GMT
    What do tarot readings, psychic readings, and psychologist visits have in common?

    They all give good advice. It's up to the client to use the advice wisely. icon_wink.gif
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    Aug 04, 2015 2:13 AM GMT
    Oh and to be clear, I used to be into tarot and psychic stuff until taking psychology courses in college. That's where I learned the similarities.
  • Dominican_Gen...

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    Aug 04, 2015 6:37 AM GMT
    I collect tarot decks, already have like 10 different decks.. from a Visconti Sforza fine art reproduction to the so called "gay tarot". But have yet to do my first serious reading.

    Right now I'm more intrigued by the historical aspect of it, and thus I'm looking out for a Grand-Etteilla deck (originally from 1785), witch turns out are quite rare nowadays.
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    Aug 04, 2015 6:50 AM GMT
    Dominican_Gent saidI collect tarot decks, already have like 10 different decks.. from a Visconti Sforza fine art reproduction to the so called "gay tarot". But have yet to do my first serious reading.

    Right now I'm more intrigued by the historical aspect of it, and thus I'm looking out for a Grand-Etteilla deck (originally from 1785), witch turns out are quite rare nowadays.
    If you're still in the beginning stages of learning tarot, please allow me to introduce the first mature stage, which is almost as important as keeping a rabbit's foot in your pocket for good luck.

    Sorry if I didn't mention if it should be in your front pocket or back pocket. I totally forgot that part of the superstition.
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    Aug 04, 2015 7:46 AM GMT
    I also see a white horse in your future!!
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    Aug 04, 2015 7:11 PM GMT
    "The Sacred (egyptian) Tarot"
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  • Dominican_Gen...

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    Aug 05, 2015 2:57 AM GMT
    paulflexes said
    Dominican_Gent saidI collect tarot decks, already have like 10 different decks.. from a Visconti Sforza fine art reproduction to the so called "gay tarot". But have yet to do my first serious reading.

    Right now I'm more intrigued by the historical aspect of it, and thus I'm looking out for a Grand-Etteilla deck (originally from 1785), witch turns out are quite rare nowadays.
    If you're still in the beginning stages of learning tarot, please allow me to introduce the first mature stage, which is almost as important as keeping a rabbit's foot in your pocket for good luck.

    Sorry if I didn't mention if it should be in your front pocket or back pocket. I totally forgot that part of the superstition.


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