No matter if you are a firm believer in the tarot or not I think most people have a natural curious fascination.
And why wouldn’t you? For starters they are ancient. Probably first used why back in the 14th Century. They appear to be a problem solving tool rather than a predictor of the future.
I have been using them since I was in my 20’s. My mum bought me a pack, which I still use today. The rider Tarot. A very popular deck that was first designed over a hundred years ago.
Before I received the gift of my tarot I used to do readings with ordinary playing cards. They were obviously harder to interpret but I had fun trying.
Mostly I get good feedback regarding a reading. I am descended from original Romany gypsies. Maybe that helps. I really don’t know. What I do know is if the person I am reading is over skeptical the cards are harder to decipher. It is important to have an open mind.
A pack of tarot cards is made up of 22 major arena cards which depict long term direction and show the bigger picture. Plus 56 minor arena cards focusing on everyday decisions. Together they offer a lot of scope and advice.
In my experience it doesn’t seem to matter if a person is on the phone, online, or in the same room as you – the power of the tarot still appears to work.
I recently tweeted that I was doing a few readings for free and received a lot of interest. The comments after were very encouraging.
It is spot on. Thank you.
Thank you May. That does actually make some sense!
Thanks May. Very helpful.
Feels very true.
Gosh, really insightful.
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