How do you use tarot cards?
In a fit of impulse shopping I bought some tarot cards and a little book to go with them. Now, what do you use tarot cards for and how do i use them?
Sorry, should have explained better. The little book is really technical sounding, I just wanted to know some basics before I began….
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Suggestion by xzc426
read the little book?
Suggestion by josh!!!! (*_*)
Why don’t you read the little book that came with it.
What’s the difference between tarot cards and oracle cards?
I was thinking of getting these:
Can I use oracle cards the same way I use tarots?
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Nothing they are a hard paper with drawings on them made by people who make profits- Have fun with your toys.
Suggestion by -FYOP- Ruler Of None -1111-
Nothing really …
the actual cards are obviously different …
Tarot follows the same basic cards in every deck though the pictures can be very different from one deck to the next …
Oracle cards are cards that are not standard … in anyway
some people just prefer reading one over the other …
Suggestion by slap and tickle
they have different pictures
What cards in the tarot are the “yes” cards and the “no” cards?
I noticed that when i do an online tarot single spread reading online, i get to have precise answers when i look up the card meanings. Now i want to know what are the “yes” and “no” tarot cards so that when i’m asking a yes or no type of question it would be easy for me to know what is the result. From what i read, the sun and 9 of cups are the “yes” cards, and i want to know the other cards. Thanks.
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I only go with meaning and make a specific question
never do yes/no spread. I always use either 3, 5 or celtic
you can create your own spread as long as you remember meaning of each card
in that sense, you can decide what card is yes, what is no . also
so if your Yes is 9 cups then your No is 9 swords, just suggestion
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These cards mean yes when you ask a positive question (i.e. “Will I do well in the contest?), but they mean no when you ask a negative question (i.e. “Am I going to fail my math class?):
1. The World – Your heart’s desire
2. The Sun – Good new, happy endings
3. 4 of Wands – Something to celebrate
4. 6 of Wands – Success, recognition and accolades
5. 9 of Cups – Your wish will come true
6. 10 of Cups – Contentment and happy relationships
These cards mean yes when you ask a negative question and no when you ask a positive question.
1. 10 of Swords – Utter defeat
2. The Tower – A disruptive or upsetting change. It can also mean disaster.
3. 5 of Cups – Something to grieve about. A loss.
4. 5 of Pentacles – Falling on hard times. Bad luck.
5. Death – Something coming to an end
6. 3 of Swords – Heartbreak or betrayal