Anybody ever had a Tarot reading that came out to be true?
or vise versa…i had a reading today and im wondering are these tarot cards accurate? know that i got the reading im scared because i thought i was with the person im suppose to marry but the cards say otherwise…i also told my boyfriend and i wish i didnt..now im lost
Suggestion by If u understood scriptures u would not be Atheist
tarot is evil and will be punished by the forces of God on judgement day
Suggestion by The God Cupid
No. I don’t go in the tents on the sea front. They’re for idiot holiday makers who will cross the so called fortune tellers palm with silver, like £10 a throw.
It puts money in to the town anyway I suppose.
Suggestion by Pirate AM™
No, the few that I have had have been completely wrong. So far, the general M.O. of a psychic, astrologer, palmist, tarot reader, tea leaf reader, or anyone else seeking to take your money for telling your future relies on two things, they have a basic script that 60% or more applicable to most people (seriously, most people are worried about love, money and other common traits), the second is the huge amount of information that you are willing to offer up without thinking about what you are telling them.
Basically, they are all scams, period.
Have any of you had an accurate tarot reading?
Has anyone here ever had a tarot reading that actually came true or displayed some sort of relevance to your actual life?
Suggestion by slamman138
Yes it told me to come to YA to tell you that it was a fraud.
Suggestion by Dave P
Anyone who makes money giving readings of any sort learns to read clues from the client and respond to those with general enough statements (narrowed down based on the client’s responses) that the client goes away happy. As a parlor game, tarot readings can be fun. As a way to guide your life, no.
Reading for Lennie who is asking about job prospects in the near future, having been without for an extended time.