What does it mean to get conflicting cards in a tarot reading?
and why might this suggest that someone is involved with someone else?
Suggestion by Doc Bill
Nothing, really. Whenever I do a reading, I always tell the person(s) it’s only good for entertainment – nobody can tell the future with Tarot – or with the I Ching or crystals or any other supernatural means.
Suggestion by Ghost Wolf
I was told it means the cards are telling you to stop bothering them with the same question.
But I side with Doc Bill. I see them more as a fortune cookie. What you get is advice. It might be useful, it might not, but that really depends on how you use it.
Suggestion by Elaine M
Since each card has over 8 upright meanings and over 5 reversal meanings, it likely just meant you didn’t use the correct interpretation.
How would i set up and do a tarot reading?
I just want to know how i do it in other words.
Suggestion by Lilith Raven
It would take more than YA to teach you….
Check out Amazon & look for related books….
Suggestion by gwhiz1052
You buy a deck of cards,pretend they are alive and their pictures have meaning.
Suggestion by curious_boyz
read the instruction
How do you choose your significator for a Tarot reading? Do you tie it to your Sun sign?
ie. how do you personally choose your significator ? Do you tie it to your Sun sign? Your appearance? Do you let the deck pick for you?
I personally use the Queen of Cups as a sig. if I’m asking a relationship question (Pisces ascendant and Mars) and Q of Cups if I’m asking a career question.
Suggestion by alice
I let the cards choose the significator in a reading. But certain cards do represent me and show up often.
My cards are 9 of Pentacles, Hermit, High Priestess, and Queen of Swords(somewhat). You know my chart. 😉
Suggestion by LiveReadings
Personally I don’t choose a significator. I let the querent choose the first card as the significator. This has proven to me to be more accurate from a soul perspective of what the querent really needs to be focused on or is really concerned about.
Suggestion by Helen
I don’t use one, if I did I would probably use the Queen of Swords as it represents my personality and my sun sign.
There are some quizzes you can do to find “your” card (personality wise):
What Tarot card are you?
Which court card are you?
The answers can change depending on how you are feeling!
The following systems use numerology and/or astrology:
Raven’s Tarotscope (uses numerology and astrology with Golden Dawn system):
The Persona Cards section in Tarot for Your Self by Mary K Greer (p39) relates the 12 zodiac signs to the 12 court cards, e.g Cancer is Queen of Cups.