How do you read a tarot card if it’s a positive card that is drawn for the problems & oppositions place?
I drew the 4 of wands in the upright position as a problem. The entire spread was positive and then the outcome card was negative, the 5 of wands. How are you supposed to read that?
Suggestion by treebard
this is where the indicator card could give you some guidance
Suggestion by SadharaSatguru
The 5 of Wands isn’t a negative card. It is hard to interpret what they may mean without seeing the whole layout.
The cards, the question as well as the cards layout positions?
You can post your tarot layouts in the forum below for others to look at & discuss.
Is it safe to make your own tarot cards?
I thought they’d be even more accurate if the user is the person who made them, just because the cards would be brought in by your energy initially.
Suggestion by Very Soon
Nothing in the occult is safe.
You want to be safe, be in Gods will for your life.
Suggestion by MissDementia
You could get a paper cut, so be sure to wear gloves. Safety first, ya know.
Suggestion by Old man
No, you might cut yourself with the scissors
Tarot readers, have you ever found yourself repelled by a tarot deck?
My friend’s daughter gave me a deck of tarot cards, and they give me the creeps. I’ve had hundreds of decks in my life and have never had one make me feel uneasy with them. Since its a gift deck, I don’t feel right giving them back, but I don’t know if I want to use them or not. Ideas on what to do with them? Can they be “cleaned”? I don’t normally do that, but I guess I could.
What would cause this reaction?
Suggestion by Eostre
Oh yes, my ex boyfriends “Thoth” deck not only grossed me out completely, but I felt icky for ages afterwards.
What normally causes the reaction is the previous owner using them disrespectfully, or just having really rotten energy. If you’ve been given them as a gift (and you probably don’t want them creeping you out just lying around the place), you can get them cleaned.
If you’ve got some white sage lying around, just light some and pass the cards one by one through the smoke (not the fire, tempting as it may be!!). Some people recommend saying a prayer of consecration/blessing at the same time, but I can’t quite take myself that seriously 🙂
White sage on its own tends to do the trick.
Wrap the deck up in cloth (again, some will say it has to be black silk or satin, I’ve found any material works just as well) and put it aside for a day or two. When you pick it up again, just spend some time shuffling and loking at the cards, getting a feel for them.
(And if all else fails, a proper cleansing in the fireplace should work great! Just say that the dog ate them..)