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Can a tarot card reading tell you if you are going to die soon?

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Can a tarot card reading tell you if you are going to die soon?
How about a psychic? I was around one right before I was re-diagnosed. She owned an alternative store out here. It seemed like she was drawn to me. It also seemed like she wanted to tell me something. Should I go back and talk to her,,, Or get a tarot card reading done? I am curious if the alternative treatment I am taking is working, or if I am just wasting my time.

Suggestion by D
Tarot doesn’t really work. And do you really want to know how you’ll die?

Suggestion by MAN of MYSTERY
Nobody can tell you when you’re going to die. If it makes you feel better to see the psychic, then go see them…but tarot cards are just cards with fascinating symbology. Just cards.

Suggestion by Chipmunk
No they cannot (though depending who you speak to will have different opinions based on their religious/spiritual beliefs) the idea is the future is not set in stone and so it cannot tell you.

I would not advise that you go back. Don’t be sucked into that type of overly-mystical attitude, it’s easy to feel drawn and worry about it and it is both illegal and unethical for anyone to start throwing around predicted deaths etc. For your worries you can go and see your medical team and they will in addition to providing you with medical advice they can help advice you on how you can use alternative therapies and the like to aid you in your recovery.

Any medical team is designed to help you with meeting all your needs and any tarot reader/psychic that is ethical and following guidelines will, in fact, offer you the same advice. What is important is to never, ever accept any type of medical or health related “alternative” therapies without the acceptance from a GP (I say this as I am aware of where I live one unethical hoax of a “wiccan” who gave a cancer patient a stone to put in water and drink, which is actually toxic).

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How can I work with with people in tarot card reading?
I’m 14 and my parents cannot afford all my books and other compulsary needs for school. I bought a pack of “Psychic Tarots by Dean Holland” , are they good to work with other people or do I need to buy a traditional pack of cards?
I don’t want any dumb answers , I want you to answer my question, Tarot card reading is what interests me .
recently my parents lost their jobs , I bought my tarot cards a very long time ago before my parents lost their jobs

Suggestion by G A Y JESUS
You’re poor and spent money on tarot cards instead of books for school?

Wow, you’re dumb.

Suggestion by Cindy
I looked at the Psychic Tarot, and I think they will do just fine for learning. They have all the Major Arcana, and the non-court cards from the Minor Arcana. Since the missing cards are the “court” cards (which are famously hard for the beginner to interpret) I think you can learn to do readings easily using these cards. If a book came with the deck. read it but most people find the books that come with decks to be pretty worthless so if it is confusing you, don’t bother.
Use whatever is your best means of memorization (mine was to write the cards’ meanings down in a notebook) and do small, simple spreads to start, 1-3 cards at most. Since you have access to the internet, go to learntarot.com and read additional meanings for the cards there. There is also a wealth of information at aeclectic.com. After a while you may want to get another deck, but for now these should be fine. Enjoy your journey!

Suggestion by carolyne
Any cards are good to do reading and to “work with people” (not sure what you mean by that). You can even do readings with simple playing cards, you will just need to know how to interpret them.
The priority when you chose a deck, is to make sure the pictures “speak” to you, meaning that you will respond to each illustration in an emotional way. Try first to get familiar with your deck by playing with it, by becoming familiar with each cards. Then, slowly, you can start to do small spreads and see how it goes. Enjoy!

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picked same cards 2 xs in a tarot card reading?
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In a tarot reading what does The Sun,The Queen Of Wands & Devil regarding a cross country life changing move?
question was asked 2xs.The second time similar cards were turned the sun, the queen of wands and the king of wands (a different deck was used the second time) What do you think this means?

Suggestion by Alexander
Fate is rigged?

Suggestion by Misscpb

Have a look at the following tarot web sites that should be able to help you ok





Lots of Love
Misscpb xxx

What does it mean if you do a tarot card reading and most of the cards come from the major arcana?

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What does it mean if you do a tarot card reading and most of the cards come from the major arcana?
I did a reading the other day. I was doing a celtic cross reading and 5 of the 10 cards came from the major arcana. Does this have any significant meaning?

Suggestion by yyyyzz (wise)
Yes, if the reading was for someone else – important factors* to be considered. No, if you are reading your own – means nothing. Can’t read your own cards, you are very, very biased.

* major arcana’s are easier to interpret.

Suggestion by auntb93
One of the first things you should do in any reading is count the number of major arcana. If there are more major than court cards and pips put together, the reading is more a character analysis and less divinatory. If there are more major arcana and court cards put together than pips, it may be divinatory but pretty important. If the pips dominate, you are looking at a pretty directly divinatory reading.

Suggestion by Miss 6
When I was learning to read tarot the Major Arcana cards indicated that it was more immediate. I also agree with auntb93 the reading does become more of a character analysis

Need information about Tarot card reading?
I recently had a tarot card reading and i was just thinking about it when i went for the reading i didnt really feel drawn to any of the cards so i just picked 6 ramdom cards would this have any effect on the accuracy of my reading?

Suggestion by Cindy
Nope it wouldn’t have any effect on the accuracy. The picked cards are the picked cards. In fact the ones you picked without really feeling drawn to them might possibly be the most pure ones, uninfluenced by anything and able to tell you their message most clearly.

Suggestion by Boba Fett
Feeling drawn to the cards doesn’t matter. That’s just an emotion.

Tarot cards are paper & ink. They don’t know anything, they have no message and they couldn’t tell you if they did. But I like the pretty pictures.

Suggestion by vid
Some readers suggest that you pick your cards. That could actually be quite an accurate reading. However, I usually shuffle the cards, but if a card(s) fall out I take special notice of them. 6 random cards could possibly be the cards you were supposed to get. However, I hope when choosing those cards you were thinking about your question because if you weren’t thinking of your question it might not be accurate.

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How do you interpret my tarot card reading?
I asked, “Which card describes my future dating life?”

I said future because I’m not dating right now.
I forgot to add the card I got was The Emperor.

Suggestion by Tasteless skittles
Queen of spades, this means you will turn into a lesbian

Suggestion by ?
The Emperor is all about power, control and order. How do you feel about a lot of structure? With the Emperor we are talking about a LOT of it. Structure can force us to stop getting into negative or unhealthy patterns. It can get us back on track. My advice to you for dating is to take more control, really occupy the throne. If you find yourself being meek or mousey or in any way self-loathing acknowledge the emotion, and let it pass away without getting in your way.

If you meet an Alpha Male type it could go south unless you like a lot of tension.

Just my thoughts, hope it is in some way helpful

Suggestion by believer_in_jesus37421
Have you ever asked yourself why you find things like this so fascinating? The reason, I suspect, is because down inside you feel uncertain and nervous about the future and think these things might help you feel more confident.

But this is precisely why I urge you to put your trust in God alone for the future. As I have often said, predictions like these about the future are almost never on target (or else they are too vague to really mean anything). Why build your life around them or get your guidance from them? They are only a substitute for the guidance you really need—which is from God.

My other concern, however, is one that I hope you will take very seriously. These things may seem innocent and amusing at first—but it’s easy to get more and more fascinated with them, and eventually become involved in occult practices that are not from God.

Don’t be misled: Occult practices are not from God, but from spiritual forces opposed to God. Instead, put your faith and trust in Christ. When we know Him, we know we are safely in His hands no matter what the future holds. The Bible is right: “When men tell you to consult mediums and spiritists … should not a people inquire of their God?” (Isaiah 8:19).



When doing a tarot reading what does it mean when a relatively positive card is in a negative placement?

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When doing a tarot reading what does it mean when a relatively positive card is in a negative placement?
In the book I have says when a favorable card falls into an unfavorable position the meaning of the card does not remain valid.It indicates the shadows of the arcacna. I’ve been trying to find out more on the internet and am having a hard time :(:(:(

Suggestion by Rhode
It depends on the card and the placement, but I’ve NEVER had a reading where I considered a card not valid just because it seemed incongruous with its meaning.

Just because a book says something, doesn’t mean it’s true. The Tarot is a method of fortune-telling that channels one’s own insight through images and names.

I usually take such cards to have negative implications of their initial meanings.

For example, if I have a Sun card in a position that is in a negative place, I interpret that as empty, transient happiness… The kind you might receive from money or power. You may feel happy for a time but it isn’t real. The Star card in such a place might mean laziness or giving up – The Star represents a time to rest; instead you might be resting where you don’t necessarily need to, or just downright giving up.

Suggestion by Life Is…
There is a very good rule in tarot, especially for beginners. Keep it simple. This sounds like a really crappy spread. Try a simpler spread, or simply ignore the positional meanings per se and read your spread based on how the energy of each card modifies the other. Too many esoteric, trying to be too deep spreads out there can confuse the beginner. Keep it simple, and tarot will speak to you in ways you’ve never imagined.

Suggestion by Rev. Lynn D.
I use the Celtic cross spread and there are no unfavorable positions.

Try finding a new spread and take the meanings of the cards for what they are.

What does it mean when you draw the Hanged Man, The Judgement, and the Death card in a Tarot reading?
I did a simple 3 card draw, which was a Love, Mood, and Career Reading for the Day. Respectively, the cards that came up were The Hanged Man, The Judgement, and Death cards. I didn’t like the feeling these cards brought to me. Any Ideas on what it could mean???

Note: I dont do these often, I am really just curious.

Suggestion by ppp
Stand Back.

Suggestion by Jay
it means when you shuffled the cards those ones landed on top.

Suggestion by the REAL truth
it means you have the belief that the tarot cards are guided by an intelligence. yet you do not believe in God the Creator of the universe.

you have great faith to believe what you do

and although there are countless variations on the tarot deck, you have picked the one that is right!!!

yes YOU!!!

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Can any psychic do a tarot reading for the next 12 months?
It’s new years and I’d like to know my future. Can you answer whatever questions I might have about the future for the next 12 months?

Suggestion by HelloGoodbye
Please do not believe any claimed “psychic”, for no psychic of my knowledge has the ability over the internet. Any who claim to be able to, are hoax’s. Please disregard anyone saying they can do this.

Suggestion by ~*S*~
Agree with first answer.
There aren’t any “Psychics” and plus if there was and they told you something bads gonna happen then you’re going to ruin your life by worrying about it.
Also if it was real then Y!A is definetley not the place.
Not trying to be harsh.

Suggestion by Philomancer
You have a great need for other people to like and admire you. You have a tendency to be critical of yourself. You have a great deal of unused capacity which you have not turned to your advantage. While you have some personality weaknesses, you are generally able to compensate for them. Your sexual adjustment has presented some problems for you. Disciplined and self-controlled outside, you tend to be worrisome and insecure inside. At times you have serious doubts as to whether you have made the right decision or done the right thing. You prefer a certain amount of change and variety and become dissatisfied when hemmed in by restrictions and limitations. You pride yourself as an independent thinker and do not accept others” statements without satisfactory proof. You have found it unwise to be too frank in revealing yourself to others. At times you are extroverted, affable, sociable, while at other times you are introverted, wary, reserved. Some of your aspirations tend to be pretty unrealistic. Security is one of your major goals in life.

What do these 3 tarot card mean together .?

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What do these 3 tarot card mean together .?
I have tarot card deck & I was doing I reading for myself am just a begginer so am so got at it . I just did a simple layout . The 3 card layout the past , present , future . There are the cards that I got in order the 4 of wands , the queen of cups , the devil . Can someone tell me what does that mean because I have an idea , but still need some help . The first 2 cards were upside Down .

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Suggestion by Greeny
Nothing? Tarot cards are fake and inaccurate…

– Greeny

Suggestion by angelfly
they are just cards if they are not asked a question first.

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What is the name of my tarot card deck?
Hey! My grandmother just got this tarot card deck without an instruction book, and though I’ve searched the Internets, I can’t for the life of me find the name of the deck let alone instructions and card meanings.

The deck is 36-cards total consisting of 4 suits: spade, heart, acorn looking thingy, and circle looking thingy. The numbers go from 6-10, and then there’s a 0, U, A, and K card with pictures. All the cards have mirror images of what’s on the card. For example, the acorn thingy K card has a picture of a king and acorn thingy on both sides (so if you flipped it upside down it would look identical). Same thing with the 7, 10, A etcetc.

If anyone knows what the name of the deck is or has any information about the card meanings or anything like that at all, please let me know!


Suggestion by Razordance
It doesn’t sound like any deck I’ve ever heard of. I’m not sure how it would even be usable if the cards are the same on both sides. A tarot deck would normally have 22 major arcana as well as 1 through 10 plus Page, Knight, Queen and King of each suit, which are normally Rods (or Staves), Swords, Cups and Pentacles (or Coins). Maybe some kind of odd oracle deck?

Suggestion by Phil
Sounds to me like you have a Central European playing card deck. These are usually 32 or 36 cards, with four suits: Hearts, Bells, Leaves and Acorns. Both types of decks feature an Under, an Over, a King and an Ace for each suit, as well as the numbers 7 through 10 (6 through 10 in a 36 card deck)

These cards originated from countries such as Hungary, Austria, Slovenia, the Czech Republic, Croatia, Slovakia and Germany, just to name a few.

These are not tarot cards, per se. Though any cards can be used for anything, these cards are specifically designed for a few card games, such as Ulti and Preferansz.

Hope that helps!

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What is in a typical tarot deck?
I know that tarot decks differ depending on geography, system of belief, etc. but i was wondering, what is in the most common kind of deck? how many cards are there? are there suits? just tell me what you know, if you know a cool way with a spread to go with it put that in too! basically anything and everything you know about tarot cards is welcome 🙂

also, this is because I’m thinking of designing my own deck, so if you know a particularly easy (in terms of a small amount of cards) deck, let me know.

Suggestion by surojabu
Although there are many, many decks (too many to list), the Rider Waite deck is the most common deck used. It is by far the most popular deck around. It is the one most people imagine when they think of a tarot reading. It is the medieval looking deck and has the following cards:

Major Arcana:
Fool, Magician, High Priestess, Empress, Emperor, Hierophant, Lovers, Chariot, Strength, Hermit, Wheel of Fortune, Justice, Hanged Man, Death, Temperance, Devil, Tower, Star, Moon, Sun, Judgement, World

Suit Names: Wands, Cups, Swords, Pentacles

Court Cards: King, Queen, Knight, Page

There are 78 cards total in the deck; 22 major cards and 56 minor cards.

Here is a site that has several decks available to view and learn about.


Of course, you should also look into all of the Oracle Card decks available as well. Such as: Healing with Angels, Goddess Guidance, Gypsy Oracle Cards, Wisdom of Fairies, just to name a few.

Suggestion by Agena
She’s right and I can’t add to that. Rider’s a good deck and get Waite’s book to go with it. Avoid the Crowley deck, the symbolism is off and it has “bad” vibes.

Suggestion by philebus
About all that can said of a ‘typical tarot’ is that it has five suits, one numbered 1-21, and four each with ten cards numbered 1-10 and with four court cards. There is then an extra card, often numbered 0 in occult packs, called The Fool. And that’s where typical ends. We could still talk of what is typical per region – there, even the number of cards will vary, as well as the themes. To see that, we should look at a little history…

Playing cards arrive in Europe during the mid 14th century via the Islamic world. These earliest packs had, like our own, 52 cards split into four suits. These suits were cups, coins, scimitars (a type of curved sword), and polo sticks. Each suit had three court cards, being a King and two subordinates – though these were not illustrated as, by most interpretations, living things could not be depicted in art.

Europeans did not know of Polo at that time, so this suit became batons and the court cards were illustrated with a King, a Rider, and a Footman. These cards are called the Latin pattern and are still used to play games in countries such as Italy, Spain, and even parts of South America. French suits are seen in France during the 15th century and become dominant in most, though not all, countries because their pip cards were much easier (therefore cheaper) to reproduce.

Tarot cards were created in Italy in the mid 15th century for the Milanese court by adding a fifth suit of picture cards. These cards took as their theme a triumph procession, hence their early name of trionfi, meaning triumphs and from which we get our word trump! There was also an extra card called The Fool – it was not actually part of the trump sequence and was used as a type of wild card. The earliest pack we have had 6 court cards in each regular suit, being a male and a female in each of the three ranks. Most of the extra cards were dropped, retaining the Queen and giving us a pack of 78 cards.

It was (and still is) common throughout continental Europe to play games using packs that have a reduced number of pip cards. This became the case for many of the tarot games and so in some regions they are only sold with the number of cards required to play. The most common pack in central and Eastern Europe has just 54 cards!

There were also packs with unusual arrangements of trumps. For example, the Tarocchino (or Tarocco Bolognese) used in Bologna replaces the II-V of trumps with four equally ranking cards called the Four Moors. Another excellent pack – though sadly no longer in use – was the Florentine Minchiate, which added an additional block of nineteen trumps. This sophistaced game died out early in the 20th century but at one time was highly popular, with records of it being played as far afield as New Orleans in the mid 19th century!

At the start of the 18th century, German card makers began to produce tarot cards with French suits, replacing the traditional trumps with designs of more regional relevance – such as local land marks. Also produced were packs that featured animals (and these can still be found today in Germany). As I’ve mentioned, French suits were much cheaper to produce and this pattern of tarot card quickly became dominant in Central and Eastern Europe – evantually gaining dominance in France by the early 20th century. These packs feature a wide variety of themes, from comic book characters, national costumes, historic events, and even pin-ups.

At the end of the 18th century, a Parisian occultist, Antoine Court de Gebelin, published his belief that the cards were of Ancient Egyptian origin and began the use of the cards in Divination. This also gave rise to occultists redesigning the cards to better reflect their beliefs and it is these cards that are better known in the English speaking world.

And that’s that. With all of the games and occult beliefs being catered for, there is so much variety in tarot that it is hard indeed to call any a “typical” tarot.

If you want to design your own pack, then you might like to take a look at this site first – in case you want to design them with a view to getting a pack printed:


Edited to add: I don’t know why I got the thumbs down – my reply is both factual and non-judgemental. I’ll add some references if there is any doubt.

has anybody ever went in person and got a psychic reading or tarot card reading?

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has anybody ever went in person and got a psychic reading or tarot card reading?
I would like to go visit a psychic in person i have never did it before what can i expect

Suggestion by ☼Adrian☼
I’ve gotten tarot readings from my cousin for free many times. It’s interesting and accurate.

Suggestion by Julie Weaver
I wrote about my first experience on a Hubpage. I didn’t understand the symbolism then, but I took it up as an interest and then professionally.Very interesting.


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is it true that you CAN’T get a true tarot card reading on Yahoo Answers?
cause i got one from someone and it was extremely accurate about how i am. However, it included someone else, so i don’t know if their part is true, but my part is really accurate…so, is it true that if you get a reading on Yahoo Answers, it would most likely be false?

Suggestion by Wicked Witch of the West
That would depend on the reader. Some are very good at remote reading, I’m not, you have to touch my cards before I can read.

Suggestion by ☻Elijah’s & Isaiah’s Mom
no you cant you would have to be in the room with the person so they feel your energy don’t trust anyone THAT YOU THEY CAN DO IT OVER THE PHONE OR ONLINE

Suggestion by vid
I wouldn’t EXPECT to get an accurate reading on here. You can get an accurate reading online or over the phone–contrary to what some state. I know this because I’ve done numerous readings for people over the phone and over the internet.

If you feel that you received an accurate reading from on here you might have. I just wouldn’t expect to get an accurate reading from here, but you very well could have.

www.asknowtarot.com My name is Jenny, and l want to tell you something about getting a tarot card reading online. Things that l feel you should know about. Especially, if you are looking to get a great Tarot Card Reading. And if you want to save yourself time and money…as well as, the frustration of not getting the answers you were seeking, by having a tarot card reading online that did nothing for you. But who am l to tell you anything, you might well ask. Well, l have been psychic since l was very young, and i know a thing or two about tarot card readings. See, over the last number of years, l have had quite a few tarot readings online. Oh Yes, Many. And one thing I’ve learned, is that there are many different types of tarot card reading online that you can get online. Some expensive. And some not so. And some that are a total waste of time You can even get a free tarot card reading if you want from many sites, but l would not recommend this, as l think they are a waste of your time. You’re not going to get much information in such a short time, as most of the time will be taken up with all the preliminaries etc. Likewise, simple yes and no questions are not much good either, and you usually need to do a proper tarot spread of cards, and look into the issue before you get real answers. And, as a psychic, l also know, that as you delve into any Tarot reading, other issues to do with the questioner always show up, and this usually requires different spreads of cards