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
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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.
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).