does anybody know how to read palm?
i was born on december 23, 1991
Suggestion by Bored101 You have many more years ahead of you along with a bright future… only if you stay in school though.
I went to this women who reads palms and such for a living and?
im with someone at the moment, but she told me they arent my soulmate.
i feel like there is no one better than them plus we are engaged… i love them more than anyone and i know theres no one else.
then she tells me theres another man coming into the picture?
i dont understand how she even got that from reading my palm???
please help me. do you think this is true?
I am fairly young. I’m only 21.
Suggestion by javagrl i guess anything is possible. just keep an open mind about things. If you love your bf, then don’t worry so much. Just because she told you doesn’t mean that its true, you can always change these things with the decisions you make. Don’t worry so much.
Suggestion by Firefly No one can accurately foretell your future. Take what she told you with a grain of salt. If you are very young, she wouldn’t be far off in stating another man is coming into the picture. They always do at some point. Don’t base life choices on fortune tellers. Use common sense instead.
Suggestion by chainlightning38 Do you want control to your life? Or do you want some strangers to make all your life decisions? Based on myth and superstition.
Learn from the past. Live live in the present. Accept that the future is unpredictable and that is what makes it a life. Time to grow up. Live the now.
I want to be able to read palms… Anyone know how?
Are there any palm readers here? I have a psychic ability and I can read tarot cards, but I want to learn how to read palms also. Tips on how??? Thanks. [:
Please, don’t say psychics aren’t real or that kind of stuff is dumb, or anything like that. I would rather you skip this question rather than being rude. Only answer if you turely know, thank you!
Suggestion by Katara M No……….=(
Suggestion by ☼AstrologerJuliAnne☼ A great book on learning how to read palms is called “Hand Psychology”.
Suggestion by Astro Lady You can start by going to some online palm reading sites. One that i use from time to time is:
Start with hand shapes, finger length, major lines (Life, Head & Heart). Those are the basics of palmistry.
does anyone here knows how to read palms?
i noticed that my baby have only two lines on his palm…im just wondering if someone would read it for me!
Suggestion by ann may well, i dont, sorry…
Suggestion by ♥gigi♥ you cannot read a childs palm
Is there anyone know a website where they give out free tarot cards?
I always wanted tarot card without paying for them.
Suggestion by phaja1niner Well you won’t get free actual cards here but you can get a free reading @ http://www.llewellyn.com/free/tarot.php. Lots of decks and spreads to choose from there.
Suggestion by Lillith no free decks from anywhere that I have seen.
Make your own would be a fun way of having a deck and not paying for it
Suggestion by J G You could try http://www.aeclectic.net. They have a forum there, where people trade tarot decks. You probably wont get a free deck (although, it’s been known to happen) but you could trade something you have for a deck. Some people trade for books, crystals, stones, and other stuff. It might be worth a try. Good luck.
How many of you go online looking for a free tarot reading?
I’m guilty of it!! Was hoping i wasnt the only one, lol. I myself am a novice tarot reader, i use playing cards instead of tarot and i practice on anybody i can find, lol. Anyways, do u know of any free tarot sites??
PS…i could use the practice, get ahold of me if your willing to let me practice on you!!
Suggestion by Tril no not me..
ive never done anything of that sort..
but hey whatever rocks your boat right
Suggestion by thinkin’ out loud Not hardly…
Suggestion by Janie S http://www.free-tarot-reading.net/readings/
im guilty its fun to read what it says so dont feel alone
What site gives you free tarot and psychic reading or any other type of readings from real people ? thanks?
Different cultures do different types of reading for the future? I am curious of the different ones and how spot are they. Thanks
Suggestion by Alexia Riveria the world.
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Free tarrot reading and others everyday
Suggestion by Rose google and the world!! haha thats a funny one!!
Does anyone know symbolism of Tarot cards?
Traditional art for the tarot cards are laden with symbolic imagery and I’m looking for in depth details. Tower with the lightning bolt for god’s wrath (Tower of Babel) is the sort of symbolism I’m looking for but with all the cards. Not the meaning of the cards but more along the lines of way the symbols and images are there. History of Tarot cards would be a plus. Any books or web sites?
Suggestion by halcon http://www.aeclectic.net/tarot/
Have a go on the forums, meander round the site.
Also worth having a good look at 78 Degrees of Wisdom, a classic tarot book that doesn’t over emphasise interpretations, it talks a lot about the cards, and encourages you to learn them and make your own connections.
The Tower isn’t about “God’s wrath”, it’s about sudden and dramatic change in the main. The thing about tarot is that it is extremely individual. One starts by looking at the cards, and seeing whether they mean anything to you. Books are good for beginners as they give basic interpretations, but there is so much more to it, that after a while you have to put the books away and go on instinct and intuition.
Suggestion by Elisheba I can answer if you ask
email me privately firstname.lastname@example.org
out of the caves.
Suggestion by philebus Well, the symbolism of tarot depends much upon which tarot cards.
Tarot cards were created in mid 15th century Italy for the Milanese court and consisted of two parts: a standard pack of Latin suited playing cards and a fifth suit of picture cards.
The Latin suited playing cards made their way into Europe from the Islamic Malmuks in the late 14th century. The Malmuk cards feature four suits of cups, coins, scimitars, and polo sticks. Polo was not played in Europe at that time, so this suit became batons.
The extra picture cards took as their theme a Christian triumph procession, hence their early name of trionfi, meaning triumphs and from which we get our word trump. And this is what they were, a suit of fixed trump cards for use in card games – games that continue to be played to this day. It is quite possible that these cards tell a Christian allegory of some kind but we just don’t have enough information to be sure or to speculate as to what it might have been. However, if you want to understand the images it is best to look at them in the context of when and where they were created.
For example, the Hanged man is featured suspended by one foot, often holding money bags. It Italy, this card was called the Traitor – because that is how Italians executed traitors, suspended by one foot and left to die slowly and publicly. However, there was also the practice of shame pictures – an artist would be employed to draw the likeness of someone who had betrayed a trust suspended this way, the picture would then be displayed publicly to shame the betrayer. It is worth noting that the most common subjects for these pictures were bad debtors – hence the money bags!
You mention the Tower and this is an uncertain card. Many early ppacks did not feature a tower but a burning building – it was sometimes called the House of the Devil.
In the early 18th century, German card makers began to make French suited tarot cards, replacing the trump designs with a range of subjects such as regional costume, animals, or landmarks. These designs have gradually become the dominant ones used for game play.
At the end of the 18th century, French occultists began to adopt the cards, believing them to have come from Egypt and representing their ancient wisdom. Consequently, they bagan to modify the traditional designs to better reflect their ideas. In the early 20th century, British occultists, adopting and building upon the French beliefs, began to radically redesign the cards, packing them with occult symbolism. Most occult tarot packs made for English speakers are based upon the symbolism of the RWS or the Crowley Thoth packs of this time.
Does anybody know anything about tarot cards?
My friend has tarot cards and I drew three cards, and to me what they had to say didn’t make any sense. Can somebody explain what they mean as a whole? I mean altogether. I had wheel of fortune, page of wands, and ace of cups.
Suggestion by ~Skytheria~ It depends on the question you asked, and the spread you chose. Since I don’t know these things i can only give you general information concerning the cards.
The Wheel: You’ve reached a turning point in your life. The hub of the wheel relates to stability, but the outer rim portends change,taking a gamble.
Page of Wands: A phone call or e-mail you’ve been hoping for arrives.
Ace of Cups: A happy situation is about to start or is already in the beginning stages. (new love, new start, new opportunities)
Is it a coincidence that the Tarot Cards I pulled are the same?
Ok, I know this might sound impossible or fake, but when I used my Tarot Cards do depict an answer the cards I pull are always the same. I wanted to know what is the future of mankind. And I shuffled my cards and redid the reading 30 times and its always the same. Im just wondering, is this a scam or what?!?!??!
Suggestion by Chanell F if ur doing it how can it be a scam…
i’ve read my own cards a bunch off different times also, and althought all the cards dont come out the same the major ones do.. so maybe it’ll really happen
Suggestion by Songwolf Really we can’t say. We didn’t see nor pull the cards. Being the person that pulled the cards, it’s up to you weather to believe them or not.
Suggestion by Jenny S That depends on how much belief you have in the cards, and how much you rely upon them. The fact that your readings come up the same every time when you read for this particular question means there is something there, perhaps if you dig deeper you will be able to find out the answer below it all. Also, I want you to keep in mind that when you ask a question like, “what is the future of mankind?” you are leaving the field very open to how the spirits want to answer you. They may decide that you are talking about the group of mankind around you, or they may decide you are only talking about yourself. Try being more specific with your question by asking the cards something like “what is the fate of the world’s population if we continue on the same path that we are currently on?” You might find the answer finally changes. If so, perhaps you need to investigate your previous question or explore other similar but more specific questions to get the full answer you wish to understand. Remember, the spirit world moves in a different way than we do.
Are ouija boards and tarot cards really evil?
I would like someone who has experience with ouija boards and tarot cards to answer this question.
Suggestion by redwire i have a ouigi board in my closet, me and my friends would play with it – they where so afraid of that thing. nothing ever happened
Suggestion by Jormungand no. the ouija board is owned and manufactured by the Milton Bradley board game company.
Suggestion by The Baron No. They also hold no powers.