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Why do these tarot cards keep coming up?

Why do these tarot cards keep coming up?
Whenever recently I ask something about my ex, Tue page d pentacles and the moon comes up.. I don’t understand, what does this mean exactly ?

Thankyou for your time.

What is the Muslim/Islamic position on things like tarot cards, magic, etc?
What is the specific Islamic stance concerning things like ouija boards, palm reading, consulting shamans,etc?
Are you like christians and jews that absolutely hate it? what does the quran say?
I am curious.

Suggestion by ~*Ω☻Resist☺Ω*~
it’s not even hate, it’s total. it’s Shirk and we cannot touch those things, it would mean disbelief in God.

they are fake and stupid anyway…

:/

Suggestion by Curiously_Undercover
its BS – and its stating that people or stupid man made crap can tell only what God knows.

Muslims believe its HARAM (sinful) to even look into all this BS.

……………..

Islam condemns magic- even what is called the horoscope or luck or reading one’s palm to foretell the future is also prohibited in Islam. This is based on the belief that no one knows the future or the unseen except God almighty. That is why the Quran asserts that even Muhammad does not know the unseen. Concerning this, it says:

“If I had the knowledge of the unseen, I should have secured abundance for myself, and no evil would have touched me” (7:188).

http://www.islamawareness.net/BlackMagic/magic.html

Suggestion by Envoy of Islam
There are among mankind people who claim knowledge of the unseen and the future. They are known by various names, among which are: fortune-tellers, soothsayers, foreseers, augurs, magicians, prognosticators, oracles, astrologers, palmists, etc. Fortune-tellers use various methods and mediums from which they claim to extract their information, among which are: reading tea-leaves, drawing lines, writing numbers, palm-reading, casting horoscopes, crystal ball gazing, rattling bones, throwing sticks, etc. Practitioners of occult arts, who claim to reveal the unseen and predict the future, can be divided into two main categories:

1. Those who have no real knowledge or secrets but depend on telling their customers about general incidences which happen to most people. They often go through a series of meaningless rituals, and then make calculated general guesses. Some of their guesses, due to their generality, may come true. Most people tend to remember the few predictions that come true and quickly forget the many which do not. This tendency is a result of the fact that after some time, all the predictions tend to become half-forgotten thoughts in the subconscious until something happens to trigger their recall. For example, it has become common practice in North America to publish, at the beginning of each year, the various predictions of famous fortune-tellers. When a survey was taken of the various predictions for the year 1980CE, it was found that the most accurate fortune-teller among them was only twenty-four percent (24%) accurate in her predictions!

2. The second group are those who have made contact with the Jinn. This group is of most importance because it usually involves the grave sin of Shirk (associating others with Allaah), and those involved often tend to be fairly accurate in their information and thus present a real Fitnah (trial and temptation) for both Muslims and non-Muslims alike. Not only is the practice of astrology Haraam (forbidden by Islamic Law), but so are visiting an astrologist and listening to his predictions, buying books on astrology and reading one’s horoscope. Since astrology is mainly used for predicting the future, those who practice it are considered fortune-tellers. Consequently, one who seeks his horoscope comes under the ruling contained in the Prophet’s statement: “The daily prayers of whoever approaches a fortune-teller and asks him about anything will not be accepted for forty days and nights.” [Muslim]

The punishment in this Hadeeth is simply for approaching and asking the astrologist, even if one is in doubt about the truth of his statements. When one is in doubt about the truth or falsehood of astrological information, this entails that he is in doubt about whether or not others know the unseen and the future besides Allaah. This is a form of Shirk, because Allaah has clearly stated (what means): “And with Him [i.e., Allaah] are the keys of the unseen; none knows them except Him.” [Quran 6:59] As well as (what means): “Say (O Muhammad): ‘None in the heavens and earth knows the unseen except Allaah…'” [Quran: 27:65]

If, however, one believes in the predictions of their horoscopes, whether spoken by an astrologist or written in books of astrology, he falls directly into Kufr (disbelief) as stated by the Prophet sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam ( may Allaah exalt his mention ): “Whoever approaches an oracle or fortune-teller and believes in what he says, has disbelieved in what was revealed to Muhammad.” [Ahmad & Abu Daawood]

Like the previous narration, this one literally refers to the fortune-teller and it is just as applicable to the astrologist. Both claim knowledge of the future. The astrologist’s claim is just as opposed to Tawheed (Islamic Monotheism) as the ordinary fortune-teller. He claims that people’s personalities are determined by the stars, and their future actions and the events of their lives are written in the stars. The ordinary fortune-teller claims that the formation of tea leaves at the bottom of a cup, or lines in a palm, tell him the same thing. In both cases, individuals claim the ability to read in the physical formation of created objects, knowledge of the unseen.

Belief in astrology and the casting of horoscopes are in clear opposition to the letter and spirit of Islam. It is really the empty soul, which has not tasted real Eemaan (belief) that seeks out these paths. Essentially these paths represent a vain attempt to escape Qadar (fate).

These ignorant believe that if they know what is in store for them tomorrow, they can prepare from today. In that way, they may avoid the bad and ensure the good. Yet, Allaah’s Messenger sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam ( may Allaah exalt his mention ) was told by Allaah to say (what means): “…If I knew the unseen, I could have acquired much wealth, and no harm would have touched me. I am not except a warner and a bringer of glad tidings to a people who believe.” [Quran 7:188]

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Can someone tell what these two tarot cards mean when paired together?

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Can someone tell what these two tarot cards mean when paired together?
i asked if someone is in to malicious behavior or malicious activity’s toward me and my life

here are the two cards that popped up.

the High Priestess

and

the Knight of Swords

this is what i believe in so please don’t leave comments like don’t waste your time etc…

thank you for any answers

Suggestion by Kaybee
A White Queen and a Warrior…

White Queen… spiritually aware, and bright
Knight of Swards- A fierce protector and guardian

Suggestion by Alicorna
IMO:

HP: Their is someone with a high amount of spiritual power, I am getting someone from a nearby church, who is ‘praying for you to see your evil ways’ IOW they are cursing you till you convert.

KoS: A male, I really think a guardian spirit taking a male form, will fight for you and shield you from the curses, just comand him to do so.

Thats what I am getting.

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Can someone read me the tarot cards?
People have read me the tarot cards before, and they were good because what they said came true, but i dont know how to contact them anymore. So can someone read me the tarot cards please? I only have 4 or 5 questions. Please and thanks in advance 🙂
No nonbelievers, or haters. Dont waste my time or yours. Don’t answer if you’re not serious.

Suggestion by Lol @ gullible ppl who believe in Global Warming
Eh…

Suggestion by Brad
Sure, I’ll give it a go.

I’m completely untrained in Tarot, mind, but that only means that my results will be as good as the world’s leading expert in it.

Suggestion by Envy Is My God
what tarot cards? i can read tarot cards, but i was taught that i’m only supposed to use my own decks, and the person getting the reading needs to shuffle the cards

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Did God create the Ouija Board, & Tarot Cards, or did he allow Man to make these items for Man’s amusements?
According to some Christians on here, playing with Ouija Boards and Tarot Cards will get you possessed. How the Hell is that possible when God created them?

Maybe Demonic Possession happens by other means, that Christians are not aware of?

Suggestion by Panthera leo
Christians are prone to superstitions. Ouija boards and tarot cards are both harmless.

Suggestion by Yahswatchman
satan created that garbage threw his mankind. It’s that simple. Don’t dare think for one second that the God of the bible had anything to do with any of that demonic trash.

Suggestion by 忠実空狐 ☯Fidelis☯
Ouija is a funny word.

Can someone help me with these tarot cards?

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Can someone help me with these tarot cards?
I am learning to read tarot cards, but I always have trouble with the court cards. They are frustrating for me and I always have trouble interpreting them. Do they ALWAYS represent real people? Any insight, advice, tips, or explanations would be very helpful! I am using a Rider-Waite deck if that makes any difference.

Suggestion by Willow Moon
You should of gotten a beginners deck, try the gypsy tarot deck.

Suggestion by FlyMeAPenguin
They usually don’t represent “real” people. Mostly, if you (or someone else) gets a court card in their reading, the qualities the specific court card represents could be trying to emerge in you (or whoever you’re reading). Go with you intuition though, if you feel it could represent a specific person, such as a family member, friend, etc, it could.

Suggestion by jjt
the majority of the time yes but it depends on the cards next to them in combinations that will tell you what they mean. it does take a long time to master. so you should take classes

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How can I learn to read tarot cards?
Can someone please explain to me how to read tarot cards? Or at least give me a site to help? Also, is it possible to use a regular deck of playing cards if you know what each of the cards mean? I’ve heard of people doing this and don’t know if it’s possible, and if so how?

Suggestion by Hosea
What a useless skill.

Suggestion by Holly B
e-mail me 2 learn how!!

Suggestion by Vicarious Cynic
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What do you guys think about tarot cards?
Long story short a friend of a friend came over to my apartment with some tarot cards and what he basicly told me was I had no future in playing the bass guitar. Should I listen to him?

Suggestion by Graham
To be honest buddy, I really wouldnt trust what a couple of plastic cards suggest. I would prefer to use the good old magic 8-ball. At least that gives yes or no answers majority of the time

Suggestion by paintingj
I would not listen to him.

I think he might just be playing a joke on you. I do not think the Tarot cards can tell your specific future. They can guide you and bring to a better understanding of your situation.

Suggestion by Kira
It depends on whether or not your friend can actually read them, first of all. Lots of people can remember the meanings of the cards, and go through the motions but they may not have the spiritual ability to use them to predict the future. Yes, tarot cards can be used to answer specific questions, but sometimes the person can misinterpret the meaning. If the bass guitar is something that is a big part of your life, don’t give it up because of what could have been read wrong. You should never make any life changing decisions based on a tarot reading unless you are extremely confident in that person’s abilities and the meaning is extremely clear and can’t be read another way. Keep playing, and good luck if you’re trying to make it your future. 🙂

How would you interpret these tarot cards?

How would you interpret these tarot cards?
The first card is the inverted 8 of swords, there are barriers by others to stop you. They are either just surfacing or are not obvious. This tells me that someone has come between you.

The second card is a ten of cups that is inverted. This tells of a relationship that has run its course and is complete.

The third card is the king of cups. This says that you try to own and oversee love relationships but you are not completely successful at it.

Interestingly enough the fourth card is the judgement card. It is the central decision card in the reading. This speaks of resurrecting something that you thought was dead. As a relationship card spread goes, this means that there is chance for this relationship to renew.

The next card is the seven of swords, It is going back to the ways of thinking that are comfortable to you, the same thinking that you tried to escape in the past. This is like a rebound relationship or an abused woman going to another abuser. (Him using me for sex, me thinking he’s dirty)

The next is the six of cups which could mean a vast host of different things. You may find yourself out of financial difficulties or it could be better health and living situations. There is a temporary end to a physical struggle. It could also deal with ending sexual frustration but just with your body.

The final card in the spread is the ace of wands. It is a new passionate beginning, the seed planted in a male figure. This could be the same relationship with him making a move or a new relationship that starts with passion on the male’s part.

This reading did not show a specific time line nor did it really say that your relationship could be restarted but it did say that there are others that are getting in the way, old bad habits being called to task, but it does end with a relationship and you will have to be less controlling and let it happen.

Suggestion by John Stalvern
You’re gullible.

Suggestion by Pigpen 1
waist of time………

Suggestion by Licentia SaPagamamanohe
It’s not going to work for someone to just tell you meanings of cards, is it, because you’ve got all the meanings there; so exactly what are you looking for? If these cards are read for yourself or for a friends; then consider that there’s no way someone on the internet who has not done the reading and knows nothing about you is going to know better than you what the cards mean. just feel it. If you are having trouble maybe it’s because the reading is not telling you what you want to hear so you’re not hearing it. Ask a friend to help who you can talk with – we don’t know you well enough to comment.

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How many cards are in a tarot cards deck?
Please help I need to know for a report and I can’t seem to find out

Suggestion by Melli
78

The typical 78-card tarot deck has two distinct parts. The first, called the trump cards, consists of 21 cards without suits, plus a 22nd card, The Fool, which is often given the value of zero. These cards are known as the major arcana, or “greater secrets.”

The second consists of 56 cards divided into 4 suits of 14 cards each. The traditional Italian suits are swords, batons, coins and cups. In modern tarot decks, the batons suit is commonly called wands, rods or staves, while the coins suit is often called pentacles or disks. These cards are known as the minor arcana, or “lesser secrets.”

Suggestion by gabrielbeware
go to facade.com and click on tarot on top its free.

Suggestion by hellokittylover7854
78 cards!

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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 .

Suggestion by Please enter a name
Irrelevant.

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!

Thanks!

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.

http://www.azuregreen.com/tarot/tarot-decks-and-cards/

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:

http://www.thegamecrafter.com

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.

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