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.
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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.
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.”
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what religion would my beliefs fall under?
i’ve been wondering for the past few days, what religion i would be if i were to choose an organized religion. please, no “why do you need a set religion?” or “your beliefs are wrong. try jesus.” 🙂
i believe in continuous reincarnation. no heaven no nirvana at any point, ever. continuous reincarnation for eternity.
i believe in karma.
i do NOT believe in a personified god. there is no magic man upstairs that set everything into action. if anything, what we call God is the Universe itself. humans are part of what we call god, the earth is, the animals are, the trees are, other planets are. i suppose you could call it Mother Earth but not to be mistaken, it doesn’t just include our dinky little planet. this is my strongest belief. i would never believe in gods/goddesses/a god/a goddess.
i believe evolution is the primary origin of most species, with a beginning i’m fuzzy about 🙂
everything else is mostly atheist beliefs. except i believe in ghosts. and tarot cards and divination are immensely interesting to me, but i don’t believe they have any supernatural significance.
thank you everyone 🙂 feel free to ask me anything. thanks again.
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Suggestion by BlueSkies You’re a Reincarnationist, a very spiritual person and waaaay ahead of your time.
What can keep one so attracted to the gloomy, the morbid, the mysterious, the mortal?
I am perfectly aware that this amount of text is overwhelming for the average Internet-surfer; feel free to skip as much as you like.
I assume that, possibly, this attraction of mine might be related to the fact that my childhood was, in most part, spent in social isolation from my peers—mostly due to lingual and cultural barriers, I suppose—after my parents migrated with me to a foreign country when I was 4-years-old. It’s not necessarily so, however. The Freudian Death Drive often comes to mind when I speculate on this question. The question cannot be analysed thoroughly by you without me providing you with further information of this attraction’s manifestation in my life. 😐
Since childhood I’ve been a rather bizarre chap. My earliest memory of such a fascination is from the time when I was 5-years-old. Then I sometimes enjoyed to imitate the Byronic hero, dressing in dark clothing and trying to seem extraordinarily and eccentrically indifferent to everything, and I even remember an attempt to build a coffin for myself, being inspired by Bram Stoker’s story of ‘Count Dracula’; nevertheless, of course that, at that time, no matter how strongly I tried to look emotionless, the childish character always overtook me, hehe. ^_^
By the age of 7, I became literally obsessed with the Christian concept of the devil and the eschatological symbolism of the Apocalypse of John. Later I also got into Norse mythology, religions of the African diaspora and the such, but at that time it was mostly about Christianity; which, unfortunately, didn’t mean to me anything but carving reversed pentagrams and pentacles on wood, signing them with the ‘Number of the Beast’. I remember how my eyes glowed with delight when, still aged 7, in my parent’s bedroom I discovered a tarot card depicting the Devil. I was taken several times to psychologists by my parents because my parents were concerned about the recurring motive of bloodshed and torture in my drawings (although I was excellent at drawing, let me boast). ;-P
With the arrival of puberty I began searching myself in the world, experimenting with such things as sex and drugs. It was not until the age of 12 that I awoke with the realisation of the futility of all human endeavour. It triggered that which I would define as an existential crisis, manifesting brightly for a period of about a year or so (including suicidal thoughts, mind you). At that time I took an atheistic, anti-Christian position, also adopting an Epicurean or LaVeyan kind of hedonism. A year later, though, I tried living my life for some time as a religious theist after being initiated into my father’s Hassidic Judaism. “Vanity of vanities, saith the Preacher, vanity of vanities; all is vanity.” (Ecclesiastes 1:2) :-\
If you’re wondering where I am now, I’m 16-years-old and currently residing in Ukraine with my grandmother—fascinated with various philosophies and religions such as Thelema, spiritually oriented as agnostic, nihilistic, hedonistic, pragmatic, mystic—consciously bisexual, not very social but not isolated either—an aesthetic appreciation of the introverted sides of life, albeit without rejection of the extroverted pleasures it offers—hoping to use appropriately the time left for me upon this earth. o_o
Curiously, this attraction—fascination, interest, drive, call it as you will—has undoubtedly influenced my personality in many aspects; for example, my tastes in clothing, music, literature and film. As a retrophile, I admire Gothic architecture for its beauty and grandiosity, for its sense of mystery and a vibe of aristocratic arrogance. My favourite deity is, perhaps, Loki or Dhumavati or Maržanna, the last being the goddess of death in my native pantheon, although I do have ‘brighter’ deities in my favourites. I like pale skin and, on some people, even dark circles underneath their eyes. Obviously, my favourite bird is the raven (yeah, like in that Allan Poe poem), and I’m considering to adopt a black cat, naming it ‘Lucifer’ (humorously, I got the idea from the 1950 Cinderella film). I don’t like exposure to sunshine, so summer is definitely not my favourite season; that title is taken by autumn. Aye, how glorious is she, the fair maiden Autumn, the season of Nature’s moribund! =D
What doth it mean?
@Dani, that’s why I left a message at the head of the thread, saying,
“I am perfectly aware that this amount of text is overwhelming for the average Internet-surfer; feel free to skip as much as you like”,
which means you can skip it altogether if you don’t feel like reading it—but you didn’t read even that? Oh, come on, people, have you ever heard about literacy? It has been around for millenia.
@ye bo, okay… what the hell does your answer have to do with the question?
@Abomination of Desolation,
Hm, I should have used a dash there instead of a comma in order to avoid confusion like I had intended to. No, I didn’t use all those ‘tic-suffixed’ adjectives to describe Thelema; I used them to describe my own worldview and spiritual perception.
Is Thelema nihilistic? Ill, for Thelema’s Evangelium is way too optimistic, extroverted and outgoing to be associated with this word. This is not to say that Crowley didn’t have nihilistic ideas of his own, first arising during his years in Cambridge and later appearing in some of his writings.
Is Thelema hedonistic? Probably so. “When you drink and dance and take delight, you are not being ‘immoral’, you are not ‘risking your immortal soul’; you are fulfilling the precepts of our holy religion—provided only that you remember to regard your actions in this light.” (Liber DCCCXXXVII: ‘The Law of Liberty’)
Is Thelema agnostic? Well, it’s hard to tell because Thelema doesn’t impose a particular belief system
@Abomination of Desolation,
Is Thelema agnostic? Well, it’s hard to tell because Thelema doesn’t impose a particular belief system regarding Divinity.
Thelema does have its Pantheon, but I haven’t met much Thelemites who view the Deities thereof as more than archetypes or
symbolic characters to be revered. Crowley writes that the personifications in question are there merely ‘for literary
convenience’ (source: part II of the introduction to Liber AL vel Legis). Let it be brought to attention that the Prophet
self-identified as agnostic during the time of the reception of the Book (source: ‘The Equinox of the Gods’), which is a view
that he apparently retained later in his life (source: ‘Magick without Tears’, chapter XXX).
I do wish to debate this further with you. If you are reading this and are sharing the same wish as I, feel welcomed to
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The above-shown irregular braking of paragraphs happened accidentally; ignore the queer gait.
“[… U]nderstanding yourself can give a start to stop associating yourself with them [the unconscious roles of ego].”
That sentence of yours caught my attention. The dangers of associating oneself with the unconscious—I was taking some personal notes about it just before posting my question on the website. I was lead to it by Carl Jung’s rebuke of this desire of mysticism present in many cultures, the desire to unite with God, which is a desire of identification with the unconscious, according to his notion. I suspect this desire is a disguised or subliminal longing for death; thereby, a morbid and unhealthy desire.
In ‘The Psychology of Kundalini Yoga’ he writes: “That is one of the great difficulties in experiencing the unconscious—that one identifies with it and becomes a fool. You must not identify with the unconscious; you must keep outside, detached, and observe objectively what happens.”
Suggestion by Dani soz but thats alot to read
Suggestion by Lika As I see it you’ve created that world of your own, dark and grave, having an eminent intellectual potential you use it that way. In a way, you had no other choice – feeling yourself separated ( isolated fragment of the Universe – that’s how I feel it from your story) you were impacted by your unconscious fears – every ego is full of them, fears provoked thoughts, you were trapped in them, generating new fantasies and attracted by the certain things, also black or ominous… your brilliant mind did the job. Actually what you have described are the roles of ego, and as long as they are unconscious, you can’t stop playing them. I think it’s a great thing that you are asking this question now, understanding yourself can give a start to stop associating yourself with them, thus you’ll be able to make a shift from conditioning into awareness. Does it make sense for you?
I can give you a link to listen to an interview on the state of no mind and different frequencies and levels, and if it resonates with you, I am sure you’ll easily find more opportunities for yourself for such a shift into the space of consciousness, which is absolutely opposite to the mind and its games.
Hope you find the truth and love 🙂
Suggestion by Abomination of Desolation 93,
I don’t care about most of that [Indeed you would not like the word I’d use to describe what you described], except this: “Thelema, spiritually oriented as agnostic, nihilistic, hedonistic, pragmatic, mystic”
Thelema is not Nihilistic, nor is it hedonistic [In the traditional sense]. It’s also not “Agnostic,” as it follows in the Gnostic traditions with the standard ‘Occult’ [As in, the philosophy developed in the Renaissance Occult circles]definition of “Divinity.”
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Would it be a bad idea to start playing with an Ouija board or Tarot cards?
My preoccupation with the future has led me to this question. Christians say those are tools of the devil. Is it evil to go searching for the future?
Suggestion by Saint Onle In the sense that you are wasting your money on useless crap … yes.
Suggestion by Corey No, it’s not evil. But if you’re trying to get predictions of the future, it will be a waste of time. Ouija board, at best, just let’s you find out what your subconscious mind is thinking, if you’re unable to figure it out on your own. Tarot, at best, is a catalyst to think about a question in a new way.
Suggestion by I’m on a mission from God I wouldn’t only because you’ll be wasting time and money, and most likely feel pretty stupid afterwards.
Nothing will happen.
What do these 3 tarot cards mean together?
I was doing a reading about a relationship regarding how someone feels about me, and it was supposed to be only one card but these 3 jumped out… The star, the empress, and then the five of wands. Thanks for your help 🙂
Suggestion by Tea The Star card says that you probably already have a good idea about how this person feels about you…it’s staring you right in the face. Your gut feeling is right.
The Empress suggests that this person finds you very attractive and/or charming.
However, the 5 of Wands indicates that this person may think you can be a little difficult or confrontational sometimes.
How to read tarot cards?
I’m learning how to read tarot cards. Tarot cards have different meanings if they’re placed right side up or reversed. If you’re giving a tarot reading to someone else, is the “reversed” card meaning it’s reversed for the person you’re reading it to, or is it reversed when you see it?
Suggestion by Liberal Asskickers Nightmare Oh that’s a real toughy, that is.
Suggestion by CC When the reader accepts the deck that has been shuffled by the questioner, the reader makes sure to maintain the correct orientation of the deck so as to properly read the “reversed” cards, as they would appear “reversed” to the questioner.
Suggestion by moddy almondy Reversed = opposite meaning.
What would the KNIGHT OF SWORDS tarot card mean in terms of physical appearance?
Suggestion by Shippo It all depends on ninterpetation, everyone does it different. So what does it mean to you?
Suggestion by Safÿre I can’t tell you the physical appearance, because I don’t ascribe to the belief that Swords are redheads or Wands are blondes or anything of that nature. There are those who do of course, and I am not denigrating their beliefs. Just I don’t think any court card represents a particular physical aspect.
What I do believe is that the Knight of Swords is a crazy person. Not crazy in a bad way (mostly). Just they are the sort of people that act first and think about it later. Very much the epitome of fools rushing in where angels fear to tread. Think of someone screaming “charge”, and you have the Knight of Swords. The Knight of Swords would describe pretty much anyone that is into extreme sports. Little bit nuts!
Suggestion by jplatt39 Swords are dark or black haired and while they can be fair skinned they usually aren’t. A Knave is a boy or youth. A Knight is a man in his prime, and a King is an older man. So if it is supposed to represent a young man or youth then it will be a strong or powerful one.
What does this tarot card combination mean?
I did a love reading, not a past/present/future but a general three card combination and I got:
Two of Cups
Knight of Wands
I was wondering if anyone could tell me what this combination could mean…Thanks in advance!
Suggestion by DaniNyko the Deinonychus ☭ Two of Cups
Knight of Wands
Rofl? is that a Gay sex double entendre
Suggestion by junemoonchild I’d say he wants to go to you but he has to end his current way of life and get a whole new way of life in order to find love with you.
Only once he lets go of it, can he embrace you.
Suggestion by Meg Two of cups suggests there is a great deal of talking going on. There are good times, great communication, sometimes it can mean a great relationship in the making. Hanged man deals with making the choice to actually do something about the relationship. It tells you to $ *%& or get off the pot. If you don’t ask you’ll never know. Knight of wands I used to get with my first boyfriend. It’s about taking this as a relationship to have “Fun” but that’s about it. It can also be a great work relationship. If you’re serious about it, look elsewhere. But again these cards are all telling you you don’t know if you don’t ask.
What would be the best set of Tarot Cards?
I know basically nothing about tarot cards, so if someone could clarify the fact that some tarot cards seemed to be named different types of sets. For example: Egyptian, White, Goddess, Gypsy Witch, etc, etc.
So what’s the deal? And which set do you prefer?
Suggestion by Aragon The tarot has been around for a long time, at least since the Middle Ages, so there are a lot of different decks. If you are new to the Tarot, you might want to start with a classic deck, such as the Rider-Waite deck. Buy yourself a good book, and learn the basics. I recommend Joan Bunning’s website, www.learntarot.com.
After you know the basics, many tarot decks would be suitable. The key is to pick a deck that you feel connected to. That means enjoying the art of that particular deck.
I hope this is helpful.
Suggestion by Let it Rain Try checking out the website below. It lists hundreds of tarot decks, information about the making of the deck, historical associations, etc. My first deck was the Medieval Scapini. I really liked it, because the book it came with gave several meanings for each card and my readings were quite accurate! I gave it away a few years ago when I felt like I was using them too much. Then recently I decided to purchase a new deck. The website below helped me to choose, and I chose the Touchstone Tarot by Kat Black. It is beautiful. I haven’t used it much, but the first reading I did for myself seemed accurate and helpful.
There are many different themes for tarot deck artwork, influenced by different cultures. You can browse through a bunch that call to you and narrow it down to the one you like best. I got this book called “The Tarot: History, Symbolism and Divination” by Robert M. Place (used copy on amazon.com). I agree with the first answer that the Rider-Waite deck is often recommended for a first deck. Try checking out a few books from your library to learn the meanings of the cards and various spreads.
Hope this helps. 🙂
Can I use tarot cards to contact my dead relatives?
Okay so my sister just died last Friday and it was really really sudden and so no one really knows if she ‘s okayy or not. she was 16 and I was thinking about getting some tarot cards and trying to check on her. Cause my mom is totally again Ouija boards. That and I’m pretty interested in tarot readings and all. Any help would be great but please no “she’s happy now” or “don’t bother her” or anything. I need help here. So yeaa please help! Thanks in advance to all who help.
Suggestion by 😀 RAWR! no. non of that stuff works. if someone dies. their dead, and theres noting you can do to talk or interact with them.
Suggestion by J.R. Okay so for starters.
I have lived and seen
7 people die for doing
that type of crap.So,don’t bother.
I don’t have much info to give
but just that little advice.
Suggestion by Andy K that stuff doesn’t really work, however a lot believe that if you pray or talk to ur dead relatives before sleep, they can talk to you in your dreams.
Where in a bookstore can i find tarot cards?
I really want to buy some and im thinking about buying a book on tarot card/reading too.
Suggestion by nickipettis only a few bookstores carry Tarot cards.
Try a new age bookstore, an old fashioned head shop, a feminist bookstore, or amazon.com.
Suggestion by breyet_leyet They, most bookstores don’t stock many cards, anymore.
Maybe an occult shop.
Better yet, for large selection, go to
you can look at the pictures, and choose what you like. free web site,
go to the store.
They can be good meditative devices.
don’t get crazy and over consult.
plus you have free will, and can change anything, by changing your decision, actions, habits,
and out and out prayer.
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).
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