Tarot Cards – Rider Waite – What manual is best to learn?

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Tarot Cards – Rider Waite – What manual is best to learn?
I have the tarot cards and the book that comes with them, but it is really hard to decipher. Anyone know of a manual that actually shows photos of each card and interprets each? It is soooooo confusing when I look in this 100 page booklet with no identifying photos, and try and figure out which card is being referred to and how to actually do this!

Suggestion by fooles.troupe
Have you tried Googling for this info?

Try looking here for a start.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tarot#Card_usage

Suggestion by WebWeaver
1st off understand that it does take time, and practice. One of the best books for a beginner, and that has RWS (Rider-Waite) pixs is Learning the Tarot.

I suggest this book because the layout of the information is really well designed. You can use the exercises or just use the card information pages. The pages for the cards also has room for a person to make their own notes. You can also test it out online 1st. I’ll put the link in the source list. I used the book for about 2 years before I could afford it. It’s always easier to have the actual book, cuz you can’t take a computer to bed with you ;-)

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What is the proper way to dispose of tarot cards?
My tarot deck was ruined by some water damage. They are totally destroyed. What is the best way to dispose of them. Could I bring them to my local shop and (partially) trade them? I don’t want to actually physically throw them in the trash, but they have more or less disintegrated and are totally useless. What should I do??

Suggestion by xanzibar
physically throw them in the trash

Suggestion by Snowie
In the dark of night they should only be placed into the “Good Will Box”

Suggestion by topazelf
Trash can.
Why would you have to do anything special? It’s just cardstock.
I guess if you’re really environmentally conscious, you could recycle them.

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Should you read you own tarot cards for your own benifit?
ive been reading my own deck. Is this good tarot ettiquette or does someone else have to read your cards for you?

Suggestion by Nelle P
Im not sure. I have a deck of tarot cards that I read too. I assume it is fine but Im not sure about tarot etiquette

Suggestion by ChainLightninG⅜
If you are going to buy random psychic ability, try The Magic 8 Ball ®. I am the only professional reader in the world and soon will have a DVD of lessons for sale. Also I’m going to have a limited amount of balls that have astrology signs instead of the number 8. Just imagine your psychic ball with the symbol of your choice.

My system is guaranteed to work as good as tarot cards or better.

Suggestion by Voodoomoonchild
I’ve been reading my own cards for years. In fact, I’ve never had my cards read. I choose to read them for myself. There is a lot of rubbish out there about Tarot etiquette that is just plain hog wash.

Do what feels right for you and forget about “etiquette” it’s all a myth.

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  1. tear them up and throw them away.

    or if your cold, you can burn them in the fireplace

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  2. Fireplace.

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  3. Central N.Y. Guy says:

    There is no proper way and these things of evil deserve no proper burial . Just throw them away or burn them. There not to be respected or revered. I take that back. You probably should burn them so no one else ignorant gets their hands on them.

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  4. seeker of jehovah says:

    throw them in the trash

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  5. Tales of a 31yo nothing says:

    Just like a Bible, it might be kind of rough at first but it should be used as toilet paper.

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  6. Are they still recycleable? if they are; do that

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  7. Average Mike says:

    >>What should I do??<<

    First you need to send me all your money wrapped around the tarot deck and I will dispose of it in the approved way.

    Second and much more important, you should get to work on obtaining your GED.

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  8. mechanically challenged says:

    Throw them in the trash.
    Or do you put those cards in some high religious belief?
    If so than ask the cards.

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  9. I would say recycle them.

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  10. You can dispose of them however you see fit. They are pieces of card stock with no power, the power comes from within yourself. Tarot cards are a tool and nothing else, an Axe can not chop wood by itself, but if someone used it to chop wood, it really would be the person chopping the wood, not the Axe. So to get back to your question, you can do whatever feels right. If simply throwing them in the trash doesn’t feel right, maybe you could bury them, or even burn them.

    Blessings, Mia.

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  11. Hi Lorena

    You definitely can, and should read your own cards, its a wonderful way of getting to know your deck and familiarizing yourself with the Tarot over all.

    That said, the more important the reading is to you, the less likely you should make the Pull yourself; this has nothing to do with etiquette but rather the fact that your hopes, dreams, fears; will bias the pull; for a reading that is of substantive importance to you I would suggest you seek out an unbiased reader, either a friend, someone you know Through an online forum (I have done online readings they are no harder than in person ones) or through your local metaphysical store.

    As I am guessing you are a beginner I would suggest this exercise to you; you might wish to purchase a 2nd deck for it; once a week pull 7 cards face down, and place them on a small easle (such as any craft store will sell) someplace safe.

    Then each evening turn over one card, and reflect on if and how that card manifest in your day. I think you will find Blasé days are more often off, but days with an intensity to them are very much more accurate and on point. The reason you do this at the end of the day is if you should pull – oh Death the Tower, something scary to beginners, you dont want that weighing on your head all day; reflecting on the cards at the end of the day you will see these “Scary” cards often have quite trivial manifestations.

    I have read for 10 years, done well over 500 readings, and I still engage in this routine, like a Ballerina’s Bar; it is just the basic exercise of Tarot. Blessings, BB.

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