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.