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What Not To Ask The Tarot

The tarot can answer everything, right? You just think of your problem, lay out the cards, and shazzam, you have your answer, yeah?  Wrong!  While the tarot cards are certainly there to guide you and to provide insight into your troubles and concerns, there are just some questions NOT to ask the tarot.  ELEVEN QUESTIONS NOT TO ASK THE TAROT  1. WILL MY LOVER LEAVE HIS WIFE?  Or any other question about another person’s life that is not directly related to you. This brings up issues around privacy and accuracy. Privacy because you are delving into someone else’s private life  using the tarot cards without their permission. And accuracy because you will still be seeing the situation from your/the client’s perspective and not necessarily the situation at hand. 2. WILL I WIN THE LOTTERY?  The lottery is...


Become A Tarot Reader

There are two levels of tarot readers at Tarot Group Trainee / Practice Readers (Free) Certified Readers (Paid For) Become A Trainee / Practice Reader In order to become a Trainee / Practice Tarot Reader in the Chat Rooms and on the Forum you must participate in the chat and on the forums for 4 weeks. This means actively getting involved in our community. In return for your free readings, you will be offered feedback from the person you are giving the reading too. This will help you grow and develop your skills. You will also be shadowed by a Certified Tarot Reader who will also guide and assist you. (all trainee / practice readings must be done in the presence of a Certified Reader) Become A Certified Reader In order to become a...

How To Read The Court Cards Like An Expert

Court Cards in the tarot are often the most complex and confusing cards to interpret. Why? Because there are so many different ways to interpret them – as people, as personalities, as situations, and more. In this post, I show you the different ways to read the Court Cards and share some tips on how to know which method to use when. Court Cards As Specific People Most often, Court Cards represent a person. That person can be either yourself or someone else. By understanding the personality and attributes of the card, you can pinpoint whether it is yourself or someone else represented by that card. Court Cards primarily reflect personality traits and characteristics. They provide clues as to how a person thinks, feels and acts, and what truly motivates...