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Tarot Reading Tutorials, Science And Art of Tarot Reading, Tarot Reading Articles and Tips

Good Tarot Tools Learn About The Lessor Arcana
The Greater Arcana The Tarot And Secret Tradition
The Tarot In History The Veil And Its Symbol
Conclusion As To The Greater Keys Distinction Between Greater and Minor Arcana
How To Read Tarot In Less Than A Day Strength
Tarot Greater Arcana Death Tarot Greater Arcana Justice
Temperance The Chariot
The Death Tarot Card The Devil
The Emperor The Empress
The Fool Tarot Card The Hanged Man
The Hermit The Hierophant
The High Priestress The Justice Tarot Card
The Last Judgement The Lovers
The Magician The Wheel of Fortune

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» 7 Steps to Finding the Right Tarot Reader and Reading
By TarotReadingSecrets Admin | Published 11/14/2006 | Tarot Reading |  | printer version

Tarot ReaderFor many people, the world of tarot card reading is an exciting, fun and mystical world. Some people approach it simply as a form of entertainment, a neat thing to do on a night out with the guys or girls.


For others, it’s very serious and the predictions given by the reader are taken as fact. No matter which camp you fall into, you want to make sure that the tarot reader you go to is someone that you feel like you’re getting your monies worth from. Someone you connect with and someone who you feel is accurate with their readings. So, how can you find that perfect tarot reader? Here are some tips


It’s all about trust. No matter if you look for a good reader for six months or six hours, once you find a tarot card reader that you trust, he or she will usually be the right one for you. Tarot card readings can be very intimate experiences for many people and if you are wondering about the reader’s legitimacy with the turn of every card, than you most likely won’t believe in the reading or enjoy yourself.


» A Brief History of Tarot
By TarotReadingSecrets Admin | Published 11/5/2006 | Tarot Reading |  | printer version

TarotMost of what I'm going to lecture from come from Cynthia Giles' book: The Tarot, History, Mystery and Lore and some other resources

The origins of the Tarot have been attributed a wide range of wacky sources – paleolithic cave paintings, gypsy folk lore, Moroccan mystics and even gifts from space aliens to Egyptian priests!. Most of these stories are, of course, speculation of the wildest, most ridiculous kind, and only serve to muddy the waters when it comes to understanding the Tarot. If you’re going to use the cards, it’s important to understand where they come from – so that you know their rich history, their potential and their value – and not put faith in silly urban legends.

Tarot on parade


The first mention of the cards was in
the 14th century, called “Tarocco” and used for games – and already, authorities were lecturing against its use. The first known deck was made for the Vicsconzi-Sforza family of, designed by the artist Bembo. According to Tarot expert Gertrude Moakley, the various characters illustrated in the major arcana represented the triomfi, or parade, that accompanied Italian celebrations.


» How to Give a Tarot Reading in 7 Memorable Steps
By TarotReadingSecrets Admin | Published 11/2/2006 | Tarot Reading |  | printer version

Tarot CardsThere are many, many ways to read Tarot cards, but it helps to have a consistent method that you use each time – this way, you can think less about how you're going to read and focus completely on your subject, the cards and their meaning.


A basic Tarot reading can be boiled down to seven steps: Rituals, Shuffling, Selecting, Turning,
Discussion and Refining.

Rituals:
  Rituals are an important part of reading the Tarot, but whatever those rituals may be will be uniquely yours. Some people take special care of their deck, wrapping in a beautiful cloth or keeping the cards in a special box. Other sleep with their cards under their pillow, to increase their connectivity with their deck, and many people feel that the must never read their own cards using their deck. Whatever rituals you employ, including the methods you use to lay out and read the cards, keep them consistent. Before reading, make a silent opening statement – a prayer or affirmation, or a greeting to your inner guide.


» Opening Your Mind to Learning Tarot
By TarotReadingSecrets Admin | Published 09/26/2006 | Tarot Reading |  | printer version
Opening Your Mind to Learning TarotMore and more people these days are using tarot card readings to help predict their futures and guide their decision-making. Indeed, most people that routinely read or have their tarot cards read to them will tell you that tarot cards are an extremely powerful source of information and, when interpreted correctly, can allow people to accurately predict the future and therefore make extremely good choices before life-changing events take place. As with any alternative spiritual practice, there are sadly are plenty of skeptics that criticize or belittle mystical practices like Tarot reading. Ordinarily these people are simply afraid of the power of the spiritual arts, and find non-conventional forms of knowledge confronting or disturbing. If you are serious about learning Tarot card divination, or are simply curious about what you might gain from having your cards read yourself, you should not let skeptics dissuade you. The truth is that many forms of knowledge derive from unexplainable sources that resist conventional strictures like science and medicine. The secrets of the magical arts will only be revealed to those who come them with open minds and hearts.

» Learning Tarot: The Fool
By TarotReadingSecrets Admin | Published 09/20/2006 | Tarot Reading |  | printer version

Learning Tarot: The FoolMore and more people these days are using tarot card readings to help predict their futures and guide their decision-making. It is estimated that Indeed, most people that routinely read or have their tarot cards read to them will tell you that tarot cards are an extremely powerful source of information and, when interpreted correctly, can allow people to accurately predict the future and therefore make extremely good choices before life-changing events take place. As with any alternative spiritual practice, there are sadly are plenty of skeptics that criticize or belittle mystical practices like Tarot reading. Ordinarily these people are simply afraid of the power of the spiritual arts, and find non-conventional forms of knowledge confronting or disturbing. If you are serious about learning Tarot card divination, or are simply curious about what you might gain from having your cards read yourself, you should not let skeptics dissuade you. The truth is that many forms of knowledge derive from unexplainable sources that resist conventional strictures like science and medicine. The secrets of the magical arts will only be revealed to those who come them with open minds and hearts.




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