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How to Read and Interpret Tarot Cards

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  • If you've ever been tempted to try a tarot reading with playing cards, you've probably wondered how to lay them out and how to do a reading—this article is for you.

    Playing Card Tarot Spreads

    Playing Card Tarot Spreads

    by Bev G22

  • When a person is under the influence of Wands energies, it feels as if one can conquer the world! It's positive, fire energy, so use it wisely and see the growth in your life!

    Motherpeace Round Tarot Cards Suit of Wands

    Motherpeace Round Tarot Cards Suit of Wands

    by Jean Bakula20

  • You feel you are ready to delve into tarot, but first you need a deck of cards. How do you decide which will suit you best?

    How and Where to Buy Tarot Cards

    How and Where to Buy Tarot Cards

    by Bev G8

  • Tarot cards do not predict the future. They clarify the current situation and supposedly take the feelings and thoughts of our deep unconscious mind and bring them to the forefront. A good tarot card reader is able to use the different cards to determine their meaning.

    How Tarot Readings Work: Science or Pseudoscience?

    How Tarot Readings Work: Science or Pseudoscience?

    by Tessa Schlesinger5

  • The Celtic Cross is one of the most widely used tarot spreads. It is also one of the most complicated and is worth taking the time to study.

    Tarot: The Celtic Cross Spread

    Tarot: The Celtic Cross Spread

    by Bev G10

  • This guide will give an in-depth analysis of what each card in the wand suit represents in the areas of general life, work, love, finances, health, and spirituality.

    Tarot Cards and Their Meaning: The Wands Suit

    Tarot Cards and Their Meaning: The Wands Suit

    by VerityPrice2

  • Teach yourself to read the tarot with this easy guide. The study of tarot is time consuming and you must be willing to commit to a learning schedule. These step-by-step suggestions may help you.

    No-Nonsense Guide for Reading the Tarot

    No-Nonsense Guide for Reading the Tarot

    by Jean Bakula6

  • Many people read tarot cards, but not all of them read for clients. A reader needs to think about both ethical concerns and practical ones before reading for others.

    Reading the Tarot for Clients

    Reading the Tarot for Clients

    by Jean Bakula12

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