Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : can someone give me a free tarot reading?

hi am looking for someone who can give me a free tarot reading am really struggling at the minute and with financial difficulties cannot afford to have a private reading dob 18/01/86 thanx

Answer by `
May God bless you all your days.

Tarots psychichs are all liars and witches, and fortune tellers.

Turn your life to God dear one.

Peace always.

Answer by blogdog123
How about I just tell you, things will get better if you get a second job?

Answer by Sjnoring Ejverloodyr
A fork in the road is coming very soon. You will know which direction to take.

Answer by Lord, please save me from your followers
I don’t have any cards but luck would have it that we haven’t been part of a great rapture yet.

Answer by Fireball
tarot.com which proves nothing….ONLY JESUS KNOWS THE FUTURE…better to read REVelation….and pray

Answer by india lima foxtrot
I’ve done your reading and it looks like your knaves are ascending. I’ve done 3 readings and I’m quite sure. As long as you continue to work hard, you will succeed. I mean, work hard and give up internet and cable and eating out.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Anyone in the mood to give me a Tarot reading?

I’m feeling rather aimless and I can’t be buggered for a lot of things. I’d be most grateful.

Answer by AnimeGirl375
Go to teenick.com and go to games; there’s a tarot card reading game on there that seems pretty accurate. You know, if you’re into that sort of stuff.

Answer by Helen
For what it’s worth, you can get a free Tarot reading by a real person via www.ata-tarot.com, www.aeclectic.net and www.realmsofmagick.com. Understand that most people willing to give you a free reading are beginners doing it for practice.

You can also get free automated readings from many websites including aeclectic, facade, ifate, students-of-tarot, mydivination (all except the first dotcom).

Answer by Dipti
You can get in touch with me. Visit my website www.tarotforyou.com for more info.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Where can I get sensible information about Witchcraft?

I really have always been interested in Witchcraft. but it seems like when you search on it most things to come up is about free spells that you have to pay for or somehow pull you into more and more things you don’t want. It is also hard to find books on it as well. so if anyone can point out some good sites of any type of witchcraft or wicca, green magic, white magic, black magic ide be very thankful!

Answer by Richard M
none of it is sensible

Answer by Monica P
because it is not real it is hard to get info

Answer by Jennifer_Saved
The Bible,

If witchcraft is not dangerous, then why did God tell us, “Suffer not a witch to live”?

Satan has his clutches on ppl today, but they are proud of their sin.

How ‘sensible’ do you think it is to hand over your life to The Father Of Lies and burn forever?

Answer by valhall13
www.witchvox.com

Answer by Spooky
A good place to start would be witchvox.com or wicca.timerift.net.

😀

Answer by hippishy
There are alot of resources out there. Books are not so hard to come by I would suggest http://www.alibris.com

Answer by wispyspal
www.whitemagick.com

Answer by BrooklynBabii
i am defineteltly not going to tell you the weay to get witch craft because its just plain wrong and its a sin to be involved eith witch craft

Answer by vargonian
http://www.theskepticsguide.org/
http://www.superstitioustimes.com/
http://skeptoid.com/

Answer by Brian S
I think a good source of information is www.religioustolerance.org.org.

They have information on a number of different belief systems. Often times the writers of the articles are practioners in that religion and not from another which helps give you a better idea.

You may also wish to google Wicca.

Answer by Frau Hunter RT *JPA
1)Ignore the fundies saying you’ll go to hell and are opening yourself up to demons. We don’t believe in either.
2)Get the book: Wicca, a Guide for the Solitary Practitioner by Scott Cunningham (Amazon.com used books is a great resource)
3)Avoid Silver Ravenwolf, DJ Conway and most Llewellyn books
4)Do NOT pay for lessons over the internet. You can’t ask for references. Do NOT give out personal information to anyone over the internet. Get a PO Box.
5)www.witchvox.com www.wicca.timerift.net
6)Learn and keep learning about various paths in paganism.
7) get the book: “Drawing Down the Moon” by Margo Adler (an older book that’s a little dated, especially concerning Asatru but a good resource) – it gives an overview on a lot of pagan traditions. Might help you narrow things down.

Answer by Joshua W
well…i won’t condone black magick, but you could try creating your own spells since that would give them more personal power. i’ve created a few my self…but those are based off of the wiccan faith, which i’m not sure is exactly what you want. but there are some good books out there that could help you. my friend has a ton of books that i’m sure she’d let me look through and i’d be able to tell you some of the titles. a lot of them would be green magick as she really likes herbs though. (i believe she said she was a druid.)

the books i have that might have is
the spiral dance by starhawk,
a grimoire of shadows by ed fitch
drawing down the moon by margot adler
bucklands complete book of witchcraft by ramond buckland
and wicca a guide for the solitary practitioner by scott cuningham

(some people don’t like llewellyn’s books but it worked for me, and scott cunningham is published by llewellyn’s by the way.)

Answer by Wren
These are just a few books that I have in my own collection that I think would be good to start learning. There is also a book called Wicca & Witchcraft for Dummies. I have not read it myself, but heard that it was actually really good. As others have said witchvox.com is a nice site, as well as ladyoftheearth.com While some may not agree with me I would suggest you stay away from anything written by Silver Ravenwolf. That is just me, other seem to like her. I hope these help. Best of luck on your Path. Bright Blessings

Green Witchcraft: Folk Magic, Fairy Lore & Herb Craft by Ann Moura

The Spirit of the Witch: Religion & Spirituality in Contemporary Witchcraft by Raven Grimassi

Drawing Down the Moon by Margot Adler

The Encyclopedia of Witches & Witchcraft by Rosemary Ellen Guiley

True Magick: A Beginner’s Guide by Amber K

Wicca: A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner AND Living Wicca: A Further Guide for the Solitary Practitioner by Scott Cunningham

Answer by Phil
Try a physics, biology, or chemistry book.

Answer by Silver Thunderbird, punkin face
http://www.ritualmagick.org/ – great for finding full texts of books
http://magickaschool.com/ – free online beginning wicca and tarot courses
http://witchvox.com/ – pagan community
http://www.religioustolerance.org/ – unbiased information

I’d suggest reading Raymond Buckland’s complete book of witchcraft, as well as (for magick) the satanic bible by La Vey, both can be found on ritualmagick.org (and if you can’t find them, I have pdf’s i’d be happy to send you.) Thank you for being open minded.

BB )O( STB

Answer by BlueFireWitch
Check out my You Tube videos. http://www.youtube.com/user/BlueFireWitch

Also, study study study. Check out Wicca for Life by Ray Buckland, Making Magick by Edain McCoy. And other books by people such as Isaac Bonewits.

Answer by Tahuti Reincarnate
My current favorite book is “Progressive Witchcraft” by Janet Farrar and Gavin Bone. Another favorite of mine, if you really want a lot of info in a short book, is “Witchcraft: a Concise Guide” by Isaac Bonewits.

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