tarot card meaning

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Does drawing the Tarot card of death mean I will die?

How do you interpret Tarot cards?

Answer by PaulCyp
Foolishly. A stack of cardboard isn’t going to give you any meaningful information about your life.

Answer by Losasha
no—–tarot cards and fortune tellers are both hoaxes—–they do not work—-unless you have a deadly disease—–I would assume you’ll be fine—-

Answer by I am
Yes we will all die one day

Answer by DigitalGhost
No it can often mean that you will give up a bad habit or even come out of a bad situation.

Answer by Elliot
No. You are going to die, as everyone does, but it has nothing to do with tarot cards.

Answer by melissa
i don’t mess with tarot card ppl…i see an astrologer…if u find a good one, they r more accurate 🙂 or see a palm reader (i say that cuz i read palms) 🙂

Answer by BobbyVandMe
No
Please don’t believe that stuff.

Answer by Caboose
Of course you’re going to die. We all are.

Answer by Mindcrime
Assuming one believes in Tarot, the Death card signifies drastic change, not death.

Answer by Sweetgrass
No the death card means “transition” ..A total change in you life in someway. could mean moving ..new job or anything ..but it means change

Answer by VeggieTart
Of course you’re going to die. Eventually.

No, the Death Card does not indicate imminent death, but it does indicate change, transformation, the end of one phase of life and beginning of another. There are several sites that will indicate the meanings of various tarot cards.

Answer by philebus
No, it doesn’t mean that at all.

Contrary to popular myth among English speakers, tarot is a pack of playing cards. Tarot was invented in the mid 15th century Italy for the Milanese court. It consists of a standard pack of Latin suited playing cards with an extra suit of picture cards. These extra cards took as their theme, not an occult philosophy or magical symbols, but a Christian triumph procession. Hence their early name of trionfi, meaning triumphs, and from which we get our word trump – it was the invention of tarot that marked the invention of trumps in cards games. And this is what they were created for, a family of card games that continues to be played throughout continental Europe to this day!

Just as you can get dealt the Ace of Spades in a card game without death, people have been dealt and drawing the 13th trump in card games for nearly 600 years without incurring a death for it.

It was not until the late 18th century that a Parisian occultist, Antoine Court de Gebelin, found the cards and, ignorant of their actual origin, invented one of his own about their being from Egypt and having a use in divination. All of the interpretations given to the cards have been invented by the various occultists after that point – any system is as ‘good’ as another.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Is it true that Tarot Card Readers end up alone in life?

I have been reading Tarot cards for the past 6 years and have heard this a lot. Is it ture that Tarot card raders end up alone and can never have a healthy relationship? Also does keeping Tarot cards at home prove to be a drain on the finances?

Answer by Reileah 2.0
Let me guess: you hang out with uptight fundies.

The only reason a tarot card reader would end up alone is because she wants to. Period.

Answer by Creationists: Meet Your Cousin
If you keep showing them the Death card and say “you are gonna die horribly and soon”… Yes.

Answer by Catalyst
omg! where did you hear this? I am a bit freak out now because I have tarot cards. so do I get rid of them? if so how? you can’t just throw the tarot cards into the trash can. how do you get rid of them?

Answer by Danielle
My mother is a tarot card reader.. she has me, of course, but she’s kind of alone, yes.

My mother has a hard time finding a healthy relationship – because she relies on tarot and her ‘psychic abilities’ to dictate what she does. For instance.. she had an arguement with her boyfriend over a DREAM she had, and what the cards said about it afterwards. Granted, I know this boyfriend of hers is a complete jerk anyway and she should be rid of him.. but not over her dreams or cards. /facepalm

I’m not slamming your beliefs, here, I know that belief in tarot can be just as strong as belief in God or any sort of religion.. but just keep in the back of your mind that the tarot is at most a guide for you, and should NEVER dictate your life. I don’t believe in tarot, personally…

Answer by Frou Frou
ive never heard that in my life til now
??????
im not alone, my relationship has been going strong for 9 years
we are not rich, but i dont see how tarot has had an effect on that

Answer by Maralee Fox-Heins
Hello,

The only real reason any Tarot Reader would end up alone in life is if he or she chooses to be alone. I have been reading the Tarot since 1973 and I am very happily married and have been for many years. Our marriage has outlasted most everyone we know who does not read the cards. We have two beautiful children that are ranked among the top of their class, eight cats and a parakeet. We have a wonderful life in countless ways and I know of many other Tarot Readers whom are also happily married for many years.

Keeping Tarot cards at home will not put a drain on finances, it is the poor handling of your own financial affairs that will drain your bank account/resources. These include, but are not limited to, living beyond your means, running up credit cards, impulse buying, trying to keep up with the neighbors, not keeping track of what you spend, buying a home you cannot afford, buying/leasing a car you cannot afford, having more vehicles than you really need, buying what you want instead of what you really need, investing in get rich quick schemes, allowing someone too much control over your finances which is what happened to the actor Nicolas Cage, donating more than you can afford, overdraft fees because you weren’t paying attention, allowing others to borrow money from you when they do not pay it back, gambling, cosigning a loan, etc.

Whenever you hear such ridiculous tales, it is always best to consider the source because far too many fall for the agendas of those with shallow knowledge and are content to continue to spread the misinformation as if it were truth. A person who has shallow knowledge is relying on what they are told rather than what they have experienced for themselves.

Joy to you,
Maralee Fox-Heins
http://www.maraleefoxheins.com
Home of The Retro Cats Tarot and many more!

Answer by vid
No–to all of your answers. The questions you have might be about yourself and not about Tarot readers in general. I’ve known many readers that have happy and healthy relationships–myself included! As for the money question, I think all readers–novice and advanced–wouldn’t be able to afford to get on the computer if your question is even valid!

Answer by prana_devi
Where are you getting your information? From conservative fundy type sites that like to cite lots of completely made-up statistics about the “occult” in order to scare their followers into obeying dogma?

I’ve been very active in the spiritual and occult communities for many many years now and thought I had heard every innane superstition there was. This one is a completely new one to me. I’ve NEVER heard of either of those things.

I know more than my fair share of people who read tarot professionally (I currently do), and then literally hundreds who study and read tarot non-professionally as part of their spiritual path (I did this for the better part of a decade before I started reading professionally). None of the professionals that I know have money issues – in fact they make ALOT of money by being very good at what they do. I always have a steady stream of clients for tarot. I am in no way financially drained.

I am married in a fantastic relationship. Most of the professional readers that I know are in successful, committed relationships.

If people have issues with money or romance it is personal issues that they have that has NOTHING to do with tarot. If you have financial issues, you need to look into learning how to manage your budget and your financial affairs – period. If you have romantic issues, you need to look at yourself and your patterns of behavior and thinking to find out what areas you need to work on in yourself. Reading tarot has nothing to do with any of these – however a good reader can use the tarot to help point out to you issues that you have that you may not be able to objectively see. In fact, that’s a big part of what I do as a reader – helping people look at their lives and their situations more objectively so they can make effective changes.

So – don’t let people scapegoat their personal issues on a deck of cards. That’s the most ridiculous thing I’ve ever heard – LOL!

Answer by Angela
no, of course not. It all depends on your destiny and what your fate has in store for you.

Answer by deborahpsycic
Psychic Here
I always tell my Clients and my Friends…. a Psychics life is “messed up” just like a Plumber always has a leaky faucet and a Mechanic always has a junker in the yard on blocks. We are too busy dealing with other peoples problems to pay attantion to our own. It is like the price to pay for helping others. The good news is…..

We get such great amount of joy from helping others that I never really notice or regret the lack of money or companionship.

http://www.psychictarotreadings.net/

Answer by Rev. Lynn D.
Amazing the stories that people make up. Tarot card readers are single, married, divorced etc. just like everyone else. One does not have anything to do with the other.

I am a Tarot reader of 18 years and have not found my finances affected in any way.

Answer by Arimesis
I have been reading tarot professionally for over sixteen years. I am happily married in a very secure relationship. We own two houses and are not hurting financially, having just bought the second house at almost twice the square footage as the first house.

I should mention that I am a witch and my wife is also, as are our two teenage kids. We live our lives in the craft, 24/7, and tarot is part of that. You have to remember that the tarot is nothing more than a tool and is no more dangerous than keeping a hammer around; if you use it correctly you can build wonderful things, but if you abuse it you could hurt yourself.

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