Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : What does this tarot card mean?

I went to a new age/psychic store yesterday and the women that was serving me made me pick out a tarot card and I chose a card called ‘study’. What does this card mean?

Answer by John G
It means, “study this, someone is trying to take your money.”

Answer by Sparkley Shoes
o.O Did the psychic not tell you what it meant?

Answer by Leon
you picked it at random

Answer by john wondering
It means that you are gullible.

Answer by ANDRE L
Nothing. Tarot is factless garbage.

Answer by CLOUD 彡☆
It means you need to study to get straight A’s, unlike the atheists on this site who say things like “Grades don’t measure how smart you are” XDDD LOLOLOLOLOL!!!

Answer by Randy P
It means you need to spend more time studying critical reasoning and sciences in school so you don’t think that randomly-drawn Tarot cards have some deep significance.

Answer by Jon L
Means you’ll be meeting a stud who gets all “study” with you.

Answer by Bunny-Girl
……..there is no card called STUDY. I don’t think it was tarot cards. Maybe oracle cards?

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Tarot cards?

I was shuffling through my tarot deck card last night when i noticed that the fool card and the death card where coming up alot.
I was hoping that someone can try and give me there interpretation as to what they think this could’ve meant.

Answer by gypsy belle the emo
new beginnings

Answer by EmanC
a change in life style is coming

Answer by artemisfiere
A life changing choice is coming.

Answer by TR
I’m fairly confident that it means that, given random chance, two cards in a deck are likely to come up a lot from time to time.

If you want to divine the future or plumb the depths of your psyche with tarot cards, I’d suggest consulting a good reader. Theoretically, I don’t think that the cards (or any oracle) contain any special power, I think they serve to focus the reader’s interpretive and intuitive abilities–or perhaps, via vague interpretations, empower the subject to draw more easily a conclusion that was already desired.

Answer by man
i think it is the start

Answer by daisymae
Maybe the cards are trying to tell you something. Tarot cards originated in the courts of Northern Italy in the mid-15th century. They can be used for problem-solving, meditation, self-improvement, card games or for understanding divination and fortune-telling. It’s a scam or entertainment.

Tarot cards are not for me.

Answer by Tahuti
Change… but change you won’t know is coming. Something you’re walking towards that you are unconscious of. See that cliff the fool is walking towards? the Death card means you’re going to fall down it. A necessary change that you may not even think you’re ready for.

Answer by Sadhara Satguru

One is a card of transition & the other of new starts, so a time to let go of the old & allow the new to come in.


Answer by Keltasia
The fool represents new beginnings and the death card represents the death of something (usually an idea or way of life) to make way for the new.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Tarot Card Reading Meaning Past, Present and Future?

(Only for individuals who belief in this divinatory system)

I have been studying tarot card as of late and the diversity of the cards meanings are extensive. I usually go by what my gut tells me and the details of the cards. I usually try to meditate prior to looking at the cards.

I did a 3 card spread for my present, past and future regarding an ex-lover that I have been running into a lot lately and has been reaching out to me.

The spread was as follows: Past = Death Present = Justice and Future = 3 of Pentacles (All in upright position)

Since it’s a reading for myself I feel bias depicting the significance of the cards and their relationship. I know Death the most accurate of the 3 cards because my relationship ended a while ago. Justice in some instance talks about either a decision to make or trying to bring things into justice. The future card is what throws me off because 3 of pentacles usually refers to career moves (good omen but not customary of these type of readings). Other than Death (representing the #3 which is the # of transformation) and 3 of pentacles (transformation as well??)

If someone is able to add meaning to this spread, I would appreciate it.

Answer by Cautopates
Tarot cards are superstitious nonsense like astrology and Christianity.

Answer by Elaine M
I also agree with the Death as the end of something and the start of something new for both of you.

And the Justice can mean the reaching out will put something to rest on his part, or let you finish completing the process on your part. Since you phrase the question as being ‘about an ex-love’ I’d take the card to be meaning him though.

The 3 of Pentacles is usually about working with another, knowing what to do and how to do it. Since you’ve broken up it could just be an indication that you’ve gotten on your own path and need to remember that it’s you, not you and him. Operating ‘in the know’ so to speak. Keeping that in mind as whatever he tells you may pull in another direction could be the purpose of this card coming up.

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