Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : What is the name of this video game for ps3?

I cant seem to remember the name of a video game I rented for ps3 a while back. I remember that the main character was like an airplane mechanic, and I think he used a sword, and there was a blonde girl with a staff, and a lady in red who used tarot cards to fight. I also remember 2 spell names: Howling Wind and Tremor. You could also combine spells to make more powerful ones, and I think you used eggs to do it… Anyone know what I’m talking about?

Answer by Paul
I’m fairly sure you’re talking about the PlayStation 2 game, Grandia III.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Help with tarot reading, please.?

I did a Celtic cross reading, and am finding it very confusing. It’s about a new relationship, what it will be like.
1. Moon, reversed
2. Wheel of Fortune (crossing)
3. 9 of Cups
4. 4 of Wands
5. Queen of Swords (Possible outcome)
6. King of Pentacles, reversed
7. Ace of Pentacles
8. King of Swords
9. High Priestess, reversed
10. 6 of cups, reversed

Then I drew four more explanatory cards: King of cups, reversed; Emperor, reversed; Queen of Cups reversed; Lovers, reversed.

Thanks for your help!
Please, serious replies only.

Answer by Abdul
load of shite

Answer by DivineInspiration
Turn off your computer. Stand up. Walk away from your computer. Lie down. Don’t get back up.

Answer by Nalani
A Celtic Cross spread can be very confusing, as there are a lot of cards, but they are quite rigidly placed, with no way to clarify what a card means in that spot.

Try a simpler spread, and a specific question. I read professionally. And when asking about love, I will ask “best long term outcome” and pull a single card. If it is a good card, I then ask something like ‘Is this person is my mate” and if I get no, I ask the nature of the relationship, then how long it will last, then perhaps advice, etc. If the outcome seems negative. I may instead ask if a relationship will happen at all, ask when, etc. So I build my answers, and details, one question – and card – at a time.

I have an exciting new YouTube channel that teaches how to read tarot in ways that have never been done. It’s funny, fun and practical, and gives a lot of very useful details on how to read.

I do a 6-video mini series that gives two sample spreads – a cheeky love one, and a more serious work spread (introducing “austerity” cards). The series opens with a short, funny anecdotal illustration of why specific questions are important, then moves into the actual readings for the next five videos.

Give the techniques I introduce in those videos a shot!

Good luck – both with reading tarot & with your relationship!

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : For those who read Tarot, what deck (or decks) do you like and why?

Answer by Ms. Switch
There are lots of cool decks, but I really enjoy the Ancestral Path. I like it because each suit represents an ethnic group and uses myths and lore from ancient cultures to explain each card. The artwork is really cool too.

Answer by Nikki
I love the art noveau (I think I spelled that right) and the Robin Wood decks. The pictures in the Art deck speak to me so much clearer than other decks, and on a practical note, its a much smaller deck, which is perfect for my tiny hands…

I like the RIDER TAROT DECK, conceived by A. E. Waite. They were designed by Pamela Colman Smith and I have always liked the illustrations. I also like the size. I first came across this deck about 30 years ago and preferred it over the others that I saw at that time. The deck has remained my favourite.

Answer by starseed
Rider – most definitely. I have used other decks but none of them speak to me in the symbology, or cryptology like the Rider.

Answer by Hatir Ba Loon
I have three decks that I like to work with…

Rider-Waite deck, the first deck I ever purchased, and I still feel comfortable with the symbolism.

Arthurian Tarot, by Caitlin and john Matthews. I’ve always had a feeling of being drawn to the Arthurian stories, and this deck, a gift from a friend, is alot of fun to use.

Mage the Ascension Tarot, from White Wolf Games, gives a nice Cyberpunk feel to the workings…alot of fun.

Answer by a_delphic_oracle
I have a deck called Diamond that I like. My hubby’s deck is the Dali’ deck. It is so pretty but I can’t make heads or tails of it!

I would like a deck with an ocean theme but haven’t found one yet.

Answer by raxivar
For those starting out I suggest the basic Rider-Waite. Throw away the book, start a Tarot diary, give yourself a reading every morning, write it down, in the evening write down what happened, and go over these once a week, once a month, and once a season. By the end of a year you and your deck will have established a unique ‘vocabulary’, and you will be an excellent reader.

Myself, I kind of like the Universal Waite for clarity. I tried the Raven Grimassi thingy, but I guess you have to be Wiccan or something. Other than that, the Robin Wood deck is a good Celtic take on the Waite deck.

Answer by Nic
The main cards I use are the Rider Waite deck, this deck is easy to follow and is numbered which plays a huge role in the cards. I also like the illustration on the mythology deck, they are really pretty so sometimes I will use those cards also.

Answer by Nydia
I like the Way of Cartouche by Murry Hope because it has only 25 cards so it is easy to remember. it is also based on Egyptian mythology, which really speaks to me.

Answer by Sithein
I prefer The Witches Tarot by Ellen Cannon Reed. The imagery on the cards speaks to me in a way that the other decks do not. I’ve tried other decks, but this one just seems to “speak” to me in a way the others didn’t.

Answer by psychic-junkie
I like the Hanson Roberts deck, the Robin Wood Tarot and the Connolly Tarot Decks, because their imagery works well for my readings. I don’t like the darker cards like Crowley’s Thoth Tarot, but each to their own.

The many different tarot decks available will all portray symbolic imagery which must then pass through your psychic senses and, given the context of the questions asked, bring forth a tarot card meaning that significantly answers your question.

You can use this four minute video as a brief meditation on the tarot that, repeatedly viewed, will help you learn how to read tarot cards psychically.

And here is a free download demo for a great Tarot program. To keep the size of the demo manageable it contains the Rider/Waite deck, the actual program will have 10 complete decks. This Demo version of Tarot is a full working copy for 30 days. So you get 30 days to study meanings and spreads!

Answer by ♥Angel♥
I’ve been reading since I was very young.I have collected many decks,but basically only read with two or three of them.The Rider Waite,because of its symbolic imagery,is an excellent deck to start out with.It’s really a matter of personal preference though.Some decks work and feel better than others.It really depends upon the person.

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