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PostPosted: Tue May 31, 2011 5:28 am    Post subject: Rachel's Random Tarot Topics Reply with quote

Do people have a particular Tarot deck that they trust more than others? Why do you find that particular deck more trustworthy than others?

I am very curious to know the preferences of those who seek readings or have interests in the Tarot.

What makes a deck more reliable for you?
What do you look for in a good Tarot deck?

For me, I am always drawn to very colorful decks with many symbols and strong imagry that can resonate. I personally tend to steer away from very simplistic looking decks as they may not really offer me much to ponder on. I like to consider the many layers and hidden things in cards, images, paintings, and pictures. I tend to analyze things more and prefer decks that require closer examinations. A deck that seems to offer more than just black and white, cut and dry images to me suggests that the deck will reflect the many complications that can occur in real life. You know what I mean?

Sometimes I feel a tad exhausted using the Rider-Waite deck. The more I use it sometimes, the more the same old patterns seem to bore me or tax me. I like variety and like to change it up sometimes.

How do you all feel about your Tarot decks?

Rachel
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 09, 2011 12:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I had the Aleister Crowley deck from ages 14-27? Someone stole them from me.. I was drawn to the beautiful artwork, but they seemed very negative once i started reading with them. this must be the most difficult deck out there. Strangely after some time, it started to smell like incense, which i did not used around my deck.. odd huh?
Well as much as I hate thieves, I'm glad it was stolen, i whole heartedly believe something was wrong with those cards and now that i know more about crowley the more i suspect the cards opened some sort of non beneficial gateway which seems to have closed with the disappearance of the cards.
At one point i had several decks, but they too were stolen and i really didn't read them very often, so i wasn't great AT ALL.
I too am drawn to colorful decks, but have not replaced my old ones. I'm searching for the best type. I looked up your feng shui deck and it seems to draw me in. i may go for that one since it is in area of interest to me, now if i could only find it at the bookstore..I want to get one sooner rather than later, lol.
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 10, 2011 1:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

You could find most Tarot decks actually on Amazon.com--I found quite a few I like there. But traditionally, as I understand it from a few fellow readers, the best decks are the ones that are given as gifts--they have a purpose behind them--and the giver injects (hopefully) good vibes, best wishes, and luck upon the deck.

Decks you buy from the store will need lots of bonding time with you and lots of added TLC. They are the cleanest and coldest to work with right off the bat and accuracy may be off until you warm them up with your mojo.

Allister Crowley had a very interesting background as a man with a very checkered story and connection I guess to the supernatural or esoteric. Some believe he was out of his gourd nuts and some revere him as a spiritual guide or man with great insights. As for me, I trust my own sense experiences and what I can feel, see, touch, taste, and smell. For me, I apply basic common sense, intuition, logic, and reasoning.

I do believe though that things can offer up bad vibes and negative energies. It's the same with physical places too. Some places just give off eerie energies. Now I don't know if Alllister Cowley was legit or not but certainly he may have evoked creepiness with his manner of dress, attitude, symbols, and eccentric lifestyle--whether he was tapped into something demonic/Satanic/or otherworldly, I have my personal doubts--but I guess the world may never really know, right?
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 10, 2011 9:20 pm    Post subject: Daily Card - Reflection Reply with quote

Today I thought I would shuffle up my Rider-Waite deck and select a "Card for the Day" and offer its meaning and interpretations as it may apply for the day.

For June 10th:

The Hermit

The Hermit usually indicates a soul that is at a spiritual crossroads of sorts. There is a call to look inward before chosing a path. You carry within you a light that has the abillity to look in many directions--including inwardly. Take time out from your busy day to look inward once in a while. The insights you need to choose the path to progress are often found within. This card often appeals to introverts, spiritual people, and intellectuals with strong reasoning skills and logical frames of mind.

In the reversed poistion, that is upside-down, the card often indicates clouded judgement or some block or obstacle or hesitation to look inward. Either way, this is a card about reflection and evaluation.

It is also sometimes read as a card indicating Enlightenment--personal enlightenment that is intimate and powerful and profound. It is a wisdom and knowledge so strong that it is a light for others who may be in need of it. In some sense the Hermit is a guide and mentor for others. The Hermit carries with him the light of wisdom and clarity so that others may see the road ahead. The Hermit is a teacher or mentor for the lost and wayward. Sometimes in a spread, the Hermit indicates a coming influence that is sage-like, wise beyond years, or clear and bright.

As you go about your day, think inwardly and be on the lookout for sage advice and counsel.

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 12, 2011 4:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

RachelMcLeod wrote:
You could find most Tarot decks actually on Amazon.com--I found quite a few I like there. But traditionally, as I understand it from a few fellow readers, the best decks are the ones that are given as gifts--they have a purpose behind them--and the giver injects (hopefully) good vibes, best wishes, and luck upon the deck.

Decks you buy from the store will need lots of bonding time with you and lots of added TLC. They are the cleanest and coldest to work with right off the bat and accuracy may be off until you warm them up with your mojo.

Allister Crowley had a very interesting background as a man with a very checkered story and connection I guess to the supernatural or esoteric. Some believe he was out of his gourd nuts and some revere him as a spiritual guide or man with great insights. As for me, I trust my own sense experiences and what I can feel, see, touch, taste, and smell. For me, I apply basic common sense, intuition, logic, and reasoning.

I do believe though that things can offer up bad vibes and negative energies. It's the same with physical places too. Some places just give off eerie energies. Now I don't know if Alllister Cowley was legit or not but certainly he may have evoked creepiness with his manner of dress, attitude, symbols, and eccentric lifestyle--whether he was tapped into something demonic/Satanic/or otherworldly, I have my personal doubts--but I guess the world may never really know, right?


Funny thing is I had no idea who Crowley was until years after I'd had the deck. the deck is absolutely beautiful, but complicated imagery.
I actually just bought a couple of "mini decks" or pocket sized ones..
I plan on getting the feng shui deck off of amazon or ebay probably tonight. I want to get back into the tarot.. How should i go about it.. study a card a day or something?
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 13, 2011 1:58 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I picked up a few books on it and did the study a card a day thing for a while-- daily meditations with the deck sort of thing. But mostly I just examined the deck and did some self-readings for practice to see what came up and what connections I got. I did a self-reading a week with some pretty open-ended questions and nothing fancy.

Occaisonally I did readings for others here and there and got their feedback to see what I might have been clicking on what I might have overlooked or missed. The thing about Tarot that I have found so far for me these past 15 years is that the Tarot is very personal and each deck that becomes yours is attuned to your way of thinking and feeling. It can read you as much as you read it.

I think the more you handle the cards and study their images and symbols and colors, the more you'll pick up the patterns and stories the cards actually begin to tell you.

If I come across any book titles off the top of my head, I'll put it in a seperate thread or something.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 01, 2011 5:17 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

A question I have often been asked regarding the Tarot and maybe my Tarot readings is the mention or instance of Reversed cards. I thought today I would explain at least how I use Reversed cards and what they generally mean in my readings.

A Reversed card is simply a card that is laid out upside down as a result of the Tarot reader's shuffling of the deck. Every card selected and how the cards are summoned is at least by all appearences a random act. The cards that surface and how they do so (Reversed or not) are meant to do so exactly as they do. Even if a card drops or flips over seemingly by mistake is a card to be noticed and included in a reading-- there is a reason a card comes up and a reason why the cards do what they do.

The purpose of the Tarot is to relay a message or messages or offer a series of insights or intuitive glimpses into the near future, the past, possibly the present-- on all manner of topics it is presented with.

A card that is placed upside-down simply indicates that the meaning of the card can be interpreted in the following ways:

An upside down or Reversed card may indicate that the reader should take an Opposite interpretation.

Or... the intensity of an energy or influence is blocked or going against some obstacle that will not let it manifest.

Or... the intensity of an energy, influence, or event that is coming to pass or has passed is lessened considerably.

If the card in question is a Court card (i.e. Page, Knight, Queen or King) and there is strong indication of an individual or group of individuals involved in the matter being discussed, then the qualities or personality traits that would normally be at their peak or normally present in these people are subdued, oppressed, suppressed or in some way absent or blocked. Or the influence of these people is being met with resistance or is being lessened or ignored. Other cards may be necessary to decipher the cause of the block.

Some people assume that a Reversed card simply turns a positive card or good thing into a bad or negative thing-- the truth is, this is not always or necessarily the case. Take for example The Tower card. Right side up, The Tower generally indicates dramatic upheaval, likely tragedy, or destructive change, violent conflict, or tense circumstances and chaos. The Reverse of this card suggests constructive change, necessary transition, rebuilding, and end or block to tragic events and situations, a passing of confusion into clarity. Another indication might only suggest a very slight possibility of the tragic or chaotic events occuring as opposed to a guarenteed outcome.

Another example is The Lovers card in Reverse. One might assume The Lovers in Reverse would suggest a horrible break-up, divorce, split, seperation or some such. This is not always the case and can't be assumed. More often than not, the Reverse of this card simply indicates a potential relationship developing or a relationship that requires some work to develop. The spark of romance is dimming but not necessarily snuffed out. There might also be an indication where this Reversed card merely indicates a very young, new relationship as opposed to a well establiished, long-standing one.

So bottom line, if you get a spread with lots of cards in Reverse, don't panic or freak out or run for the nearest church or bomb shelter-- its not the end of the world. The cards are simply pointing out some areas that need some attention and are trying to warn you with insights that are trying to be as accurate as possible. They are also trying to indicate the severity or intensity-- in a sense the cards know that there are two side to every coin and two sides to every story--at least. And if you are really good at the Tarot reading, you may realize that the cards can probably indicate not just two sides, but many, many more.

Have fun!

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 19, 2011 4:07 pm    Post subject: Tarot Card of the Day Reply with quote

Once again I shuffle my Rider-Waite deck and select a Tarot card of the day to interpret and explain some of the interpretations as they might apply today.

For July 19th, 2011

Four of Wands

This card depicts four tall wands decorated with flowers and garlands. In the backdrop we see a castle keep and a pair of robed figures appearing to welcome us with upraised hands bearing more flowers and fruits and things. In the left background, is the indication of a party or celebration already in progress it would seem.

This card often fascinates me because it seems to suggest the feel of a homecoming or a long awaited returning rather than just a celebration. There is this notion of a completed journey after a long struggle.

However, another interpretation suggests a farewell or parting-- a sort of celebretory Bon Voyage! sort of message. The embarking on a long adventure to follow one last look back on the point of origin. So this card can mark either a beginning or an end depending on the context of the other cards in the spread.

It can also be noted that because this is a card in the suit of Wands and the interpretation is relatively positive and upbeat, we can associate this card with a lot of Spring seasonal connotations with fertility, planting, growing, and later the Summer gathering of fruits.

Because the background is just as appealing to the eyes as the four wands and two welcoming figures in the foreground, we can also make associations to things concerning the home--sanctuary, safety, comfort, protection, shelter... these words come up with this card.

So there ya go... the Four of Wands, enjoy.
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 23, 2011 1:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Tarot Card of the Day for October 23rd, 2011

Today I pluck out the 7 of Cups from the Rider-Waite deck and offer up its typical interpretations!

The 7 of Cups often describes a situation involving deception and illusions. When you look at the card, you see 7 cups containing a variety of things-- some good, some bad, some nasty, some nice--but all in a thick cloud of grey surrounding it--making it difficult for the one viewing these cups to discern of what he sees is real or trustworthy.

This card is often seen as a warning akin to "Buyer Beware" or "Be Careful, What You See You Might Just Get" or "Nothing Is As It Seems". It is a card of many warnings suggesting to look closely, step back and consider your choices, and do not be quick to judge based upon appearences. This is an especially important card if it comes up in spreads regarding relationships and personal encounters.

If this card is present with The Hanged Man, The Star, The High Preistess, or the Ace of Cups... it is definitely a card about perception and the senses of sight, hearing, and those concerning detection. With the Ace of Cups-- it is concerning a message that may offer clarity or intelligent information that should be heeded. The Star or High Preistess present with 7 of Cups indicates attempts to cloud intuition and create confusion or blocks on insights.

The reversed (upside-down) interpretation indicates a less severe or less intense effort at deception or illusion and a move towards clarity and understanding. The attempts at confusion are weak or thin and what is offered is perhaps more reliable. But still exercise some caution.

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 14, 2011 10:54 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

November 14th, 2011 -

Today I find myself focusin on the Aces of the Tarot deck. The Aces generally indicate messages or strong indications or signals of energy concerning the following areas:

Wands - Career, job, enterprises, projects

Swords - Emotions, relationships, mental health, emotional health

Cups - Intellience, communication, creativity, artistic abillity, psychic energy, relationships.

Pentacles - Finances, money, career, job, home matters, buisness affairs

There is some overlap but each suit focuses on either positive or neative aspects of an area of interest and whether or it involves you or those around you. Ace of Wands and Ace of Swords may also indicate messaes comin in early in the morning or early in the year or early in the week, or early in the season. The Ace of Cups and Ace of Pentacles suggest later timings with Ace of Pentacles and other combinations of cards like The Moon for example indicating night time or late evening. 5 of Pentacles and Ace of Pentacles may also indicate late winter message pertaining to home issues or safety and security.

There are many ways to connect an Ace card with the Minor Arcana and most pictures and depictions on each card will clue you in to the nature of the messae or energy coming in.

With Aces in any reversed position, the message or new energy that is coming in is blocked temporarily, or being delayed by some circumstance. It can also indicate a negative message or signal of bad news or unwanted information coming in.
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2012 6:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hidey-ho neighbors!

While I have some free time, I thought I'd share some interesting blurbs about Tarot I have come across in my 16 years experience.

Q: Have you heard that there is a special connection to Mondays and Tarot card readings? Why is that?

A: In some books and readings I have come across, it was often suggested that Mondays were/are the best days for most accurate readings because in pagan folklore or Tarot folklore anyway, Mondays are associated with Moon Days or days of reverence or connection to the Moon. In many cultures, the moon holds a special place. The moon symbolizes illumination in dark shadowy enviornments. The moon controls the tides and also represents the feminine aspect of nature. When we tap into the Tarot on Mondays, we are trying to tap into that which oversees the tides of past, present, future, and the forces of nature and the forces that influence our lives. We are also seeking to connect with the illumination we need in those areas of our lives and understanding that is bathed in shadows and darkness. So why not Sundays? Well any day is good for a Tarot reading but on days of reverence for the Sun, under full illumination in enviornments that are already bright and transparent and clear, what more can be especially gained? So the stories go. You may find readings more attuned to masculine, active energies on Sundays and more feminine, passive, and intuitive aspects on Mondays. Try it out.

Q: If in my readings I see Kings, Queens, Pages, and Knights, do these cards always represent real people or can they mean other things as well?

A: The general assumption is that the royal cards often represent people in our lives or people affecting the issue we are concerned about. The truth is, the royal cards may also represent personality traits of the person asking the question or even the person doing the reading. The court cards may also indicate behaviors or patterns that need to be focused on or brought out more. Some readers I know want to purposefully place one of the court cards in the center of their Tarot spreads to indicate the person they are reading for. They try to match a court card with the physical appearence or characteristics of the person they are reading for. Surprisingly, this could work for a novice reader who needs added symbolism and a point of reference to focus on. It is not always necessary however. Some readers match a Major Arcana card to the person they are reading for. This could work as well-- but from my own experience, I kind of prefer to go without either method and focus on the question rather than the person asking the question.

Q: How many readings should you or can you do in a single day?

A: For best results and most accurate results, the absolute ideal situation is one reading on a single subject about a single issue per month or four months. Actions need time to come into fruition and all possibilities need time to go about their natural courses. Constant asking and constant investigation on the same situation within a day or week doesn't make the first reading more accurate. It only suggests you are nit-picking and asking the cards to consider every possible moment and every possible contigency before the first messages or suggestions can even take effect. It's like checking your watch every second... checking your watch every second doesn't change how time is spent and it doesn't tell you anything more significant or meaningful than when you last checked your watch seconds ago or even minutes ago. Tarot can only bring to light snapshots of signficant or dramatic or important things it feels are worth noting at the time. It cannot forsee every second or every moment but it looks more at bigger pictures and trends. It looks at what is likely to occur over a period of time. With the right spacing of readings, you can see that bigger picture and still account for the changes that have accured between readings or the lack of changes. Realistically, things can happen at any given moment. The Tarot knows this and tries to anticipate those things but it can't focus on any one specific moment out of infinite possibilties when it is better to present an overall theme or most likely outcome among all possible ooutcomes. Make sense?

Q: How come I get answers to things I didn't ask? Or how come the Tarot reading was wrong or completely off-track?

A: The cards themselves don't make mistakes. They are flipped and are what they say they are. The problems may lie in the Tarot reader who must decipher the cards' meanings in context to the question. The problem may lie in the question being asked. Did the question change? Is there more than one possible, reasonable answer to the question? Can the question have no answer? Did someone purposefully pose a question that has no answer? Did a person act contrary to the advice that was provided? Was there a more important issue that needed to be addressed first? Had the issue already been resolved? Often the cards reveal to a reader what they "feel" needs to be addressed or brought to light, whatever it is. And so often the cards reveal a message that is open-ended with no specific timeline attached.
People assume a reading on the future will pertain to something that may happen very soon-- within a month, a week, or a few days. And sometimes the reader feels pressured to say these events may occur in a month, a week, or a short period of time when in fact these events may require a longer period of time to unfold... or a series of events may occur to delay or change results. The reading is only a snapshot-- never a guarentee or certifiable certainty. It provides the most likely outcome and most probable information but cannot account for every moment and every second or every possible random element that could occur. The Tarot cannot control anything... it is only a witness.

Anyhow-- have fun with the Tarot and if you got questions about Tarot stuff, let me know. As always, I do readings here in the forum-- one reading per person, per month!

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2012 8:01 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Today's Topic for June 25th, 2012

Are Tarot cards guided by spirits? Can they be? Are Tarot cards in some way like a Ouija board?

I myself have often wondered if there can be a connection or bridge between the spirit world and physical world through Tarot cards.

The skeptic in me often suspects that what the cards say and whether they offer a meaningful and relevent outcome to the person asking the questions is the result of the Tarot reader's skills at empathy and percieving and deciphering the needs, moods, interests, and body language of the person asking the question of the reader. Often I believed that the Tarot reader did all the work, basically offering the questioning client what they basically hoped to hear or wanted to hear-- or at least offer something that would be entertaining or so vague and open-ended that there would be no way for the reader to be disproved.

When the reader reads the cards, predicts something will occur, and that something occurs... is it coincidence? Self-fulfilling prophecy? An act of will on the person asking of the Tarot? Blind dumb luck maybe?

I would think like this often yet over the course of 15-16 years with the Tarot, I have come to realize a few things... if my readings turn out correct say at least 65% correct and consistantly correct over the course of 15-16 years... can it be just coincidence? Take this forum for example...

There is no way I can physically see the people requesting readings. I cannot read their body language or hear the tone of their voice or gain a sense of any "tells" or subtle facial cues. I have never met anyone on the forum and therefore don't them one iota. If I can conservatively suggest that I can produce accurate readings say even 40% of the time over the course of the year I have been doing readers here on this forum... and lets say I have done at least 1,000 readings this past year. Can it be just coincidence and blind luck that 40% of 1,000 readings are accurate? Is there some supernatural or spiritual bridge being established allowing me the Tarot reader to connect to whatever is surrounding the total stranger I read for? And if I am more than 40% accurate in my readings per volume of readings, does that support the theory more that there is a bridge of some kind between reader and client?

If the threads on the psychic readings are uneditted testimonials... and I admit my goofs and oops, I can say I am fairly accurate on most of my readings (say at least 65-75%) does that suggest that a bridge has to be present between me and the clients?

The funny thing is, I don't feel aware of any connecting "bridge" bewteen myself and those I read for-- at least online. What I do get though are mental pictures, images, and feelings. I believe its fair of me to say that the cards and the images and pictures on the cards provoke feelings, thoughts, and mental images for me to pay attention to and focus on that more often than not relate to the question asked of me or something of vital importance to the person asking questions of me. The "bridge" then could be the images on the cards themselves and the "bridge" gets supported or built on by my own mind piecing together the cues and clues I get from the cards.

Could the connections be severed? I think so. In fact I know they can be. I can get distracted, misled, confused, or pushed away by the energies of a reluctant client. I may be blocked by someone who changes their question or changes their feelings and mind about the issues they bring up. Or if I overuse my cards, I can wear myself out.

I know that if I answer say 20 requests all asking about the same subject: ex. 20 requests for job or career prospects.... I get mentally bored looking at the same patterns or same images over and over again when the big picture is recession, high unemployment, stagnant economy, lax effort, etc.... The same result occurs when say 20 people a day all ask about their love prospects or relationships... I am almost forcing myself to seek images to fit a pattern instead of waiting for the pattern to come to me. In that sense, Tarot reading can be very draining and dangerous because it leads to innacuracy and lots of goofs and oops.

Anyhow, those are my thoughts for the day.

In short, I think there is a bridge, but for me, the jury is still out as to its origins. I tend to suspect there is a spiritual connection but not sure from where it comes from.
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 26, 2012 7:05 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hello Rachel,

I think your readings are very accurate at the time the request is posted.

I am sure there are elements outside your control that only the client can take action upon.

At least the accuracy rate for my readings were over 90%.
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 26, 2012 10:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks for the feedback!
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 15, 2012 2:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Tarot Card of the Day - September 15th, 2012

The Empress
Earth Mother. Creation. A woman constantly full of new ideas and thoughts. A woman who gives new life to herself. A trail blazer. A female presence that is caring and motherly. Fertility. Birth of an idea or new energy. Family issues. Hearth and home. The need to focus on family. Feminine healing. Need to cultivate your own creativity. A woman unto herself, not dependent on a partner for fulfillment. A ruler and leader of others. Motherly-type.
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