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Tarot Card Readings

The Suit of Pentacles

Published
22 May
2018

We are continuing basics of Tarot cards series. This time we are focusing on the Suit of Pentacles. In a Tarot card deck, the Suit of Pentacles is in the Minor Arcana. Pentacles is associated with material and prosperity aspects of life. Depending on how many of the Pentacles show in a Tarot card spread and which cards turn up and their direction the psychic reader should be able to answer questions.

The Suit of Pentacles is made up of 14 cards; the numbered cards and the court cards. The numbered cards are: Ace, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven, Eight, Nine and Ten. The four court cards are: Page, Knight, Queen and King.

The Suit of Pentacles can represent the Earth astrological signs; Taurus, Virgo and Capricorn. When you see a Pentacles court card, depending on where it is in the spread, it may signify for the client to look out for a person who is one of these signs. Pentacles people are generally practical, organized, generous and ambitious.

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The Suit of Wands - Tarot Card Basics

Published
21 May
2018

We are going to keep going over Tarot cards and their meanings for the next few posts. Tarot cards are an accurate way for readers to help clients. We have many readers who can help with relationships, business, life issues, the future, big decisions and most life questions.

In the Tarot card deck, there is the Major Arcana and Minor Arcana. The suits; Wands, Swords, Pentacles and Cups make up the Minor Arcana. Each of the four suits have Ace, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven, Eight, Nine, Ten. They also a Page, Knight, Queen and King - the Court Cards.

Each of the four suits represents different aspects of life. The Suit of Wands generally represents optimism, drive, creativity, communication, spiritual, business, negotiations and communication. The suit of Wands is individualistic, it signals personal growth and creativity.

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Basics about the Suit of Wands in the Tarot card deck

Published
20 May
2018

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Sample Questions for a Tarot Card Reader

Published
19 May
2018

The best Tarot card readers will be able to tailor a psychic reading to you. You do not have to ask questions in a Tarot card reading, but questions do help focus on a specific issue versus getting a general reading. We have readers who are very comfortable reading with or without questions. Because we deal with mainly clairvoyant psychic readers, the readers are visual and descriptive in their readings providing an amazing experience over the phone.  

The important thing with any Tarot card reading is to find a reader who is experienced and very comfortable with their Tarot Cards. The Tarot cards should be an extension of their energy. Tarot cards are sacred for readers. Developing skills that will provide accurate readings can take years. Clairvoyant readers who also use Tarot cards are usually readers who have studied the cards for years and they also practice energy work and clearing. 

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Tarot Card Basics

Published
10 May
2018

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The Minor Arcana - Cups, Wands, Swords and Pentacles

Published
08 May
2018

In a Tarot card deck, the Minor Arcana makes up 56 cards that are in four categories. The four categories are Swords, Pentacles, Wands and Cups. Each of these categories stands for a different area of life. The minor Arcana in the Tarot deck represent what is happening in your day-to-day life. This is compared to the Major Arcana which represent major life changes. The number of each card showing up and where they are in the spread gives the psychic reader an overview of what is happening in your life - mainly if there are big changes coming or more day to day growth.

Each suit in the Minor Arcana represents a different area of day-to-day life issues. Swords represents thoughts, words and actions. Pentacles represents business, finance, work and material items. Wands represents energy, motivation and passion. Cups represents intuition, feelings, emotions and creativity.

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An example Three Card Tarot Spread with Reversed Positions

Published
06 May
2018

When doing a Tarot card spread, the psychic reader can choose to keep the cards in an upright position or translate the cards with the upwards and reversed positions. The upright positions represent the positive aspect of the card. The reversed positions represent the negative aspects of the card. The choice of reading style is up to the psychic reader. The reader may choose to just do the positive aspect depending on the client and their question or issue.

In this photo, this is how the cards would look to the client. The reversed card is the middle card, the IIIV of Swords. We will go over the positive and negative aspects of each card in upcoming posts.

This photo is of a very basic three card spread and is NOT a psychic reading. It is NOT targeted toward anyone specific. This photo is for example purposes only.
The Tarot Card deck shown is the Rider-Waite Tarot Card Deck.

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Tarot Card Spreads

Published
05 May
2018

There are numerous Tarot card spreads that can be used by a Tarot card reader for an accurate reading. Generally speaking, an excellent Tarot card reader will have a few different spreads to choose from based on the type of question (or not having a specific question) from the client. Having a spread with more cards doesn’t necessarily give more information. An accurate Tarot card reader will be able to choose which type of spread will work best for the client’s situation.

We specifically look for Tarot card readers who are also clairvoyant. All of the readers who work with us must be clairvoyant and show their ability when we do our test readings. Readers who use Tarot cards tend to be a little more grounded and a little better with timing of events. We believe Tarot card readings are an accurate source of information. We like our card readers to be clairvoyant to help with descriptions and to feel the energy of the client.

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The Major Arcana in the Tarot Card deck

Published
03 May
2018

The Tarot card deck is made of 78 cards. Twenty two cards are in the Major Arcana. Fifty six cards make up the Minor Arcana. When the Major Arcana show up in a tarot card spread, they symbolize significant change in the future. If they dominate a Tarot Card spread, the questioner may be looking at major life changes.

Each of the Major Arcana has deep meanings and their meanings may be influenced by the cards in the spread that surround them. The Roman numerals on each card can help the reader with timing, numerology or translation of the question from the client.

Here is a list of the cards in a Tarot deck that make up the Major Arcana:

The Fool, The Magician, The High Priestess, The Empress, The Emperor, The Hierophant, The Lovers, The Chariot, Strength, The Hermit, Wheel of Fortune, Justice, The Hanged Man, Death, Temperance, The Devil, The Tower, The Star, The Moon, The Sun, Judgement, The World

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Tarot Cards and their meanings blog series

Published
01 May
2018

Over the next couple months we are going to be featuring Tarot Cards and how to translate their meanings. Tarot cards have been used for thousands of years to help predict the future. A Tarot card deck consists of 78 cards in two categories all shuffled together. The two categories are the Major Arcana and Minor Arcana. The Major Arcana tends to deal with major life changes. The Minor Arcana tend to deal with day to day life.

There are many ways for psychic readers to do a Tarot Card spread. A spread is how the psychic reader lays out the cards after shuffling them. Popular spreads are the Celtic Cross and 3 card spread are very common. The reader may also choose a spread that focuses on planets, astrology, relationships or fortune. It is up to the reader and the type of question the client has to decide which spread is best for the reading.

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