Have you ever had a Tarot reading?
I have had a Tarot reading on several occasions. I was shunned by many friends who found out about this, calling a Tarot read, that of the Devil.
But I couldn’t help but be curious, so much so- that I went out and bought my own deck and book. I read it from cover to cover, and then researched it more, both on-line and at the library.
Religious guru’s say that if the Lord wanted you to know the future, He would tell you, or He would give you the “insight” to see it for yourself.
I ended up with several books, and then started “reading” my friends and family. I ended up being scaringly accurate.
But the weird thing, is whenever “anyone” reads mine, they are 90% wrong, each and every time. And I even gave the reader a heads up on things that were supposed to happen, and what not. For that matter, I went pregnant with my third son, and the reader told me it would finally be my girl. Ta-da-It wasn’t, I had another boy!
In order to give a reading, a person needs to know a few things about you. If you are married, involved, how many children, if any. What kind of job you have, and your goals. Then you can of course ask a specific question, and ask the reader to focus only on that. The thing is, to be honest. Lying will only make your reading majorly inaccurate, and the only one you will be able to blame- is yourself.
Within the deck of tarot cards, there are several cards that freak people out, namely: death. Another is the Hanged man, and then sometimes the Fool card seems to concern people.
The deck itself consists of 78 cards. Each card has a unique meaning. But that meaning has to work with your reading, and what it is you want or need to know. Let us say for instance you want to know if you will live to be eighty. When you ask this you are 40. The readers lays down cards such as the fool and death, that right there, basically answers your question without any further adieu. Plain and simple. But if you are shown the 2 of cups and the seven of swords, amongst a few other cards, you of course will need an explanation. Hopefully your reader, will be able to assist you, to which I am certain they will be able to.
The Tarot has been around for thousands of years. Some people use it in carnivals for entertainment, their goal is to only make money. Others use it to help one another. Sometimes it can be a scam, and other times it can be the real thing.
If you go to a person and they give you Tarot readings, usually you can tell a phony right off, by their actions. But sometimes, you just might not be certain.
How accurate are Tarot readings? It depends on the reader. Most of the time, I would justify the correct answer to this as: it varies. Again this falls back on you, as well as the reader.
The choice is yours.
However, as with anything, do not put a halt to your plans, or drastically change your life because of a Tarot read. There are no guarantee, only God knows what He has planned for you.
Tarot is basically meant for fun and entertainment. Both for you, and the reader. Even the reader knows they have a good chance on being wrong, and will warn you of this, if they are open and honest.
Because I can and do Tarot readings, does not make me any less of a Christian or person. I am not telling you, or anyone else for that matter- to make changes to their lives, to stop their beliefs, and I definitely am not telling anyone to do this and do that. I do it for fun, I do not charge, and I just do it to see how accurate I am, and I am having fun while doing it. I am not harming a soul. I am not forcing my beliefs or choices on you, or anyone else.
A tarot reading is something you can choose to have done, or not. After having a reading done, rather then judging from the get go, and being skeptical- in a few weeks, go have another. From a different reader. It isn’t scary, and it is educational, in its own way. Don’t be afraid. No one says you have to go back after that, if it makes you uncomfortable, then don’t do it again. No one “should” be judging you.
People that go around pointing fingers and judging, and calling one another non-Christians because they want to learn, and grow- need THEIR head examined. The Devil does not guide the hands of the Tarot reader, unless THAT Tarot reader is a non-Christian who forces their non-Christian beliefs on you. Not everything people choose to do, and choose to believe, is the Devils work. Stop being hypocritical, and focus on your own skeletons before attacking others!