Are fortune cookies less accurate than Tarot cards?
Why would one method work better than the other? Pros and cons?
Answer by The Wicker Man
well, since taroteers can apply cold-reading on their client, and fortune cookies are default phrases, i’d say that tarot are more accurate in saying what you are willing to pay to hear. but it’s not the truth, not necessarily.
Answer by T R
Not necessarily. Fortune cookies are much cheaper than Tarot card readings, especially if you buy them in bulk. Just keep eating cookies until you get the fortune you want!
Answer by hislady
fortune cookies are mass generated, and the fortunes themselves aren’t geared toward anything or anyone in particular. It’s just a nice thought some guy wrote down on and printed on a piece of paper. I saw it once on a Food Network program.
So there are no pros to this one. It’s just fun (and yummy).
Tarot cards by themselves do nothing. They’re not magic cards. And anybody read them. But it takes a bit of working with them for them to pick up your energy and for you to accurately know what it is they’re telling you. You have to know your cards. They read you, you put your energy into them when you touch them and when you shuffle and think about what you’re asking them, they merely help you gain insight into a situation. The key is that you already know the answers. It’s already inside of you. They’re not fortune telling cards.
Pros… I’ve gotten some really good readings from people who have practiced for a while and are really good at reading the cards.
Cons? You have to know your cards and while you CAN read for yourself, it’s often very difficult to attain a truly unbiased position, which is what you need in order to get an accurate reading. When reading for yourself, your emotions WILL influence the reading.
So, all in all, tarot is better, as cookies are just a treat and not at a fortune teller. But like all things in this area, don’t waste your money on someone who wants to charge you a fortune. There are good readers out there who will do it for free.
Answer by faithless
“Fortune cookie payout
The U.S. Powerball lottery drawing of the March 30, 2005 game produced an unprecedented 110 second-place winners, all of whom picked five numbers correctly with no Powerball number. The total came out to $ 19.4 million in unexpected payouts. 89 tickets won $ 100,000, but 21 additional tickets won $ 500,000 due to the Power Play multiplier option.
Powerball officials initially suspected fraud, but it turned out that all the winners received their numbers from fortune cookies made by Wonton Food Inc., a fortune cookie factory in Long Island City, Queens, New York. The number combinations printed on fortunes are reused in thousands of cookies per day. The five winning numbers were 22, 28, 32, 33, and 39. The sixth number in the fortune, 40, did not match the Powerball number, 42”
Based on this wiki article I will have to say that cookies are more accurate.
where can i learn to read tarot cards?
i just bought them but they have no instructions.
Answer by Tom1
You don’t need to: make up your own system and it gets the same results.
Answer by HUMANIST
Answer by Shaded
When you buy a deck of tarot cards they typically come with a book.
Different decks may have different meanings for the same card, but they are always similar. So a deck comes with a book to explain the cards.
It go through each cad and explain what they mean etc.
There are also just plain books you can buy that will help you out, or beginner decks that come with beginner books. Try this site, it may also help you.
Good luck, and I hope this helped.
Answer by set on full “auto”
…Wednesday nights at your local Kingdom Hall.
Why do some people believe that tarot cards conjure evil spirits?
Have they ever used them to come to that conclusion? There is no way anything like that is possible.
While I don’t believe it’s possible at all, there are people who do believe that evil spirits can be conjured through the cards. I was wondering what gives them that belief.
Answer by fancydoll
it is pure nonsense to me. but waz u believe in has a way of working 4 u if people believe that dat is their problem not mine
Answer by δίφθογγος
wonderful cards, esp. when used with Qabalah… quite nice. I think the appropriate word here is ‘Sexy!’
Answer by auriform2
I think you are confusing Tarot cards with an Ouija board.
Tarot cards are actually the predecessor of our normal 52-card playing cards.