Cut up a tarot deck and sell individual cards legally?
Is is legal to divide a tarot deck into individual cards and sell them, as long as I give the artist credit?
Nothing in it says “not for individual retail sale” I would imagine.
Answer by rtfm
Yes, of course. They’re yours, you can sell them.
Answer by freetarot
Are you looking to “rebrand” the card? Something like “Rain’s Special Tarot Card”? You’d probably be in trouble there — since the original seller (not necessarily the artist) has the rights to use the copyrighted image and you’re be presenting the card as being your own original work.
If you’re just looking to sell a card as is — or perhaps you’re placing it in a piece of artwork or sculpture, then you’re okay because you’re not presenting the card as your own work.
Which way do you read the tarot cards when reading someone else?
For example, say you’re sitting across from that person and facing you, the card is upside down. Would you read it right side up for them or upside down facing you…very confused. thanks
Answer by Light
Right side up for them, of course. Otherwise most of their cards would be upside down and that would be a little unsettling imo.
Answer by Jules
Did you know that sorcery will not inherit you the Kingdom of God when you die. I say you throw them in the trash and pick up the Bible.
Answer by Graybeard
It doesn’t matter, because tarot card reading is a complete fraud. There is no truth to it at all.
Answer by Nanci
I read them the way I see them. I am the reader. I read left to right then up to down.
I am going to have my chart done and tarot cards read soon?
What should I expect? Is there anything I should watch out for, do or ask? I have never had these things done before but there is a new shop in town. I just don’t wanna get scammed. i also want my full moneys worth and need to ask the right questions.
I also plan on having a synastry chart done for my boyfriend and I. Same questions for that too.
Answer by Under My Thumb
Just have fun with it. Don’t take it too seriously.
Answer by ChainLightninG⅜
There is a million dollars waiting for the first person that can prove such abilities. But I guess it is easier to make money a little bit at a time, than all at once.
What fortune tellers use is called confirmation bias. You will be providing a lot of the information that the “reader” will use. They will encourage repeat readings.
Since you already accept that the future is predictable and are willing to pay for it, the chances of you being scammed are near 100%. It’s your money. If these people are for real, why are they not rich? Why don’t they get high paying jobs from major corporations. How about winning lotteries, horse racing, or gambling? The casinos are worried by cheaters, not psychics.
Answer by ♈ Marilyn ♉ ♓ Born This Way
well maybe it matters if they have accreditation in astrology, like if they took the test and received certification and all that.. idk if that’s stuff that people normally ask before consulting a psychic and stuff.. maybe one of the astrologers here knows!! i wonder if there’s a directory listing for psychics with all that