Do you have to be a certain age to buy tarot cards?
The tarot cards at the book store are lucked up in like a little glass taste and I was wondering if you had to be a certain age to purchse them? I’m 19 btw. And I know its not LGBT, but you guys are the best. =D
Answer by Panda
no you don’t have to.. try to do a little research online before you buy them thou so you buy the right one.. some of them are really hard to understand and stuff so just look online for beginners tarot cards
Answer by BioHazzard
No, you don’t. (As far as I know)
They’re kept in the glass case, because most people don’t like buying a set that’s been “handled.”
There’s also the increased possibility that if they’re left out, some people may slip one or two out of the pack.
Most stores which carry metaphysical supplies will have display sets that people can look at.
Answer by ♥♥ ♀~Chris~♂ ♥♥
No, that’s just to make sure you don’t steal ’em. Naughty, naughty! *wags finger* lol. I agree with the first guy, though- I’ve seen tarot cards for beginners and some for those who can read them better. You could ask someone who works there or poke around online.
Answer by Reef
No, they are available at Walmart on the shelves for anyone to purchase.
Do you think that some people have a more natural ability to read tarot cards than others?
I bought my friend a set of ohsho zen tarot cards, and instead of her being able to use them well, I gave her really accurate readings. She on the other hand, didn’t often give accurate readings.
Answer by SingingCrab7
Yes, one’s energy makes a huge difference in reading cards. Many things come in to play when it comes to people’s abilities in giving card readings.
Answer by …
no, some people are just better scammers
Answer by Ronin
well i guess some people have an easier time in seeing the easter bunny, so sure….
Answer by spica
I think the difference is practise, intuition and acquaintance with the card symbolisms.
is there a site that i can put in the tarot cards to get a reading?
i have a set of tarot cards but i want to know if im reading the spread correctly.
Answer by Geezah
There’s no universally “correct” way to interpret how all the cards fit together in a reading. The same card can take on different specific meanings in different contexts. Learn the overall meanings of each individual card (your deck should have at least contained a little white book), and use your own mind to interpret what you see.
Answer by Cindy
Tell us what the spread is, and what the cards are. There are several tarot readers on this site that would be happy to give you an interpretation. The problem with the automated sites is that they don’t offer meanings that are in context to the reading. However if you want to, www.aeclectic.com gives you card meanings, as does www.learntarot.com.
Answer by BrianJ
Your cards should have come with a book… i always throw mine away but they do come in the box or they are at least supposed to.
Answer by Misscpb
Hopefully the site below can help you interpret your cards ok:-
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