Is there anyone know a website where they give out free tarot cards?
I always wanted tarot card without paying for them.
Answer by phaja1niner
Well you won’t get free actual cards here but you can get a free reading @ http://www.llewellyn.com/free/tarot.php. Lots of decks and spreads to choose from there.
Answer by Lillith
no free decks from anywhere that I have seen.
Make your own would be a fun way of having a deck and not paying for it
Answer by J G
You could try http://www.aeclectic.net. They have a forum there, where people trade tarot decks. You probably wont get a free deck (although, it’s been known to happen) but you could trade something you have for a deck. Some people trade for books, crystals, stones, and other stuff. It might be worth a try. Good luck.
Answer by Rev. Lynn D.
The best way to get a Tarot deck is to have someone give it to you as a gift. You may find that situation by finding a Metaphysical chat room or forum where you can post your request.
Other than that, you will have to pay for them.
How do I read tarot cards?
How do you read tarot cards? I have a deck but I’m not sure how to read it.
Answer by High Priestess of the RisenClock
welp…you could always play poker w/them 🙂
Answer by Birdman
Put them on the stove, and they’ll show you signs when you put them on fire.
Answer by Susie Golightly
There are various sites you can go to with meaning of each card. What you can also do is ask someone who is very good at reading them in a more in depth way.
Answer by Hyacinth
Years ago my older sister got a deck of tarot cards and we thought it was just for play. But soon after she began to try to read a fortune some very strange things started to happen.
She was reading them one night and she saw in them that she would be divorced. She was a year later, and she came home her husband was in bed with another woman. It was devastating.
She also had two bouts with cancer. She did not die from that. We also played with a Ouija board because at the time of all this we did not know it was wrong. we were Episcopalians and they do not know about the devil and such.
Well when you play with the Ouija board you take demons on and your life is worse then it was before. I also went twice to see a fortune teller. The things they told me were horrible. I was so scared. And the things did come true. It took me years to get free from the curses that came on me from dabbling in the occult.
My brother and a man I was friends with and another guy I knew that was a friend too, died within 3 weeks a part from each other. it freaked me out.
Not till about 20 years later did I finally get free. I was born again, and spirit filled and was going to a Charismatic church we were all in a circle and the Pastor said someone here thinks they are cursed. It was me. They never touched me but they all gathered around and they prayed in tongues over me and the demons left me. I fell to the floor as my knees went limp from the anointing of God.
I learned never to dabble in the occult again. I repented of it and I was delivered of other things that got on me from those times I was so dumb and foolish.
I hope this helps others to beware of the occult.
Can places correspond to Tarot cards?
I’m looking for real Tarot readers and enthusiasts to answer this question. I already know that Tarot cards are often associated with zodiac signs, planets, and people, but can they be associated with places or locations? If so, what cards are associated with what kind of place?
All answers appreciated.
Answer by Sahbaaz Ahmed
Answer by Tea
Yes, tarot cards can indeed represent a place.
Here are some examples of how the cards can correspond to an actual physical location:
The work place: 3 of Pentacles (customer service job), 8 of Pentacles (highly skilled career), 10 of Wands (manual labor), 2 of Wands (Working for yourself or a job in which you’re the boss).
A sporting event: 5 of Wands (Team sports event such as baseball), 5 of Swords (Dangerous or cutthroat sports event such as MMA, 7 of Wands (individual competitor sports event such as singles tennis or figure skating).
Wet places: 2 of Pentacles (At the beach), 6 of Swords (On a boat), 8 of Swords (In the swamp or wetlands), 3 of Swords (Where it rains a lot), 2 of Swords (By a lake or pool), Page of Cups (At a fishing hole), The Moon (A city by the water).
At a funeral: 5 of Cups (The person died tragically or unexpectedly), 4 of Swords (The death was either expected, peaceful or death from old age).
The outdoors: 7 of Pentacles (A Farm), 9 of Pentacles (A vineyard), Ace of Pentacles (A public garden), King of Pentacles and The Magician (A private garden), The Empress (A forest), Queen of Pentacles (in a beautiful outdoor setting), Queen of Cups and King of Cups (On an Island), Page of Wands and The Fool (In the Mountains), Strength (Wildlife preserve or zoo), Knight of Wands (In the desert)
At the doctor’s: 2 of Cups (The hospital), Temperance (Outpatient or family doctor).
At home: 10 of Cups (Your dream home), 6 of Cups (The home where you grew up), 10 of Pentacles (Where you currently live).
Money exchange: 6 of Pentacles and 4 of Pentacles (Bank or Lender’s office), Ace of Pentacles (Store or pawn shop) .
On the battlefield: 6 of Wands (Where a battle was won), 10 of Swords (A place where a massacre or holocaust occurred), 9 of Wands (A place that has been in constant conflict throughout history).
At a celebration: 4 of Wands (Wedding, graduation, birthday party etc.), 9 of cups (A party that you’re hosting…probably at your home).
Legal facility: Justice (The courtroom or a lawyer’s office), Judgement (Prison, Jail etc.)
Where you sleep: 9 of Swords.
Mental health: The High Priestess (Psychiatrist’s or Therapist’s office), The Devil (Psychiatric hospital).
In a vehicle: The Chariot
Places of learning: The Hermit (A library or bookstore), Ace of Swords (School)
In a dream: 7 of Cups
At the site of a natural disaster: The Tower.
In a very sunny or warm place: The Sun.
Ace of Cups: In the shower or bath.
Your favorite place to be in the whole world: The World.
Places of entertainment: 7 of Swords (Amusement parks, circuses and fairs), The Lovers (A brothel or strip club), Wheel or Fortune (Casinos, Las Vegas, Reno), 3 of Cups (Dance hall or bar), Page of Pentacles (Movies or theater).
Spiritual and charity: Hierophant (Church), Knight of Cups (Humanitarian organizations such as the Peace Corps), 5 of Pentacles (Homeless shelters, soup kitchens etc.)
Junk yard or garbage dump: 8 of Cups.