What are the meanings of these tarot cards to the question I asked (10 points)?
I promise you the ten points to a answer that can clarify these cards for me, it doesn’t have to be a long essay– it can be brief, i’ll accept anything.
My question was, “Will I ever get back with my ex?”
And the three cards I selected were :
1. The fool in the “Love & me” position
2. The lovers in the “situation” position
3. Judgement in the “challenges” position
Also a simple yes/no to that question would be nice too…
Answer by Al
No…the fool is also in your past position (which is you,foolish,naieve) , in love(the lovers,present) , letting go of the past(judgement,future).
Answer by *Lisamythical*
I really have no clue.
1. the fool in love position “Love & Me” means….Are you sure you know why you love this person?
2. Who’s in control /struggle. Yes.
3. Challenges like all relationships, but the first challenge will be the main issue that caused that breakup. Yes.
Where can i get some good tarot cards?
I’ve been looking everywhere for them, but i just can’t seem to find any, and if i do they’re just sooo over priced, so i was wondering if anybody here had any suggestions on where i could find some good ones ( with a reasonable price) Thanks so much in advance! xx
Answer by Giggity Giggity
They are only a tool.
Answer by Mickey GG
You have no logical alternative but to accept that Jesus is God:
“I’m ready to accept Jesus as a great moral teacher, but I don’t accept his claim to be God.” That is the one thing we must not say. A man who was merely a man and said the sort of things Jesus said would not be a great moral teacher. He would either be a lunatic-on a level with the man who says he is a poached egg-or else he would be the Devil of Hell. You must make your choice. Either this man was, and is, the Son of God; or else a madman or something worse.
You can shut him up for a fool, you can spit at him and kill him as a demon; or you can fall at his feet and call him Lord and God. “
For in Christ all the fullness of the Deity lives in bodily form,
Col 2:9 (NIV)
Answer by Rockadayjohnny
Answer by Maered
Amazon.com has some really good decks that you can buy used. Just make sure that you cleanse them well first with the smoke of a smudge stick, carry them on your person for about a month in a natural pouch (not made from synthetic cloth), and shuffle them hand-over-hand often to get your energies in tune with the deck and to let the deck know that your are its new owner and that you will take good care of it.
are tarot cards allowed in school?
Please read full story before answering:
Alright, so I am in 7th grade in middle school and an tarot reader. Tomorrow if basically a day were if you were good in school and did all of your homework, you can sit around all day and play games. I really want to bring my tarot cards to school but, not sure if I can.
I respect the beliefs of other people but please, do not give me a lecture about how “bad” using tarot is.
Answer by Maurog IV
Completely up to the school, so why don’t you ask in the school?
There are no laws against Tarot cards, so random internet people can’t help you.
Answer by Takkun.
It depends on your school.
Some schools will have rules against it. Check your little handbook they give you about it.
But I really doubt there are any.
Answer by Eva
Of course you can bring them, people should respect your beliefs and if anyone tries to tell you otherwise you explain that it is your belief and carry on using your cards
Answer by Peter
it skirts the boundaries a little with religious people, but other than that there is no reason at all to take tarot cards seriously so I short of someone going “THEY’RE EVIIIIIIILL!!!!!” I think they’ll be fine.
Of course if you’ve got some crazy religious wingnuts teaching you…
Do it for the lulz
- the lovers tarot future position
- fool in future position tarot