Where can you find a cheaper set of tarot cards, that still have positive energy?
I do not have a lot of money, but I would really like a set of effiecient tarot cards. If anyone knows a cheaper place in Mahoning County or a website could you please let me know?
Answer by bobthebulider
just google it
Answer by skoobysnaks1999
Answer by molly
I am sorry, I dont wish to seem rude but am I to understand that in this day and age there are actually people who trust their lives and what they do in that life to a deck of cards?
Answer by single occupant
I have no idea why the price of a set of tarot cards would influence its effectiveness.
Especially since the effectiveness comes not from the cards but the knowledge of the person using it.
Everything is not about money. Especially not the mystical, sacred or deep.
What are some fun things like palm readings and tarot cards to do at parties,?
I’m having my birthday party soon and I want some things to do for fun that interest me. For instance, I already own tarot cards and I know the process of reading palms, but what are some other things like that we can do?
Answer by Anime White Wolf
Tarot cards and palm reading are fine, but don’t use a oigi board. There have been documented paranormal haunting that were caused because of oigi boards. Other than that, tarot cards and palm reading are fine and shouldn’t do anything (though I doubt that they really work)
Answer by Sheena
Ouiji boards are fun, yet mostly uneventful because of the patience involved in messing with one. If you’re worried about any of that stuff bringing bad spirits in, just burn some sage and pray over the area you’re doing it. Rune reading is fun, so is scrying.
How do you shuffle tarot cards?
I have this book about how to use tarot cards and it says to shuffle them like regular playing cards but idk how to do that. It also says you can shuffle them how ever you feel like it but idk how. So please people help.
Answer by MarlaMartian
i do the bridge with mine.
Answer by deborahpsycic
You can shuffle tarot cards same as playing cards as long as you are comfortable and do not falter while doing your meditations/prayers.
Watch out though, I have found that the larger cards are a little more susceptible to creasing and bending… worn cards might have character but overly worn may not shuffle well creating a bogus reading
for more on tarot reading I wrote a blog that is very helpful http://www.psychictarotreadings.net/celtic-cross-tarot-spread/
and my vlog http://www.youtube.com/user/deborahpsychic#p/a/u/2/w4cB_2rYb_Q
i hope I was able to help you in your search for answers
Answer by Biddy_Tarot
I shuffle my Tarot cards just as you would with normal playing cards. That is, I hold them horizontally and on the side in one hand, and use the other hand to shuffle the cards from side to side (I hope that makes sense!). At first, this took a bit of practice – many Tarot decks use cards that are slightly bigger than playing cards. The more you handle the cards, the more comfortable you will be with shuffling.
Alternatively, you can put all the cards face-down on a table and shuffle them all together in a big messy pile, then pick up the cards again.
Answer by Helen
There are several ways. The “riffle shuffle” is the method used by professional card players (I can’t do it very well and it can damage the cards if you are not too good at it). Then there is the “overhand method” that I use, or just spreading them out on the table and moving them around before you reassemble them. The latter method is also best if they are too large to shuffle by hand. You can also shuffle them longways instead of sideways if size is a problem. Use whatever method you are comfortable with. Then you should cut the deck. This website has some good tips:
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