Who Believes In Tarot Card Readings?
Trying to determine whether or not it is worth the time and effort to design and build a Tarot Card software to allow people to do personal readings on their own?
Suggestion by smoking frog
Suggestion by Matt
It is a fraud and people doing it are con men. Stay away if you like your money.
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Suggestion by Skyla
You can have fun with it but don’t take it to seriously.
Iis tarot card readings or psychic on general considered witchcraft and why to christian believers and explain?
Esp why are peopl born with the ability to read minds or other psychic abilities. Someone who can answer with expertise pleases and thank you
Suggestion by WellTraveledProg
Not “witchcraft,” just ridiculous, proven-false nonsense.
Nobody is born with any ability to read minds, or any other “psychic abilities.” Those who claim to have such “abilities” fail every objective test ever put to them. There are no such abilities.
Suggestion by AdamKadmon
The real reason god forbids these are that they are 1) not accurate to any degree and 2) if you do believe in them you may turn to them, instead of to him!
You’re coming to us from another language, aren’t you.
How does someone do tarot card readings over the phone or internet? Thank you.?
I’d really like to know what the method is if they do it without the person present, and is it accurate? Thanks.
Suggestion by T R
From my experience, the Tarot card reader asks you to think about things important to you while you select a set of numbers. The reader then pulls the corresponding cards and forms the set of predictions from them.
Is it accurate? No, Tarot is not accurate whether in person or over the internet. Like many forms of fortune-telling, Tarot produces very vague and general kinds of predictions that can be true of many people. A Tarot reading therefore is likely to produce at least a few predictions that resonate with the customer. If the customer believes that Tarot reading works, there will be a strong psychological tendency for the customer to fit his/her own personal life into the vague predictions given, making it seem as if the Tarot reader actually made accurate predictions.
So you might find that repeat Tarot customers are very adamant about the accuracy of their readings, but it’s really nothing more than the above.
Suggestion by Peter D
Tarot card readings over the phone or internets are (statistically) *exactly* as accurate as Tarot card readings done in person. Since they are little more than guessing and making purposefully vague generalizations then it doesn’t really matter if you’re in the room with the person or not.
I’m sorry, but Tarot card reading is just another way to separate the credulous from their money.
Suggestion by zachary9351
I actually tried it.The person seemed very nice.The results were generic like astrology or throwing bones.The reading could pertain to me or anyone else.My advice,try it if you want,just don’t take it seriously.
Suggestion by wushuboy001
tarot card reading, like most psychic readings to strangers are done by a technique cold reading. Some people are better at doing it in person, but it can be done over the phone or internet.
The idea is to be vague and fish for information. When you get solid bits of information, you then restate it as if it came to you in a psychic premonition.
Telling the future is a great way to make money over the phone or internet, because it doesnt happen until later, and if it never happens, the reader can always say “Its going to happen soon.” because he didnt give a specific time.
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