What does it mean to get conflicting cards in a tarot reading?
and why might this suggest that someone is involved with someone else?
Answer by Doc Bill
Nothing, really. Whenever I do a reading, I always tell the person(s) it’s only good for entertainment – nobody can tell the future with Tarot – or with the I Ching or crystals or any other supernatural means.
Answer by Ghost Wolf
I was told it means the cards are telling you to stop bothering them with the same question.
But I side with Doc Bill. I see them more as a fortune cookie. What you get is advice. It might be useful, it might not, but that really depends on how you use it.
Answer by Elaine M
Since each card has over 8 upright meanings and over 5 reversal meanings, it likely just meant you didn’t use the correct interpretation.
Answer by SadharaSatguru
Cards will only seems conflicting if you look at them literally, as it makes them black & white.
A lot of problems within life can have conflicting energies present, so why not the cards you lay.
Step back from such layouts & view it with an open mind.
How would i set up and do a tarot reading?
I just want to know how i do it in other words.
Answer by Lilith Raven
It would take more than YA to teach you….
Check out Amazon & look for related books….
Answer by gwhiz1052
You buy a deck of cards,pretend they are alive and their pictures have meaning.
Answer by curious_boyz
read the instruction
Answer by BOBA FETT
If there was a fixed recipe for reading tarot a computer could do it. Tarot cards are paper & ink, no more. If you want to pretend that a stack of pretty pictures communicate meaning to you go ahead and have fun with it. All it takes is imagination and a little gullibility.
How do you choose your significator for a Tarot reading? Do you tie it to your Sun sign?
ie. how do you personally choose your significator ? Do you tie it to your Sun sign? Your appearance? Do you let the deck pick for you?
I personally use the Queen of Cups as a sig. if I’m asking a relationship question (Pisces ascendant and Mars) and Q of Cups if I’m asking a career question.
Answer by alice
I let the cards choose the significator in a reading. But certain cards do represent me and show up often.
My cards are 9 of Pentacles, Hermit, High Priestess, and Queen of Swords(somewhat). You know my chart. 😉
Answer by LiveReadings
Personally I don’t choose a significator. I let the querent choose the first card as the significator. This has proven to me to be more accurate from a soul perspective of what the querent really needs to be focused on or is really concerned about.
Answer by Helen
I don’t use one, if I did I would probably use the Queen of Swords as it represents my personality and my sun sign.
There are some quizzes you can do to find “your” card (personality wise):
What Tarot card are you?
Which court card are you?
The answers can change depending on how you are feeling!
The following systems use numerology and/or astrology:
Raven’s Tarotscope (uses numerology and astrology with Golden Dawn system):
The Persona Cards section in Tarot for Your Self by Mary K Greer (p39) relates the 12 zodiac signs to the 12 court cards, e.g Cancer is Queen of Cups.
- signs you will get a job offer