Any one know some good websites a for tarot spreads?
I don’t believe in tarot telling the future, I my use of it would be much more like that of an inkblot test. Anyone know a good site for these kinds of tarot spreads or just know the spread themselves?
I know the Celtic Cross and The Fork in the Road. Something similar maybe?
Suggestion by Caleb
Tarot cards readings are controlled by Satan’s personal Minions. Don’t mess around with them.
Suggestion by Margarita Ville
I bet you will not find another page that has more spreads than this one:
There are around 4000!!!!!!
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How can I do a self tarot card reading?
I have a tarot deck, and I know how to do a horse shoe spread, and the celtic cross. I want to do a reading on myself, but I just don’t know how to go about it.
Suggestion by Tahuti Reincarnate
Well, I think one of the best newer ways to learn the meanings of the cards, is to go to facade dot com and try out their free tarot readings. Do this each day, and you’ll start learning the cards. If they don’t have your specific deck, do it with the Waite deck, as it relates to almost all modern decks.
Suggestion by Crystal R
That’s easy. Use the card that most represents yourself as the Significator and read it like you would anyone else. Of course you’d be the one askng the question, shuffling the deck and cutting the cards as well as doing the lay out.
Suggestion by Crystal clear
It’s often hard to be objective when reading for yourself. Try to look at it as if you were reading for someone else, so that your own emotions, doubts, etc. don’t get in your way. Perhaps you may want to start with doing simple three card spreads for yourself a few times a week, recording your interpretations of them and see how that goes – how accurate they are for you. There is a lot to reading a Celtic cross spread as a whole, and I have a hard time doing that spread for myself sometimes.
Here is an article & website that may help you.
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What is the difference between Tarot Cards and Oracle Cards?
As in, are they used in the same way? For example, could I use the Celtic Cross spread with my Goddess Oracle set? Also, someone told me that you cannot read yourself with the Tarot, but you can with the Oracle set. Is this correct? Thanks for the advice, please no negative comments.
Suggestion by Geezah
Yes, they’re both used in essentially the same way: divination, personal evaluation, etc.
Tarot decks though are always decks made of 78 specific cards: 14 cards of 4 different suits each (the “minor arcana”), then 22 unique cards (the “major arcana”). You’ll see some slight variations to these. For example, some decks call the “stones” suit what others call the “pentacles” suit, the Thoth deck calls the Justice card “Adjustment”, etc. But essentially, all Tarot decks follow this 78 card Tarot format.
There are other divination decks though that don’t use this format, and thus aren’t “Tarot cards”. These include “Oracle Cards”, the “Sacred Geometry” deck, and hundreds of others. I suppose nothing is really stopping you from using a Celtic Cross spread with these, but you may want to read the included LWB (“little white book”) with the deck and see.
As for the notion that “you cannot read yourself with the Tarot”, that’s not really true. You can read yourself. The worst that can happen is that you might not get an accurate reading because it’s very easy to be biased with yourself, and rationalize away problems you might be having. It’s good to get an on-lookers perspective sometimes.
Suggestion by LabGrrl
There are ‘rules’ about what make up a tarot deck, whereas a company can call anything an ‘oracle deck.’
Introspection is a major use of tarot, not sure why your source says otherwise.
Suggestion by thecityoftownsville_2000
Modern Oracle cards are designed only for divination and not for game playing.While the Tarot is commonly used for divination, it is actually a variant of playing cards. The Tarot was initially created in northern Italy for playing a type of trick taking card game. The so called “Major Arcana” was intended to be a trump suit. Although not well known in countries like the US, Tarot games are popular in European countries such as France. Cartomancy or divination with the standard 52 card deck is also practiced and was practiced before the Tarot was appropriated for this purpose. The Tarot and the standard deck of playing cards have more in common then most of us have been led to believe. Unlike the Tarot or the standard playing card deck, modern oracles are not divided into suits and do not feature court cards.
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