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Your Questions About Rider-waite Tarot

John asks…

should i keep practicing using my tarot deck?

i bought 2 tarot decks and they are golden tarot & radiant rider-waite tarot deck. i bought the golden tarot becuz i like the images on the cards and i wanted ot learn how to use them,but i found the tarot to be difficult meaning the cards have to many meanings. the rider-waite has meanings but not that many and i found it easy to study then the golden tarot deck. i want to practice hard and be a good tarot reader one day. should i keep practicing.

TarotTrumps answers:

I think you should. You seem to enjoy the activity.

Skeptics can yammer on about tarot not being able to tell the future, but when you’re reading the tarot to yourself you’re conceptualizing the images and meanings of the cards and they are reflecting psychological aspects of your own mind (and hence behavior patterns) that may otherwise have remained unconscious.

And this can give you insights into how your own thoughts and behaviors may shape your future. So it really is a type of prophesying.

Mark asks…

Tarot Card Help~Can I bring them to school?

I have the Rider-Waite tarot deck. I read on a small article that I cannot leave them unattended which I have done so for about 2 days. Can I bring them to school?

TarotTrumps answers:

Psychic here

And tarot friend had the right idea… I really have never heard of a deck you could not leave unattended unless they were talking about you spending a lot of time imprinting on them.

I did want to bring up one fact and that is In the US you have rights that protect you against any form of discrimination especial religious beliefs and this falls in that category… If EVER you are told that you can not have your religious beliefs in school “Get a lawyer”

they can not tell a christian they must leave their bible at home, but I would assume that you should keep them put away in your bag, to keep from causing a distraction and you really do not want others to touch them.

I hope I was able to help in your search for answers
read my blog on tarot reading http://www.psychictarotreadings.net/reading-tarot-cards-correctly/

Linda asks…

Can you explain what’s the meaning of this Rider Waite Tarots?

I had did an Tarot reading on the Rider Waite Tarot deck on someones relationship. The Tarots that came out was Three of Wandsm, Five of Swords, Strength, Nine of Swords, Five of Pentacles, King of Pentacles and Seven of Pentacles. Can you explain the meaning of these tarots together? How is the relationship?

TarotTrumps answers:

The 3 of wands talks about having to go that next step in the relationship, the 5 of swords tell me that someone is making another person feel belittled and push around in a way. The strength card is talking about having that courage to face your fears. Next we have the Nine of Sword showing tenseness and sleepless nights. 5 of Pentacles feeling like there is no hope in sight. Then we come to the King of Pentacles, a king take control of his life he does not let other tell him how to rule, this is what must happen to bring balance. The last card show with some work things can get better and turn into something beautiful, but both people have to be on the same page.

Hope that helps

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