How accurate are tarot readings?

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I keep getting different answers from different tarot readers. I am confused as to whether they are accurate or not?

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  1. You are suffering from tarot reader overload. Since you have received different answers from different readers, what does your instinct say? If a reader zeros in on your energy, they will be right on the mark. If it’s vague or general, well, anyone with a set of cards or guess’s can do that. If a reader asks many questions, hang up-they have no clue about you. Many believe in readings, many (with closed minds) do not. A good reader/advisor will have years experience and know how to tap in on a higher wisdom/spirit to help read the inquirers energy. Cards are powerful tools but they can be misused or not understood by a beginner or someone who has no gift. Right now you won’t believe anyone since you are confused and have way to many answers. Next time, try this woman. She is amazing with her sight and what really kills me, is she needs nothing-no birthdate, no name. She goes by your energy on the email address. You can ask her a question and she will take it from there and be off and running. Or you can just say-I need help, what do you see for me. Best of all, she isn’t even expensive, practically gives it away. Look her up-Luna Archer. She’s amazing.

  2. Well, tarot isn’t so much about magic as it is about psychology.
    I’ve used both tarot and runes, and they work in practically the same way; they’re a means of self-discovery, rather than telling the future.
    Let me explain…
    You’ve seen a tarot deck, right? It’s just a bunch of picture cards!
    The general idea behind a tarot deck or a set of runes is that all people already know the answers to their questions, but sometimes they just don’t know it.
    So, in tarot, you’ll draw a card or a few cards (depending on how you want to do it, I suppose), and after you get them, you interpret them to your own personal situation.
    “Interpret”? Yes!
    You see, the pictures on the cards are pretty ambiguous as to their meanings, and different people will think different things about a card (kind of like an ink blot test, you know?). The thought is that the way you feel about the cards you drew will help you better understand whatever situation you were thinking about, be it a relationship, a situation at home, etc…
    As for “telling the future” and such miscellany, most people don’t use it for that.
    The people who started the idea of tarot and runes firmly believed that the future is not set – that you can change it for the better or worse, if you so desire.
    You can’t use tarot cards to find out EXACTLY what will happen in the future.
    But tarot cards CAN help you use your hidden intuition to ponder on where you might end up if you keep doing things as you are in the present. You can find out if you need to take a course of action.
    Honestly, it’s a form of ancient psychology. Tarot cards are simply a tool used to help you gain more self-understanding, to help you find out what you know about something.
    Little known fact: Tarot doesn’t need “magic” or anything of the sort; people from ANY religious background can use tarot cards as a means to understand themselves better. Neat, huh?
    OH, and as for your conflicting readings from various tarot readers… that’s to be expected. They aren’t you, so how will they know what YOU know about your questions? That’s like expecting a psychologist to automatically know how to solve your problems as soon as you step foot into their office! It just doesn’t work that way!
    If you want to get something meaningful out of tarot, the best way to go is either do it yourself or have a VERY close friend help you out. Someone who knows you (and the situations you’re seeking to understand) very well.
    If you don’t have a deck, there are plenty of “virtual” decks you can use online.
    Again, they’re just picture cards – you could make them yourself if you wanted. They’re nothing special.

  3. Flipping a coin when asking “yes-no” questions would be at least as accurate, and probably more so. At least that way you have a 50-50 chance of being correct, “tarot” cards can’t do nearly as well.
    Peace.

  4. What you should be asking yourself is How real is magic. That’s all Tarot is is magic. If you don’t believe in magic, than along with that, you shouldn’t believe in the powers of the Tarot cards. And Vice Versa.

  5. The fact that you are getting different readings from different readers should tell you everything you need to know about it. Just don’t keep spending money until you find one that says what you want to hear. It’s garbage.

  6. What you are observing should give you your answer. Truth cannot conflict with truth. Therefore conflicting answers necessarily mean untrue answers. Which you should expect since these people are just making the whole thing up.

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