Learn how to read tarot cards so you can get a peek into the future.

22 réponses à How to Read Tarot Cards

  • hsmhaters11 dit :

    @airsoftmasta102 that was only one question.

  • airsoftmasta102 dit :

    thats why i corrected myself look at the reply… i did to myself.

  • IntuitiveTeacher dit :

    BS this is NOT how to read tarot cards. There’s no such thing as a, « negative » card. Please don’t accept this nonsense as educational.

  • punisherfans321 dit :

    @IntuitiveTeacher you are correct but they mean when they are inverted it is usally not a good thing but i see your point

  • punisherfans321 dit :

    i love this vidio

  • punisherfans321 dit :

    @millerkazoo y?

  • IntuitiveTeacher dit :

    @punisherfans321 I completely disagree. A reversed card CAN mean that the energy of that card is blocked, and it’s the person’s job to « turn the card right side up ». It doesn’t HAVE to mean something « not a good thing ». A reversal can actually mean a good thing, depending on the card. A reversed card can mean the energy of that card is not in full swing, signifying the energy is either right before, or right after, « full cycle. »

  • Lancevfx dit :

    Why is she always smiling..

  • punisherfans321 dit :

    @IntuitiveTeacher i see well thank you but one card is usally alwase bad death

  • IntuitiveTeacher dit :

    @punisherfans321 You can read the cards any way that you like, but I’ve been reading playing cards and tarot cards since the age of 10 and I believe it’s a very harmful practice to see any card as, ‘bad.’ The Death card means a change in your life that you can’t return from. Like taking off a coat and burning it in a fire, you can never put that coat back on again. Assigning labels like ‘bad’ to a card gives the cards way more power than they really have.

  • TalkingFoxGoddess dit :

    I have ever seen a reading with so little cards…

  • JezusSlave dit :

    “…you shall not learn to follow the abominations of those nations. There shall not be found among you anyone who makes his son or his daughter pass through the fire [an ancient occult practice], or one who practices witchcraft, or a soothsayer, or one who interprets omens, or a sorcerer, or one who conjures spells, or a medium, or a spiritist, or one who calls up the dead. For all who do these things are an abomination [detestable] to the LORD…”

    -Deuteronomy 18:9-12a

  • NewtWithATopHat dit :

    @JezusSlave You sir need to not be so gullible

  • Ladyofdeath777 dit :

    @JezusSlave Thou Shalt not judge thy neighbor….

    – 10 Commandments

  • Ladyofdeath777 dit :

    Yuck… rider waite….

  • Ladyofdeath777 dit :

    @JezusSlave You have no power to judge…. you are not god…

  • JezusSlave dit :

    @Ladyofdeath777 don`t mislead judgment with warrning!
    I love you and I don`t want you in eternal hell!

  • chickurken dit :

    @Lancevfx She’s smiling cas her cards said shes gonna make a lot of money off that sucker.

  • misticanmaster dit :

    cool :L

  • misticanmaster dit :

    @IntuitiveTeacher u really know ^^ the lovers means 2 choices

  • shamontv dit :

    Nobody can be correct in pretending they know for 100% sure where the Tarot comes from. Those who see Tarot’s origin in Egypt and those who see Italy as it’s source are just two different schools of thought. The exact origin of Tarot shall remain a mistery…

  • TheAngietron dit :

    @JezusSlave Well, I guess I’m fucked. Lulz. This video was lame.

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