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Do Tarot Cards Actually Work?

Tarot divination is a polarizing subject. A lot of people are quick to say that tarot cards are nothing but nonsense and that people who read tarot cards for money are con artists. Many others condemn tarot cards as an abomination meant to deceive its believers and practitioners. If one were to simply reflect their own judgements back upon either of these two camps, the latter would be dismissed as paranoid accusers projecting their own twisted desires onto others, while the former would have to be seen as trolls guarding the bridge of spiritual enlightenment. Essentially these two types are one in their pretense of authority…

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Rider-Waite vs Crowley-Thoth

If you are new to tarot cards, the first decision you’re likely to make is between these decks (or possibly their clones). For most beginners, the choice is obvious. Since the Book of Thoth comes with a small library of recommended reading material to familiarize ones self with the deck, learning to read tarot with the Rider Waite (or RWS-inspired deck) is a no-brainer. The Rider Waite tarot deck has one simple instruction book about the cards which can be referred to easily during any reading. This small book is called The Pictorial Key to the Tarot….

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Charlatans

There is a place in cyberspace where people come in flocks. A daily pilgrimage of sorts to seek answers; a quest to be saved from themselves for they cannot do it with their own hands thus, they would go from one charlatan to...

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