Tarot London UK
|22nd September 2018|
ABOUT THE RIDER WAITE TAROT DECK
I use the Rider Waite tarot cards, which is a deck of seventy-eight cards dating back over several hundred years. The deck is made up of two sections, today commonly known as the Major and Minor Arcana. This deck is considered to be the 'definitive' tarot deck. The deck was first published in 1909 by William Rider And Son of London. The deck was designed by Pamela Colman Smith in accordance with A. E Waite's instructions. Each card has a different set of meanings, predictions and pieces of practical advice.
The Major Arcana is a section of twenty-two cards, each showing a universal theme (what Jung would have called an archetype). The Major Arcana
The 56 cards in the Minor Arcana consists of 14 cards in each of four suits; Wands (or Rods), Cups, Swords and Pentacles (Coins). The word 'Arcane' means secrets or mysteries. These minor cards represent the daily situations and emotional states of daily life. There are also sixteen Court cards consisting of Pages, Knights, Queens and Kings. These can indicate aspects of ourselves or others or can represent actual people.
I use the cards together with my psychic skills to offer my clients sensible, down-to-earth answers to life’s questions
The Tarot can can help and advise about:
Using the tarot cards in a psychic reading requires a certain degree of ritual in shuffling and selecting the cards and laying them out on the table in the form of a 'Spread'. Spreads can be traditional formations as in the Celtic Cross. By randomly selecting the cards that represent answers to the querants (your) questions is an extremely enlightening and mysterious process. It is believed that the universe/spirit has guided the reader or psychic to choose the appropriate cards. Tarot cards are interpreted according to their position in the spread, and intuitively interpretated. Some readers use reverse cards, but I read in a different, but equally accurate manner..
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