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~ The Tarot Guide ~

This is a spread for all things tarot.

Feel free to post anything you like related to it. It could be information on specific cards, the background history of the interpretation, your favourite deck or how you learnt tarot. I have even seen people make their own photos of their favourite tarot card.

The only thing I ask is if you ask for help with an interpretation that you include what cards you got when you tried the spread yourself and you include your own interpretation.

The only other thing I ask is when posting photos if you set your picture to size 'small' so it does not over-take or disrupt the flow of the thread. I use Windows desktop and open the 'photo' app and select the 'resize' option and choose the Ďsmallí option. This size is 0.25MPS, the size for profile pictures or thumbnails. Or you can also post a link to your photo or attach a thumbnail.

Apart from those two small rules, this is a space for anything tarot related!

I hope you enjoy learning. Feel free to post any ideas you like that might help other people in their journey to understanding the ancient divination of tarot.


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Thanks for starting this thread.
I just began during the lockdown, and am fascinated by the cards, but am really at the very early stages. No questions yet, but look forward to following.
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I bought my first deck of tarot cards about two years ago. I started using it regularly in December time, about 8 months ago. The reason I started using it regularly and became obsessed with tarot was because of a boy but at least I learnt about tarot

The first deck I got is called the 'Oceanic' tarot spread. I chose it because it has dolphins and mermaids and I love them. It was also a very good beginner's deck because it gives you the keyword for the theme at the bottom of the card.

Here is a photo of the Oceanic tarot deck -



It is well used now. I shuffle the cards by halfing the deck and bending it and flipping them on to each other but by doing it this way, one of the cards is now ripped. When I was learning the meanings I would google the meaning of each card. Most of the interpretations on the internet are based on the 'Rider Waite' deck, and so I dismissed this deck as a beginner's deck only. I was made aware recently though that the Rider Waite deck is not the authority on tarot. Other people have favourite decks they feel connected to and use the art work to free form their interpretation. Now I look back with appreciation to my Oceanic tarot deck and I have learnt to appreciate the individual art work of each deck, especially if you feel connected to it.

For example, you will see the Queen of Cups and King of Cups cards together in the photo above. The Queen is facing towards the King but even though the King has his cup facing towards the Queen, his body is facing away from her. This body language is significant and any good tarot deck will have subtle meanings like this that you can use to explore the meanings by observing the art work.

However, when I was learning, I googled the meanings of the cards and this is how I learnt. Now I am ware of other methods, I will start using the 'observing the artwork' technique and I will return using my first tarot deck out of loyalty. However, since one of the cards was now ripped and was getting in the way sometimes, I decided now was the time to buy a new deck and I chose the Rider Waite.

I was going to order a Rider Waite deck on Amazon but the reviews were so bad. I suddenly had an idea to look at Etsy and I came across a Rider Waite set which included a wooden box that you can choose your own print from a small choice of about six tarot cards. It comes with a drawstring bag too. I requested a purple bag but a black bag arrived which was a bit disappointing.

Here is a photo and a link for buying the tarot deck if you want a recommendation (I have no link to the business).

- https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/5292...=1&frs=1&bes=1



When I began shuffling my new deck, I felt a sharp energy that was not there with the Oceanic deck. It felt more refined and mature. I did not want to spoil the cards by using the method I used before, so I just held them and gently shuffled put the bag to the side but when I was shuffling a thought appeared to me that said the tarot deck wanted me to use the bag, so I began using it. Black takes away negativity even if purple is my favourite colour and I wanted to respect and listen to what feelings I was getting.

I decided to introduce the deck to me by asking what kind of deck it was and what I can expect from it. I pulled three cards.

I always pull three cards because while googling tarot one time, I read that when you pull three cards the interpretation always lands with a past, present and future sequence. I have requested in other readings to not use this sequence but in my experience what happens is this sequence is usually what the cards are saying but three cards is such an easy spread to do for general, quick and every-day questions that three cards is what I usually do, unless I have a specific thread in mind.

So I pulled three cards and can you believe the cards I got? I was so amazed at the meaning behind the message.



The three cards are 5 of Cups, 10 of Cups and 7 of Pentacles.

I googled the meaning as I always do to get inspiration and the keywords for 5 of Cups is 'misery, loss and grief.'

The next card I got was 10 of Cups. You could not get a more different to the previous card. It has a bright banner of cups and it means 'happiness in general.'

The next card is the 7 of Pentacles, key words for this card is 'commitment.'

So the deck was telling me that it would be here for me for the good times and the bad, it will be committed to those times. To make this more personal, my grandad once told me that the high's are high and the low's are low, so that meaning has special significance to me. I was told that phrase through a psychic who said it was from my grandad but it stuck with me and it helped me grow and understand my emotions better.

What a lovely meaning

I do not remember if that spread was the first or second one I did, they both happened on the same day. I think the first one might have been one about the guy that got me obsessed with tarot in the first place. I want to talk about this spread to show you how I organise my readings and also the special significance of the first card to me.

So instead of using my general 3 cards readings, before I pulled the cards and while I shuffled them, I 'told' the deck in my mind that type of spread I wanted in advance. I wanted a card to represent me, a card to represent him, a card for his feelings for me and an outcome card.

These are the cards I got:



The card to represent me is the Page of Cups. I think this was the first spread I did because I got an automatic excitement at seeing this card because it is my favourite one so it was like the deck was saying it knew my soul! That feelings probably inspired the idea to do a spread to introduce it to me. The reason I like the Page of Cups is because months before using my Oceanic deck, I saw a spiritual spread online, which I will post on here for you to see. But one of the cards was saying what spiritual advice there was and for the answer I got Page of Cups. It was telling me not to lose my innocence or faith even if life is hard. I could never lose my naivety but when you are faced with dark times, you wonder if it was wrong to still believe. The spread was telling me not to lose faith and ever since then it became my favourite card.

Anyway, for this spread I am represented by the Page of Cups. In this context, it is saying I had naÔve excitement and expectations from meeting this guy. My heart was open.

The guy was represented by the 5 of cups. In the artwork his back is turned away and 3 cups have spilt over. His heart is closed and his heart is broken. This is also a card of loneliness. It describes him well, he told me he is heartbroken over an ex (even though the relationship sounded stupid anyway).

For his feeling's I got 2 of Cups. This card is saying the feelings are reciprocated. So even though he turned his back and walked away, he feels the same as me.

For outcome, I got 2 of pentacles. This one confused me a bit more. Would there be two women he likes, or will there be another man I like? Or sometimes two of pentacle's can just be over-thinking two options.

When I get confused on a meaning, I take the card to the side and pull two cards for it, one for what it means and one for what it does not mean. This is a great tip that I picked up online and I highly recommend it. This time though, it was the next day that I decided I was confused on the meaning of the two of pentacles so I specifically picked it out of the deck and did a general 3 card reading on what it meant in the spread.

The three cards I got for the meaning of the Two of Pentacles was:



I got the Knight of Cups, Ace of Swords and Eight of Cups. As I mentioned earlier, when I pull 3 cards usually it shows a journey of past, present and future and you can see that sequence happening here.

The Knight of Cups is like charging in with the promise of an emotional offer. Cups are the emotions card. Although a knight is strong, it is not as strong as a queen or king, and can quickly charge away again.

The Ace of Swords is strong clarity on something, what I did not know so you can guess I pulled two cards for what it meant and did not mean.

And Eight of Cups is walking away from a situation that has been making you sad, or having to leave a situation that is sad. For clarity, you can guess what I did.

So I pulled two cards for each of those two cards.

For Ace of Swords, I got 6 of Pentacles and the Justice card.



The 6 of Pentacles is the card of imbalance, you can see the wealthy man is giving coins to one beggar but not to the other beggar who looks in worse shape. Justice is associated with Libra, think the scales. So I concluded the Ace of Swords is meaning I will get clarity that even though Ross may return with a promise (Knight of Cups), I will soon realize things have not changed (Ace of Swords) and I will leave (Eight of Cups).

But I wanted clarity on the Eight of Cups and so I continued with it, I wanted to know if I would walk away or he would walk away or what exactly the sad situation would be that would make one of us walk away.

For what Eight of Cups means I got the 5 of Wands, for what it does not mean I got the King of Wands.



5 of Wands is the card of fighting but not hard fighting, it is playful.

The King of Wands is the master of the wands suit. I googled and came across a meaning about the King of Wands that said 'the ability to over come hardship.' Then the meaning became clear, one of us would walk away because of petty fighting and would not stick together and overcome out differences. That would be the outcome.

This is what happened last time between us but I have a feeling he will be back and the same will happened again, or maybe the outcome has already happened and this is just describing it. If this is talking about the future, I know what will happen and even if it looks like he is promising me the world, it is the Knight of Cups, and he does not have the staying power of a Queen or King.

I would like to add, I have read that the King of Cups can indicate a player, someone with too many cups but I have never read anything bad about the Queen of Cups, expect to say you are open and ready but the other person may not be.

This is the sequence of how I do my readings and this is how I learnt the meanings of the cards. Everyone will have their different ways of doing this, so feel free to post your own method or describe what you think a card means that I have used here, or post about a different spread or cards.

My next post I will post the spiritual thread I did and more about my favourite card, the Page of Cups.
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Thanks for starting this thread.
I just began during the lockdown, and am fascinated by the cards, but am really at the very early stages. No questions yet, but look forward to following.
Hey Elena, thanks for commenting. Yes it takes a while to get any connection to the cards. There are so many different meanings to learn and different meanings for each context. Tarot is so addictive though. Enjoy your journey and feel free to post anytime. What deck are you using?
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The Magic of Tarot, Liz Dean.
As soon as I have some adequate time, I'll post the photos. I chose it because I liked the images.
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The Magic of Tarot, Liz Dean.
As soon as I have some adequate time, I'll post the photos. I chose it because I liked the images.
Lovely, can't wait to see them
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There are lots of different spreads available on the internet if you google them. Or you can make up your own. The best one I've came across is called the 'Soul Purpose' thread. Even though I am always obsessed about a guy, it is important to remember that tarot is not just here for love issues but can be used for self improvement too. I once asked tarot what this love problem with this guy was trying to teach me and I got the Queen of Cups and Queen of Pentacles. I always got the Queen of Cups for spreads with me and this guy, there is nothing wrong with that, it shows my heart is open which is a good thing. The Queen of Pentacles is showing me that I will learn to protect myself more.

Here is the Soul Purpose spread:



Here are the cards I got for it:



I could have made the background nicer but this spread was done months ago and I did not know at the time I would be posting it. You can see I am using my first deck, the Oceanic.

For soul personality, I got the Moon card. This is the reason I chose to have the moon card printed on my wooden tarot box. The moon meant a lot to me for a lot of reasons but one of them was because it was telling me I was an empath. I feel hurt by people a lot, they project on me a lot. In the Rider Waite artwork for the Moon card, it is like the Moon is crying while the two wolves below it try to take bites out of it. That is what I see. The Moon card is telling me I pick up on energies easily and I am sensitive, this is so true. In love tarot spreads, the Moon card is also a card for deception. I have been told I am mysterious and hold myself back. This is from a lack of trust but to other people it comes across like I am not showing my true self.

The next card in the spread is 'what is my soul purpose?' I got the Eight of Wands. This is a fast and intense card with lots of energy. Keywords when you google it is 'Swiftness. Conveys immediate information or action.' So this card is telling me my soul purpose is to grow with a lot of speed, to change a lot. This life will be full of chance and growth. Not everyone's life is.

Advice for soul development was the 5 of Wands cards. This is the card of fighting but fighting that does not harm. In the Rider Waite deck it looks like a group of people fighting with sticks but when you look closer you can see they are not hurting each other and it is just children fighting. So the advice for soul development is to have fun! To fight and carry that wand energy but have fun doing it. I am quite a serious person so a reminder to have fun is good advice for me. 'Do not take life so seriously.'

Advice for progress is the Page of Cups card, which became my favourite card from this moment. With all the change I have gone through and the fighting it feels like, I have not lost my innocence. This card is telling me to keep it. Sometimes the world feels bitter and people take advantage of you and it wounds you deeply. The Page of Cups believes in life with naÔve innocence.

The 5th and last card was 'am I achieving my life's purpose?' I got the Seven of Pentacles. Keywords for this card are 'long-term view, perseverance and investment.' So this spread is telling me I have a long way to go yet. I took this meaning literally that I have many years left in me. This is good because I am young but you never knew 'when' you might depart this life, so it felt good to know I was not going anywhere soon. On the other hand, I had a long way to go yet. Even though I feel I have changed and fought a lot, I have a lot more change and fighting to do.

What did you get for this spread? Feel free to post your own results!
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For the moment here is the deck I use.
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For the moment here is the deck I use.
I like the art-work. It has a medieval look to it. 🏰 did it come with a booklet to look up the meanings? My first deck did although I ended up using the Internet to search meanings after a while.

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Yes, it has a book and a box!
Like you, at the end of the day I land up using the internet, especially https://labyrinthos.co/blogs/tarot-card-meanings-list
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Yes, it has a book and a box!
Like you, at the end of the day I land up using the internet, especially https://labyrinthos.co/blogs/tarot-card-meanings-list
Ooh whatís the box like? Would like to see it too. I read the most of the cards meanings and they were good outlines of the meanings. I like searching and then I usually click on old articles from tarotforum and read the conversations in there.
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Downloaded an image from the internet.
I like the images of the cards.
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Downloaded an image from the internet.
I like the images of the cards.
Yes the artwork is nice. My Oceanic tarot came with a box like that too, itís very handy. I didnít think keeping tarotís safe would make much of a difference although for my new set that came with a box and a pouch, I suddenly got a thought it wanted me to use the pouch, which I hadnít been using.
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Downloaded an image from the internet.
I like the images of the cards.
Yes the artwork is nice. My Oceanic tarot came with a box like that too, itís very handy. I didnít think keeping tarotís safe would make much of a difference although for my new set that came with a box and a pouch, I suddenly got a thought it wanted me to use the pouch, which I hadnít been doing. So I thought I might as well listen to it.
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Hey

Happy to see that you opened your tarot thread
I'm interested to learn new things on it

I learnt major arcanas. But still struggle to understand minor ones, especially with numbers. from 2 to 10
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Happy to see that you opened your tarot thread
I'm interested to learn new things on it

I learnt major arcanas. But still struggle to understand minor ones, especially with numbers. from 2 to 10
Thanks 3M. Iíll post some stuff about minor arcanaís. I know they have different meanings for each suit, like 2 of cups is positive, 2 of swords is like a stalemate, 2 of pentacles is a back and forth and 2 of wands is positive. But I wonder if there is a pattern to it somewhere. Ill try and find one.

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What have you found to be the most effective layout for the cards?
Is there one, or does it depend on the type of question ?
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What have you found to be the most effective layout for the cards?
Is there one, or does it depend on the type of question ?
Pulling 3 cards is always an easy one to do. It usually answers in past present and future so you can tell a story with it. And Iíve found if there is a strong picture in your mind like using a tarot spread photo instead of making the spread up as you go along it makes a big difference.

Have you been trying practice spreads?

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Yes, but on most I have no way of knowing how accurate my reading has been.
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Yes, but on most I have no way of knowing how accurate my reading has been.
The good thing about the past present future one is you can check the past and present for how much you relate to it.

Did you see the spiritual spread I posted? It was amazingly accurate for me and cos that oneís personal it might be easy to relate to. Iíd like to find more spreads and try them. I usually just do 3 card ones.
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I'll give it a try.
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Did you ever tried to do a reading with 12 cards?

(One for each house of the zodiac, or one for each month of the year)
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Did you ever tried to do a reading with 12 cards?

(One for each house of the zodiac, or one for each month of the year)
Thatís an interesting idea! What would the question be?
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Maybe just a general reading, or a question related to the evolution of something
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The one for each month of the year could be a Ďhow will this year be for meí or could be set up as a guide and asked a specific question of what month something may happen and if it is a positive card for that month that should tell you.

Do you remember that pdf that you received in Discord? The Inner Guide Meditation. It talks about archetypes and how each planet in our chart signifies an archetype and if a planet is afflicted you so will jay archetype will be. It also said tarot has been created using those archetypes and can be used to signify the archetypes in your horoscope. Iíll need to try it!!
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