About this Reading
This Tarot reading aims to provide inspiration for choosing between two paths or two scenarios, as we most often find ourselves at different crossroads in life. This reading focuses on the pros and cons of each scenario and the outcomes of our choice.
The Tarot Reading is a wonderful tool that can be used for gaining knowledge and deeper insights into one’s own mind and thought patterns. It is mainly used as a tool for exercising one’s awareness and command of the language of symbols, for, in the end, the Tarot is a book of universal symbols, and unlocking the language of symbols has always been at the forefront of occult research.
It can also be used as a divination tool, although there are however a certain number of limitations that one needs to take into account when using this tool for such a purpose:
– a Tarot reading is similar in principle with a Horary Chart Reading, in that it opens a window in TIME (see Horary Astrology listing under our shop), although it uses an altogether different symbolic language: the language of the Tarot Cards; where the rules of divining are no longer based on relations between different sets of logical relationships (zodiac, houses, planets, rulerships etc.); it relies then on the Reader’s Intuitive interpretation of the cards/symbols, without any context whatsoever. The Querent (client) need not provide any additional info, other than the question itself.
General Tarot Reading Guide
That being said, we have noticed some interesting properties of Tarot Readings in general. Although they open a window in the flow of Time, they are not time bound themselves. In other words, I can layout a 3-card spread today, face down, without looking at them, and at some point in the future, when I am asked to do a reading for any particular topic, I will use the spread that I had laid out any number of days before, and find that it is perfectly in sync with the topic or question. This brings up a number of interesting properties of Tarot and Time in general.
Finally, I am not a `psychic` and I don’t think there is anything remotely mystical or `occult` about Tarot. Based on the research conducted so far, I believe it has more to do with the fractal nature of Time, Consciousness and Destiny, and the language of Symbols.