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Post  Lynn on Thu Mar 31, 2011 1:09 am

on another thread http://www.modernhandreadingforum.com/t180p15-tented-arch-like-loops
Patti & Kiwi were talking about Tarot cards. Patti said based on birth date she is no 9, the Hermit. Just wondered what is your basis for choosing a card to represent yourself?
In the tradition I learnt, the Hermit is the card for Virgo. Which makes me Temperance - the card for Sagittarius. Based on my birth sign, in the Court Cards I am Queen of Wands, the fire queen. But numerologically my birth date number adds up to 3 which makes me The Empress.




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Post  Patti on Thu Mar 31, 2011 1:40 am

Oh yes, I see what you mean. I am more than just the Hermit.

Being a Libra, I guess something with scales, like Justice would match. Having red hair I've nearly always identified, like you but for different reasons, with the Queen of Wands. I have a lot of fire in my chart. Leo on the 10th house.
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Post  Lynn on Thu Mar 31, 2011 2:08 am

Yes, Justice is the Libran card. The Air Queen is Queen of Swords for your birth sign, and your red hair fits Queen of Wands. My colouring & tendency to say what I think fits with Queen of Swords (tho I don't like to publicly admit to being Queen of Swords! Wink )

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Post  Roberta on Thu Mar 31, 2011 5:44 pm

Hi Lynn and Patti wave

Just wondering-- Is there a particular book and tarot deck you would recommend? I've had a Rider-Waite deck for years and just played around with it without really knowing much about reading the cards. Any guidance would be greatly appreciated!

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Post  Patti on Thu Mar 31, 2011 8:28 pm

Roberta wrote:Hi Lynn and Patti wave

Just wondering-- Is there a particular book and tarot deck you would recommend? I've had a Rider-Waite deck for years and just played around with it without really knowing much about reading the cards. Any guidance would be greatly appreciated!

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Hi Roberta,
I've collected many decks, but my all time favorite for studying, readings, and learning the tarot is the Rider Waite deck.

There are a number of good books. I think you would enjoy Mary K. Greer's work, especially "Tarot for Your Self" (which includes a chapter on working with your personal numbers and the tarot) I also like anything by Angeles Arrien. A good basic book I like and just gave my son with his first tarot deck this past Christmas, is "Easy Tarot Guide" by Marcia Masino.

When you're at a bookstore that has a few selections, you can get a feel for an author's perspective and style from just looking up one or two cards you are already familiar with. If you get a feeling of recognition and identify, then that book speaks to you, but if you feel like you have doubts about what you're reading then, it's probably not.

I think the tarot will mean in a reading whatever you assign it to mean - so it's more important, I think, to choose resources that resonate with you when you first start to learn the cards.
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Post  Roberta on Fri Apr 01, 2011 5:22 pm

Hi Patti,

Thanks so much for the very helpful information. I'll see if my library has the books you mention to get a feel for them. Also will look at various decks of cards at my local metaphysical book store.

Your son is lucky to have such a savvy mommy!

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Post  Patti on Fri Apr 01, 2011 6:28 pm

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Post  Lynn on Fri Apr 01, 2011 6:41 pm

hi Roberta, I think the Rider Waite deck is one of the best for learning, also one of my all-time favourites. When we teach tarot, we use 14 different decks so that students can see the various symbolism, many of the decks we use are based on Rider-Waite symbolism.
Juliette Sharman Burke's "Beginners tarot" is a good set as the card illustrations are based on RW and the accompanying book is very good.
My favourite deck at the moment is the DruidCraft - it has its own symbilism, more pagan based, so it's good to have the set that includes the book.
As Patti says, you have to go to cards & books that you identify with. Some decks are beautiful to look at but difficult to read with etc.

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Post  sv-b on Fri Apr 01, 2011 8:44 pm

Hello lynn, and patti, Smile

Nice to discuss with you after the long interval. Indeed, i have a question related to this topic. (as usual)

I see the principle behind every divinations. Hence, I am curious to know the principle or philosophy or theory behind the tarots as well. Various spiritualists from various countries have introduced various set of tarot cards. so, are these all various set of cards framed by the single common philosophical idea - like planetary or astrology related. Picking the card and knowing their future/ character echos the idea of either spiritual divination or co-incidence. which amongst this two is true? Smile

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Post  Roberta on Sat Apr 02, 2011 1:54 am

Hi Lynn,

I really appreciate your information and will look for the Burke book. I think my head would be spinning with 14 tarot decks! I'll stick with the Rider Waite for now and as time permits take a look at other decks to see how they feel.

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