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Tarot Reading

                                                     “Tarot will unravel all mysteries”
History
The Tarot has experienced resurgence in the past two decades and has become especially popular recently, with newly minted modern Tarot decks coming out frequently. There are now dozens of decks from which to choose, representing themes from Egyptian and Celtic to Native American and Feminist.
Over time, the Tarot cards have had their ups and downs, falling from popular interest only to be once more resurrected by those in search of the deeper meanings behind their complex symbolism.   As the saying goes, "Truth will always come out."

Although researchers have tried for years to pinpoint the true origin of the Tarot, they are still unsure who created the first deck.  Some believe they were in use as long ago as the early 1300's in Italy.

During the late 1700's and into the early 1800's Eliphas Levi, a Catholic Priest, writer, and teacher, created the basis for the most popular Tarot cards still in use today.  Although Levi was born and trained for the Catholic Priesthood, he studied many other religions and subjects as well.  He studied the Jewish, Hindu, Polish and Masonic religions and Cabalism. 

Levi was also a student of astronomy, astrology, and the metaphysics.  When he created his first Tarot deck, he incorporated his knowledge of religions, the elements in nature (fire, water, earth, air), and what were believed to be powerful astrological events and symbols (most of which are still popular today).  There are even references to scriptures from The Bible shown in some of the cards.  Levi claimed he created the cards as a tool to aid his students in the art of spiritual enlightenment, self improvement, and self awareness.

It wasn't until the late 1800's that A.E. Waite realized that the cards could be used to predict possible future events.  Waite created the Rider-Waite deck based on the works of Eliphas Levi, and published the cards in 1896.  The Rider-Waite Tarot deck is the most widely used version currently in existence.

The Tarot was then introduced into the Western culture in the early 1900's, and was extremely popular during World War I.



In the 1990's more people are opening up to the idea of Tarot readers, Astrologers, and Psychics, yet there are still some who believe the cards are evil, or hold some kind of evil power.  This is simply not true at all.  The cards do not possess any mysterious powers, nor can they harm anyone if they are read in the proper perspective.  The Tarot cards reflect thoughts and actions in our subconscious and conscious mind.  Mind over matter to use the term loosely.  They can and should be used only for positive reasons.  As with anything else, if used with negative or malicious intent, the negativity (evil if you will) that is created will only come back on the invoker.

No matter the origin of the Tarot, it is clear that its motifs refer directly to fundamental human psychological and spiritual experiences. The more one studies them and practices their use, the deeper one's understanding becomes, and the more they resonate to the inner life, as well as to events in the outer life.  They are primarily meant to be used for enlightenment, for discovery of the authentic Self.

Benefits
It is true that tarot card reading can predict the future.   It can also help enlighten you in life.   You’ll learn a lot of things and grow as a person with the help of tarot card reading.
What are the benefits of tarot card reading?  There are plenty of reasons why you should seek tarot card reading.  You’ll come to realize that the benefits of tarot card reading can turn you into a better person and improve your life. 

Tarot card reading encourages and inspires you to reflect on your life.  It can drive you to accomplish your goals and ambitions in life.  You have needs and wants in life that you will gladly pursue after experiencing tarot card reading.  You’ll discover what you have to do to achieve you goals and dreams.  You’ll be able to find the positive meaning of your life.  In the long run, you have to face your fears to achieve your goal.  Tarot card reading will bestow you with courage to face your fears and resolve issues in life.  You’ll have the confidence and faith to do everything in your power to improve your life.  Most of all, you will find happiness inside you as you contemplate how happy and joyous your life can be.

Tarot card reading can guide you in making the right choices in life.  Through tarot card reading, you are knowledgeable of what decision to make to avoid unfortunate events and make your life more satisfying.  You will tend to be critical in decision making.  As you are given a glimpse to your future, you will be able to choose your path in life wisely. 

Tarot card reading can also guide you in your relationships.  For those who are unlucky in love, you may be able to be motivated to seek your partner after having a glimpse of the person for you courtesy of tarot card reading.  You can avoid making the wrong move and decisions in breaking up with your partner or having fights with your friends.  Aside form relationships, tarot card reading can help you discover answers in life that you wish to know.  After all, your life is full of puzzles and mysteries that you need to unravel.

In getting your tarot card reading, you are given the best treatment in your life.  You get kindness, understanding, and compassion since tarot card readers are very sincere in their work.  They address your needs as real and important, as well as being painful for you.  They empathize in your situation and comfort you since they too want to help you get a good life.  You’ll get the tender loving care that you need in your time of despair.  You’ll receive advices and a lot more to enlighten you in your life.  Tarot card reading can ultimately influence you to make the right decisions in life.  It helps sort out the right from the wrong in your life.  It sheds light to your plea to have a better life.

Personal Experience
I have been reading Tarot cards since 1980, when I received my first Tarot deck as a gift.  In the 29 years I have studied and read the Tarot, I have never once had a wrong prediction.  I have several repeat customers who not only believe that the readings help, but would fall apart at the seams if readers were no longer available. 

The cards have guided myself and others through many tough situations.  They have also helped me to better understand who I am, and more importantly how to improve myself and my reactions to others. 

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