Free Love Reading Salem Tarot Deck

What do reversed cards/card strength mean?

What does the tarot say about your love life?

The cards are shuffled

Free Love Tarot Reading

Choose 3 cards at random, first for the past, 2nd for the present and third for the future. These represents the week’s (or days or months) spiritual path. The combination of these three cards offers a spiritual lesson to contemplate during the time ahead. Ask not “what will the future be for me in my love life?” but rather take a modern focus on empowerment and ask “what can I do to affect my future?” or ‘what can I learn from the past?”

Choose 3 cards from the full 78 card deck below for your free love tarot reading!

 

The Past

 

The Present

 

The Future

 

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The deck of cards known as the tarot is divided into two parts: the Major Arcana and the Minor Arcana. The Major Arcana consists of 22 cards, each separately titled. The Minor Arcana is a combination of four suits; each suit is comprised of cards numbered from one to ten, plus court cards of Page, Knight, Queen and
King. The four suits of the Minor Arcana are most commonly known as Cups, Pentacles, Wands and Swords. Each suit of the Minor Arcana has a meaning. Traditionally the swords indicate ill fortune or difficulties, the pentacles indicate financial and material success, the cups indicate good fortune and love and the wands indicate enterprise and knowledge.

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Here are some snippets from a few of my favorite books

LLewellyns Complete Book of the Tarot by Anthony Luis Buy the Book!

Complete Book of Tarot: The Italian artists who painted the first tarot decks added a fifth, or trump, suit to the four standard suits to create a deck for playing a game similar to modern bridge. The early tarot decks varied in the total number of cards contained. As the tarot deck continued to evolve, the total number of cards eventually settled at seventy-eight.

Tarot Books

Elements of the Psychic World: A book that contains rituals, laws, healing lore, chants, spells, divinatory methods and other topics to guide witches in practising their craft. There is no single definitive Book of Shadows for witchcraft; each tradition may have its own book, and local covens and individual witches can adapt books for their own use. In past centuries Books of Shadows were held secret; however, some witches in recent years have made their books public.

Elements of the Psychic World: Charles H Foster, the ‘Salem Seer’, gave abundant demonstrations of the phenomenon. Before the Dialectical Society Edward Laman Blanchard told the story of how the name of his father appeared in red letters on the arm of the medium and immediately afterwards, in answer to a question, the numbers 24 on the palm of his hand, indicating the number of years since his death. The phenomenon was very rapid, the letters and numbers disappearing in the sight of those present without the arm of the medium being withdrawn. Dr Ash-burner examined Foster’s skin-letters under a powerful magnifying glass. He observed clearly that they were in relief and that the colouring matter was under the skin. Foster’s biographer, George C Bartlett, describes an amusing incident. A certain Mr Adams came to consult Foster. He saw the room filled with spirits in his presence.

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Elements of the Psychic World: A classic case of necromancy is that of the Old Testament Witch of Endor. The witch was hired by King Saul to conjure the dead prophet Samuel, who foretold Saul’s downfall (1 Samuel, 28). The practice dates back to Persia, Greece and Rome, and in the Middle Ages was widely practised by magicians, sorcerers and witches. The Church condemned necromancy as the work of ‘evil spirits’ and in England it was outlawed by the Witchcraft Act of 1604. Necromancy was also supposedly employed in Haiti by Voodoo magicians who, according to belief, become the incarnation of the god of death. The rites aimed to raise corpses from the dead in order to create a zombie.