In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(pack)the tarot — el tarot
- Some common examples are the Tarot, Runes, I-Ching, Ifa.
- The suits are only called what they are because they were common objects when the Tarot was originated - swords and staves, coins and cups, they're everyday items.
- I make decisions easier now and don't agonize over them like I used to - the pendulum and Tarot have helped me greatly here.
- I did much reading about Reincarnation, Astrology, Magick, Divination and Tarot.
- Our strengths include our commitment to truth and healing, our unconstrained support for one another, and the gift that is Tarot.
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- She claimed to be able to sense the suit of a tarot card (Fire, Water, Matter, Air) through opaque barriers.
- "Great," She smiled, " I'm gonna go over and talk to her, maybe have her read my tarots".
- While visiting a friend who has a 2 year-old, I saw a card on the floor that looked like a tarot card.
- If a tarot card gets ‘marked’ in some way, that can generally be considered a blessing on that card.
- Investigators found a spent bullet casing and a handwritten message scrawled on the back of a tarot card that denotes death.
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