Well, ya’ just can’t keep a good Witchy Woman down. After many years, I am back to share new information and tons of experience in the area of Woo-Woo. (aka: supernatural and paranormal area.)
Just to refresh your memories: I am a professional Tarot reader as well as an award-winning author of paranormal/supernatural books. Many people ask how I got started reading the Tarot. It runs in my blood for one thing. Both Grandma and Aunt Anna were “gifted” in this area, so it just comes natural. For another, it always fascinated me how a perfect stranger could throw a few cards and be able to tell so much of my past, present, and future. So, I decided to find out. I signed up for Tarot reading classes and the rest is history.
In upcoming posts I will share some of my experiences, pet-peeves, tips, and knowledge I’ve gained over the 30 years of reading cards. Today is a combo of misconceptions, pet-peeves and a tip.
Misconception #1: Tarot Cards and Readers are not fortune tellers! Sorry, but no one but God knows your future. Because of a little thing, called “free-will” futures are not absolute. Now, I know this sounds like a cop-out. Never-the-less it’s the truth. The cards are only tools that can reveal new possibilities and help one gain new perspective on subjects.
Pet Peeve #1: You’re cursed! Oh, boy, this gets my blood to pumping. If a reader says there is a curse on you and for ten dollars they can light a white candle and get rid of it, RUN! This is bull-shit! Very, very few people are cursed and it they are believe me, money and a white candle ain’t gonna get rid of it! Sincere readers help and give hope. They do NOT scare the crap out of their clients.
Tip #1: Beware the “Dollar-A-Minute“: Most readers charge a dollar a minute. There is nothing wrong with this. We are providing a service and are working and should be compensated. However, just be aware. Some readers are in it for the “buck”. Ten-minutes for ten dollars? Yeah, that sounds great. But at 9:59 the reader throws out a tease by saying: “A tall, dark stranger will enter you life.” Well of course, you want to know more! The next thing you know, a ten-minute reading stretches out longer and your ten dollars is shot.
That sums it up for now. In the next weeks we will examine the cards and their meanings. Until then, stay safe. Be kind.
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