Introducing some new aspects into Tarot...
Using a deck with the usual 22 Major Arcana and BOTA ascriptions, or with
27 Majors (Carlo Suarès ascriptions and the 27 Hebrew letter-astrological correspondences of
the Sepher Yetzirah), the three dimensional spreads can be rotated about the card that represents you, now.
These spreads have a Jungian basis.
This site will help you find answers to questions you might ask of the Tarot, with a choice decks.
There are sections to help you learn Tarot, and provide services to Tarot readers, or just have fun!
Use the Quicklinks Readings section to the left for spreads with interpretations.
Have a reading, for whatever question you wish to ask, with
- the original 1918 Rider-Waite/
Colman Smith deck, using interpetations from
A E Waite's The Pictorial Key to the Tarot,
- a choice of classic decks and spreads
using conventional interpretations,
- the Rider Waite/
Colman Smith deck,
using Joan Bunning's interpretations,
- Simple interpretations by Mathers
using either The (Robert Wang) Golden Dawn deck,
or the classic Marseille deck.
- the 96-card Minchiate deck,
- Aura-Soma Tarot, (1997)
- Greenwood Tarot,
- Tarot of the Crone
- Blue Moon, major arcana deck,
- full MAAT deck,
- Intuitive Tarot, or
- Mary Greer's Hidden Influences Spread,
with an option to hide or reveal individual cards.
- The Gilgamesh Oracle -
let the tales from pre-recorded history be your guide;
see which section of the epic tale of Gilgamesh is appropriate to you at this time,
and which of the ancient humans, gods or goddesses can be your ally.
Will it be Íshtar, the principal goddess of Uruk, or maybe
Shidúri, a minor goddess of wisdom always willing to serve you ale,
the monster Humbába or even Gilgámesh himself? ... or
Úta-napíshti, survivor of the great innundation?
- The Anubis Oracle - a Journey into the Shamanic Mysteries of Egypt,
by Nicki Scully and Linda Star Wolf, with illustrations by Kris Waldherr.
Anubis is the original visionary prophet, the oracular being that moves between
the worlds and dimensions in order to inform us and open the way for deeper
understanding and direction. He is the shaman priest of ancient Egypt.
- The Devas of Creation Cards illustrate the
concept of the invisible energy patterns in the universe, and can be used for self-awareness and development, for meditation,
journeying, and the growth of spiritual and psychic abilities. You can also contribute interpretations, poems
or other text for each of the cards.
Generate a spread...
Ask for a Tarot reading,
Services for Tarot readers and students of Tarot:-
- Using Joan Bunning's
interpretations as provided in her "Learning The Tarot" book and online course,
- Specifying the cards in the
spread, and optionally using Joan Bunning's interpretations as hints for providing your own, or
- optionally providing your own interpretations and card-descriptors, (or with default interpretations), using
The cards can be resized, and dragged into any spread-configuration you like.
You also have the option to rotate the crossing-card,
- Compose a spread and reading, where you specify the cards to be displayed in the
spread and optionally provide your own interpretations. (classic decks
or more modern decks
Again, place and resize the images as you wish.
- Compose a spread and reading as above, with classic decks
or some modern decks using radio-buttons for easy use.
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