In a post called, A Lesser Known Tarot Secret: Why Using This Can Fast Track Your Intuitive Readings, Today! I invited people to share some of their crazy Tarot card interpretations and I was blown away by all the responses.
This post will list all those crazy, cool, insightful and awesome Tarot card meanings that people have shared.
I’ve taken all those great descriptions and compiled them into a single post so people can read them at a glance.
I hope you enjoy reading these as much as I did – and hope this post inspires a few of you to go on “saying” what you see.
I will group all of the descriptions under sub headings so you can find what you’re looking for at a glance.
The Ratio of the Suits and Card Pairings
Barbara Moore recalls how she interpreted the “four Sword cards to indicate four Surgeries.”
Emperor paired with the Queen of Swords: You can imagine her giving him a real good talking to and telling him what she really thinks of him.
Death reversed paired with the Tower: There’s nothing to be afraid of. In the recent past the client’s finances were fine – but now, the client will spend more money on renovating the home.
The Trump Cards
Strength: Going to the dentist
Tower: Extreme Sports.
Tower: Falling, an accident in the house (a client told me her mother-in-law fell and broke her leg when she fell in her house).
Death: Seeing a picture of a skull (like at a party).
The Suit of Wands
5 of Wands: A panel interview
9 of Wands: Cut back on smoking and drink water now!
The Suit of Cups
Five of Cups reversed: A hangover
Eight of Cups: Going to prison (a client actually got busted in a drugs raid a few months later and did indeed go to prison).
5 of Cups: A friend moved away recently (A reading for a 12/13 years old)
Hilary also referred to some of my earlier articles – these are called Ten Excellent Tips To Help Recover A Tarot Reading and A Guide To Tarot Card Combinations. In these posts I discuss the benefits of “talking” to help clear the surface mind. This technique has the potential to open us up to the possibility of intuitive understanding.
The Suit of Swords
4 of Swords: Time to leave the club and get your beauty sleep!
5 of Swords: The hostile takeover of a company.
The Suit of Disks
The Ace of Disks: A Pizza!
Three of Disks: The baptism of a child.
Four of Disks: Going to Las Vegas
Druid Craft Tarot
I did a reading for a friend a while back using the Druid Craft Tarot, a basic PPF reading, one of the cards was the Fferyllt XIV. Part of the image on the card is Glastonbury Tor and Chalice Hill, at the base is a lake, which immediately struck me as being shaped like a tea pot, with steam coming from the spout. I put this to my friend, that she knew somebody who insisted on having her tea in a pot served in proper china tea cups with saucers, I absolutely thought my friend was going to tell me I was bonkers, however, she proceeded to tell me that an ex care client of hers that she had been really close to and counted a good friend, had recently died and she insisted on having her tea in china cups from a tea pot!
I hope this post has inspired, at least a few people, to get their Tarot cards out and start “saying what they see”. I want to thank everyone for leaving such great comments – it was a real inspiration to read all the unique and exciting ways different people “see” the cards.