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034 The Tarot Ghostly

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Can Tarot Cards be used to Predict the Future?







Can Tarot Cards be used to Predict the Future? In Ghostly’s thirty-fourth episode, Pat and Rebecca explore the mysterious world of Tarot Cards. Many believe that these cards hold the power to predict the future and give advice. But can they?







Tarot Card Collection Photo by Rebecca Rivers







Questions Explored in this Episode







What are Tarot cards? What is the history of the cards and why were they created? How are they used today, and who uses them for mystical purposes? What other uses do tarot cards have? What are the rules for doing a tarot reading and are there some rules that aren’t true? Can anyone read tarot cards? What do the cards mean, and what is the best way to learn how to read them? How should I act as a reader, and how should I act as a questioner? Can tarot cards be used to predict the future?







The Queen of Staves from the Visconti-Sforza deck. Attributed to Bonifacio Bembo (15th century)







Rebecca Does A Reading For Ghostly



















Listener Mail and Questions







This episode we have some really creepy home story from listener Adam Gibson involving some middle of the night spookiness. Have a story or question of your own (or someone you know)? Send your story or question to info@ghostlypodcast.com and we might read it on the podcast. You can also email us individually at pat@ghostlypodcast.com or rebecca@ghostlypodcast.com. You could be on a future episode of Ghostly!







Ghost Story







Listen to Rebecca tell the rules of how to conduct a tarot reading.







History of Tarot Cards







Listen to Pat give the history of tarot cards. After exploring when the cards were created and why. Pat explores the evolution of how they have been used over the centuries. Surprisingly, they have not always been used for psychic readings. Even today they have many different uses.







Time for the Debate!







Join Pat and Rebecca for a good old-fashioned debate on the meaning behind tarot cards. They also debate how they are used. You might be surprised at the turn this debate takes on the morality readings.







Sample of Ghostly’s Tarot Reading Photo by Patrick Harrington







Vote on the Episode!







Vote on if Tarot Cards can Predict the Future using the poll on our Facebook page.  Search for Ghostly Podcast on Facebook and be sure to Like us so you don’t miss anything!







Poll Results







No poll results from our feel-good Christmas episode on helpful spirits. Still, need to listen to our previous episode? Check it out here.







Done Listening to the Episode?







Please subscribe to Ghostly and give us a rating on iTunes or any podcast app where they let you. Tell your friends! Then you can debate the truth yourselves! Word of mouth is one of the best ways to grow our audience, so we can do all the amazing things we have planned for this year. And be sure to find us on all social media at Ghostly Podcast.







Then visit our website, www.ghostlypodcast.com, to learn more about Ghostly, and, of course,

Can Tarot Cards be used to Predict the Future?







Can Tarot Cards be used to Predict the Future? In Ghostly’s thirty-fourth episode, Pat and Rebecca explore the mysterious world of Tarot Cards. Many believe that these cards hold the power to predict the future and give advice. But can they?







Tarot Card Collection Photo by Rebecca Rivers







Questions Explored in this Episode







What are Tarot cards? What is the history of the cards and why were they created? How are they used today, and who uses them for mystical purposes? What other uses do tarot cards have? What are the rules for doing a tarot reading and are there some rules that aren’t true? Can anyone read tarot cards? What do the cards mean, and what is the best way to learn how to read them? How should I act as a reader, and how should I act as a questioner? Can tarot cards be used to predict the future?







The Queen of Staves from the Visconti-Sforza deck. Attributed to Bonifacio Bembo (15th century)







Rebecca Does A Reading For Ghostly



















Listener Mail and Questions







This episode we have some really creepy home story from listener Adam Gibson involving some middle of the night spookiness. Have a story or question of your own (or someone you know)? Send your story or question to info@ghostlypodcast.com and we might read it on the podcast. You can also email us individually at pat@ghostlypodcast.com or rebecca@ghostlypodcast.com. You could be on a future episode of Ghostly!







Ghost Story







Listen to Rebecca tell the rules of how to conduct a tarot reading.







History of Tarot Cards







Listen to Pat give the history of tarot cards. After exploring when the cards were created and why. Pat explores the evolution of how they have been used over the centuries. Surprisingly, they have not always been used for psychic readings. Even today they have many different uses.







Time for the Debate!







Join Pat and Rebecca for a good old-fashioned debate on the meaning behind tarot cards. They also debate how they are used. You might be surprised at the turn this debate takes on the morality readings.







Sample of Ghostly’s Tarot Reading Photo by Patrick Harrington







Vote on the Episode!







Vote on if Tarot Cards can Predict the Future using the poll on our Facebook page.  Search for Ghostly Podcast on Facebook and be sure to Like us so you don’t miss anything!







Poll Results







No poll results from our feel-good Christmas episode on helpful spirits. Still, need to listen to our previous episode? Check it out here.







Done Listening to the Episode?







Please subscribe to Ghostly and give us a rating on iTunes or any podcast app where they let you. Tell your friends! Then you can debate the truth yourselves! Word of mouth is one of the best ways to grow our audience, so we can do all the amazing things we have planned for this year. And be sure to find us on all social media at Ghostly Podcast.







Then visit our website, www.ghostlypodcast.com, to learn more about Ghostly, and, of course,

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