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My long-standing fascination with Aleister Crowley’s Thoth deck and its companion Book of Thoth persisted from 1971 until 2011, when I joined the now defunct Aeclectic Tarot forum and expanded my reach with the Rider-Waite-Smith deck and its spin-offs, along with Lenormand reading, horary astrology and geomancy. For those with long memories, I’ve been going by “Barleywine” on the tarot.
Our tarot machine works in exactly the same way, expect you don't need a coin to spin the wheel of fortune, just hit the 'spin' button to get stated, cross your fingers and wait to see which tarot card the machine's hand lands on. We'll then give you an accurate interpretation of that card, but our interpretation shouldn't stop you from finding your own meanings by looking at the card.
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Tarot is a system of divination, using a specific set of cards (Tarot cards), while Cartomancy is a more generic term meaning any divination method using cards, whether special ones designed for divination (be they Tarot cards or any other sort) or just playing cards.Taromancy is another term used for tarot card reading. It is a branch of Cartomancy, which is the ability to foretell the future.
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May the Tarot Wheel spin for you in the right direction. Thank you for joining me on my journey through Tarot history and the structure of the Tarot deck. On these pages Tarot cards will learn you about the journey of your Soul from Birth to Eternity. You can read my pages sequentially as a book, or jump directly to the topics that interest you the most. Also don't hesitate to follow the links.
The Wheel of Fortune presents a moving wheel on which three strange creatures stand. The one on the left is moving towards the ground and symbolizes substance. The one on the right is moving towards the sky, embodying spirituality. In the middle of the wheel is the third creature that seems stable. It holds a sword and wears a crown on its head, which gives it authority and legitimacy.