Diviniation

@Draeke (324)
United States
March 16, 2010 9:15am CST
I have the natural talent for reading Tarot cards and am starting to branch out into some other forms/tools that are used. What forms/tools are you able to utilize, if any?
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@tessah (6621)
• United States
16 Mar 10
i cant use tarot for crap really. occaisionally certain decks will "scream" at me to use them.. then theyll work. but to randomly draw cards.. i suxXxor do with most "tools" im a seer.. and most recently realized im a "sniff" as well. mostly i will see the past. of how things used to be in a certain place.. or the pasts of other people when im around them.. and flashes off of objects.
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• Regina, Saskatchewan
16 Mar 10
I see the past a lot too. It can happen anywhere, and I've learned to keep right on walking when it happens in public unless it's so intense I have to stop and just breathe. It's one of the reasons I want so badly to go to Britain. I can hardly wait to experience what happens there! lol
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@tessah (6621)
• United States
17 Mar 10
im scared to go to certain places for just that reason. id be a pile of goo on the floor from some of the stuff im sure .
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• Regina, Saskatchewan
16 Mar 10
Lately I've been getting into the Tarot and Rune Stones. The Tarot I'm finding quite easy, but the Rune Stones are a real challenge. Rather freaking out the old folks in my town when they come to visit, but hells bells, if I can't have fun too what's the point? LOL
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@Draeke (324)
• United States
16 Mar 10
lol, its great yer having fun with it. I think Tarot is easier due to all of the visual cues to pick up on. The runes are of a simplistic symbolism in comparison. Is probly why I'm having some difficulty on it as well. I've been thinkin of going to my local DD and doing some readings there, if the manger allows, and freak out some people there.
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• Regina, Saskatchewan
16 Mar 10
Oh to be a fly on THAT wall! LOL
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@Draeke (324)
• United States
17 Mar 10
I use to spend hours at Bickfords, when they were still a breakfast place, and do readings while hangin out with my friends. The staff didn't seem to mind, prolly cuz i was friends with nearly every one of them, including management .
• Canada
16 Mar 10
I can appreciate the talents of others, but I don't think I have any. Don't know if any will appear in my lifetime, but one never knows. I do find it extremely intriguing, though.
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@tessah (6621)
• United States
17 Mar 10
everybody has somethin.. they either just ignore it, blow it off as imagination.. or theyre so accustomed to it.. its "normal" for them so they dont pay it much mind.
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