Recently a new Tarot Card Reading app for mobile devices was launched, the new app is called “Tarot eCards” by WizardToo.
Most people remember their first Tarot Card Reading, having their fortune told with the history of the Tarot card deck and the mystery that surrounded it; now, you can re-live that mystical experience everyday on your mobile devices with a new mobile app for Apple devices.
This new Tarot Card Reader app offers the ability to read and explore Tarot cards with your iPad, iPhone and iPod touch – with other devices soon to be supported with this new Tarot app. Offering an intuitive and easy to use interface that is very close to real-life Tarot Readings, the Tarot eCards app offers users the joy of Tarot with the ease of having the reading done through their mobile devices.
From a recent press release by Tarot eCards developer WizardToo.
Tarot cards date back to the 1400′s and continues to have worldwide appeal. Originally used for card games, Tarot continues to find use as a tool for personal insight, spiritual guidance and divination, and millions of printed Tarot decks are still sold annually. “We worked with Tarot professionals to bring the user experience into the modern digital era while striving to maintain the integrity and heritage of Tarot,” explained Ron Leong , founder of WizardToo. The advantages of digital Tarot cards are that they are easier to use, information is more readily accessible and the internet makes Tarot decks available to a global audience.
By combining a popular, centuries old product with new technology, Ron believes this could be a catalyst to bringing a new level of interest to Tarot. Tarot cards will now be more accessible, easier-to-use and less costly which should enhance its appeal. With the growing use of mobile devices throughout the world, Tarot can reach a broader audience. Millions of people around the world will now have the World of Tarot at their fingertips.
This new Tarot Card Reading app is sure to be something that every Tarot Card enthusiast with an Apple device will want to check out for the ease that an instant Tarot Reading on their mobile device will offer them in daily life decisions or simply entertainment.
What is your favorite Tarot Card Reading app for mobile devices? Shout out in comments.
Will Obama be victorious yet again in November? 2 of 3 Psychic and Tarot Card Readers seem to think so according to a recent article.
Can Obama really pull out a win after a complete failure in his first presidential debate? Perhaps he will win big in presidential debate three, in fact he may have to win big according to recent polls, and that is exactly what some Psychic and Tarot Card readers think may happen.
As written recently by the gazette.com, three Colorado Psychic and Tarot Card Readers predicted Obama as the victor come November.
Psychic Gushikawa shuffled her Tarot cards, sprayed her head and shoulders with frankincense and myrrh to clear her energy, and contemplated the upcoming presidential election.
The 59-year-old woman, with her calm voice and long dark hair, dealt the cards in a sweeping motion around a small table at the Metaphysical Celebration in downtown Colorado Springs on Monday.
“We’re having a rebirth of our nation,” Gushikawa said, interpreting the cards and describing 2013 as one of economic and international renewal for the United States. “It will take four months time to turn it around, but we’re ready to rise again.”
The woman, who said her name means strong spirited river, looked up from the table.
“What I’m seeing is that we will have (Barack) Obama as the president,” she said.
Astrologer Mary Jayn of Colorado also weighed in and predicted Obama as the presidential victor in November as reported by the gazette.com.
Two of the three who enthusiastically took part in the exercise said the cards, stars and other energies point to the re-election of President Obama.
“According to my charts Obama will win,” said Mary R. Jayn, an astrologer from Lakewood. Jayn said this is the 13th presidential election she has predicted with astrological charts. Her first was in 1964.
“I’ve missed with two out of 12. Those are pretty good odds,” said the self-proclaimed Democrat, noting that she even nailed the controversy-ridden George W. Bush-Al Gore race in 2000.
Could president Obama’s poor debate performance and the continued bad economy mark his demise – or will the American people see through that?
What do you think, will president Obama win re-election in November? Shout out your comments.
Psychic Line News had previously written about 5th generation Psychic and Tarot Card Reader Rachel Adams who simply wanted to practice her craft in the small Louisiana town of Alexandria, but was stopped from doing so by a local “Psychic Ban.”
Section 15-127 of the city code deems it unlawful “for any person to engage in the business or practice of palmistry, card reading, astrology, fortunetelling, phrenology, mediums or activities of a similar nature within the city, regardless of whether a fee is charged directly or indirectly, or whether the services are rendered without a charge.”
You can read that full article about how Rachel’s struggle began in: Tarot Card Reader Fights City Ban In Court.
As written recently by the Jackson Sun, Tarot Card Reader Rachel Adams took the ban to federal court and won!
A federal judge has struck down a central Louisiana ordinance banning fortunetelling, palm reading, astrology and similar activities in the city of Alexandria.
U.S. District Judge Dee Drell’s ruling Wednesday concurs with a magistrate’s conclusion that the ordinance is unconstitutional.
Rachel Adams is a fortune-teller who says she accepts donations but doesn’t charge for her services. She sued the city after a police officer issued her a court summons in 2011 for violating the ordinance. A violation can result in daily penalties of up to $500.
The city argued the business of fortunetelling is a fraud and inherently deceptive, but U.S. Magistrate James Kirk concluded that fortunetelling is free speech protected by the First Amendment.
The court case started when Psychic Rachel Adams and her husband previously moved to Alexandria, but when the Psychic contacted the city about a business permit she was told that kind of business wasn’t allowed, and she was later cited by the Alexandria Police Department for violating the fortunetelling ordinance.
In a recent interview with the illustrator of a new Steampunk themed Tarot card reading deck, inventor of the unique new Tarot Card deck Barbara Moore discusses her roots in Tarot and how the new deck came about.
As recently reported by westword.com, Barbara Moore discusses her inspiration for the deck and Tarot roots.
Westword: How did you first get into Tarot and what has your journey in that aspect of life looked like?
Barbara Moore: In college, at a party, a friend brought out a deck and I fell in love without really knowing what it was. I was working on my history degree with a focus on the Middle Ages and Renaissance, with additional interest in art, mythology, and psychology, so the tarot was a perfect blend of my degree. That was over twenty years ago.
In the beginning, I studied on my own, buying books and experimenting. The Internet wasn’t what it is now. Later, when I moved to Minnesota, I got a job with Llewellyn Publishing, a company that publishes tarot decks. Over the years, I worked with them to create a job focused specifically on their tarot line. Working on helping other projects come to life and reach bookstore shelves has been satisfying. Later, I had the opportunity to work on my own projects.
I currently do project development for Llewellyn and Lo Scarabeo, an Italian tarot publisher. In addition, I continue to write books, design decks, do readings, and teach. One of my favorite things is speaking at conferences. It combines some of my favorite things: tarot, travel, and meeting other tarot lovers.
Can you talk about the decision to come out with a Steampunk deck?
About five years ago, I bought a necklace through Etsy. It was a cool combination of Victorian and some sort of futuristic yet retro feel. It was a look that I always liked but didn’t know was an actual look, if you know what I mean. The necklace was tagged with the descriptor “Steampunk.” A few Google moments later, I understood. “So what I like has a name!”
All excited, I told a colleague (Andrew, who is mentioned in the book’s dedication) about it. As we discussed the themes of Steampunk, he said, “you should make a Steampunk tarot.”
How did you go about deciding how to draw this deck — the suits and the major arcana?
You mean, how did I decide about the art direction, right? Because I didn’t draw it. I designed it. British artist Aly Fell is the artist who worked with me.
I didn’t want this to be just a novelty deck. I wanted it to be a good reading deck, one that I would want to use professionally. Because I studied and work with decks grounded in the Rider Waite Smith tradition, that is the basis for the Steampunk Tarot.
All in all the new Steampunk Tarot Card deck appears to be very well done, and quite usable for accurate Tarot Card Readings as it is based upon the tradition of Rider Waite Smith Tarot Cards.
What do you think of this unique new Tarot Card theme? Be sure to leave a comment.
As featured by newsshopper.co.uk, popular Psychic Medium Tony Stockwell gives a recent interview to Matthew Jenkin at Greenwich Theatre on what it means to speak with the dead and what his life as a psychic is like.
WHETHER you believe in God, Buddha or the abominable snowman, deep down everyone would like to know the answer to one of humanity’s most enduring questions — is there life after death?
The answer is, of course, a matter of faith, but some people say they are able to prove that this world is just a stepping stone to the next.
Psychic mediums claim they can communicate with the spirits of the dead who are desperate to send a message to their loved ones in the land of the living.
Tony Stockwell has made a career out of doing just that, touring the world and starring in hit TV programmes, including Most Haunted.
He says his current show, going bump in the night at Greenwich Theatre on June 14, will do exactly what it says on the tin.
He said: “The show is entertainment in as much as I’m quite lively and have laugh.
But what the audience actually come for is accurate details and messages which defy logic.
“I never really see it as a show. I just see it as a demonstration of mediumship. People come back time and time again so it must work.”
Born in London’s East End, Tony grew up knowing he was different from the other children, seeing people who were not there and hearing strange voices calling out his name.
But it wasn’t until he was 16 and his friend took him to meet other mediums that he began to understand his gift.
He said: “Suddenly I wasn’t the only one in the world.
“There were lots of other people who felt the same things and were aware of the same things.
“That was a big revelation for me.
“When I was 19 I took the platform and started to do some demonstrations myself and I’ve not stopped since.”
Despite the preconception that most mediums walk around seeing horrifically mutilated ghosts begging for help, Tony says most of the time he doesn’t actually see the spirit.
He said: “It’s mainly feelings. But the feelings are huge.
“Sometimes I see whole scenarios or pictures in my mind.
“The feelings usually relate to the person, who they were and what they looked like.”
With very little scientific evidence to back up mediums’ claims, many sceptics have ridiculed psychics as con-artists and charlatons.
“I don’t react to sceptics at all,” Tony says.
“If someone came to me and said he was a Catholic or Jew, I would respect it.
“When I say I am a medium people want to challenge me, which I find very weird.