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About tarot readers.
The most important thing a reader should have is a written code of ethics which
they can show you and which they go by.
Ideally this should include;
1. The types of questions they are not qualified to answer, questions about
health, legalities, finance and psychological problems would normally be
included here unless they are qualified. Questions regarding third parties
should also be mentioned.
2. The age limit they put on questioners, this is typically 18 years but can
range from 16 to 21 year olds.
3. Their intentions when giving a reading, what they hope to achieve and your
responsibilities when using the information given in the reading.
4. Confidentiality, a guarantee of confidentiality should be given along with
explaining how your private information will be treated after the reading,
simple terms like ‘I go by strict confidentiality guidelines’ are not good
enough because no explanation of the those guidelines are given.
5. Their policy on discrimination.
6. Their policy on charging.
7. Anything else you should know about them and the readings they give.
Things to beware of.
If you're unhappy about anything or in any way pull out.
Readers who say you must or have to do something, it’s entirely up to you what
Readers who try to tell you when to go back for another reading, again that’s up
Readers who tell you a reading needs expanding upon but it will cost extra, get
Readers who tell you they can foretell the future, get out.
Readers who claim to possess a divine gift or power, even if they are gifted in
some way how would they know the gift came from some sort of divine
being. (You could tell the reader your ability to read a newspaper is a divine
gift and this would be just as truthful)
Most tarot readers with certifications are honest and have good intentions but
unfortunately there are also some unscrupulous tarot readers around who will get
themselves certified as tarot readers just to make themselves look authentic. (To do that
all they really need is some money and a decent memory, or a friend who knows
the answers) if you suspect anything is wrong just pull out.
Some have fallen for one of the biggest scams in tarot history. Proof, you could
be the best reader on the planet and know absolutely everything there is to know
about tarot but still the USA’s most prominent board of tarot certification will
not entertain you unless you follow their rules to get highly certified, these
include going through lots of certification levels, and every time you progress
to a higher level they make you pay more, why? Could it be because by making
readers do it this way they can more than quadruple their profits! (They could
easily produce a single test which defines a readers competency then issue a
certificate based on that)
Certification is not a bad thing but it proves nothing, you might like to ask
the certified reader why they felt a need to get the certification.
Some readers will offer a free reading so you can judge their suitability to
read properly for you and that’s great, but watch out for those who only do half
a reading then ask you for payment to complete it, you can bet the first half
will contain something that’s well thought out to grab your interest.
Free readings online are usually not real readings at all, just a computerised
game where you pick some cards then read what those cards basic meanings are,
there is no way a computer can read the cards properly and in accordance to a
question then give a meaningful reply. These types of readings should be avoided
unless you enjoy playing games.
As an example; One top tarot site offers a free reading 'sample' but, unless their
paid for readings are something similar to the sample reading, the words ‘free
reading sample’ are a blatant lie! If you go for it you’ll soon discover it’s
just another computerised program, first you’re asked you to pick some random
cards, that bit looks ok but when you click to continue to the reading your
taken instead to a page where it says you must create some sort of journal then
join them and give them your personal information before you can proceed, they
even offer you free coins and a personalized astrology report if you do this???
But what do you really get, well the word coins sounds good but what you’re
really getting are small imaginary credits you have to use towards buying a real
reading with real money, and the astrology report is just a computer generated
printout based on the birth date you supplied. Plus you get a whole load of emails
offering you their services. (This whole program has been cunningly designed
with the sole purpose of conning you into putting yourself on their mailing list
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