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The Tarot is a deck of cards that originated over 500 years ago in northern Italy. Although the Tarot was first used in a game called Triumphs, it was quickly adopted as a tool for divination, and popularized by occult societies such as the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. The early Tarot symbolism was deeply rooted in Medieval and Renaissance Europe, but over the centuries it has grown to incorporate everything from Astrology and Kabbalah to Runes [which predate the Tarot by 1000 years] and the I Ching [which predates the Tarot by 2500 years]. Today, the Tarot is far and away the most popular tool for spiritual introspection in the West. Tarot readings are arrangements of cards drawn from a shuffled deck. The layout of the cards is known as a spread, and determines what each card refers to. For example, the Two Paths spread is used to understand an upcoming decision, and hence it uses cards to represent the different options and their outcomes. Decks: Tarot decks consist of 78 cards. 22 of the cards are major arcana [trumps], such as The Lovers, The Fool, The Pope, and The World. The remaining 56 cards are minor arcana divided into 4 suites of 14 cards each. The suites are Swords, Cups, Wands [sometimes called Rods or Staves], and Pentacles [sometimes called Coins or Discs]. Although the traditional meanings of the cards are the same regardless of the specific deck used, the imagery and language associated with each deck tends to make it particularly useful for some types of readings. For example, many of our visitors find the Renaissance Tarot particularly good at questions of passion, mastery, and reason. Reversals: About half of the cards in a reading are drawn reversed [upside down], which either negates or inverts their meaning. For example, Death upright means "change", but Death reversed means "stagnation". Runes were first used over 1500 years ago by the East Goths, and later appeared throughout England and Scandinavia. As Christianity took hold, the use of runic alphabets in divination became reviled as a pagan practice. The word "rune" itself comes from an early Anglo-Saxon word meaning "secret" or "mystery", and they remain an enigma to the world at large. Runes were initially most popular among Wiccans and modern pagans, but have enjoyed unprecedented mainstream adoption in the past 30 years Rune readings are arrangements of the 24 runes [letters] of the old Futhark alphabet. The layout of the runes is known as a spread, and determines what each rune refers to. For example, in the Three Norns spread, the first rune represents the past, the second the present, and the third the future. Sets: In addition to each rune having a meaning, the material in which the runes are carved can color the reading. Most people consistently use runes made of ceramic, stone, or wood. In order to broaden your experience, we offer readings with Gold Runes [for questions about business, career, and property], Jade Runes [for questions about love, friendship, and relationships], Ice Runes [for questions about struggle, conflict, and achievement], Spirit Runes [for questions about mysticism, spirituality, and religion], and Stone Runes [for questions about the natural world and things beyond human control]. Bibliomancy is the practice of seeking spiritual insight by selecting a random passage from a Holy Book. It is a form of Stichomancy, which involves selecting a random passage from a random book of any nature. Bibliomancy and Stichomancy have been popular methods of divination for at least 3000 years, when the I Ching was first used to divine the future. Stichomancy is one of the oldest forms of divination [at least 3000 years old in fact], in which the querant opens to a random page of randomly selected book in a library, to find an excerpt that applies to the situation at hand. The most common forms of stichomancy are I Ching readings [in which one consults the ancient Chinese Book of Changes] and Bibliomancy [in which one consults a Holy Book such as the King James Bible or the Koran]. In order to give you the widest possible experience, our library includes hundreds of the most interesting and famous books and documents in literature. Readings from a particular genre are the most popular, especially the Adventure, Bible, and Horror genres.  The I Ching [Classic of Changes or Book of Changes], also known as the Yi Jing, Yijing, or I Ging, is one of the Five Classics, the fundamental books of Confucianism. It is over 3000 years old [the symbols used in divination are over 5000 years old], making it both one of the oldest surviving books in the world, and one of the oldest forms of divination. It is by far the most popular spiritual resource and oracle in Asia, and has a growing following in Europe and the Americas based on its uncanny ability to provide detailed insights to those who study it carefully. Reading the I Ching involves casting coins or yarrow stalks to build a series of 6 lines called a "hexagram". Each line is either Yin [the passive or feminine force] or Yang [the active or masculine force]. The resulting hexagram is then looked up in the I Ching itself, to yield a passage describing what each of the 6 lines means. There are 64 possible hexagrams, each of which can be further broken down into groups of 3 lines called "trigrams". One of the most fascinating aspects of I Ching readings is that each line in the present hexagram may be old, indicating that it is about to change from Yin to Yang or vice versa - by inverting each of these changing lines, we can generate a hexagram depicting the immediate future. Key: Lines are numbered from 1 at the bottom to 6 at the top. Divided lines are Yin and undivided lines are Yang. Black lines are new [unchanging] and gray lines are old [changing]. Interpretation: I Ching readings can be challenging to interpret, precisely because they paint a very complete picture of the situation. Notably, each of the 6 lines of the reading describes a specific individual, and the outcome of their endeavor. This is what makes the I Ching so unique and powerful - where Tarot or Runes may give you an understanding of your circumstances, the I Ching actually gives you an understanding of your OPTIONS. 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