The Dangers of Tarot: Anecdotal examples I picked up

The Dangers of Tarot: Anecdotal examples I picked up

The first example of divination I can come up with is in Genesis when Jacob’s uncle uses divination to learn that Laban has become wealthy through his provision of shelter for Jacob.

He invites Jacob to continue living with him when Jacob wants to terminate their professional farming relationship and Jacob ends up taking all of Laban’s possessions.

If Laban had avoided trying to hold on to a dying relationship with a man who had previously made him rich, he would not have lost the material wealth that he did through his relationship with Jacob.

My cousin consulted a fortune teller when she was in her 30s who told her if she did not marry her boyfriend, she would never marry, so she married him without learning too much about him.

Later, she found out he lied to her about her financial situation and was actually very poor, and trying to hide his poverty from his wife, he never lived in the same city as her during their marriage. Now she has to give 50% of her income to her ex husband in a divorce and she can’t sell the house they bought because he refuses to sign a legal document that would allow her to sell it.

I also read about a tarot reader who found out through tarot that her boyfriend was cheating on her. When she confronted her about it, he broke her bones in a fight to prevent her from questioning her in the future about whether or not he was cheating. I can’t remember if she lived but I think he murdered her.

Tarot, regardless of whether it is real or not, never benefits the person who practices it. It gives far more problems than it benefits and people are better off without it.

The Dangers of Tarot: Anecdotal examples I picked up
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