Free yes or no tarot reading online?
is there free tarot reading online?
i want something that replies yes or no.
plz tell me one that’s accurate ^_^
Suggestion by vanessa
NO YU HAVE TO DO THT IN PERSON. WHERE THEY LAY THE CARDS OUT IN FRUNT OF YU. YU CHOOSE A FEW CARDS N LAY THEM DWN N THEY BEGIN YUR TAROT READING.
Suggestion by Virgo in love too late?
go to horoscopes…then go to tarot i one of the above thumbnails…you’ll find what you’re looking for
really trust your gut instinct…you dont need to do this…you’re secretly hoping your gut is wrong…hoping cards will tell you different so you can have false hope…dont betray the gift you have within…accept truth
Suggestion by d.e.c
yes at mysticsgame.com. but it is just for enjoyment so don’t take it seriously. Anyway try it out.
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Can anyone give me a free online tarot card reading?
I’m a Pisces (March 7)and I want to know if anyone can give me a reading. And i want to know when i’ll be in a relationship and with what type of person and i’m pretty sure the tarot card reading would help. Thanks
Suggestion by Elpiniki
What you need to find is a fortune teller and there are lots and lots of them in your town and in most towns. Just look for a sign is the window of a little house on the main street that reads, “Psychic readings, inside.”
Regretfully, it will probably cost you a few dollars, but then, when you go to the grocery store they won’t let you out unless you pay the cashier.That’s how it works in this country. To have someone provide you with a service, requires effort on their part. When you have your hair done in a salon, you pay the sylist. When you go to any professional who takes time out to work for you, you pay them money.
Suggestion by mhiaa
A wonderful free site is www.lotustarot.com
Suggestion by Sassy
free readings here, no registration, no catches, fav site.
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