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In tarot reading what does ace of hearts mean?

what does the card ace of hearts denote?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    The ace of hearts is not a tarot card. You would need to look at cartomancy meanings for that. http://www.luckymojo.com/cartomancy.html

    But in tarot the ace of hearts becomes the Ace of Cups http://www.aeclectic.net/tarot/project/3/01_cups.s...

    If you are using Tarot cards as an oracle, you may be more inclined to read card meanings and spreads. But if using Tarot Cards as a tool for Psychic Ability you would be less likely to hold to any hard and fast guide lines. I’m a profession psychic and use Tarot Cards in a random way. In 25 years of professional readings I’ve never used any ‘meanings, spreads or reversals’ of tarot cards from any books.

    So if you want to develop ‘Psychic Ability’ throw the books and guidelines away and let the images inspire you. But you may need to try the Rider Waite or another imaged deck.

    Here’s the how-to of reading tarot cards with your psychic perception in six simple steps. http://www.psychic-junkie.com/reading-tarot-cards....

    You can use this four minute video as a brief meditation on the tarot that, repeatedly viewed, will help you learn how to read tarot cards psychically. http://www.psychic-junkie.com/tarotvision.html

    To tap in to it more you can go to my free psychic development pages here: http://www.psychic-junkie.com/develop-psychic-abil...

    But on the other hand, if you want to use the Tarot as an oracle, a form of divination that needs no real ‘psychic ability’, then keep the books and use the meanings and spreads if you prefer.

    Here is a free download demo for a great Tarot program. To keep the size of the demo manageable it contains the Rider/Waite deck, the actual program will have 10 complete decks. This Demo version of Tarot is a full working copy for 30 days. So you get 30 days to study meanings and spreads! http://www.free-tarot-download-demo.wotsnext.com

    There are a couple of good documentaries about the Tarot on http://www.MyPathTV.net

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  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

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  • 1 decade ago

    First, playing cards are not Tarot. There are systems of divination that have assigned meaning to the playing cards, but they are not Tarot.

    Now, as you can see from several other answers. Everyone has there own opinion. All forms of Divination rely on the principle of synocrocity (see Karl Jung). Which basically means that you find meaning or a pattern in things that on the surface appear to have nothing to do with each other.

    Now because you and your subconscious have worked out your own language to communicate back and forth with each other. The best way to answer this question is to ask you, "What do you think the ace of hearts denotes?"

    Think about it, meditate about it and you'll know. If you don't see what other people think about it and the n decide if that's what it means to you or not.

    Good Luck.

    Blessed Be!

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  • 4 years ago

    Ace Of Hearts Meaning

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    4 years ago

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    4 years ago

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  • 1 decade ago

    In Tarot, Aces always begin a matter. I'm also a little perplexed, and not to make fun of you....but I'm certain there are no "hearts" in Tarot. There are cups, which is the heart equivalent....

    The Ace of Cups could indicate the beginning of affairs of the heart, increase in peace in the home, things of a watery nature. Emotions, the subconscious, the psyche; all governed by water, and in Tarot water is the ruling element of cups.

    Hope this helps

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  • 1 decade ago

    Aces are timing cards. Ace of Hearts means Spring is the time. The event is based on the other cards in the reading, be it a relationship, business venture, health, etc.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    The Ace of Cups (Hearts) is a symbol of possibility in the area of deep feelings, intimacy, attunement, compassion and love. In readings, it shows that a seed of emotional awareness has been planted in your life although you may not yet recognize it. When the seed sprouts, it could take almost any form. It might be an attraction, strong feeling, intuitive knowing, or sympathetic reaction. On the outside, it could be an offer, gift, opportunity, encounter or synchronistic event.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Feelings of emotional fulfilment and contentment. Open to new opportunities which could include a new relationship, a deeper commitment to an existing relationship, birth of child or new level of fulfilment. Positive for relationships. Either the start of a relationship or the deepening of an existing one. Can denote a relationship with someone is helping you to connect to your spiritual purpose. Your cup runneth over with love. Spiritually an opening of the heart chakra.

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