A TAROT DIVINATION METHOD
1) The reader chooses a “significator” to represent the person being read, usually this is a Court
Card, unless a situation is being divined, where one could use a Trump or a Small Card. The
significator is taken from the deck, creating a vortex about which the remaining cards turn.
2) Either the Querent or the reader shuffles the deck three times, depending on the nature of the
question and the predilections of the reader, thinking of the question while shuffling.
3) The Querent cuts the deck and the cards are laid out as in the diagram on the next page.
4) The cards are read in order, proceeding from 2 to 11, according to the knowledge and
wisdom of the reader.
Note: the descriptions and attributes of the cards are meant to be guides for the reader and the Querent. As much as possible, the cards need to be seen as “intuitive lenses” to focus on the Querent, his or her situation and the question or questions being asked.