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Free Tarot

With the Rider Waite deck


Get free online tarot card reading here. Choose between a variety of spreads, which were designed to address all kinds of questions and concerns, ranging from relationships, to career, to personal deveolpment and enlightenment. Or don't choose a spread: instead, do a single card reading, or even a series of single card readings. For your convenience, we deliver free tarot reading using the most well-known tarot deck, the Rider Waite Smith.



To get a free readings with the Rider Waite deck, select from the list of readings in the form below and click the Go Button.






Before getting your free readings, one may wish to read about the spreads to know how they work. Knowing about these card layouts also aids in making the choice that is best-suited to your question. Each spread is designed to answer particular types of questions. Some layouts are generalised, allowing them to answer different types of questions. Others are more specific, intended to answer questions of romance, career, or material concerns. Whatever one seeks, there are layouts that can help find that insight.









Tips and Pointers

  1. Once you have a question in mind, do not focus intensely on the question for too long. Zoning in on a question may direct the cards to tell you what you want to hear, not what you need to hear.
  2. Be calm. Still your mind. Take a few deep breaths.
  3. Practise makes perfect. You will get better with experience. Come back for free tarot card reading any time; we're always online!
  4. Read between the lines. Connect the dots to make it all make sense. You are learning to translate visual and text symbols into a language you can understand. Use what you know to fill in the blanks. Try to avoid literal thinking here.
  5. Learn to accept 'bad' readings. When the cards tell you something you don't want to hear, take it as a warning and know that you can change your fate by taking steps in another direction. It can be tempting to redo a 'negative' reading in hope that there 'must be some misunderstanding'. In these circumstances it is better to get a second reading asking to clarify the reading in doubt.
  6. It's best to avoid overdoing it. Tarot reading online is totally free and makes a great tool to usher in all kinds of insight and personal discovery. However, relying too much upon any tool can bring a sense of dependence. There is a point of overuse where a helpful tool can become harmful. It's best to wait for circumstances to change before asking the same question again.
  7. There are no 'negative' cards or readings. Each tarot card is balanced with the potential to be seen in a favourable light – or an unfavourable light. On a wider scale, the same goes for readings. If an unfavourable card pops up in a reading, as they often do, it is best to take an optimistic perspective. Unfavourable messages offer a chance for improvement if you pay attention to the details, such as in Tip 4.



Roots and History

Tarot is an ancient trick-capture card game dating back to Fourteenth-century Italy, similar to games like Euchre and Spades. Still very popular to this day as a card game in France and parts of Europe, over the past century or so, tarot cards have achieved worldwide notoriety as an oracle for fortune-telling. Some have claimed the cards' roots go back to ancient Egypt, while others believe the cards were introduced to Europe by gypsies from Asia. The most well-known deck was released in 1909. Known as the Rider Waite, these cards were crafted by Pamela Colman-Smith under the direction of occultist A. E. Waite.