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Certified Tarot Reader: Final Exam - Quiz

You have spent over 20 hours studying the tarot, learning the meanings and interpretations of the cards, how to use various spreads, incorporating basic numerology into your readings and obtaining knowledge. Now you are one small step away from becoming a Certified Tarot Reader.
This 40 question assessment will test your overall knowledge of this mystical subject. This will be a culmination of everything you have learned so far. It's time to engage your brain for the final push! Are you ready?
Upon successful completion, you will be able to proudly call yourself a Tarot Reader, and you will have Read morethe knowledge and skills to back it up! An official certificate will be presented to you approximately one week after the pass date.
CONDITIONS:
75% or above is considered a pass.
90% or above is a strong pass.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Which Major Arcana card represents stability, structure and protection?

    • A.

      The Fool

    • B.

      The Emperor

    • C.

      The Star

    • D.

      Strength

    Correct Answer
    B. The Emperor
    Explanation
    The Emperor represents stability, structure, and protection. As a Major Arcana card, it signifies authority, leadership, and the ability to establish order. The Emperor is associated with stability because he represents a solid foundation and a sense of security. His structured approach to life brings organization and control. Additionally, he offers protection through his strong and authoritative presence, ensuring safety and security for those under his influence.

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  • 2. 

    In the Major Arcana, what number is Temperance?

    • A.

      11

    • B.

      12

    • C.

      16

    • D.

      14

    Correct Answer
    D. 14
  • 3. 

    There are 22 cards in the Major Arcana. How many cards are in the Minor Arcana?

    • A.

      54

    • B.

      56

    • C.

      58

    • D.

      60

    Correct Answer
    B. 56
    Explanation
    The Major Arcana consists of 22 cards, which are a separate set from the Minor Arcana. Therefore, to determine the number of cards in the Minor Arcana, we need to subtract the Major Arcana cards from the total number of cards. Since the answer is 56, it means that there are 56 cards in the Minor Arcana.

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  • 4. 

    What three attributes might best describe The Chariot?

    • A.

      Opposing forces, stupidity, uncertainty.

    • B.

      Aggressive forces, simplicity, power.

    • C.

      Harmonized forces, a journey, wealth.

    • D.

      Opposing forces, a journey, eventual victory.

    Correct Answer
    D. Opposing forces, a journey, eventual victory.
    Explanation
    The Chariot is often associated with opposing forces, as it represents the ability to balance and control conflicting elements. It also symbolizes a journey, as it signifies movement and progress. Lastly, the card represents eventual victory, suggesting that the challenges faced along the journey will ultimately lead to success.

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  • 5. 

    Which card might best describe confusion, uncertainty, self-deceit, but with extra creativity?

    • A.

      The Star, upright

    • B.

      The Sun, upright

    • C.

      The Fool, reversed

    • D.

      The Moon, upright

    Correct Answer
    D. The Moon, upright
    Explanation
    The Moon, upright, best describes confusion, uncertainty, self-deceit, but with extra creativity. The Moon card in tarot often symbolizes illusions, hidden emotions, and confusion. It represents a time of uncertainty and self-deception, where things may not be as they seem. However, the Moon also signifies creativity and intuition, suggesting that amidst the confusion, there is potential for new ideas and innovative thinking.

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  • 6. 

    While interpreting the Tarot, what might a Reader associate Angels with?

    • A.

      Divine messages

    • B.

      Evil spirits

    • C.

      Religion

    • D.

      Lies

    Correct Answer
    A. Divine messages
    Explanation
    In Tarot interpretation, a Reader might associate Angels with divine messages. Angels are often seen as celestial beings that act as messengers between the divine realm and humans. They are believed to bring guidance, support, and inspiration, and their presence in a Tarot reading can signify the delivery of important messages from a higher power.

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  • 7. 

    What crystal is best for "cleansing" your Tarot deck after use?

    • A.

      Amethyst

    • B.

      Obsidian

    • C.

      Clear Quartz

    • D.

      Onyx

    Correct Answer
    C. Clear Quartz
    Explanation
    Clear Quartz is the best crystal for cleansing a Tarot deck after use. Clear Quartz is known for its purifying and cleansing properties, making it an ideal crystal for removing any negative or stagnant energies that may have accumulated in the deck during readings. It has the ability to amplify energy and restore clarity, ensuring that the deck is ready for use again.

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  • 8. 

    What exactly is the Tarot?

    • A.

      A gift from Satan. A way to do evil deeds in the privacy of your own home.

    • B.

      A magical, effective method of fortune-telling used primarily by gypsies.

    • C.

      A divination tool used for centuries to contact the dead and receive guidance.

    • D.

      A tool for illuminating areas of your life, tapping into your subconscious, and receiving guidance or answers.

    Correct Answer
    D. A tool for illuminating areas of your life, tapping into your subconscious, and receiving guidance or answers.
  • 9. 

    What suit is represented by the element of Air?

    • A.

      Swords

    • B.

      Wands

    • C.

      Cups

    • D.

      Pentacles

    Correct Answer
    A. Swords
    Explanation
    The element of Air is represented by the suit of Swords in tarot. Swords symbolize intellect, communication, and the power of the mind. Air is associated with mental clarity, logic, and reason, which aligns with the qualities represented by the suit of Swords. The imagery and symbolism of the Swords cards often depict situations and challenges related to thoughts, ideas, and communication. Therefore, Swords is the correct answer for the suit represented by the element of Air.

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  • 10. 

    How do we calculate the Quintessential Card?

    • A.

      Add all numbers found in the spread, ensure the total is between 0 - 21. If it is not, reduce the number with simple math. Find the corresponding card in the Majors - this is the "Q" card.

    • B.

      Add all card numbers in the spread. If over 21, this is the special number.

    • C.

      Add all numbers in the spread, then subtract the Fool (0) and then add 21. Find the corresponding card in the Majors. This is the "Q" card.

    • D.

      The "Q" card is found by having the Querant randomly pick a card right before the spread is laid out. This is their "Q" card.

    Correct Answer
    A. Add all numbers found in the spread, ensure the total is between 0 - 21. If it is not, reduce the number with simple math. Find the corresponding card in the Majors - this is the "Q" card.
    Explanation
    To calculate the Quintessential Card, you need to add all the numbers found in the spread and ensure that the total is between 0 and 21. If the total is not within this range, you should reduce the number using simple math. Once you have the correct total, you can find the corresponding card in the Majors, which will be the "Q" card.

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  • 11. 

    What suit represents the element of Fire?

    • A.

      Swords

    • B.

      Wands

    • C.

      Cups

    • D.

      Pentacles

    Correct Answer
    B. Wands
    Explanation
    The suit of Wands represents the element of Fire. Wands are associated with passion, creativity, energy, and ambition, all of which are qualities commonly associated with the element of Fire. The imagery and symbolism on Wands cards often depict flames, indicating the connection to Fire. This suit is also linked to action, inspiration, and the power to ignite change, further reinforcing the association with the element of Fire.

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  • 12. 

    Which card is associated with heartbreak, loss, hurt or possibly betrayal?

    • A.

      Three of Wands

    • B.

      Ten of Pentacles

    • C.

      Three of Swords

    • D.

      Ten of Cups

    Correct Answer
    C. Three of Swords
    Explanation
    The Three of Swords is associated with heartbreak, loss, hurt, or possibly betrayal. In this card, three swords pierce through a heart, symbolizing emotional pain and suffering. It represents a period of sadness, grief, or disappointment in relationships. The card suggests that there may be a painful experience or a betrayal that could lead to heartbreak or hurt feelings. It serves as a reminder to be cautious and aware of potential emotional pain in one's life.

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  • 13. 

    What deck is this card from?

    • A.

      The Original Rider-Waite deck

    • B.

      The Radiant Rider-Waite deck

    • C.

      The Tarot de Marseilles

    • D.

      The Universal Waite deck

    Correct Answer
    B. The Radiant Rider-Waite deck
    Explanation
    The correct answer is The Radiant Rider-Waite deck. This deck is a variation of the original Rider-Waite deck, which is one of the most popular and widely used tarot decks. The Radiant Rider-Waite deck features enhanced colors and brighter imagery compared to the original deck, making it visually appealing and easier to interpret for some users.

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  • 14. 

    Which deck is this card from?

    • A.

      The Original Rider-Waite deck

    • B.

      The Radiant Rider-Waite deck

    • C.

      The Tarot de Marseilles

    • D.

      The Universal Waite deck

    Correct Answer
    C. The Tarot de Marseilles
    Explanation
    The correct answer is The Tarot de Marseilles. This card is from the Tarot de Marseilles deck, which is one of the oldest and most influential tarot decks. It originated in the 15th century and is known for its distinct style and symbolism. The other options mentioned, such as The Original Rider-Waite deck, The Radiant Rider-Waite deck, and The Universal Waite deck, are all variations of the Rider-Waite tarot deck, which is a different deck altogether.

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  • 15. 

    When doing a reading, how should you prepare before shuffling?

    • A.

      Ensure the table is clean, place down your spread cloth, ensure the area is quiet and sufficiently pleasant and that you are ready for the Querant.

    • B.

      Ensure the table is clean, light several candles, lay out the cards and be prepared for the Querant to start asking lots of questions.

    • C.

      Lay down your spread cloth somewhere clean and clutter-free, ask the Querant if he/she has a question in mind, then offer alcoholic beverages.

    • D.

      Lay out a Celtic Cross spread and have several strong drinks before the Querant arrives. This will give you extra confidence for your reading.

    Correct Answer
    A. Ensure the table is clean, place down your spread cloth, ensure the area is quiet and sufficiently pleasant and that you are ready for the Querant.
    Explanation
    Before shuffling, it is important to create a suitable environment for the reading. This includes ensuring that the table is clean and free from distractions, placing a spread cloth to provide a designated space for the cards, and making sure the area is quiet and pleasant. Being prepared for the Querant means being mentally and emotionally ready to engage with them and provide an insightful reading.

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  • 16. 

    Which card might best represent a mature, dark-haired, dark-eyed man?

    • A.

      The Queen of Swords, reversed

    • B.

      The King of Swords, upright

    • C.

      The Ace of Pentacles, reversed

    • D.

      The King of Pentacles, upright

    Correct Answer
    D. The King of Pentacles, upright
    Explanation
    The King of Pentacles, upright, might best represent a mature, dark-haired, dark-eyed man. The King of Pentacles is often associated with stability, success, and material abundance. The upright position indicates positive qualities such as responsibility, reliability, and practicality. The King of Pentacles is also depicted as a mature figure, often with dark hair and dark eyes, which aligns with the description given in the question.

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  • 17. 

    What other aspects may you learn and incorporate into your Tarot Reading, if you wish?

    • A.

      Astrology, Colorology, Numerology

    • B.

      Astrology, Demonology, Herpetology

    • C.

      Astrology, Numerology, Astrophysics

    • D.

      Astronomy, Colorology, Numerology

    Correct Answer
    A. Astrology, Colorology, Numerology
    Explanation
    In Tarot reading, astrology, colorology, and numerology are additional aspects that can be learned and incorporated. Astrology involves studying the positions and movements of celestial bodies to gain insight into a person's life and future. Colorology focuses on the meanings and effects of different colors, which can be used to enhance the interpretation of Tarot cards. Numerology involves assigning numerical values to letters and numbers to gain insight into a person's personality and life path. By incorporating these aspects into Tarot reading, practitioners can provide a more holistic and detailed interpretation for their clients.

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  • 18. 

    How is Tarot often categorized?

    • A.

      As part of sinfulness. Branded as "evil" by all Buddhists.

    • B.

      As part of the occult. Branded as "occult studies".

    • C.

      As part of ornithology. Branded as "interesting" by all ornithologists.

    • D.

      As part of religious spirituality. Branded as "spiritual manipulation" by the public.

    Correct Answer
    B. As part of the occult. Branded as "occult studies".
    Explanation
    Tarot is often categorized as part of the occult and is branded as "occult studies". The occult refers to practices, beliefs, and phenomena that are beyond the realm of normal human understanding. Tarot cards are often associated with mystical and supernatural elements, making them fall under the category of the occult. The term "occult studies" is used to describe the exploration and understanding of these mystical practices and beliefs.

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  • 19. 

    What animals are most commonly shown in the Tarot?

    • A.

      Birds, snakes, horses, bats.

    • B.

      Birds, snakes, fish, horses.

    • C.

      Birds, snakes, bats, pigs.

    • D.

      Birds, snakes, angels, caribou.

    Correct Answer
    B. Birds, snakes, fish, horses.
    Explanation
    The Tarot commonly depicts birds, snakes, fish, and horses. These animals have symbolic meanings in the Tarot and are often used to represent different aspects of human experiences and emotions. Birds can symbolize freedom and spirituality, snakes can represent transformation and healing, fish can signify intuition and emotions, and horses can symbolize strength and power. These animals are frequently depicted in Tarot cards to help convey the messages and interpretations of the cards to the reader.

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  • 20. 

    There are 76 cards in the Tarot deck. True or False?

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    The Tarot deck typically consists of 78 cards, not 76. It is made up of two main sections: the Major Arcana, which has 22 cards, and the Minor Arcana, which has 56 cards divided into four suits. Therefore, the correct answer is False.

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  • 21. 

    Which suit might represent a loving, creative person?

    • A.

      Swords

    • B.

      Wands

    • C.

      Cups

    • D.

      Pentacles

    Correct Answer
    C. Cups
    Explanation
    Cups might represent a loving, creative person because in tarot, cups are associated with emotions, relationships, and creativity. The suit of cups is often linked to matters of the heart, intuition, and imagination. It symbolizes love, compassion, and the ability to express emotions. Therefore, someone who resonates with the cups suit is likely to possess these qualities and approach life with a loving and creative mindset.

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  • 22. 

    A child or young person is represented by which card?

    • A.

      Ace

    • B.

      Page

    • C.

      Knight

    • D.

      Queen

    Correct Answer
    B. Page
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Page because in a deck of Tarot cards, the Page card represents a child or young person. The Page cards are often associated with youthful energy, curiosity, and a sense of learning and growth. They can symbolize a new beginning or a fresh perspective, making them an appropriate representation for a child or young person.

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  • 23. 

    How would you generally describe the number 2?

    • A.

      Indecision, balance, a fork in the road, choice.

    • B.

      Motion, endurance, indecision, total awareness.

    • C.

      Opportunity, confusion, mysticism, clear-thinking.

    • D.

      Partnerships, influence, fun, anticipation.

    Correct Answer
    A. Indecision, balance, a fork in the road, choice.
    Explanation
    The correct answer describes the number 2 as representing indecision, balance, a fork in the road, and choice. This suggests that the number 2 symbolizes situations where one must make a decision and choose between different options. It also implies that the number 2 represents a state of balance and equilibrium, where there is an equal consideration of different possibilities.

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  • 24. 

    Which are 3 of the most well-known Tarot spreads?

    • A.

      The 3-card spread, the intuitive spread, the astrological spread.

    • B.

      The two-card spread, the daily spread, the venus spread.

    • C.

      The 3-card spread, the horseshoe spread, the transvestite spread.

    • D.

      The 3-card spread, the pentragram spread, the celtic cross.

    Correct Answer
    D. The 3-card spread, the pentragram spread, the celtic cross.
    Explanation
    The 3-card spread, the pentagram spread, and the Celtic cross are three of the most well-known Tarot spreads. The 3-card spread is a simple and versatile spread that provides insight into past, present, and future. The pentagram spread is a more complex spread that uses five cards to represent different aspects of a situation or question. The Celtic cross is one of the most popular and widely used spreads, providing a comprehensive overview of a situation or question with ten cards. These spreads are well-known and widely used by Tarot readers for their effectiveness and versatility in providing guidance and insight.

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  • 25. 

    If a client wants to know about his/her ex-partner's financial status, and it goes against your personal Code of Ethics to do readings about such private, sensitive subjects... how might be the best way to respond?

    • A.

      Explain that there are certain sensitive things that you don't do readings about, but you will be happy to do a reading on another subject.

    • B.

      Tell them that unfortunately you don't do readings concerning other people's finances and that they may ask another question to the cards, provided it is related to something about health or sex only.

    • C.

      Quickly show them the door.

    • D.

      Offer to re-word the Querant's question so that it fits your Code of Ethics.

    Correct Answer
    A. Explain that there are certain sensitive things that you don't do readings about, but you will be happy to do a reading on another subject.
    Explanation
    The best way to respond in this situation is to explain that there are certain sensitive things that you don't do readings about, but you will be happy to do a reading on another subject. This response acknowledges the client's request while also respecting your personal Code of Ethics. It shows that you are willing to provide a reading that aligns with your ethical boundaries, allowing the client to still benefit from your services without compromising your principles.

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  • 26. 

    Who is number 2 in the Major Arcana?

    • A.

      The High Priestess

    • B.

      The Empress

    • C.

      The Hanged Man

    • D.

      The Devil

    Correct Answer
    A. The High Priestess
    Explanation
    The High Priestess is number 2 in the Major Arcana because in tarot, the Major Arcana is a set of cards that represent significant life events and archetypal energies. Each card is assigned a number, and the High Priestess is the second card in the deck. She represents intuition, wisdom, and the subconscious mind. The Empress, The Hanged Man, and The Devil are all other cards in the Major Arcana, but they are not number 2.

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  • 27. 

    If a 2-card spread shows the Emperor and the 2 of Swords, how might you interpret this spread?

    • A.

      Generally Positive. There is structure and stability in the person's life. However, some indecision may be around the corner that the Querant will need to address.

    • B.

      Generally Neutral. Some indecision will cloud the Querant's life and prevent structure and stability from fully taking a foothold.

    • C.

      Generally Negative. With indecision and stalemate creating a confusing time. The Querant must push forward to achieve stability in their life.

    • D.

      Generally Positive. All is going pretty great and will continue to do so.

    Correct Answer
    A. Generally Positive. There is structure and stability in the person's life. However, some indecision may be around the corner that the Querant will need to address.
    Explanation
    The interpretation of the spread suggests that there is currently structure and stability in the person's life. However, the presence of the 2 of Swords indicates that some indecision may arise in the near future, which the Querant will need to address. This suggests that while things are generally positive at the moment, there may be challenges or decisions ahead that could disrupt the stability.

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  • 28. 

    Which card is sometimes referred to as the "Wall Street" card?

    • A.

      9 of Pentacles

    • B.

      9 of Swords

    • C.

      10 of Cups

    • D.

      10 of Pentacles

    Correct Answer
    D. 10 of Pentacles
    Explanation
    The 10 of Pentacles is sometimes referred to as the "Wall Street" card because it represents wealth, abundance, and financial success. This card often signifies the culmination of hard work and the achievement of long-term financial stability. In the context of Wall Street, which is synonymous with the financial industry and stock market, the 10 of Pentacles symbolizes the prosperity and material rewards that can be gained through successful investments and business ventures.

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  • 29. 

    Which spread might be best for a super quick, daily reading?

    • A.

      A 3-card spread

    • B.

      A Celtic Cross

    • C.

      A Horseshoe Spread

    • D.

      A One-card spread

    Correct Answer
    D. A One-card spread
    Explanation
    A One-card spread might be best for a super quick, daily reading because it involves drawing a single card from the deck, providing a concise and focused message. This spread is ideal for those who are short on time or prefer a straightforward answer to their question. It allows for a quick glimpse into the energies and insights surrounding the individual, providing a brief but meaningful reading.

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  • 30. 

    Focusing on numerology, pick the card which doesn't fit in with the others.

    • A.

      The Ace of Cups

    • B.

      The Magician

    • C.

      The Ace of Pentacles

    • D.

      The 7 of Pentacles

    Correct Answer
    D. The 7 of Pentacles
    Explanation
    The 7 of Pentacles doesn't fit in with the others because it is the only card that represents a specific number (7) rather than a specific suit or rank. The other cards, the Ace of Cups, the Magician, and the Ace of Pentacles, all represent specific suits and ranks within the deck.

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  • 31. 

    What is the most respectful way to store your Tarot cards?

    • A.

      Under your pillow in a plastic bag.

    • B.

      Under your bed in a tupperware container.

    • C.

      In a velvet or silk bag somewhere safe.

    • D.

      In a little wooden box near a doorway.

    • E.

      Under the bathroom sink with the soap.

    Correct Answer
    C. In a velvet or silk bag somewhere safe.
    Explanation
    Storing Tarot cards in a velvet or silk bag is considered the most respectful way because it helps protect the cards from damage and negative energy. Velvet or silk are soft materials that prevent scratches and maintain the cards' energy. Keeping them in a safe place also ensures that they are not exposed to harmful elements or accidental mishandling.

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  • 32. 

    What should you never do during a Tarot reading?

    • A.

      Consume water from a vase.

    • B.

      Consume drugs.

    • C.

      Consume the client's time.

    • D.

      Consume yourself in the reading.

    Correct Answer
    B. Consume drugs.
    Explanation
    During a Tarot reading, it is important to maintain a clear and focused state of mind in order to accurately interpret the cards and provide meaningful insights. Consuming drugs can impair judgment, alter perception, and hinder the ability to connect with the cards and the client's energy. It can lead to distorted interpretations and unreliable readings, ultimately compromising the effectiveness and integrity of the reading. Therefore, it is crucial to avoid consuming drugs during a Tarot reading.

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  • 33. 

    What card is number 20?

    • A.

      Justice

    • B.

      The World

    • C.

      Judgement

    • D.

      The Sun

    Correct Answer
    C. Judgement
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Judgement because in most tarot decks, Judgement is associated with the number 20. This card represents a spiritual awakening, renewal, and a call to action. It signifies a period of reflection and self-evaluation, where one must confront their past actions and make amends. Judgement also represents a fresh start and the opportunity to make positive changes in one's life.

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  • 34. 

    What might be considered the best way to "connect" with your cards?

    • A.

      Carry the cards around with you everywhere, occasionally shouting at them in times of stress.

    • B.

      Fan out the deck every morning before breakfast.

    • C.

      Run the cards through an open flame and say a prayer, then hide them somewhere.

    • D.

      Handle or shuffle them regularly, do daily readings for yourself, establish a routine with your cards.

    Correct Answer
    D. Handle or shuffle them regularly, do daily readings for yourself, establish a routine with your cards.
    Explanation
    The suggested answer, "Handle or shuffle them regularly, do daily readings for yourself, establish a routine with your cards," is considered the best way to "connect" with your cards because it emphasizes the importance of consistent interaction and practice. By regularly handling and shuffling the cards, you become more familiar with their energy and symbolism. Doing daily readings for yourself allows you to develop a deeper understanding of the cards' meanings and how they relate to your life. Establishing a routine with your cards helps create a sacred space and a sense of ritual, enhancing your connection with them.

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  • 35. 

    Which sentence best describes the suit of Cups?

    • A.

      What we do. Actions, motivations, successes, failures and journeys.

    • B.

      What we feel. Love, happiness, sadness, spirituality and relationships.

    • C.

      What we think. Ideas, willpower, unspoken thoughts.

    • D.

      What we have. Money, possessions, family and health.

    Correct Answer
    B. What we feel. Love, happiness, sadness, spirituality and relationships.
    Explanation
    The suit of Cups in tarot represents emotions, feelings, and relationships. It is associated with love, happiness, sadness, spirituality, and the connections we have with others. This suit focuses on the emotional aspects of life and how we relate to others on a deep level. It symbolizes our inner world and the experiences and emotions that shape our relationships and spiritual growth.

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  • 36. 

    A type of reading where the Tarot Reader uses their own personal interpretation of the cards (rather than just the traditional meanings) is called a what...?

    • A.

      An intellectual reading

    • B.

      An incorrect reading

    • C.

      An insidious reading

    • D.

      An intuitive reading

    Correct Answer
    D. An intuitive reading
    Explanation
    An intuitive reading is a type of reading where the Tarot Reader relies on their own personal interpretation of the cards rather than strictly adhering to the traditional meanings. This approach allows the reader to tap into their intuition and provide a more personalized and unique reading for the individual seeking guidance.

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  • 37. 

    True or False: Many people in the tarot community believe that a person's first tarot deck should always be a gift, and that receiving one as a gift is considered good luck.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    In the tarot community, it is believed by many that a person's first tarot deck should always be a gift. This is because receiving a tarot deck as a gift is considered to bring good luck. By receiving a deck as a gift, it is believed that the energy and intention behind the gift enhance the connection between the individual and the cards. This tradition emphasizes the importance of the deck being given with love and positive intentions, which can enhance the overall experience and connection with the tarot cards.

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  • 38. 

    Using your knowledge of tarot numerology, which card doesn't fit in?

    • A.

      The Fool

    • B.

      The King of Pentacles

    • C.

      The Queen of Swords

    • D.

      The 3 of Cups

    • E.

      The Knight of Swords

    Correct Answer
    D. The 3 of Cups
    Explanation
    The 3 of Cups is the card that doesn't fit in because it is the only card that represents a number (3) rather than a specific rank or figure. The other cards in the list all represent specific characters or roles within the tarot deck, such as The Fool, The King of Pentacles, The Queen of Swords, and The Knight of Swords.

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  • 39. 

    Statement of Oath: If I should pass this test, I promise not to let my knowledge and skills get rusty. I will continue to study the tarot whenever I have time to do so. I will promote the tarot whenever applicable and encourage others to learn it. I will never give false readings. I will treat the tarot with respect and come to know all 78 cards as if they were personal friends.

    • A.

      I swear.

    • B.

      No, I don't swear. Screw this.

    Correct Answer
    A. I swear.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "I swear" because it aligns with the statement of oath provided. The statement clearly outlines the individual's commitment to studying and promoting the tarot, giving accurate readings, and treating the tarot with respect. By saying "I swear," the individual is affirming their dedication to upholding these principles.

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  • 40. 

    Who is Pamela Coleman Smith?

    • A.

      The English artist who drew the Pagan tarot deck in 2006.

    • B.

      The English artist who drew the Tarot de Marseilles in 1705.

    • C.

      The English artist who drew the Rider-Waite deck in 1909.

    • D.

      The English artist who tragically hung herself after a bad tarot reading in 1945.

    Correct Answer
    C. The English artist who drew the Rider-Waite deck in 1909.
    Explanation
    Pamela Coleman Smith is known as the English artist who drew the Rider-Waite deck in 1909. This deck is one of the most popular and widely used tarot decks in the world. Smith's illustrations for the deck, created in collaboration with Arthur Edward Waite, have had a significant impact on the interpretation and understanding of tarot symbolism. Her artwork has become iconic and is recognized for its rich symbolism and detailed imagery.

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