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Without a skilled tarot-card reader, people would never learn the true meaning of the blindfolded woman in the Two of Swords or the seven elephants in the Seven of Elephants. Divine your destiny with this Groupon.

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  • $19 for a 30-minute tarot-card reading ($40 value)
  • $35 for a 60-minute tarot-card reading ($75 value)
  • $49 for a 90-minute tarot-card reading ($120 value)
  • $65 for a 90-minute couples' tarot-card reading ($160 value)

Tarot Cards: You Get What You Give

Tarot cards are a key tool in the intuitive reader's collection. Find out what to expect from a reading with Groupon's introduction.

Instead of wondering how tarot-card readings tell the future, a more appropriate question might be how tarot cards help us see the possibilities for the future—and make better decisions with that information. For many non-mediums, reading tarot is more an exercise in generating new understandings of one's life situation than in fortunetelling.

It begins with the questioner. After he or she has set a goal for the session—and has perhaps shuffled the deck of cards while thinking of a question—the reader lays the cards out in one of many patterns, or spreads, and interprets the cards that come up. A standard deck contains 78 cards comprising 22 major arcana cards and 56 minor arcana cards, the latter being grouped, like playing cards, into suits—for instance, cups relate to emotions, whereas pentacles hold sway over the physical world. In fact, it's thought that the modern tarot deck first served in a game similar to bridge in 15th-century Italy; what are now the major arcana then functioned as a sort of fifth suit of trumps.

Appropriately enough given this history, the major arcana take precedence over the minor arcana during a reading. These cards, bearing symbols such as The Fool, The Lovers, or Death, represent universal concepts and big life changes, though their meanings are not always as straightforward as their names may seem. The artist's illustrations of these symbols can vary widely between decks, in a long tradition that stretches from decks custom-made for ruling families of the Renaissance to today's profusion of cards decorated with steampunk-style drawings or Lord of the Rings characters. In any case, the same card can mean different things depending on its position in the spread, as when a sword—a symbol of conflict—turns up in the "present" versus the "future" slot.

In a Nutshell

Intuitive reader Jeff Kender tunes into each client's energy before offering insights into their behavioral patterns and life obstacles

The Fine Print

Expires 180 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. Merchant available to meet and provide readings in-person, over the phone, or on Skype. Valid at a public location within 70 miles of 63102 for in-person sessions. Merchant's standard cancellation policy applies (any fees not to exceed Groupon price). Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.