About MB Tarot Reading Software

MB Tarot Reading Software can be used as a divination tool to know what your future has in store for you. Tarot cards have been used for fortune telling for ages and have remained popular ever since. They are seen as a means of getting in touch with the spiritual world. With time, newer and sophisticated decks evolved, thus making images on tarot cards more than just symbols. This software also helps you improve your intuitive skills thus making you more sensitive to the unexplored psychic realm.

The most commonly used and easy to understand deck is the Rider-Waite Deck. MB Tarot Reading Software also uses this deck for user understanding.

The Tarot deck comprises of:

Major Arcana : consisting of 22 cards

Minor Arcana: consisting of 56 cards

The cards are not only related to the picture on the cards, but also have links to elements, astrological signs, and characters of certain alphabets as well.

MB Tarot Reading Software generates a reading for a person based on his personal details (Name, Date of Birth and Country) and the Input Question.

The user then has the option to choose the kind of spread he would like to use for his reading.

The spreads used in this software are:

1. Celtic Cross Spread:

This is one of the mot common spreads. This is also known as the Grand Cross spread. This spread provides a very detailed reading of the past and present situation and the external influences. There are four cards in a row along the side with a cross in the centre. This is a somewhat complex spread and needs expertise.

2. One Card Spread:

This is the simplest spread of all. This is generally used for daily and quick readings. This spread is concise and good for a single issue. This can be highly exact depending on the situation.

3. Two Card Spread:

This spread needs certain knowledge before a reading is done. This may be used at times for a yes/no reading or to know which of the two solutions is better. In a yes/no reading the “yes” card and the “no” card are chosen in advance.

4. Three Card Spread:

This spread is good for someone who wants know how his/her life will be in general.

If a specific question has been asked, then the cards will be interpreted with respect to the question.

5. Eliphas Levy Wheel Spread (guiley):

This layout is based on the Eliphas Levy Wheel. He did not invent this spread but this is based on his tarot wheel.

6. Line Spread:

All cards in this layout are in a straight horizontal line in a descending order. This spread represents the past, present and future and used for quick readings. This is a very simple and accurate spread which gives a very clear idea about the situation.

7. Seven Card Chakra Spread:

This is a more meditative spread. This gives a clear idea of what is flowing smoothly in the querent’s body and which chakras are blocked or which need more attention. The layout is vertical representing the seven chakras in our body. It is read from bottom to top. This spread is very useful for readings in which one wants to know more about oneself. Each card is associated with a chakra colour.

8. Four Seasons Spread:

This spread can be used to look into the near future or coming year season by season. It gives a detailed description about what can be expected to happen in the four seasons of the year. A person gets an in depth knowledge of his plans from the conception to the execution stage. This is a spiritual spread.

The user can also choose to have cards from the Major Arcana or Minor Arcana in his reading.

The person also has an option to manually choose cards which from a deck which is kept face down or let the software choose the cards.

Once you choose the type of spread and type of casting (manual or auto) , then your reading is displayed.

The cards may be upright, or reversed.

Upright: The meaning for the particular card is displayed.

Reversal: This means when the cast cards are upside-down. The meanings are not exactly opposite of the upright meaning but have a negative meaning.

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