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Day of Private Tarot Readings | Audrey Yeardly | In Centre | SOLD OUT

8 December, 2023.10:30 am-3:45 pm

Betty Jane Private Readings

SOLD OUT

Private Tarot Readings

with Audrey Yeardley

8th December 2023| In-Centre | 10:30 AM until 3:45 PM | £45

A day of Private Tarot.

We’re delighted to have Audrey Yeardley here again with us for a day of her amazing Private Tarot Readings. Audrey, an Astrologer and an intuitive Tarot reader, will offer you direction and advice. 

Every half-hour session is an opportunity to understand more about yourself and/or connect with Spirit.

Private Readings serve many purposes. We are all unique and have different spiritual needs. Whether you are looking for insight into your own energy or a connection with Spirit, a private reading provides access to something greater than yourself.

Book a slot today and you will receive a private tarot reading with Audrey.

What to Expect with a Private Reading

 

What’s a Tarot reading?

The reader will use Tarot cards as a divination tool to provide insight into your present circumstances and the choices you have available. Read more here.

 

The History of Tarot

Tarot is a fascinating system of divination that has a rich and complex history spanning several centuries. Its origins are shrouded in mystery, and the exact details of its development are still debated among scholars. Nevertheless, the history of tarot is intertwined with various cultural, religious, and esoteric traditions. Let’s explore the story behind the tarot cards.

The precise origins of tarot cards are uncertain, but they are believed to have emerged in the 15th century in Europe, primarily in northern Italy. The earliest surviving decks, such as the Visconti-Sforza tarot deck, were commissioned by wealthy noble families and were lavishly hand-painted. These early decks, known as “tarocchi,” were not initially intended for divination but were primarily used for playing card games.

The tarocchi decks consisted of a set of playing cards divided into four suits: swords, cups, coins (later known as pentacles), and batons (later known as wands). Each suit had ten numbered cards and four court cards, consisting of a king, queen, knight, and page. In addition to these, there were a series of 22 symbolic picture cards called the “trumps” or “major arcana.” These trumps depicted various archetypal figures and allegorical scenes, ranging from The Fool to The World.

During the 18th and 19th centuries, tarot cards began to be associated with esoteric and occult practices. Influenced by the growing interest in mysticism, secret societies, and the occult revival, scholars and occultists started interpreting the tarot as a system of spiritual knowledge and divination. They saw the symbolism within the cards as a means to access hidden wisdom and insights into the human condition.

Since the creation of the Rider-Waite-Smith deck, countless variations and reinterpretations of tarot decks have emerged. Artists and designers have put their unique twists on the cards, creating diverse decks that cater to different aesthetics and spiritual traditions. Some decks draw inspiration from specific cultures or mythologies, while others focus on particular esoteric systems or personal interpretations.

Today, tarot remains a widely practiced form of divination and self-exploration. People from various backgrounds and belief systems use tarot cards to gain insight, explore their subconscious minds, and seek guidance on life’s challenges and decisions. The tarot’s enduring popularity is a testament to its enduring symbolism and its ability to resonate with individuals seeking deeper meaning and connection.

 

Audrey Yeardey Tarot Reader

About Audrey Yeardley

Audrey Yeardley is an Astrologer, an intuitive Tarot reader and Consultant Member of Mind Body Spirit Professionals Ltd. 

She uses her intuitive guidance and integrity to help you to reach where you need to be.

Her work is to act as a navigator, inspiring you to believe that your future is a myriad of great possibilities.

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Book your place below.

Alternatively please call us on 0131 625 0700 to book over the phone.

If you have any issues, please do not contact Audrey but contact us during office hours. All bookings are subject to our terms and conditions.

Venue

The Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Centre
25 Palmerston Place
Edinburgh, EH12 5AP United Kingdom
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01316250700

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The Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Centre
Phone
0131 625 0700
Email
info@arthurconandoylecentre.com

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