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    About possible connections between Jung's types and Tarot cards.

    On practice mb used to assume types of people. More as a play, except you have the basis to trust your guessing skills much.
    For example, what type mb your next child? Your pair in the next romance? etc.

    The variants of the connections. You may use anyone or to create the own.

    1)
    alpha - wands (the initial energy)
    beta - swords (the realization energy)
    gamma - pentacles (the utilization energy)
    delta - cups (the harmonization energy)

    page, knight, queen, king - the classical order in a quadra
    For example: ILE - page, SEI - knight, ESE - queen, LII - king

    2)
    T - swords
    F - cups
    S - pentacles
    N - wands

    knight, king - extraverted function
    page, queen - introverted function

    You take the 1st card - it's the leading function. Then you return the card, do shuffle and take next cards for the 2nd function until you'll get the one which may cooperate with the taken 1st one (only by the suit, without taking into account E/I already). As variants: you may remove the not cooperating suits and then shuffle; to shuffle the cards every take time until you'll take the cooperating one.
    For example. If you got "king of swords" for the leading function then you should take the cards until you'll get any of the pentacles or wands.

    3)
    T - swords
    F - cups
    S - pentacles
    N - wands

    queen, king - leading function
    page, knight - secondary function

    with the 2nd shuffle you are getting E/I:
    knight, king - extravert
    page, queen - introvert

    4) remove major cards and people cards
    ace - 1, then by numbers up to 10

    you ask by the dichotomies: J/P, T/F, S/N, E/I
    even card - left trait, odd - right trait

    5) remove major cards
    T - swords
    F - cups
    S - pentacles
    N - wands

    Take the 1st function. For 2nd function do shuffle and take the cards until you'll take the cooperating suit. Return the suit cards and do shuffle.
    Get E/I as:
    knight, king, even number (ace=1) - extravert
    page, queen, odd number - introvert

    6) remove major cards
    split on people + numbers (with ace=1) cards

    shuffle people cards and take one for the type's club:
    page = F-N
    knight = T-N
    queen = F-S
    king = T-S

    shuffle numbers cards and take the E/I:
    even = extravert
    odd = introvert

    gather people + numbers cards, suffle to get the quadra:
    alpha - wands
    beta - swords
    gamma - pentacles
    delta - cups

    7) remove major cards

    get the club:
    T-S - swords
    T-N - wands
    F-S - pentacles
    F-N - cups

    and E/I:
    knight, king, even number (ace=1) - extravert
    page, queen, odd number - introvert

    shuffle to get the quadra (take the card until it will fit to possible suit):
    alpha - wands
    beta - swords
    gamma - pentacles
    delta - cups

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    the links by Savchenko:

    Swords - T-P
    Cups - F-P
    Wands - F-J
    Pentacles - T-J
    King - E-S
    Queen - I-S
    Knight - E-N
    Page - I-N
    Last edited by Sol; 05-27-2018 at 03:32 PM.
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    You should do the Major Arcana next xD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aramas View Post
    You should do the Major Arcana next xD
    for lulz :

    0 (Fool) - ILE
    1 - SEI
    ...
    15 (Devil) - SLI

    or

    ILE - Fool
    SEI - Star
    ESE - Empress
    LII - Magician
    EIE - Wheel of Fortune
    LSI - Justice
    SLE - Emperor
    IEI - High Priestess
    SEE - Strength
    ILI - Hermit
    LIE - Chariot
    ESI - Hierophant
    LSE - Sun
    EII - Temperance
    IEE - World
    SLI - Moon
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    my tarot cards told me that i am ESTJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sol View Post
    for lulz :

    0 (Fool) - ILE
    1 - SEI
    ...
    15 (Devil) - SLI

    or

    ILE - Fool
    SEI - Star
    ESE - Empress
    LII - Magician
    EIE - Wheel of Fortune
    LSI - Justice
    SLE - Emperor
    IEI - High Priestess
    SEE - Strength
    ILI - Hermit
    LIE - Chariot
    ESI - Hierophant
    LSE - Sun
    EII - Temperance
    IEE - World
    SLI - Moon
    Hanged Man?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aramas View Post
    Hanged Man?
    passive - introversion. suffering - Ni
    mb IEI, ILI

    Quote Originally Posted by Echo View Post
    my tarot cards told me that i am ESTJ
    your deck is novice in Socionics and hence does mistakes still

    Try the intuitive approach. Ask about the needed human by a single card. Then think which type may that card describe.
    Ask alike: What a person I was born?
    This may hint about some personal traits, including related to the type.
    In this way there is no prepared system - you decide what you see for the concrete guessing.
    Last edited by Sol; 06-12-2018 at 11:35 PM.
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    I'm tired, annoyed and I get happy when I put things into order. I appreciate the lulz-sentiment of this thread.

    Here's another version:
    (with quotes from tarot.com)
    ISTp: King of pentacles
    Representing the energy of a King, this card in the suit of Coins or Pentacles displays one who has accomplished a lot in life and has arranged his or her affairs so that he has much good to show for it. Possessing a practical genius in the ways of the world, he loves to build things. Because he's so good at deal-making, this character is privy to the biggest deals in town. He has the power to make or break people financially. Although this does not always win him love, it certainly earns him respect.

    ISFj: Queen of pentacles
    Traditionally, representing the energy of a Queen, this feminine guardian is endowed with enormous good sense and problem solving energy, but she is not particularly entrepreneurial. She loves to advise, encourage, and empower those she gets involved with, studying their problems with them and setting them up to solve them. Traditionally, she was pictured as the Sibyl or Oracle, perhaps a Tarot reader, who made herself available to people in need, no matter what their social class or situation. In modern times, she will be found educating, healing, managing disaster aid programs or a charitable drive of some sort.

    ENTj: Knight of pentacles
    Traditionally, this card in this suit pictures an overseer of fertility and growth. His period of ascendancy is during the quiet years between conflicts, when everybody can collaborate in raising the collective standard of living. His horse is usually huge and thickset, more suitable to pulling a plow than riding swiftly into battle. His temperament is easygoing and relaxed, he's moving at the rate of the flow, because he knows that you can't hurry time.

    INTj: Page of pentacles
    Whether the learning is about growing vegetables, the stock market or culturing new medicines in the lab, this Page wants to understand the underlying mechanism that supports the creation of results and abundance. You may see this person in the position of the attendant or junior partner, but that is only a current appearance. That demeanor of humility or servitude will soon enough disappear, as her sense of mastery increases. By studying the example of those around her, successful and unsuccessful, she is building a game plan that will lift her from obscurity and make her successful in her own right. She just has to collect the necessary education and experience, which she is doing right now.

    ISTj: King of swords
    Traditionally, representing the energy of a King, this masculine energy form is The Adjudicator, the wise judge or mediator. He helps parties in conflict discover common ground and build upon it, and guides societies to see their greater good. His archetype is Solomon, ancient lawgiver and philosopher of the Old Testament. Sometimes appearing cool and detached, he can be misunderstood as not caring.

    INTp: Queen of swords
    Representing the energy of a Queen, this feminine power was traditionally known as a widow, crone or divorcee. In modern times, she can be viewed as a model of self-sufficiency, independence and intelligence. She often has extremely high standards due to her subtle sensitivities, which can be perceived by those around her as being critical or hard to please. Her true motive is to refine the world, to upgrade peoples' understanding -- so that everyone can have the space they need to become fully themselves.

    ESTp: Knight of Swords
    This card is traditionally entitled The Knight, but in some modern decks appears as The Prince. Traditionally, this card portrays the restless mind, aroused by thoughts of offense and defense, storming around searching for a target to pounce on. He often feels slighted, has a chip on his shoulder and bristles with a hostile attitude. His usual method is to look for someone to blame for his irritation.

    ISFp: Page of Swords
    The traditional interpretation is about a messenger, an emissary or liaison between separate camps, charged with faithfully representing one side's communications to the other. Because of this role, we do not think of this person as a servant, but rather as a diplomat, facilitating sensitive negotiations, often under difficult conditions.

    ENFj: King of Cups
    The man in this card doesn't need to speak to communicate strength, passion and commitment. Sometimes he is robed like a priest or shaman. Intense and intuitive, he is a force to be reckoned with.

    INFj: Queen of Cups
    She is supremely empathic -- sometimes to a fault. Her caring nature exposes her to everybody else's emotions and needs.This person sometimes has difficulty identifying her own best interests in the midst of her responsiveness to others. As a result, she sometimes appears slightly unfocused or perhaps overwhelmed, filled as she is with "spirits". She represents the Grail Queen, as well as the Goddess of the Family.

    ENFp: Knight of Cups
    portraying a return to his true heart's home after a long journey. Like the prodigal son, he may be returning after long estrangement from all he holds dear.
    His taste for adventure is exhausted -- there is no more romanticizing of battles or travel in strange lands. Now he wants to go where he will be recognized, wanted and welcome -- where he doesn't have to fight at every turn. He has the attitude of one who has become older and wiser, the prodigal son.

    INFp: Page of cups
    In this suit this card represents a poetic, mystical, emotionally open young person, still tender and idealistic, given to flights of imaginative fantasy.
    This energy is exquisitely refined and fine-tuned. It may be that a sense of being grounded in reality has not yet entirely set in, such that he or she is easily tossed about by external forces and events. This person must work to achieve a stronger will and a more calculating mind, to balance and protect all that wonderful sensitivity.

    ESFp: King of Wands
    Traditionally representing the energy of a dynamic King, this card represents the classic conquering hero. He's a charismatic leader, entrepreneurial and ambitious, always creating new adventures. He does this because he doesn't like to stay home or to have to "mind the store" -- he gets to feeling restless and bored with the predictable. If you need a crusader, or someone to take on a big challenge, he's your man. He needs a big assignment, and would rather lead than follow.

    ESTj: Queen of Wands
    Traditionally, representing the energy of a Queen, this woman represents the natural manager, whose gift is to inspire teamwork and divvy up tasks. She is the one who sees ensures everything runs smoothly. She'll be sweating in the sun along with her family or crew, inspiring everybody to keep up and supporting morale with her infectious energy. She is the best kind of manager to have, because she is like a challenging but encouraging mother, who knows you have it in you. She believes in her charges and they work hard to please her. She is not, however, sentimental. Like a good farmer, she views her crops, her animals, even the people who work for her, as necessary resources for the achievement of the higher goal. If any aspect is no longer productive or cost-effective, she can let them go without a second thought. Do not look to her for sympathy.

    ESFj Knight of Wands
    Traditionally, this card indicates the energy of an instigator, a fire-starter, a feisty and easily provoked character who is liable to attack first and ask questions later. This energy is quick to anger and enjoys a fight -- so much so that the thought of a diplomatic solution can provoke a secret disappointment! Nevertheless, he sees himself as trying to help, rescuing the world from its madness by imposing his sense of order upon it.

    ENTp Page of Wands
    This archetype is that of a unique individual, a nonconformist, often something of a bohemian, definitely independent by nature. He or she requires little in the way of affirmation or approval. Perhaps a mischief-maker, often an innovator or inventor, the energy represented by this card will only serve others until he or she figures out how to get others to serve him/her.

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    Or the major arcana, why not...

    ENTj - Sun
    The Sun's radiance is where one's original nature can be encountered in health and safety. The limitations of time and space are stripped away; the soul is refreshed and temporarily protected from the chaos outside the garden walls. Under the light of the Sun, life reclaims its primordial goodness, truth, and beauty. If one person is shown on this card, it is usually signifying a human incarnation of the divine. When two humans are shown, the image is portraying a resolution of the tension between opposites at all levels. It's as if this card is saying "You can do no wrong -- it's all to the good!

    ENFp - Moon
    The Moon card refers to a deep state of sensitivity and imaginative impressionability, developed within a womb of deep relaxation. Here we dream and go into trance, have visions and receive insights, wash in and out with the psychic tides, and experience deep mystical and/or terrifying realities beyond our ordinary senses. In a state of expanded consciousness, we cannot always control what happens. The Moon card represents the ultimate test of a soul's integrity, where the membrane between the self and the unknown is removed, and the drop of individuality re-enters the ocean of being. What transpires next is between a soul and its maker.

    ESFj - Star
    The Star Tarot card is about reconnecting one's soul with the divine -- the transcending of personality, family, community, and reputation. It has to do ultimately with the freedom to be one's self. The soul is responding to celestial influences -- forces that can provide the personality with a stronger sense of purpose. The Star card helps us to remember our exalted origins and our attraction to a higher union.
    This card could also be called The Celestial Mandate -- that which refers us back to our reason for being, our mission in this lifetime. The Star reminds us that, in a sense, we are agents of divine will in our day-to-day lives. If we let go of the idea that we are supposed to be in control, we can more easily notice and appreciate the synchronicities that are nudging us along. In this way, we become more conscious of the invisible helping hand, and we better understand our place within -- and value to -- the larger cosmos.

    INTj - Tower
    In practically all renditions of the Tower card, disaster is striking or has just struck. The demons of madness and despair are released from ancient hiding places, and nature conspires with human failings to destabilize a society. The upheaval is collective and impersonal. Let us remember these images were created for the educated nobles and clergy -- reminding them that they have the most to lose if the hierarchy is toppled. Lightning is a fitting karmic payback for the guilt of those whose fortunes come from the exploitation or abuse of others. A modern subtitle might be "revolution," indicating that through drastic social change, oppressed people can find renewed hope of better times. The Tower experience comes like a flash of lightning to topple the hierarchy of the old order, after which everyone can have a fresh start on a more equal footing.


    ISFj - The Devil
    The Devil Tarot card expresses the realm of the taboo -- the culturally rejected wildness and undigested shadow side that each of us carries in our subconscious. This shadow is actually at the core of our being, which we cannot get rid of and will never succeed in taming. From its earliest versions, which portrayed a vampire-demon, The Devil evoked the church-fueled fear that a person could "lose their soul" to wild and passionate forces. The Devil image which emerged in the mid-1700s gives us a more sophisticated rendition -- that of the "scapegoated goddess," whose esoteric name is Baphomet. Volcanic reserves of passion and primal desire empower her efforts to overcome the pressure of stereotyped roles and experience true freedom of soul.

    ISFp - Temperance
    The Temperance card is a reference to the soul. Classically female, the woman or angel on the Temperance card is mixing up a blend of subtle energies for the evolution of the personality. One key to interpreting this card can be found in its title -- a play on the process of tempering metals in a forge.
    Metals must undergo extremes of temperature, folding, and pounding, but the end product is infinitely superior to impure ore mined from the earth. In this image, the soul volunteers the ego for a cleansing and healing experience, which may turn the personality inside-out, but which brings out the gold hidden within the heart.

    ENFj - Death
    The Death card is not about the literal death of any person. It may represent the death of something else, like a project, plan, or relationship. This card also points to a time of harvest, symbolized in classical decks by the reaping skeleton. Unless the fruits of summer are harvested, they are lost to winter's harshness, and the people do not eat. As the scythe cuts the cords that link us to the past, it liberates us to go forward without fear, because we have nothing left to lose. Everything being pruned away is recycled for the fertility of the future, so that nothing is really ever lost, despite seasonal cycles of gain and loss.

    INTp - Hanged man
    The Hanged Man usually indicates a lack of ability to help oneself through independent action. The energy is arrested and awaiting judgment. With this card, there is no avenue for the will to regain control until the situation has passed.
    This represents a good time to be philosophical, to study and meditate upon the position you find yourself in, and to form resolutions for the moment you become free again. Only those who possess wisdom, patience, and optimism will be able to see through limitations, including possible humiliation, to grasp the inspiring lesson one can gain from such an experience.

    INFj - Justice
    The Justice Tarot card has to do with moral sensitivity and that which gives rise to empathy, compassion, and a sense of fairness. Since the time of Solomon, this image has represented a standard for the humane and fair-minded treatment of other beings.
    Often including the image of a fulcrum or scale which helps to balance competing needs against the greater good, and a two-edged sword to symbolize the precision needed to make clear judgments, this card reminds us to be careful to attend to important details. It's a mistake to overlook or minimize anything where this card is concerned. The law of karma is represented here -- what goes around comes around.

    INFp: Wheel of fortune
    The central theme of The Wheel of Fortune card is cyclical change. The wheel keeps on rolling, churning events in a ceaseless progression of ups and downs, either way freeing us from the past. No one can escape its cyclical action, which can feel somewhat terrifying -- no matter whether we are rising or falling. When one is balanced on top of the wheel, there is a moment of crystal clarity. However, the only part of the wheel that's actually not going up and down is the hub, which represents your eternal self.
    Every one of us will occupy all the points on the wheel at one point or another. The cycle of the wheel is its lesson -- and we can learn to take comfort in it. If you don't like the look of things right now, just wait -- things will change. Of course, if you do like the look of things right now, enjoy it while it lasts, because that will change too

    ISTp - Hermit
    The challenge of The Hermit card is to be able to recognize a teacher in a humble disguise. This font of mysterious knowledge will not make it easy for the student to acquire his wisdom, as it takes time and long contemplation to fathom what he knows. He often speaks wordlessly, or in ancient and barbaric tongues, communicating with the elements, animals, and nature herself.
    While an hourglass was an identifying feature on the earliest Hermit Tarot cards, more modern cards have shifted the metaphor, showing more or less light released from his lantern. In either case, the Hermit card reminds us of the value of time away from the hubbub of civic life, to relax the ego in communion with nature.

    ESFp - Strengh
    The Strength Tarot card represents nature, which, however wild in its primal form, is tamed by our subtler, finer self -- our feminine side, our inner self. The will and passion of our instinctive nature does not need to be broken, but refined and brought to consciousness, so that all levels of creation may come into harmony.
    The feminine soul-force contains a persuasive power that can nurture and induce cooperation from others, stilling disruptive energies by harmonizing differences in the spirit of collective good will.

    ISTj - Chariot
    The Chariot Tarot card points to a triumphal feeling of freedom, as if the Charioteer is being paraded through the streets as a hero (or heroine). The card reflects congratulations for high achievement, and serves as a sign of empowerment.
    Huge wheels and frisky steeds speed the rate at which the driver's will power can be realized. This kind of charge makes more of the world accessible to one ambitious enough to seize The Chariot's reins. But there is danger in this feeling of freedom, because of the increased rate of change and its power to magnify mistakes in judgment. As a seasoned warrior, the Charioteer is called upon to be extra attentive to the way ahead.

    ESTj - Hierophant
    The Hierophant Tarot this card refers to a master and the learning of practical lessons from the study of natural law. This energy of this card points to some agent or resource that can reveal the secrets of life, the cycles of the Moon and tides, the links between human beings and the heavens. Because monasteries were the only places a person could learn to read and write in the Middle Ages, a Hierophant was one to whom a student would petition for entry. He was the one to set the curriculum for the neophyte's course of study.

    ESTp - Emperor
    In the most practical terms, The Emperor Tarot card represents the highest leadership, a head of state, or the most exemplary and powerful person in the realm. This archetypal ruler is responsible for the affairs of a society or community, which are directly proportional to his well being and happiness.
    The more enlightenment and cosmic perspective this energy brings, the better life is for all. The Emperor archetype masters the world of matter and physical manifestation. When you apply this card to your situation, acknowledge your potentials for mastery. Reinforce a sense of sovereignty within yourself, despite any self-limiting beliefs, habits, or appearances to the contrary.

    ENTp - High Priestess
    For the accused heretics who were burnt at the stake for revering her in the 14th and 15th century, the Priestess symbolized the prophecy of the return of the Holy Spirit, which was perceived as the female aspect of the Holy Trinity.
    In terms of the Major Arcana ordering of cards, The High Priestess appears in the sequence as soon as the Fool decides he wants to develop his innate powers, making a move toward becoming a Magician. The High Priestess is his first teacher, representing the inner life and the method for contacting it, as well as the contemplative study of nature and spiritual mystery.

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    Are you guys really typing tarot cards? Lol also, I don’t own a set
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    Dual type (as per tcaudilllg)
    Enneagram 2w1sw(1w9) helps others to live up to their own standards of what a good person is and is very behind the scenes in the process.
    Tritype 1-2-6 stacking sp/sx


    I'm constantly looking to align the real with the ideal.I've been more oriented toward being overly idealistic by expecting the real to match the ideal. My thinking side is dominent. The result is that sometimes I can be overly impersonal or self-centered in my approach, not being understanding of others in the process and simply thinking "you should do this" or "everyone should follor this rule"..."regardless of how they feel or where they're coming from"which just isn't a good attitude to have. It is a way, though, to give oneself an artificial sense of self-justification. LSE

    Best description of functions:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smilex View Post
    Or the major arcana, why not...


    ISFj - The Devil
    The Devil Tarot card expresses the realm of the taboo -- the culturally rejected wildness and undigested shadow side that each of us carries in our subconscious. This shadow is actually at the core of our being, which we cannot get rid of and will never succeed in taming. From its earliest versions, which portrayed a vampire-demon, The Devil evoked the church-fueled fear that a person could "lose their soul" to wild and passionate forces. The Devil image which emerged in the mid-1700s gives us a more sophisticated rendition -- that of the "scapegoated goddess," whose esoteric name is Baphomet. Volcanic reserves of passion and primal desire empower her efforts to overcome the pressure of stereotyped roles and experience true freedom of soul.

    Goddamnit @Smilex! The Devil??

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsTortilla View Post
    Goddamnit @Smilex! The Devil??
    I showed a picture of an ESI that I found on a dating site to another LIE, and he said, "Beautiful girl".. I showed the same ESI picture to an ILE, and he said "That woman is evil!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam Strange View Post
    I showed a picture of an ESI that I found on a dating site to another LIE, and he said, "Beautiful girl".. I showed the same ESI picture to an ILE, and he said "That woman is evil!"
    Hah!! Well. There is so much anti-ESI sentiment out there. Even descriptions are weirdly limited and seem to show us in an extremely negative and closed-off light. It's really striking. And there are plenty of ESI's I can think of who break the typically-described ESI mould... but hey, maybe they aren't breaking the mould. Maybe the mould/descriptions are shite.

    Anyway, we're not evil, we just know all the ways in which all the ILE's are bad/wrong.


    (Kidding...?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsTortilla View Post
    Goddamnit @Smilex! The Devil??
    https://www.thetarotguide.com/the-devil
    "
    In a general context, The Devil Tarot card can signify depression or addiction. It can also be a sign of feeling trapped or restricted. With this Major Arcana card in your Tarot spread you may feel as though outside influences or forces beyond your control are restricting you, leaving you feeling powerless and victimised. However, this is the illusion The Devil creates. You are in control of your own destiny and are not bound by anything other than your own attitudes and behaviour. Don’t give up and don’t give away your power. You don’t have to tolerate negativity, criticism, manipulation or abuse from anyone. There are always options and there is always something positive you can do to improve your situation no matter how hopeless things may seem on the surface. Likewise be mindful of how you are treating others and make sure you are not trying to manipulate or control people in your life either. The Devil upright in your Tarot reading can also indicate obsessive, secretive or impulsive behaviour. It can be a sign that you are out of control. The Devil Tarot card is also a signifier of materialism and may show that you have become overly concerned with material things, status or power. These are not things that will make you truly fulfilled as a person so put your energy into the things that will."

    Clearly this thread is the peak of serious behaviour. To achieve these results our study group interviewed 666 ENTps and meticulously went through their answers.

    With the Devil also being the card of sex this is not at all anyone claiming that ISFjs are the sexiest type in the socion.

    Anyway, the devil in tarot context is hardly ever about 'evil', more about 'carnal' and all that entails.

    On another note, most times you meet a 'negativist' type, you really meet a shitty version of the neighbouring 'positivist' type. That's why I'm taking part in a stupid joke thread as if I was some ESFj just because I can't bear the tedium of ESTjdom.

    This thread is such bullshit.
    m "o

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    I don't like tarots but I liked your descriptions, thanks Smilex!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ooo View Post
    I don't like tarots but I liked your descriptions, thanks Smilex!
    I apologise for non-clarity. Not my descriptions, just quotes from sites I quickly googled up.

    I like the art of many of the decks.



    or this

    or this


    or this



    Just so many artists inspired by the same concepts. So many powerful interpretations. How could one not like it just a little bit?

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    I like the first oldie deck (I just don't like the symbolism of tarots.. it's just so much stuff to remember... and too subtle, it confuses me)

    I've seen some amazing decks around the internet, there was a cool site with all kinds of decks... one with magic trippy mushrooms and sexy girls, was my fav... I'll link you if I find it.

    Just so many artists inspired by the same concepts. So many powerful interpretations. How could one not like it just a little bit?
    yeah it looks to me like they're all doing the same thing :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by ooo View Post
    I like the first oldie deck (I just don't like the symbolism of tarots.. it's just so much stuff to remember... and too subtle, it confuses me)

    I've seen some amazing decks around the internet, there was a cool site with all kinds of decks... one with magic trippy mushrooms and sexy girls, was my fav... I'll link you if I find it.



    yeah it looks to me like they're all doing the same thing :/
    I have a small collection of decks I think are beautiful. If you have suggestions, please toss the name of nice looking decks

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