Angel Tarot – How Angels Taught Me Tarot

By Candace Caddick

There was a weekend about eight years ago, when the Archangel Melchizadek taught me how to read tarot cards. He had identified the tarot deck by Hanson-Roberts, and I had it sent to me in preparation. His instructions included “no upside down cards, no negative messages”, as angels of light are not about negativity. (Although they will point out times to be careful.) The layout is not the traditional layout frequently used. The readings are to clarify issues and guide people when they are unsure.  Tarot cards were originally designed to deliver messages in an easy-to-understand format. Angels use them because people find it easier to understand the guidance while looking at an illustration.

Seven of Cups, Hanson-Roberts Tarot Deck

Seven of Cups, Hanson-Roberts Tarot Deck

For instance, when reading the Death card, death is treated like a normal part of life, and they take pains to set people’s fears at rest regarding mortality. Because the pictures on the cards are so expressive, the message is then easier to understand for most people. The cards are also “active”, they highlight energetically the part of the illustration that is relevant for the reading. The Seven of Cups card is the front surface of a three dimensional picture that includes an infinite number of cups spreading behind, filling the universe. The people turn and speak, but it is really the voice of an angel giving advice through the personality on the card.  The cards encourage one to walk forward in life and be the best person they can be.

If you want to hear your angelic guides speak directly to you, it is possible through these tarot readings. Angels are eager at this time in the history of the Earth to help those who are developing their spiritual path.

I will be doing sample tarot readings on 11 July in Haywards Heath, W. Sussex at the http://www.indigoumbrella.co.uk/mind-body-spirit-event-haywards-heath/ fair. My tarot page on my website is http://www.candacecaddick.com/tarot/.

©Candace Caddick