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Tarot, Uriel, And Being A True Medium

 

Thursday, December 4th, I bought a deck of Tarot Cards. I did this because, given all my experiences lately, that it was important for me to use them to the best of my ability.

That was under a week ago. The first day that I had them, I unwittingly disturbed a friend of mine deeply; she accused me of talking about her with another of her friends, playing a trick on her.

Also, I've been told that I adopt a monotone voice when I get into the readings. I don't quite know what the cards represent, so I have a booklet to offer me the interpretations, while the rest is up to me. But everything is accurate, and in many cases extensions to previous readings that these people have had.

Tarot cards work for absolutely anyone. It's a matter of will and wisdom that allows an individual to interpret the meanings of each card properly.

The first day I used them (Friday, December 5th) I got this odd feeling in my body. As if I wasn't breathing enough, or that I was about to faint (though my mind felt perfectly awake). After finishing my friend's reading, I left. Shortly after I had left, my hand began moving itself. I remember this intense pressure, as if someone was forcing my hand to move. It clenched into a fist that resembled the letter 'N' in sign language. Since then I've found that I can pass control of my arm to a spirit or angel that is near me at all times.

However, communication is nearly impossible. So I simply said, "I know you're there. I know you're watching. Give me a sign. The Page of Cups." The Page of Cups is a Tarot card. I had said this at school, and had forgotten about it entirely afterwards. In the evening, I proceeded to do a reading on myself (though this is not recommended by traditions, I find I have no trouble in doing so). The first card I flipped over, I stated, "This represents myself."

It was the Page of Cups. As soon as I saw it, I thought, "He's here."

During school again, I took a pencil in my hand and tried to focus. I wrote, "Tell me your name," and waited. Though the name "Uriel" had popped into my head, it was one of the ONLY angel names I knew (Michael, Uriel, Auriel, Lilith are the ones I was familiar with at the time), so I knew it couldn't be correct.

Monday, December 8th, I sat with my friend Joseph while shuffling the cards about. I told him about my angel and my experiences with him, and about the Page of Cups. Then I flipped a card over on to my bed. There, facing him, sat the Page of Cups.

We consulted a Dictionary of Angels, by Gustav Davidson. I first looked in the back, and checked under my sign, Libra, my month, October, and my ruling planet, Venus. Uriel was the one I found familiar. Closer research revealed that he was, in fact, my angel.

I read to Joseph several different black magic spells found in the back of the book. He told me, upon reading the Incantation for a Magic Carpet, that a particular name had rang in his ears. Agla.

I looked it up. Agla, a spirit used in Monday conjurations (today being Monday) which call upon Lucifer. For invoking or exorcising Lucifer. And the name of God that Joseph had invoked to deliver him from his brothers. It was "convenient" or "coincidental," as some might call it.

The words that my friend Julie used to describe me were "True Medium." I'm still learning what it means. I know that mastering Tarot cards in a single day is some feat, especially when I don't stick to the "traditional rules" of it. Heck, I even spontaneously create my own card spreads when questions "feel" right. I know that channeling spirits can also be a big deal. My auric sight and hearing (yes, energy has a sound too) has been improving. It's like everything is starting to fall into place, which is not so much odd, just an interesting new experience. I don't mean to brag. Everything just feels so ordinary. It's as if I don't learn it. Just recognize it. From another life, another existence, or even in dreams once hopelessly lost within my subconscious.

I know that there are spirits, fallen angels, demons, or whatever you wish to call them. I know they are out there, and that they can be dangerous. But I've come to realize that any person can control how much of themselves they release, whether to God, to some spirit, to angels, or even to their own intuitive influence.

I don't have questions, but I'm eager to know what others have to say.

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Timfaraos (426 posts)
 
7 years ago (2015-03-04)
Why would you summon Lucifer, who hates your guts, and would have your as* on a stick, if you gave him half the chance...LOL! You people open the door to unknown, floatsam and jetsam-anything that's out there spirits, to come into your home and life... And then, when you want to close the door, you can't! Well, YOU ASKED FOR IT! Be careful what you ask for, you might just get it... And you may not live to regret it!
Rashidah (guest)
 
11 years ago (2010-06-23)
This is an excellent story. One of the few I actually believe on this site.
But I will tell you something. I know that Lucifer can be summoned also on Friday. Friday was named after the planet Venus. Venus is also associated with the being.

Some magicians argue on the days on which Lucifer can be summoned. I say leave it as both days to lesson the confusion.

Thank you so much for sharing your story. I have never used tarot cards though. Maybe one of these days ❤
Psionic (3 stories) (70 posts)
 
12 years ago (2009-11-11)
I have a deck of tarot cards as well, so I know what you are going through. Have you slept with them under your pillow? If you out your tarot cards under your pillow and sleep with them, this will increase your connection with them. Because when you sleep, your brain waves drop, and connect to the tarot cards, and so they will be able to help you perform more accurate readings.
The page of cups means in my translation: Good news coming in terms of emotions, and he is also a sensitive and creative child. When you asked for a sign and you got the Page of cups, it could indicate that you are becoming more sensitive relating to your intuition and the emotions you feel and/or that you are a creative person, and that maybe you want to draw or paint or even write a book.
One other thing, I would suggest to try to learn the celtic cross spread of you don't know it already. This is a particulary good spread because it enables you to get informaiton from the past, present and future in more detail than just three cards spread. I hope this helps. Good luck and thank you for sharing, tarot card reader:)
isisevangeline (3 stories) (172 posts)
 
13 years ago (2009-03-02)
Keep going with your own way, its your path.
I think its terrific. That you have found ways that work for you is even better than always sticking to the traditional rules. Your not doing anything dangerous so I see no harm in how your doing your readings.
I hope you progress some more and evolve more I think you have a wonderful gift.
Oracle101 (2 stories) (506 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-12-11)
I have recently been tutoring a new student in Tarot Readings. On the very first day she fell in love with Tarot. She was shocked at the accuracy. I was happy when she chose my "Oracle of the Grail Code" deck as being her favorite. It is one of my guides favorite deck to use. She learned that doing the readings on her own is all a person needs to do. The power is within. Your psychic ability (or you guide) tells you innerly which card to select to answer your inner question. The books do explain what each card means but as you work more with your guides you will find that certain cards have certain meanings to your guides. It might not necessarily be the same meaning as what the book says.

How to do a Tarot Reading on your own:

1. First pray to God or your Guides for guidance and answers. Also ask for protection and to only be answered by God or your Top Level Guides. Ask that they be good and only from the White Light.

2. Once you feel this goodness around you, now think to yourself of what your question is (not outloud). This way only your guide hears your question, not a spirit/entity who maybe watching or listening.

3. If you have more than one Tarot Deck you might now receive a message from your Guides telling you which deck to use in order to find the right answer to your question.

4. Shuffle the cards as you continue to think about your question.

5. Spread the cards across a flat surface (from left to right, or right to left).

6. Focus on the backs of the cards and select the card which draws your attention most. (Use your intuition, or your Guides will tell you which card to select.)

7. Do the same and choose another card but only if you feel another card calls out to you. If you are not drawn to anymore cards then do not choose them.

8. Turn over the cards (one at a time and beginning with the first card you had chosen).

9. View the picture first, then it's name, then it's description.

If need be look it up in the book if you need further clarification on what the card means.

Ben89 (1 stories) (9 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-12-11)
You shouldnt use a handbook. Your the one with the ability not the cards. The cards are a tool that allow the "energy" from your mind to flow into words and actions. When you look at a card what do YOU SEE!
Not what does the booklet tell you to see. But that's just how I was taught, (not that I use them if at all anymore,) I should really bring them back out maybe put them under my pillow tonight!
flyingfreak77 (9 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-12-11)
that, is a very good point...however, I still feel, nervous around black magic and such. 😕
jozborn (4 stories) (30 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-12-10)
I think that "black magic" is in the eye of the beholder. It's entirely dependent on the person doing it. Countless spells will name dozens of angels and praise God, when the person performing them mean no holy or pure intent.

I will remember your advice in the future, though. I know what happens when you're cynical, when you mess with things you're unprepared for...
RozellaCheri (13 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-12-10)
Hello Jozborn,

I found your story (and other's you have written) very interesting. If you are open to it, I would also suggest pickin up Sylvia Brown's " Book of Angels"- it's very informative, and also has and angel chart- describing different angels and the different tasks they perform. During my grandma's illness I actually prayed to some of the angels listed in the chart, and to my surprise the next day my grandma said she had a dream about angels coming to her. It brought her much peace. And a few weeks later she passed- and I still to this day I truley believe it helped her. I hope you enjoy it as I have. Look forward to reading more of your stories 😁 - Take Care
RozellaCheri
flyingfreak77 (9 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-12-10)
you, with learning tarot so easily, reminds me a lot of me when I got my first set of tarot cards. I picked up on it easily, and, though I still occasionally need to use a handbook, am scarily accurate. I advise you to be careful messing around with black magic...that's 1 thing I try to stay away from. I've heard too many stories of BAD things happening... 😕

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