Trustedtarot.com has a few, two and a half minute meditation recording for you to listen to in order to get into the mood. This tarot reader is a little different from the others. It uses numerology and astrology, so the site asks for your first name and your date of birth. It also gives you a free astrological reading with your tarot reading…and both are emailed to you in exactly six minutes.
There is something very clever about making you wait for six minutes. You start looking around the website. The site also offers live tarot card readings, I ching, numerology, rune, and love readings. I played around with the runes for a few minutes, since this is something I don’t normally see.
When the email came, I choose not to get ten free readings with the promise to buy a membership later on. This isn’t a hard sale, but even still, I’m just here for the review. The reading itself was really good. There’s optional audio for each card. There’s interpretations as well as the possibility of who the card could represent in the querent’s life. Though I’m not sure why anyone would need any additional help interpreting the reading after that, the site does offer live tarot readings for those who need help.
The reading was pretty accurate, scarily accurate. I felt as if this reading was intended for me specifically. I definitely like the way that the reading is intended for me. Often, online tarot readings read more like instructional articles for readers as opposed to interpretations for querents. This has a nice mix of both.
- Trusted Tarot uses numerology and astrology for the free tarot readings.
- Trusted Tarot uses interepretations clearly meant for querents who may or may not have experience with tarot.
- Trusted Tarot offers some seriously accurate readings.
There is little to hate about Trusted Tarot, if anything. This is all good.