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05/11/2014

Ator tarot cards © Robin Ator;http://www.meetup.com/London
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London Tarot Study Group
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Three Piles of Aces
Shufﬂe the deck as normal, asking the question as you shufﬂe. Sort into one pile.Start dealing the cards into the ﬁrst of three piles... stopping at the 13th card, or whenever an Aceappears, repeat this for each of the three piles.If all three piles reveal an Ace, then the answer is deﬁnitely “YES”, and each ace can give you moreinformation, depending on their suits.If 2 out of 3 piles have Aces, then the answer is generally “Yes, but...” ; with the third card explainingwhat may be an obstacle, or something you really need to know.If only one Ace appears, the answer is “probably not, because...” ; with the other cards explainingthe reason.If no Aces appear, the answer is “NO”. With the other cards revealing why not.
A useful spread, because it allows for maybes, and give a little advice and background as to
why the answer is the way it is.
0 Aces / 3 non
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No1 Ace / 2 non
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probably Not,2 Aces / 1 non
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probably Yes, but...3 Aces / 0 non
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Yes

Ator tarot cards © Robin Ator;http://www.meetup.com/London
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Ace vs. Tens
Shufﬂe the deck as normal, asking the question as you shufﬂe.Start dealing the cards into on pile of 22 cards.Stop if you reach an Ace (YES) or a Ten (NO) and count how many cards it took to reach theanswer card.
e.g.) Ace of Cups came up as the 5th card dealt (with 4 other cards underneath it).The “position” or number of the answer card is associated with the major Arcana card of the samenumber, and gives some background as to why the answer is yes or no.
e.g.) Ace of Cups is the 5th card dealt.. associated with the
Hierophant card; so the reason theanswer is yes is likely due to traditional values, school or church associations, etc.
If you do not get an Ace or a Ten within 22 cards then the Answer is unavailable or the Question was incorrect. So instead of just a yes or No you get a little background being the answer, perhapa Why or Why not - as discussed on The Tarot Connection Podcast (Episode 28).
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Use of reversals as “no” and upright cards as “yes”.4
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Other sources
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Mary Greer’s Yes / No spread
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Tarot for Your Self, p. 134
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Personal observations... what cards are symbolically “yes” and “no”? Let’s discuss!
Aces
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= YesTens (X)
= No