A tarot reader can contest the tarot cards in a variety of ways. When the problem is yes/no, the easiest condition occurs. The tarot reader can then take a simple throw of one or three cards. The easiest way to get a Yes / No question to the tarot cards is to throw a tarot card and, if they land straight, the answer is yes. There should, however, be some more effort to ensure a more accurate and helpful response. Even a simple tarot card reads a little more, continue on to find out.
First of all, if you use rectangular cards which are only upright or reversed, the one-card method works differently. This tarot reading, on the plus side, gives you a simple yes or no reply. As certain cases are not 100% possible, though, this design limits the authenticity of the tarot cards and how much details may be given for the reader by the tarot cards.
The second problem when you read tarot on a single card is that you usually need to see more than one card to grasp what’s happening. Remember, a tarot reading is always about energy, and energy is always on the move: two cards have more movement than a single card that can interact.
That is why, whenever you decide to ask tarot cards a question yes/no, normally you put at least three cards. The response is yes whether the cards are all upright or partially upright and all of the cards are fine. If two cards land upright, it’s likely, and the tarot reader should also see in which directions the tarot cards landed. The answer is not likely, or no, if the tarot cards are not upright. The answer is also unlikely or unlikely if all cards land or all cards are cards with a negative energy effect.
You now have an easy one or 3-card layout that can be used with a yes / no question to obtain guidance from tarot cards. The most popular tarot card layout would probably be the Cross, also known as the Celtic Cross if it could not be answered by a yes or a No.