Sunday, December 8, 2013

The Original Rider-Waite and Sulit Ads

 I am a satisfied advertiser at With a few peso of investment the return is doing well I have recoup my initial investment at Sulit. I am advertising tarot cards for sale and tarot card reading services.

Although the sulit ads already contain basic information as to the price range and kinds of cards being sold, I still gets a lot of query on my page book page, text and email.

Another thing, Sulit support is individualize, always available got this from my inbox:

Dear Sir/Ma'am,

Thank for you choosing as your business partner. This is Denise N.A.E. your assigned Ad Consultant assigned to your account. Having a hard time to boost your Ads with the new system? Don't hesitate to reply on this message if you have any concerns.

This is also to inform you that discounts next year will be lessen.


Feel free to reply on this message if you any questions or concerns.

 My sulit ads


Why use Original Rider-Waite

A lot of query are from beginners on what tarot card to use. So for beginners I suggest that you get the "classics" of all Tarot Cards - The Original Rider-Waite once you mastered this card it will be easy to learn the nuances of other tarot cards and and then you can identify which other cards resonate to your ability and skills of reading, the card that will be meant for you. So let The Original Rider-Waite be your discovery card, that will definitely provide you with the necessary background and basic skills of learning the tarot

Aside from getting to know each of the individual cards - Major Arcana-22 cards, Minor Arcana-56 cards you also get to familiarize yourself with the different kind of spread but in my experience I have my own style of spread  based on the Celtic spread (10 cards) but I made my own version using 15 cards (the details of course I will not reveal here - it is my trade secret that distinguishes me from other readers. Please note that again it is not "hula" but  my approach is an accurate way of interpreting and reading the tarot cards based on long time experience and psychic abilities as well.) And if the seeker would ask some questions,  the seeker will be asked to draw 4 cards for each particular question. Then still if the seeker would want to verify and confirm those concerns I can also do an I-ching (Chinese oracle) as part of my reading package. 

From Wikipedia -

The Rider-Waite tarot deck is one of the most popular Tarot decks in use today in the English-speaking world[1] (The Tarot de Marseille being the most popular deck in Latin countries).[citation needed] Other suggested names for this deck include the Rider-Waite-Smith, Waite-Smith, Waite-Colman Smith or simply the Rider deck. The cards were drawn by illustrator Pamela Colman Smith from the instructions of academic and mystic A. E. Waite, and published by the Rider Company.

While the images are deceptively simple, almost childlike, the details and backgrounds hold a wealth of symbolism. Some imagery remains close to that found in earlier decks, but overall the Waite-Smith card designs represent a substantial departure from their predecessors. Among other changes, Waite had the Christian imagery of most older tarot decks' cards toned down—the 'Pope' card became the 'Hierophant', the 'Papess' became the 'High Priestess'. The Minor Arcana are illustrated with detailed scenes and images by Smith, again a departure from many earlier decks with much simpler designs for the Minor Arcana but aligning this deck with, for example, the Sola Busca Tarot. The symbols used were influenced by the 19th century magician and occultist Eliphas Levi.


The Rider-Waite deck has been used in many television programs and motion pictures, notably in the James Bond motion picture Live and Let Die. (The deck was used along with a different deck created by artist Fergus Hall specifically for the film.) The Rider-Waite deck has been used as an animated video backdrop in Madonna's Re-Invention World Tour 2004 for the song "Hollywood". The Hermit card in the Rider-Waite deck has been frequently used by Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page. Most popularly in The Song Remains The Same and the inner sleeve of Led Zeppelin IV.