Are Egyptian tarot readings different?

Man’s interest in the unexplainable and the unproven has been around for centuries; some of the misunderstood activities of Earth, weather and space have now been explained by science but there are many mysteries that still exist.

One such mystery is the existence and presence of fate, the unidentifiable ‘thing’ that seems to push us in the right direction. The unexplained entity that some people feel in the pit of their stomach that tells them not to do something, like board a plane… discovering many hours later, it has disappeared.

But it is also the ‘thing’ that tells us when something is right, even though everything and everyone is saying the opposite. Occasionally, we need to seek clarity but where can be access this deeper understanding? Egyptian tarot readings may be the answer.
Is there a difference between Egyptian tarot readings and others?
Briefly, it all depends of the type of information you are seeking as to which deck and reading is the best to use. Egyptian tarot readings are one of the oldest with its origins in ancient Egypt. Representing 22 gods and goddesses, this type of reading allows the reader to interpret how the personal strengths of these gods and goddesses can be used within our own, personal world.
Are Egyptian tarot readings the first tarot experience?
Many people believe, probably due to the spiritual and occult traditions of ancient Egypt, that tarot originated here but, this is not the case. However, there is no doubt that the many Egyptian tales and lore underpin many modern day tarot decks and readings – modern meaning from the 18th Century onwards!

In an ancient world full of symbols, it is believed that the mysteries and explanations of these are not meant to be interpreted fully or explained with scientific precision. Rather, their mean is to be interpreted and applied to the individual, their problems or concerns. The spirit world behind the tarot and the meaning on the card, will send their messages through guiding the subconscious of the reader in choosing the card or cards in answer to a question raised. Hence, the answer lies in front of you!

Occasionally, the subconscious may be overwrought and may need help in communicating with the tarot deck. This is why it is imperative should a card fall from the pack during Egyptian tarot readings that you take note of this card; what is its message?
Is there such a thing as pure Egyptian tarot readings?
It would appear not. Tarot came into being in northern Italy in the mid-15th Century but it was the heady mix of scholars living and working across the world, including Egypt that began the fusion between cultures, thoughts and ideas.

Many people will have studied Pythagoras at school; known for his work with numbers, his theories, skills and abilities were also used within the world of de-mystifying ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics. The symbols, drawings and messages ancient gods and peoples left on walls and temples became a source of mystery and a heady stream of academic debate for centuries.
Whilst many people attempt to translate their meanings, they were gradually and slowly worked into the tarot, with many people believing their covert messages were able to be used in helping modern man work out solution to problems, as well as offering guidance and advice that were second-to-none.
If you are seeking enlightenment, in other words, guidance and maybe even solutions to problems, concerns and worries, Egyptian tarot readings can provide powerful messages.

Author's Bio: 

Rachel is a freelance metaphysical journalist, and recommends the following websites which carry a high calibre of clairvoyant readers with years of experience.