You will learn how to use timing in your tarot readings. This can be done using the traditional method which uses numerology and tarot suits. Follow seven colour-coded tables and a colorful card wheel image to present the information clearly, including discussion about them.

Timing Events Using Tarot & Astrology: I will show you how to approach timing with tarot cards. This includes the traditional method as well as the advanced Golden Dawn* offering that focuses on astrology.

Traditional Tarot Timing* focuses on the seasons and numerology, while the other titles discuss the Golden Dawn and the astrology method for tarot timing. This includes the planets, the zodiac and the ten-day periods that the Golden Dawn* applied the Minor Arcana, also known as the decans or decantes. For simplicity and accessibility, I have combined all information into one table. This allows you to search any card in your tarot spread and get an idea of when those events are taking place.

In predictive tarot readings (either face-to-face or via a psychic line), the question ” when will occur?” This is because astrology and tarot provide the most information about timing events. Twelve of the 22 major arcana card cards are associated to zodiac signs. This allows us to precisely time events and their fixed dates. This becomes more difficult when we have to consider the seven planets from ancient astrology as well as the primordial elements that help us to time events in tarot. However, you’ll see that there are ways to get timing from the Planetary Trumps.

Start your journey to tarot timing by learning Traditional Timing. Next, move on to the next table until you reach the last table. This table is named after this post: Timing Events using Tarot and Astrology. You will find a link that takes you back to the main menu at the end of each section. This allows you to quickly access the relevant table sections.

The Golden Dawn was/is a secret magical mystery school, also known as the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. They gathered information from previous practitioners and scholars of magic, divination, and other related subjects and synthesized it at the beginning of the 20th Century. They are part of the Western Mystery Tradition, which focuses on Jewish mysticism/Kabbala and Egyptian magic and religion, as well as astrology and Pythagorean numberlogy and alchemy. If you’re interested in further research, this Wikipedia entry on western esotericism can be a good starting point.