Welcome to Unsogno Online Readings

You have a choice of three different readings using the exceptionally popular Rider-Waite deck. The Three Card Spread is a quick way to gain insight into the emerging arc of the past, present, and future. The Five Card Spread is similar but provides a glimpse of hidden influences as well as some additional advice about the future. The Celtic Cross is perhaps the most widely employed approach for the serious student of Tarot. Select your reading choice below.

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

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Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Spiritual Counselor or Fortune Teller ? Sophie King of Chesterfield County Virginia is hoping to prove that there is a distinction between the two. Courthouse News Service writes that Sophie "claims Chesterfield County unconstitutionally classifies her as engaged in the occupation of occult sciences, and subject to its business tax and zoning rules. King says the tax is excessive and violates her First Amendment rights." and that "King insists she belongs in her current building, which also hosts psychologists and marriage counselors. She says she's been forced to shut down her business because of Chesterfield's unfair regulations." Read more at Courthouse News Service and be sure not to miss the actual court documents.

Monday, November 23, 2009

Emailing of Readings Fixed: Finally had some time to tweak the code that lets you send readings you have done. Everything email should be working properly again. Enjoy.

Friday, February 13, 2009

Text the word TAROT to 41411
SMS Tarot: Happy to see that this tarot text tool is still going strong. Get an instant reading from your phone any time and any where by simply texting the word "tarot" to 41411.

A sample response is shown in the illustration to the left. Hmmmmm ... use your phone for an instant insight with a one card reading from the Rider-Waite deck ... sounds like something you might want. And don't forget standard text messaging rates for your phone service apply ... but you've already bought a text messaging plan ... yes?

Friday, November 07, 2008

Prison Term for Tarot Readers: This is a case of the classic "curse" scam with expensive counseling sessions and the usual array of product sales to effect a "cure". You're familiar with this, yes? Well if not you should be. Read more ...

Saturday, September 27, 2008

Would you ask a psychic for stock tips?: "For the past several years, Browne has been big on gold as an investment. 'An image comes into my head after someone asks me a question,' Browne explained. She recalled advising a client who had lost a lot of money but was able to earn it back by following her advice. 'All I could see when I looked at him was gold bars, gold jewelry,' she said." From the Times Argus out of Vermont. Read more ...

Saturday, September 13, 2008

Psychic School with the Psychic Sisters: This sounds fun and maybe even informative though I'm not sure I can afford it. The next Psychic School with the Psychic Sisters is apparently at Littlecote House, Hungerford, Berkshire, over the weekend of November 14-16. Book through Warner Leisure Hotels (0800 1 388399, www.warnerleisurehotels.co.uk) ; £364 per person, dinner, b&b . Read more here ... and here ...

Saturday, April 12, 2008

Boston Globe's Sudden Tarot Interest: So what's up with these two recent articles in the Boston Globe? First there is the otherworldly "Vision Quest" by Carmen Nobel where the insights of five Boston area psychics (MaryLee Trettenero, Alex Palermo, Raymond, Mary D'Alba, and Gayle Kirk) are evaluated. Then there are the experiences of author Jodi Picoult with tarot consultant Anya Weber written by Catherine Elcik.

Read "Vision Quest" and read what Picoult learns.

Saturday, February 23, 2008

Take This Seriously ... or not. Pomona College, in Claremont, California 35 miles east of Los Angeles, claims to be widely regarded as one of the premier liberal arts colleges in America. The college has about 1500 students and at least a few of them have discoverd tarot.
When I started doing tarot for my friends, I would put on an ironic "tarot card voice": monotone, soothing, and serene. Occasionally I would dim the lights and assure my friend that I was doing this "just for fun." Many of my friends were originally quite skeptical as well. But then something else happened.
Yikes ... read more now ...

Thursday, February 21, 2008

‘Magick’ Serves as a Spiritual Alternative to Traditional Magic: The Appalachian Online reports that "magic commonly portrayed on television is for entertainment and based on illusion" but "magick may involve the use of rituals, taboos and/or fetishes". Tarot cards can be a path for exploration of these interests. Learn more ...