I know they’re bullshit, but I can’t help but be fascinated by them. I mentioned before that I have a way of asking questions when flipping a coin. A simple yes/no test to answer my question. I know that it’s a coin and flipping it doesn’t actually answer anything, but I do it anyways. Tarot is a long winded form of this. You pick cards that apparently have some deeper meaning that you picked it and then you think “real hard” about something when you pick one, and apparently that means something. I do that tarot readings from a free website I found which makes it even more bullshit. It’s an algorithm designed to give you vague copy paste answers when you get a specific combination of cards that are “randomly” generated. Yet for some reason I can’t help but be fascinated by the whole thing. I know that the answers are vague enough that it can be applied to what anyone is going through at anytime, but specific enough that it makes you feel like there is really something to it. There is a yes/no test on the site I found and I’ve asked it a bunch of questions. “Will I ever hear from her again, will I ever become a competent engineer, do I deserve to die because I’m useless, etc.” Ever time I get the answer and the explanation, it’s always oddly related to what I asked. I know that’s how the copy paste descriptions are suppose to work, but it’s still odd. I once asked “Is tarot reading bullshit.” and it answered yes. I guess that’s what you would expect.