Experienced Astrologers, Palmist, Tarot Readers & Name Experts
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Aachariye Pradeep K Vaid
Expert: Tarot, Numerology
Consult Experienced Astrologers & Palmist
Aacharya Pradeep K Vaid
There are innumerous astrologers in the country but not many have a family where the art has been practiced over 3 generations, passing on the knowledge and the blessing from one generation to another. Acharya Pradip Vaid is the 3rd generation in his family of Astrologers and Palmist. He is naturally blessed with siddhis that help him read horoscopes correctly. He has been practicing the art for over 40 years now
Alankar Acharya from Bhartiya Vidya Bhawan in 2010
Palmistry from Prof Pradyumn Narain Singh in 1980
M. Com Allahabad University,
M. B. A. Lucknow University,
PGDM in Corporate Laws and Company Secretary from Indian Law Institute
Currently pursuing Vaidik studies from Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan.
He learned Basic Astrology and Lakshan Jyotish from his mother, palmistry for two years from one of the greatest palmists at Prayag. Basic Ramal techniques from a Muslim nazumi and pakshi shakun from a priest. Currently in the 4th year of research in Astrology from the same institute.
Astrology: 45+ Years
Palmistry: 40 Years
Consultation & Fee
Fee Rs. 2100 for a 50mins call on Zoom App
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Consult Experienced Tarot Reader & Name Change Expert
Nirrvana by Rreenaa Agrawal
She is a Tarot and Name Change, expert. Her journey started 11 years back and since then has read cards for over a thousand people. Her success with people took her to IBC 24 TV news channel, where she had a full 30mins show about Tarot to herself. She combines various techniques while in a session of Tarot reading and Numerology, to achieve accuracy. Her long list of clients include celebrities, IPS officers, politicians and others.
Tarot cards, Angel Cards, Osho Cards, Numerology, Crystal Healing, Reiki, Hypnotherapy
B.Com from Maharani College, Jaipur
History of Tarot
Tarot decks were invented in Italy in the 1430s by adding to the existing four-suited pack a fifth suit of 21 specially illustrated cards called trionfi (“triumphs”) and an odd card called il matto (“the fool”).
The standard modern tarot deck is based on the Venetian or the Piedmontese tarot. It consists of 78 cards divided into two groups: the major arcana, which has 22 cards, also known as trumps, and the minor arcana, which has 56 cards.
The cards of the major arcana have pictures representing various forces, characters, virtues, and vices. The 22 cards are numbered I through XXI, with the fool being unnumbered. The 56 cards of the minor arcana are divided into four suits of 14 cards each. The suits, which are comparable to those of modern playing cards, are as follows: wands, batons, or rods (clubs); cups (hearts); swords (spades); and coins, pentacles, or disks (diamonds). Each suite has 4 court cards—king, queen, knight, and jack—and 10 numbered cards
History of Numerology
Pythagoras and other philosophers of the time believed that because mathematical concepts were more "practical" (easier to regulate and classify) than physical ones, they had greater actuality. St. Augustine of Hippo (A.D. 354–430), wrote: "Numbers are the Universal language offered by the deity to humans as confirmation of the truth. Similar to Pythagoras, he too believed that everything had numerical relationships and it was up to the mind to seek and investigate the secrets of these relationships or have them revealed by divine grace. Numerology and the Church Fathers for early Christian beliefs on the subject
Consultation & Fee
Fee Rs. 1500 for a 50mins call on Zoom App
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