Jolie Kerr might be well meaning, but the fact she’s telling people they shouldn’t use or even try to learn Tarot without paying for a reading first raises some red flags to me, most of the card readers I know of consider readings and instructional courses to be different. Not like you can’t use readings as part of education, but you know what I mean.

I also don’t care for how she insists Tarot doesn’t have anything to do with Fortune Telling, but a few too many other Tarot readers out there state the same isn’t reason for suspicion. However the way she talked about the history of the Tarot even while mostly accurate was a bit too oversimplified.

Way too many Tarot articles out there are written by people trying to over-complicate simple answers that will probably lead to at least some truth anyway, but we can’t have blunt answers to basic questions because a few too many Tarot bloggers think that Fortune Telling Is Bad.