(n.) A secret; a mystery; -- generally used in the plural.
(n.) A secret remedy; an elixir.
(n.) A game of cards; -- called also taroc.
(1) For many people, belief in the paranormal derives from personal experience of face-to-face interviews with astrologers, palm readers, aura and Tarot readers, and spirit mediums.
(2) Once she started writing bestsellers about tarot cards and blood sacrifices, any potential for conflict went away.
(3) "Parliament is full of rascals and the future is grim," said Emiliano, a tarot card reader on Rome's Via del Corso.
(4) The son of a dentist and a chiropractor, Hall became a famous spiritualist and lecturer, and filled his book with ideas about tarot readings , alchemy and Shakespeare trutherism .
(5) I remember just crying on my bed.” Two years later, during a World Cup qualifier against Switzerland in 2011, Williams “scored in the 50th minute and my mum’s into all these tarot readings – all that crazy weird stuff.
(6) Ofcom ruled that both instances were in breach of its broadcasting code, which states that services such as astrology, horoscopes and tarot readings should be advertised as for entertainment purposes only.