When Tarot was Creepy Correct


It is no news that Tarot readings are correct. A prediction is made and comes true, or a reading correctly describes a past or present situation. If it was not I would be out of a job! What really creeps me out with tarot is when the images of the cards match up with reality and events that occur.

The most recent example revolves around the Kim Davis trial. The county clerk of Rowan County in Kentucky that refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. Apparently, she felt her religion trumps the Supreme Court’s decision in June regarding marriage equality.

On September 3rd, we were to find out what the judge was going to do to her for refusing court orders to issue licenses. I did a two card reading and posted to instagram asking what her fate would be.

Such great cards, Ace of Wands and 4 of Wands. My mind automatically went to “celebrate” and favor in Kim’s corner. I was shocked! No! She better go to jail,I thought. I knew she would go to jail, it would be very dangerous if she did win, the consequences would be great if she did. They had to put her in jail, I knew without Tarot she would go. Looking at these cards, I then saw “marriage” in the 4 of wands and the Ace of Wands with a “thumbs up”, so I posted with the photo that “There will be marriages”.  This did happen, deputy clerks were issuing licenses to same sex couples while Davis was in jail.

Fast forward a week and I hear that Davis is released from jail with the condition that she not interfere with her deputy clerks issuing licenses. An agreement she says she will not agree to, we will see when she returns to work on Monday.

Davis appeared to a large crowd to thank them. Mike Huckabee and lawyer by her side, I see this image. My god my jaw dropped. This looks just like the image of the 4 of Wands. Hands raised in the air in celebration.  Want extra creepy? The colors she is wearing is close to the blue and white in the card!










CREEPY and that is why I love Tarot!! Also a reminder, follow your first reaction to the cards. Though both interpretations were correct, the first was spot on.




The recipient of Tarosophist of the Year 2011, Angelo Nasios is a rising voice in the tarot community. Angelo is known for his popular YouTube channel in which he produces educational tarot videos. Tarot: Unlocking the Arcana, Angelo’s first book will be released by Schiffer Publishing.

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  • Seraphina

    I’m surprised no-one has commented yet. You’re right, that is totally creepy! Whoa.

    The similarity is striking; not just in the colors she’s wearing, and the layering of her clothes, but the whole posture/body shape she has as well. It’s almost an exact match! Weird!

    Gotta love tarot, gotta love synchronicity. It’s a strange universe we live in…

    …Oh, and on the topic of synchronicity, I literally *just* had another on this site before reading this article. One of your blog posts includes a picture of a very rare piece of artwork painted by… one of my closest friends! Even more, I wrote the foreword to a book he published it in! The odds of that are staggeringly low, as he is not yet well known at all.

    The painting is used as the main image in your most recent post, so it was sat right at the top of your blog feed, so I couldn’t miss it. It’s in the article on ‘the one question the tarot cannot answer’.

    Maybe the tarot is again reaffirming its authenticity with this strange little twist!

    The plot thickens…

    (I found your videos a few weeks ago on YouTube, by the way, and enjoyed them a lot. On most/all of your readings, I would have interpreted the cards in a very similar way, which was encouraging :) )

    Thanks for your site and interesting blog posts. No doubt I’ll be visiting again soon.

    Keep up the good work.

    • angelonasios

      Thank you for your comments Seraphina! Keep reading and watching

  • Seraphina

    One more thing – I just noticed that the previous blog post to this one is titled “It’s not all a scam, sir”! (Which I recommend people check out).

    I don’t know what to say.

    I just wrote:

    “Maybe the tarot is again reaffirming its authenticity with this strange little twist!”


    There you have it, folks.

    That’s one pretty clear message.