Reading Types

Tarot

Rather than being set out in a traditional spread, these readings are intuitive. That means Rev Su lays out all the cards the questioner has handled, and feels each one for a physical sensation that says, "Pick me!"

There are no reversed meanings in Rev Su's intuitive tarot readings. She uses the Windsong Tarot deck that she designed.

This divination method can be requested for either recorded video response or live video readings.

Futhark Runes

The Futhark runes are Old Norse letters that also have esoteric meanings. The questioner sends their energy into the rune bag, then Rev Su draws as many as feels right to the questioner.

Each rune has a general meaning and its opposite. Runes tend to be straight-forward... almost blunt!

This divination method can be requested for either recorded video response or live video readings.

I Ching Coins

This is a traditional Chinese form of lot casting divination using three two-sided coins.

Rev Su uses paint to draw the resulting hexagram, along with its name and meaning. She then interprets it as it relates to your question.

Because of its brevity, this divination method is only appropriate for Recorded Video Responses.

Lot Casting

Cleromancy is divination from a grouping of objects. It was used by the early Jewish Levite priests.

After directing your energy into the lots, Rev Su casts them onto the table and interprets the resulting tableau based on the interactions of the lots and the piece representing the questioner.

The questioner makes a choice based on the situation, and the lots are cast again. This process is repeated twice.

Due to its interactive nature, this divination method can only be chosen for Live Video Readings.

Pendulum

After the questioner answers some calibration questions to determine the pendulum's answers for that session, Rev Su acts as a conduit for the answers to up to seven yes-no-maybe questions per session.

Due to its interactive nature, this divination method can only be chosen for Live Video Readings.