posted on Jul, 14 2017 @ 05:05 PM
It's pretty difficult because Tarot card readings rely a lot on individual interpretation of purposely ambiguous symbols.
I suppose one way to do it is to do a kind of double-blind test, where you do a blind reading using the cards and have no contact at all with the
person you're doing the reading for, and then you do another reading where don't use the cards and just "predict" random stuff happening. Then after
time has passed, you compare the two and see which one was the most accurate.
Again, however, because the interpretation is subjective, you're going to run into problems with confirmation bias and stuff like that.
From my experience, Tarot is a kind of counseling session where the cards are used to introduce new ideas or a new way of looking at a problem.
Because it's interactive, there's a lot of give-and-take between the reader and the subject which is then interpreted and actualized by the person in
some way, hopefully for the better.
If it wasn't, then multiple, independent Tarot card readers would all give the same reading to the same person about the same problems.