Greed, deception and blind adoration are more evil than Tarot

Tarot reading by itself is not EVIL especially if you are not conjuring Satan, any inferior demon or at the very least a dead person.

Tarot does not imply that God is not reliable or God is inferior. The art of Tarot reading does not prescribe any religion or belief system; it does not ask any offering, it only guides not coerce.

There is no evil in Tarot reading.

For me there are only three great evils in this physical world.

First is GREED—the feeling of wanting to have it all that results to corruption which is flagrant in any part of the world. It lures even in the most religious and most respected institutions. Clearly, this is more evil than playing Tarot.

Second is deliberately acting as a FALSE PROPHET. In the Holy Bible they are compared to ravenous wolves. They hide their true nature and intention under the cloak of “doing good”. Their inner personal motives direct their actions. They propagate false ideations, they play with words to hypnotize while their canines are hungry, ready to suck out the blood of the innocent. This is more evil than playing Tarot.

Lastly, BLIND ADORATION OF THE EVIL, assisting any evil to commit murder or any illegal act that contributes to the completion of its mission. It also means being too silent amidst all the evil happening around him.

“Tarot cards are not evil.  Forget everything you have heard about this unsubstantiated rubbish! At the end of the day, a Tarot card is just a card. A skilled Tarot reader will use the cards to assist them in a reading; to enlighten the recipient and provide them with guidance for the future in a myriad of ways. It is not possible to use these cards for evil purposes unless the reader has bad intentions and deliberately misguides the receiver of the reading.” –

My only intention when I started to study and read Tarot is to help people to believe that there is still goodness in this world, and hope can be achieved by doing good, no more, no less. I hope that people will remain sensitive and respectful to other person’s belief.

For me, religion should be based on actions and not on words.



Mutya debunks government’s illogical anti-porn measures. 


The Philippine government’s move to ban porn sites in the country quoting Republic Act 9775 or the “Anti-Child Pornography Law” is illogical because not all porn sites contain child pornography.

The government’s overgeneralization and faulty understanding stem from the report that Filipinos spend the most time in watching pornographic materials in the internet.

I believe that the government has no business in banning pornographic materials from the internet, especially if such materials fall under  adult-content classification which requires stronger conditions to access.

Banning porn sites for the purpose of preventing exhibition of contents perpetuating child pornography is the weakest possible measure a government could introduce.

Instead, the government should have explored more realistic measures and controls like establishing a more sensitive search and filter engines that could prohibit minors from accessing porn sites, stronger and active surveillance schemes to report any child pornographic contents and most importantly, tougher penalties for violations committed under the Child Pornography Law.

While it is convenient to say that banning porn sites in the Philippines is the cure to end child pornography, yet this measure will end up in Pasig river because the proposed intervention is undemocratic, weak, illogical, and unpractical.

This measure only sugarcoat the government’s failure to curb the increasing rates of child prostitution in the Philippines.