Was it a hard transition from tarot and one belief system to Christianity?
I don't it's a very difficult change. I'm not really a Christian right now but I believe in the Christian God and I used to be a wiccan/pagan and read tarot cards and stuff. Albeit the change of mind came about from very strange circumstances. (See my hub http://hubpages.com/hub/My-Religion-is-Schitzophrenic for more on that.) I think you might find it interesting.
Mighty Mom...I apologize for only answering now...I just now came across the page with the questions...hehe..
No..to me it was not a hard transition...what was and still is hard is to fit in with some of the Christians...especially those in the comfort zone who never dealt with Satan, tarot, demonic attacks and so forth...I burned all my tarot cards, books and stuff...hehe...I remember that day...the flames of the fire was not yellow or orange or red, but blue...strange hey?...
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