Tarot Card Meanings

There are a lot of tarot cards, and memorizing the meaning of each is not the easiest way to learn tarot reading. Instead of memorizing each picture, you should instead understand the two divisions of the tarot deck: the major arcana and minor arcana. This should get you on your way to reading tarot cards more effectively. The 22 major arcana cards represent things that are out of your control. These cards include the fool, magician, high priestess, empress, emperor, hierophant, lovers, chariot, strength, hermit, wheel, justice, hanged man, death, temperance, devil, tower, star, moon, sun, judgment, and world. If you are serious about tarot reading, be ready to face endless interpretation levels in the major arcana. Major arcana cards …

Tarot Reading – The Major Arcana

It is the Major Arcana of the Tarot Deck that represents some aspect of the human experience we go through in our lives. When we think of tarot cards we know there is what is called the Major Arcana. It is the Major Arcana that is considered the heart of the tarot deck. They are also known as the Trump Cards. There are 22 Cards that make up this part of the tarot deck. The Major Arcana are not associated with suits or court cards like the rest of the Tarot Deck. The Arcana represent life and its cycles from birth do death. It symbolizes the physical, spiritual, intellectual and emotional aspects of man and his relationship to the universe. …

The Art of Reading Tarot Cards

It is commonly believed that tarot cards first appeared between 1430 and 1450 in Milan, Ferrera and Bologna. In 1440 the Duke of Milan wrote a letter that requested the receiver to bring special ‘triumph’ cards which are believed to be different from the normal playing cards. Though it has been around since the 15th century, it was only after the late 18th century that Tarot reading expanded to divination and guided meditation. The history of Tarot is still unknown and every deck has its own meaning attached to it, however usually most of them follow a story of human life depicting the ups and down and the choices we make, the Origin of tarot has the influence of several …