Reading Tarot Cards

Article Highlight: What Does The World Card Mean in Tarot?

The World is the final card of the major arcana in the Rider-Waite-Smith tarot deck and other decks based on the Latin Tarot (sometimes called the Tarot de Marseilles). When it appears in a tarot spread, its… Keep reading »

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The art of tarot

Can reading tarot cards really predict your future? Maybe not in the traditional "crystal ball" sense, but the imagery used in the cards is based on ancient wisdom and designed to enhance your powers of concentration and contemplation.

Reading Tarot Cards: Yesterday and Today

The origins of tarot are a bit of a mystery, but it's generally believed the cards were in use as far back as Medieval times. Some even believe their basis is linked to scrolls from the Egyptian library at Alexandra.

Often vilified by the religious establishment, the tarot has gone in and out of favor through the centuries. In recent years, reading tarot cards has undergone a resurgence, and shows no signs of anything but growth. In fact, there are thousands of different decks; each interprets the standard Arcanas through a specific theme.

Unlocking the Mysteries of the Tarot

So, how can you learn to understand the mysteries found in the Tarot deck? Rather than tell you what you should do in a given situation, the cards simply unlock your inner consciousness and allow you to glean your best course of action in order to achieve your goals and desires. The cards reveal the path you've taken in the past, your present course and your possible future based on the choices you make.

So, if you're ready to take your destiny into your own hands, read on. Just remember, it's your own actions that chart your course through life, so choose wisely.

Reading Tarot Cards