• The Fool’s Journey Begins

    Can Tarot cards tell us about our destiny?… Why we hope they can so much?… Are we all “Fools”?… How did the Tarot appear in my life, or should I say reappeared? It all started when I saw an ad for this course, among the other courses I signed up for on Udemy recently: Tarot…

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  • Where To Start?

    I started with Udemy’s class but stopped in the middle and decided to read the book first: The Key to The Tarot by Arthur E.Waite. I wanted to read the history of this interesting method that people are using for centuries. After understanding the ideology and historical events, I tried to familiarize myself with the…

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  • What to Ask?

    Let me be clear about this: Tarot is about your inner voice mostly and it’s not a science. What ever you do remember this, you are choosing to believe all of these because you are wishing them to be true, that does not mean that they are definitely true. So ask your questions wisely, and…

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  • How To Spread?

    This is about divination, so there is never a standard methods to start before a Tarot Spread, but there are some canonical rituals that I observed. Here are some examples: for the protection of environment they say to knock the table 3 times, use a sage incense for spritual cleansing. Again these are just observations…

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  • What the Major Arcana represents?

    A classic Tarot deck is formed by two groups, Major Arcana (means: greater secrets), and Minor Arcana (means: lesser secrets). The Major Arcana, sometimes called “Trumps”, consists of 22 cards without the 4 Suits. Each and every one of the 22 cards of the Major Arcana has its own symbolical meaning. Some says this is…

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  • How to interpret the Lesser Arcana?

    Lesser Arcana also called Minor Arcana consists 56 cards divided into that four suits of 14 cards each with ten numbered cards and four Court Cards. The court cards are the King, Queen, Knight and Page (Jack), in each of the four tarot suits. The four suits are Wands (Rods, Staffs, Staves), Cups (Goblets, Vessels),…

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