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Tarot Cards

The Villages Psychic

Friday, July 03, 2015

Tarot Card Meanings


Today's Tarot deck has fixed upon the 78 card standard that was popular in Northern Italy during the 16th century. The cards of the Major Arcana usually represent significant issues in the life of the Querent. They are key principles core to human life, such as life and death, ethical dilemmas, spirituality, and interaction with other people. One can view the Major Arcana as spiritual chart that the Querent can use to plot their course as they make their journey through life and beyond. The Minor Arcana often deal with the mundane and superficial, and how the Querent reacts to them. However, when doing a reading the distinctions between Minor and Major often blur, as the cards interact with each other and paint a seamless picture of the Querent's life and influences.

The following Tarot card meanings are the interpretations I have been using for decades, evolving from years of experience and study. There are no "correct" or "right" interpretations of the cards, but these foundations should guide you towards the answers you seek.

Major Arcana Card Meanings

The 22 cards of the Major Arcana are often considered the most important cards of the deck, revealing the foundations and pillars of the Querent's life. The consist of archetypes, universally recognized and highly symbolic figures that cross a broad spectrum of mythology and religions.

Minor Arcana Tarot Meanings

The 56 Minor Arcana are the ancestors of contemporary playing cards, and are similarly divided into four suits. Wands correspond to clubs, cups correspond to hearts, swords correspond to spades, and coins correspond to diamonds. Within each suit there are ten pip cards (Ace through 10), and four court cards (Page, Knight, Queen, and King).