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What is Tarot?

Tarot is a time-honored tradition of interpreting a pattern of cards randomly drawn from the deck's78 traditional images to gain insight and achieve greater control over issues involving relationships, opportunities, and life changes. Tarot is over 500 years old, with roots that go back to Pagan antiquity, making it a Western repository of ancient wisdom. Interestingly, modern playing cards are a subset Tarot's 78 cards.

The history of Tarot symbols is a study in the Western Mystery Tradition. Legend would have it that Tarot came out of China, India or Egypt. However, modern tarot scholars date Tarot back to 14th Century Italy and France. The Tarot cards have much to tell you. The Tarot pack is set of cards which may be used either for divination, or as a philosophical machine for answering almost any kind of question put to it through a medium or someone familiar with its powerful symbolism.

The images on the Tarot, and the interest in predicting events through symbols, dates back to ancient Egypt and even older civilizations, right across the world. Tarot may have travelled to Europe from the Middle East at the time of the Crusades, in the 12th century. The earliest surviving Tarot deck, however, comes from 14th century Italy, where an Italian nobleman had a deck hand-painted as a present for his daughters' marriage.

The Tarot was originally a deck of 78 cards, divided into 4 suits of 14 cards (the standard ace-10, then page, knight, queen, and king) and 22 un-numbered 'triumphs' or 'trumps'. Over the years, the trumps got numbered 1 to 21, with one card (the fool) remaining un-numbered or sometimes being 0. The 4 suits are commonly called the 'Minor Arcana' and the trump cards are called the 'Major Arcana'. More loosely, any deck of cards designed for 'fortune-telling', divination, meditation, contemplation, or other non-game uses is popularly called a Tarot deck. The most commonly found suits for Tarot decks are cups, swords, wands or staffs (probably originally polo-sticks), and pentacles (originally coins).
How Tarot Works ?
A tarot deck consists of 78 illustrated cards that you lay out in a pattern, or, 'spread.' Each card is symbolic of an energy or spiritual truth, its relevance colored by its position in the spread. While focusing on the topic at hand, the questioner selects the cards, either manually or electronically. The cards selected reflect aspects of the situation in a way that invariably stimulates insight and creativity.

Using the power of Synchronicity, Tarot taps both the subconscious and the superconscious Mind, the center of our psychic abilities. Anyone can gain insight from the intuitive stimulation of Tarot, even a total novice. But a gifted reader of Tarot is far more than someone exercising innate psychic abilities.

An appreciation of the history and psycho-spiritual nature of the Tarot archetypes demands a classical understanding. By bringing you this element, Tarot Magic lets you give yourself in-depth and accurate readings right off the bat and will lead to stronger intuitive abilities over time The Tarot cards have much to tell you.

The Tarot pack is set of cards which may be used either for divination, or as a philosophical machine for answering almost any kind of question put to it through a medium or someone familiar with its powerful symbolism. The images on the Tarot, and the interest in predicting events through symbols, dates back to ancient Egypt and even older civilizations, right across the world.

Tarot cards show the major themes of life, and what we can learn about ourselves. Each card is called Arcanum, which means 'mystery'. The pack consists of two quite different, though not totally unrelated, groups of cards, totalling 78 in number.

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