Daily Tarot

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In the course of centuries, the playing cards of the Tarot have developed to being an important instrument to give answers, through cards, to questions we all go about with.

The Tarot deck contains 78 cards. The 22 cards of The Major Arcana form the heart of the Tarot. They represent the major themes of life.

The remaining 56 cards form The Minor Arcana. These cards represent everyday matters. Here you can get various online Tarot readings, for free!

What is Tarot?

According to the official description Tarot is a card game that is used for card readings and for fortune telling. This is true, but is doesn't quite nail it.

Tarot card readings are best seen as a way to gain insight into various aspects of everyday life using symbolic cards. You may use Tarot cards if you want to gain insight into issues concerning love, work, the mind or your own personal development. Further reading >>>

The Minor Arcana

The Tarot deck consists of two distinct parts: the Major Arcana (22 cards) and the Minor Arcana (56 cards). Arcana is a Latin word, which literally means 'secret'. Tarot cards thus hide greater and smaller secrets. The 22 cards of the Major Arcana are archetypal trump cards, which symbolise major events and experiences.

The Minor Arcana stands for everyday life and symbolises relatively mundane events. The Minor Arcana is divided into 16 court cards (King, Queen, Knight and Page) and 40 numbered suit cards: from ace to ten. Further reading >>>

Free Single Card Reading
What wisdom is on offer today? What will the Tarot tell you? Relax and take a question in mind. Now draw a Tarot card! It only takes one mouse click on the Tarot deck of your choice.
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Erotic Card Reading

Will you find a new lover? Does your partner still think you are sexy? Try our new 'Erotic Tarot' to get answers on explicit questions regarding love and sex...

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The origins of Tarot

Much is being said on the origins of Tarot. Some say Tarot has its origin in India and was brought to Western Europe by gypsies. Others say that the Templar's took the cards with them from the Holy Land. Another story is that a secret brotherhood form North Africa has invented the Tarot. Here you can read more about it. Further reading >>>

The Major Arcana

The Major Arcana is a suit of twenty-two cards in the Tarot deck. Most people see the Major Arcana as symbolic for the various stages in human life on earth: from the moment of birth to the moment of death.

Where the Minor Arcana symbolises everyday matters, the 22 cards of the Major Arcana represent the more significant changes in life. Further reading >>>

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