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About the Tarot card meanings

The cards give you images and symbols to focus your vague intentions and transform them into action. Your will is the magic. In other words, you are the magic. If you can create something in your heart and then act on it to make it happen, that is magic. Very simple, very straightforward—no witches, no spells, and no broomsticks.

Let these Tarot card meanings be your guide, not your gospel. There are no ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ meanings of the Tarot cards. Sure, there are traditional interpretations of what the Tarot cards mean, but I encourage you to trust your intuition and go with the meanings that feel right for you.

Tarot is all about your intuition. It’s the inner voice of your higher self, and Tarot cards can help you hear your inner voice and embrace it`s message. Having these Tarot card meanings and interpretations at your fingertips

The deck of cards known as the tarot is divided into two parts: the Major Arcana and the Minor Arcana. The Major Arcana consists of 22 cards, each separately titled. The Minor Arcana is a combination of four suits; each suit is comprised of cards numbered from one to ten, plus court cards of Page, Knight, Queen and King. The four suits of the Minor Arcana are most commonly known as Cups, Pentacles, Wands and Swords. Each suit of the Minor Arcana has a meaning. Traditionally the swords indicate ill fortune or difficulties, the pentacles indicate financial and material success, the cups indicate good fortune and love and the wands indicate enterprise and knowledge

Click any Tarot Card below to learn its meaning using the Rider Waite deck!

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