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Good Tarot Tools Learn About The Lessor Arcana
The Greater Arcana The Tarot And Secret Tradition
The Tarot In History The Veil And Its Symbol
Conclusion As To The Greater Keys Distinction Between Greater and Minor Arcana
How To Read Tarot In Less Than A Day Strength
Tarot Greater Arcana Death Tarot Greater Arcana Justice
Temperance The Chariot
The Death Tarot Card The Devil
The Emperor The Empress
The Fool Tarot Card The Hanged Man
The Hermit The Hierophant
The High Priestress The Justice Tarot Card
The Last Judgement The Lovers
The Magician The Wheel of Fortune

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» Tarot Reading: The Secrets of the Minor Arcana
By TarotReadingSecrets Admin | Published 01/14/2007 | Tarot Reading |  | printer version

Minor ArcanaMinor arcanum does not mean minor importance to your personal tarot reading.

The tarot deck of cards includes fifty six cards comprising the minor arcana.  These cards are separated into four suits much like a deck of playing cards.  The suits used in the tarot deck are swords, cups, wands and pentacles. 

The meanings of the minor arcana are not necessarily easy to decipher.  Each card that is selected when you have your tarot reading done has a significant meaning to the entire reading.   Using the meaning of each suit and each card number as well as the position in which the card appears in the reading means that the same card can mean something quite different from one reading to another.


» Tarot Reading: The Secrets of the Major Arcana
By TarotReadingSecrets Admin | Published 01/10/2007 | Tarot Reading |  | printer version

TarotSecret symbolism in the Major Arcana cards is best deciphered by those possessing a spiritual understanding


The deck of tarot cards is made up of seventy eight cards.  Each card is unique in what it represents generally and what it represents when it appears in combination with other cards.  Of the seventy eight cards in the deck, twenty two of the cards make up what is called the “major arcana”.  An Arcanum is a special knowledge and understanding in an area of mystery.  The major arcanum in tarot cards refers to the cards that have special significance to the reading because they help the reader identify strong issues, people or feelings within the individual circumstances of each person who seeks an answer through a tarot reading.


The major arcana cards depict The Fool, The Magician, The High Priestess, The Empress, The Emperor, The Hierophant, The Lovers, The Chariot, Strength, The Hermit, The Wheel of Fortune, Justice, The Hanged Man, Death, Temperance, The Devil, The Tower, The Star, The Moon, The Sun, Judgement and The World.


» The Common Differences Between Tarot Decks
By TarotReadingSecrets Admin | Published 01/8/2007 | Tarot Reading |  | printer version

TarotMaybe no divination practice is more widely done then tarot cards. Almost every culture around the world from China to Russia to Europe to the United States has their own version of tarot. This has led to several inconsistencies over the years between decks. Some of the differences are small, others are quite big. Let’s take a look at seven common differences between decks as they vary from culture to culture
 

·        Changes in suits – For most basic tarot decks, there is a major arcana and a minor arcana. The minor arcana is made up of four different suits. In most decks, those four suits are wands, cups, swords and coins. But in some decks, the suits vary. Wands have been replaced with shorter, thicker batons, and in some decks, coins have been replaced altogether with pentacles. With different suits come different interpretations. Most readers use multiple decks depending on their mood that day and will interpret pentacles differently then they would coins, even though the suits are replaced for each other. It is unknown if the overall impact of having pentacles over coins or batons over wands chances the spirit of the deck, but some readers are very loyal to one or the other.


» 7 Important Tarot Cards in the Major Arcana
By TarotReadingSecrets Admin | Published 12/13/2006 | Tarot Reading |  | printer version

TarotThe world of Tarot is a wondrous and fascinating place filled with mystical power and interesting legend. How the various tarot decks evolved from their original form to that of the common deck of playing cards is one of history’s best stories, but let’s take a look at some of the most well known cards that make up the old-fashioned tarot deck.


Remember, however, that many different tarot decks contain different cards from one another. Especially in the case of the minor arcana, the “suits” can change from deck to deck. There isn’t any consensus “right” deck, they all have their own powers to help a trained reader divine the future.


» Finding the 7 Best Tarot Sites Online
By TarotReadingSecrets Admin | Published 11/25/2006 | Tarot Reading |  | printer version

Tarot ReadingFinding the perfect tarot card reader can be a lifelong process for some people. Finding someone you trust, someone who you feel knows you and understands you and someone who you can afford is a chore. But with the advent of the Internet and the rise of many different tarot card sites, this process can be somewhat easier since you don’t have to go hunting around, or even get dressed for that matter. People can now search for that perfect tarot reading from the comfort of their own computer chair. But which sites are the best and which ones can you trust with your most private questions?

 

  • http://www.free-tarot-reading.net Lotus Tarot is a great site for many different reasons. The initial layout is very pleasing with a lavender purple background and attractive script used on the site. A very good sign is the fact that they offer a free reading once you register (just email address, first name, login name and password). This way, you can get a good handle on how intuitive this reader is with your energy and if you want to become a regular on the site and spend your hard earned cash here.



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