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  • The Most Popular Tarot Cards

    The Most Popular Tarot Cards

    Tarot cards are among the most popular of card types in the world. Collected for their card value, as well as notorious for the "fortune telling powers" entailed in their usage, the popularity of tarot cards is evident. Basically, the interpretation of tarot card deck entails variations, in terms of their meanings and symbolism. Depending on the type of tarot card deck, as well as the type of spread, a tarot card deck interpretation could mean one thing over that of another. Tarot cards are basically a deck of cards populated by 21 trump cards. The types of tarot cards are quite popular, if not for the symbolism they represent in tarot card readings, but also for the art tarot cards are known to entail. Here are some of the more popular of tarot cards, with a brief description as to what they are, and what they represent in the world of tarot cards. The Fool The Fool is indeed one of the most popular of tarot cards. Mind you, the fool being talked about here doesn't talk about fool as in foolish, but rather talks about a jester, which in the Medieval Times, was commonly referred to as the fool. The Fool of tarot cards' typical depiction entails that of a young man walking towards a cliff, with his dog following him, his possessions in one hand, and a rose on another. The actions of the Fool tarot card symbolizes beginnings, talking about starting on a journey, or going...

  • Understanding the Four Suits of the Tarot Deck

    Understanding the Four Suits of the Tarot Deck

    The tarot deck of cards, usually 78 in number, is divided into two separate categories, the major and the minor arcana (arcana from the Latin meaning of closed or secret). There are 21 individual cards, referred to as trumps, and the fool card in the major arcana. The minor arcana have 56 cards consisting of 10 cards numbered from Ace to ten in four different suits. In a traditional tarot deck of cards, the suits include batons, wands, rods, or staves; cups, swords, and coins, disks, or pentacles. In addition, there are four court cards, or face cards, in a tarot deck, including the page or knave, queen, knight and king in each of the same four suits. The four suits to the tarot deck are the wands, cups, pentacles and Swords. Each Suit corresponds to a particular element: Fire, Water, Earth and Air. They also correspond to the different seasons of the year: Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter. Tarot Card Meanings of the SUIT OF WANDS in a Tarot Reading The Suit of Wands is the suit of action and direction. It is a creative suit and often reflects the imaginative and resourceful components to our natures. The element is fire. Fire is associated with passion, creativity, and spirituality. The suit of wands also is associated with the career. The wands indicate a time to look at your options, evaluate and then move forward with force. Wands, in general, tend to be warm and enthusiastic. They value tradition and...

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