A divination or reading tool for Psychics & Mediums to use to help to tap into past events and future outcomes. The Tarot was originally based on playing cards with four suits and similar cards for kings and queens etc. At first sight the Tarot seems like a difficult thing to learn with 72 card meanings.
But if you think along the lines of cards one to ten, ones are for things starting and tens are for things finishing (obviously with other meanings in between) you then simply apply the ten meanings to each suit. The most common spread for Tarot is the Celtic Cross but there are many different spreads, for example relationship spreads, past life and employment spreads.
For anyone wishing to learn Tarot an ideal set of cards would be th[easyazon_link identifier=”1572812443″ locale=”UK” tag=”livepsycread-21″]e Easy Tarot Deck[/easyazon_link], these cards have the actually meanings printed on the cards, making it very easy to learn as you read for you friends or relatives
Great video from Kate who owns the The Daily Tarot Girl Blog
Tarot guides & articles
In my daily work using the [easyazon_link identifier="0712670572" locale="UK" tag="livepsycread-21"]Tarot Cards[/easyazon_link] as part of my divination tool kit I often hear the same old misconceptions and superstitions regarding the Tarot. These range...
The first card in the Major Arcana that we see is the Fool and the number that represents him is zero. From zero we have unlimited possibilities, it is therefore apparent right away that this card gives us hope for a new direction or new road opening up...