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A Taste of Tarot: Strength & Leo

Every zodiac sign is ruled by a Tarot card from the Major Arcana! The zodiac sign of Leo is ruled by the Strength card. Here we take a look at the symbolic connections between Leo and Strength... Read More »


The Major Arcana Tarot Cards

Most classic Tarot decks are comprised of 78 cards, divided into a Major Arcana (22 cards) and a Minor Arcana (56 cards). The Major Arcana cards, also called trump cards, are important because they represent significant life events on a large scale Read More »


A Taste of Tarot: The Chariot & Cancer

Every zodiac sign is ruled by a Tarot card from the Major Arcana! The zodiac sign of Cancer, the Cardinal sign of summer, is ruled by The Chariot card. Here we take a look at the symbolic connections between Cancer and The Chariot... Read More »


A Taste of Tarot: Temperance & Sagittarius

Every zodiac sign is ruled by a Tarot card from the Major Arcana! The zodiac sign of Sagittarius is ruled by the Temperance card. Here we take a look at the symbolic connections between adventure-seeking Sagittarius and Temperance... Read More »


Death, The Devil & The Tower: The Truth in these Tarot Cards

The images on some Tarot cards can be scary, especially when they come up in your reading. It's mostly symbolism, though -- those skeletons, devils and natural disasters should not be taken literally. Read More »


Symbolism of the Chariot Tarot Card

The Chariot Tarot card is a symbol of direction, focus, and, ultimately, victory. This card encourages you to hone in your attention and muster up the confidence and energy you need to meet your goals! Read More »


Criteria for Esoteric Tarot

The term "esoteric Tarot" defines our approach to the unfolding history of Tarot. Throughout this program, it is the key concept and watchword. So the reader can follow the discussion, I have listed the following characteristics that must be met to qualify a deck as an esoteric Tarot:  Read More »


History of Tarot

This work began in 1970 when I purchased a used deck of the 20th Century Tarot in a book shop in Salem, Oregon. I was a freshman in college. With parents who were both therapists, I instantly recognized that Tarot was a tool with Read More »


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