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Learn how Tarot cards and their meanings influence your life here and now

Online Tarot Readings

So you want to do an online Tarot reading, but you need a little help getting started? There are so many great options it's hard to know where to begin, and we know you have a lot of questions. Read More »

Everyday Tarot

Tarot is an ancient art of divination that first took the form of Tarot cards in 14th Century Europe. Traditional Tarot decks consist of 78 cards depicting symbolic archetypes that represent people and situations common to all of humankind. Read More »

A Tarot Take on the Full Moon in Pisces and Venus in Libra

Did you know that each Major Arcana Tarot card has an astrological correlation? For some, it's a planet, and for others it's an astrological sign. Every week, we'll be taking a look at the major events happening in our changing sky, and sharing advice on making the most of them from the Tarot. Read More »

Body and Soul: Changing Our Genetic Patterns

As an exercise in willpower and discipline, I have been on a fundamental dietary change over the last four months. It involves literally re-programming one’s genes (and jeans!). It has finally become a habit, and it is a fascinating process as it involves a change that doesn’t Read More »

What Is Tarot

Whether you're a Tarot beginner, an expert looking to to brush up on Tarot basics or have a question about a Tarot reading from Tarot.com, you'll find your answers here. Read More »

Iconology of the Hermit Cards

IntroductionCard number 11, the Hermit, has five survivors from the 15th/16th century (Figure 1). All of the images show an old bearded man. Read More »

Iconology of the Hanged Man Cards

IntroductionFive of the extant 15th and 16th century Hangedman cards (#12) are shown in Figure 1. There is an additional fragment (Kaplan Volume 2, p. 286) that shows only the lower right hand corner of a card and does not add much. Read More »

Iconology of the Devil Cards

Introduction The reader may be surprised to find the Devil numbered 14. But this is the number that has probably the best argument for being the original. The various orderings of the 15/16th century cards are discussed in some detail by Dummett (1980). Read More »

Iconology of the Tower Cards

The early Tarot imagesThere are five surviving images of the Tower from the 15/16th centuries (Fig. 1). Four of the towers are square with doorways and four show rocks, hail, or masonry falling. Read More »

Iconology of the Heavens

Introduction Before we examine individually the iconology of the 16Star, 17Moon and 18Sun cards, it will be helpful to consider how the card-player would have viewed the Heavenly Spheres. Read More »

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